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Hybrid Vehicle Systems Engineer II

We take our tagline "Ideas to Reality" very seriously. Joining ENSCO is an opportunity to transform technology into solutions to some of the world's most important challenges. Our highly educated workforce is diverse--in background, experience, skills, and interests. ENSCO offers a unique culture and positive work environment that empower its employees to achieve their maximum potential. ENSCO Avionics, Inc. has an exciting opportunity for a Hybrid Vehicle Systems Engineer skilled in developing Software Systems associated with Hybrid Bus and delivery vehicles. A significant portion of the task will be within the vehicle systems lab with script driven systems testing.  Key tasks include vehicle systems modeling in MATLAB, working with system component suppliers, and SIL level integration & testing.   Come explore what ENSCO has to offer and share with us the talents and skills you'll bring to our innovative, unique organization. Go Team ENSCO!   Qualifications Required (Skills)          U.S. Citizenship required     Bachelor's Degree or equivalent work experience; minimum 3 years' relevant experience     Experience with System level requirements generation     Experience with Software Requirements and System level software test plans     Experience with Python scripting     Experience with vehicle integration and test aspects through qualification Qualifications Desired          Experience with MATLAB     Understanding of Controller Area Network (CAN) J1939 SAE Standards     Experience with high power/high voltage embedded systems     Experience with Configuration Management (CM) Systems such as Razor from Visible Systems or IBM Rational Synergy     Experience with requirements control systems such as DOORS (Dynamic Object Oriented Requirements System)     Experience with Jenkins script control toolset     Familiar with On-Board Diagnostics (OBD) Regulations #LI-DM1  1402BR
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Minimum Qualification
Less than 5 years

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