Diagnostics Engineer - Senior is responsible for creating and maintaining the diagnostic requirements for Electronic Control Units (ECUs). These requirements are captured and defined in Diagnostic Definition Tables (DDTs) or CDD files for all ECUs. Diagnostics specialist shall develop, maintain and release the ECU DDT/CDD file containing all the relevant diagnostic data required by company specifications. Diagnostics specialist will concentrate on Powertrain ECUs.
Diagnostics Development for Electronic Control Units
DDT/CDD development/maintenance using NOVUS/CANdela
DDT/CDD development based on Data Dictionaries (DD), for specified Software phase and Model year.
Analysis of ECU Diagnostic Design, Diagnostic Verification Reports (DVR), DTC Criteria Matrix
Conducting Diagnostic kick-off, Diagnostic Design review, and DTC criteria matrix review meetings
Release of 1A, 2A DDT/CDDs
Interaction with Release Engineers and Suppliers performing Diagnostic implementation/validation
Extensive experience with UDS protocol.
Extensive experience with KWP protocol.
Knowledge of ECU reprogramming
BSEE or MSEE degree from an ABET accredited university
5+ years vehicle diagnostics development experience (UDS and KWP)
1+ years CANdela/Vector tool experience
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Excellent problem solving skills
Proficient use of MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc)