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Controls Engineer - Brake Actuator
As a Controls Engineer (Brake Actuator), You will be responsible for developing Hydraulic Brake Actuator Control Algorithms and will be reporting to the Team Lead of Brake Controls at MTCE.
*Propose/design new brake system functionality
*Support brake controls development and application of customer braking projects
*Ensure pressure control response and accuracy with minimum noise and system wear
*Optimize simulink models/software in the car or at simulations/HILs
*Establish a reliable relation with HQ Design/applications team
*Review RFQ material for pressure control function content
*Create a robust pressure control for new/existing ESC system meeting specification
*Complete company specification and documentation
*University degree in electrical, mechanical engineering or mathematics/physics
*Background in automotive controls engineering
*Understanding of vehicle dynamics/Powertrain/Braking systems
*Knowledge on SPICE and functional safety standards
*Experience in model based development and/or in C-code for embedded Controllers
*Vehicle testing experience
*Ability to travel to test tracks, head quarters and customers
*Passenger driving license
Matchtech acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary workers and is part of Gattaca Plc.
Gattaca Plc provides support services to Matchtech and may assist with processing your application.
You can not apply for this job as its status is Closed.
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