Diagnostic System Development Engineer
Company: Rivian Automotive
Posted on: November 23, 2021
Rivian--is on a mission to keep the world adventurous forever.
This goes for the emissions-free Electric Adventure Vehicles we
build, and the curious, courageous souls we seek to attract.-- As a
company, we constantly challenge what's possible, never simply
accepting what has always been done. We reframe old problems, seek
new solutions and operate comfortably in areas that are unknown.
Our backgrounds are diverse, but our team shares a love of the
outdoors and a desire to protect it for future generations.-- We
operate development centers in Plymouth, Michigan; Southern
California (Irvine, Carson & LA); Silicon Valley (San Jose and Palo
Alto); Vancouver, British Columbia; and Surrey, England; as well as
a manufacturing facility in Normal, Illinois. The Smart Diagnostic
Systems mission is to ensure our products are always capable of
keeping our customers--out on their adventure.--- ---We achieve our
mission by developing--the most--advanced--integrated diagnostic
system in the world; capable of--proactively monitoring,--analyzing
and learning from our fleets--throughout their lifecycle. In this
you will be the diagnostic system expert to one or more of the
vehicle sub-systems to ensure appropriate requirements definition
and implementation within that domain. You will work directly with
that domain's software development team to identify and integrate
necessary diagnostic system coverage to support the needs of
engineering, manufacturing and service. You will serve as the
integrator between multiple stakeholder groups including
engineering, manufacturing, service, and the broader diagnostic
development team. This is what you'll do:
- Serve as the "subject matter expert" within one or more vehicle
sub-systems driving diagnostic system development of that domain's
onboard diagnostic system.
- Serve as the primary interface between your domain's software
development team and diagnostic software, manufacturing, and
- Oversee DFMEA and PFMEA activities for your domain's
- Define diagnostic system coverage requirements for your
sub-system based on DFMEA and PFMEA results.
- Develop diagnostic monitoring strategies for your domain
including: detailed requirements definition, algorithm development
and software implementation oversight / validation.
- Work with your domain's software development team to ensure
correct implementation of all diagnostic system requirements.
- Organize feedback from the manufacturing plant, service, and
engineering to facilitate continued diagnostic system improvement
and drive the update of requirements and implementation.
- Support technical integration of your domain at the
manufacturing plant as relates to the onboard diagnostic
- Work with the diagnostic teams to ensure appropriate strategy,
requirements definition, and implementation of the broader
diagnostic system including: aide troubleshooting bugs, update
requirements and implementation based on stakeholder feedback,
provide support to execute testing, integration and calibration
activities. This is what you'll need:
- BS in Engineering (preferably Electrical, Mechanical,
Mechatronics, or Software related discipline).
- 3+ years of experience in an engineering role (level negotiable
based on experience).
- Experience in OBD II.
- Technical understanding of electrical vehicle
- Hands-on working capability with electromechanical (vehicle)
- Effective ability to troubleshoot and root cause complex
- Familiarity with Vector and/or Peak CAN based diagnostic
- Familiarity with vehicle communication protocols (CAN, CANFD,
DoCAN, DoIP, ETH, LIN, XCP, SENT)
- Familiarity with diagnostic standards (ISO-14229, SAE J2012,
SAE J1979/ISO-15031, SAE J1962)
- Familiarity with SAE J2012-DA and SAE J1979-DA is a plus.
- Experience (cyber)security, functional safety, and telematics
is a plus.
- Demonstrated ability to solve complex technical problems and
deliver technical projects.
- Ability to collaborate with multiple cross-functional
disciplines, including external stakeholders.
- Ability to think fast, prioritize, and make decisions that
benefit Rivian as a whole using a first principles approach.
- Exceptional verbal and written communication skills. This is
where you'll work: Department: Smart Diagnostic Systems Location:
Irvine, CA Travel up to 25% of the time, depending on program
phase. Travel will be primarily to Normal, IL, Plymouth, MI, and
Surprise, AZ but potentially environmental test locations worldwide
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