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Base Software Configuration Manager

Company: Stellantis
Location: Auburn Hills
Posted on: May 28, 2023

Job Description:

Build your brand. Tell your story. Take advantage of a rare opportunity to start from the ground up and build something new and original. At Stellantis we are breaking with the past and launching a new software organization built from the ground up. The Stellantis Software Organization (SWx) was established in 2021 with an entirely new vision for the driver experience, and our mission to build the most captivating experiences in the latest frontier of Automotive Technology. We are seeking technology game changers to lead the digital transformation to this new world of automotive technology with a focus on the customer experience. As a BSW Configurations Manager you will be leading and guiding a diverse team for porting and configuring for various domains including Infotainment, Connectivity, Body Control and Automated driving as well as bringing up a software platform with Operating Systems, BSP and middleware. The candidate will be responsible for performance evaluation of the embedded software running on the target platform for various domains including SAE Level 2, 3 automated driving features, Infotainment, IVI, instrument clusters, etc. The ideal candidate will possess a good understanding of embedded software development, modern safety critical electronic control units (ECU), Cyber security implementation in ECU, and possess an interest in state-of-the-art automated driving compute platforms and emerging computational technologies. EOE/Disability/VeteranPDN-99172855-5ceb-4cf2-8c7c-ebc758d08f3d

Keywords: Stellantis, Detroit , Base Software Configuration Manager, IT / Software / Systems , Auburn Hills, Michigan

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