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Software Integration & Test Engineer Autonomous Vehicles

Kion Group AG

Kion Group AG

Quality Assurance
holland, mi, usa
Posted on Friday, September 22, 2023
Our autonomous vehicle software encompasses all aspects of automating vehicles used in intralogistics, from low-level hardware interactions and safety over localisation, perception and task execution out to UI and diagnostics. We specialize in the development of integrated systems, the fusion and interpretation of data, and the design and deployment of elegant solutions. As a critical member of the team, you will support the integration and testing of our vehicle software stack in interaction with our product development and validation teams. Work is primarily focused on software system integration and software verification and validation.

Responsibilities and learning opportunities include:

- Discovering, investigating, and solving problems
- Developing, documenting, and executing test approaches and procedures
- Conducting hardware, software, and system integration
- Troubleshooting anomalies
- Participating in technical reviews and status meetings
- Crafting test scenarios
- Performing data analysis
- Creating, updating, and validating tests and tools in cooperation with the test automation team
- Assessing compliance to product specifications and international standards
- Interacting and coordinating with internal and external stakeholders on technical and programmatic issues

What we offer:

You will have the opportunity to make a direct impact on state-of-the-art technology in a rapidly growing market. You will work closely with a cross-functional team to ensure that our Mobile Automation products meet their requirements and intended use. You will also interact with world-class engineers in an environment that fosters professional development, collaboration, and support at all levels.

Tasks and Qualifications:

Basic Qualifications & Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree or higher, with a major in an engineering discipline, computer science. physics, or math (other majors considered with relevant skills/experience)

  • 3 to 15 years of work in a technical environment

Required Skills:

  • Ability to manage a dynamic workload in a fast-paced environment with minimal oversight

  • Clear, concise, and correct written and oral communication, including grammar, spelling, and composition

  • High standards of quality and attention to detail

Desired Technical Skills:

  • Experience with software and hardware integration methodologies

  • Experience with software and hardware test methodologies

  • Expertise in problem decomposition, root cause analysis, and risk analysis

  • Familiarity with issue & task management systems (eg. Azure DevOps, JIRA)

  • Familiarity with C/C++ and Python

  • Familiarity with Linux and TCP/IP networking and bus communication (eg. CAN)

To be successful, you should:

  • Be self-motivated, energetic, tenacious, well-organized, flexible, and thorough

  • Create trust and influence to achieve goals diplomatically

  • Have an analytical eye for noticing inconsistencies and an innovative passion for reconciling them

  • Display creativity, ingenuity, reliable intuition, and well-developed problem-solving skills

  • Ask inquisitive questions and learn from the answers

  • Be able to generalize from examples and apply critical judgment

  • Practice time management and prioritization skills

  • Always consider context and stakeholders

  • Naturally think logically and critically

  • Read and follow directions and standard operating procedures

  • Possess effective interpersonal and teamwork skills, particularly with respect to advocacy and negotiation

  • Handle responsibility well and act on constructive feedback

  • Understand the need for control, repeatability, and risk management and act accordingly and proactively

  • Demonstrate moderated discipline, pragmatic perseverance, scientific curiosity, and measured skepticism