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Embedded Software Engineer

Employer
Doosan Bobcat North America
Location
Various: See Below, ND
Salary
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Industry
Technology
Role
Engineer
Job Type
Long-Term
Hours
Full Time

Job Details

Job Information

The Embedded Software Engineer will define systems for control of Bobcat hydro-electrical systems. This includes but is not limited to control systems for loaders, AWS, Toolcat, compact tractors, and excavators. The position will also entail using Bobcat software development processes for requirements development, modeling, and testing these control systems.

 

Location(s): Bismarck, ND; Fargo, ND

Role & Responsibility

 

Required documentation/Software project scope
•    Maintain/develop new software for existing and new electrical system controllers.
•    Estimate the number of requirements and time to implement for each project.
•    Attend/lead requirement review meetings weekly and as needed.
•    Maintain/create requirement documentation for systems and controllers.
•    Manage requirements documentation for these systems and controllers using software configuration management, requirements management tools, and MS Office documents.
•    Knowledge of Software configuration management, requirements management, defect tracking, and test case management required.

Software Process
•    Use the Bobcat Software development lifecycle to ensure quality development of embedded software products.
•    Define key functional requirements for embedded software and hardware teams from stakeholders across the organization 
•    Drive system architecture decisions across products while collaborating with mechanical, hydraulics, power train, electrical, and software design specifications
•    Support functional teams across the organization to reduce software complexity while maintaining a testable solution 
•    Work with SW manager to continuously develop software process improvements.
•    Keep all software work products up to date.

Testing
•    Develop, perform, and document software unit tests in a simulation environment.
•    Develop, perform, and document software functional tests in the lab or field environments.

Job Requirement

•    MATLAB, SIMULINK and C/C++ software experience preferred.
•    Strong verbal and written communication skills.
•    Understanding of CAN J1939 communications as well as other network communication protocols
•    Use of standard computer programs such as MS Office.
•    Knowledge of the Software Development Process
•    Familiarity with construction and agriculture equipment preferred
•    Education Required: Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical, Computer, Software, or equivalent Engineering discipline
•    Experience Required: Entry Level
•    Travel Required:

Nearest Major Market: North Dakota
Nearest Secondary Market: Bismarck

Company

Our people power our progress. Keeping our company moving forward means empowering employees with opportunities to grow and the resources necessary to be happy, healthy and productive. That’s why we offer our people a competitive and comprehensive benefits package. Here, you’ll enjoy full health coverage, paid time off, income protection, employee discounts on certain consumer goods, tuition reimbursement and more.

How do different cultures play a part in your organization?

Our North American headquarters is located in North Dakota, where we started the compact equipment industry. But our locations span the entire globe – dealers, manufacturing facilities and corporate offices – where innovation is driven forward worldwide. To continue expanding our reach, we’ve opened the Global Collaboration Center in the heart of downtown Minneapolis.

What skills, education, and experiences does your ideal candidate(s) have?

•Education Required: High School Diploma or Equivalent
•These are entry level opportunities
•Must be able to follow established methods and procedures and perform work accordingly. Must have the ability to work rapidly and under time pressure for extended periods of time in order to meet build requirements. Must possess the ability to read build sheets and blueprints.
•The ability to communicate with supervisors and fellow workers in both written and verbal forms at a level normally acquired through the completion of a high school diploma or GED is required.
•Job specific skills, techniques and safe work and equipment operating practices are learned through on-the-job and classroom training. General instructions are given on recurring duties, operations and assignments; detailed instructions are given on new duties, operations and assignments.

How would you describe the company leadership/team management? Our employees are the driving force behind our brand. We cultivate an environment where they feel valued and build their career while working for an industry leader. Career opportunities include positions in our corporate offices and manufacturing facilities. We also have a highly-competitive internship and co-op program. Your opportunity to contribute to the future of the compact equipment industry is right here.

Where do you see the company/organization in the upcoming years? https://www.bobcat.com/company-info/next-is-now

What do you feel candidates need to know about the company before applying?

Our success is powered by our people. Plain and simple. Their dedication and passion for empowering customers to accomplish more is what drives our continued industry leadership. Our integrated, global team of employees and dedicated dealers work together to deliver the best products and services; making lives, businesses and communities better and stronger.

Bobcat Company is both an employer and partner of choice, and we pride ourselves in attracting, retaining and developing top-tier talent and dealers to drive our mission forward.

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