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Software Engineer Controls - Dearborn, MI

Job Description:

The engineer in this role will work in the Central Software organization and will be responsible for the development of OEM coding standards for C and C++. Candidates are expected to work in agile team settings in collaborations with teams from different organizations around secure coding and creating test methods to prevent vulnerabilities. 

The duties of this role include but are but not limited to the following: 

  • Evaluate tools that checks for coding vulnerabilities against a set of rules like MISRA, CERTC, CERTC++ and CWE 
  • Define coding rules that are statically checkable for C and C++ 
  • Ensure that teams are compliant in meeting secure coding best practices 
  • Create design rules for software coding for in-house developers and suppliers to follow 
  • Train others on new tools 
  • Deliver technical presentations 
  • Work in Agile setting

Skills Required:
  • 5+ years of experience in embedded software development using C and/or C++ on real time applications 
  • 5+ years of experience applying secure coding practices, processes and methods 
  • Strong understanding of coding standards such as MISRA, CERTC, SWAMP, OWASP, CERTC++ and CWE 
  • 2+ years of experience using static code analysis tools such as Polyspace, QAC, Coverity ..etc 
  • 3+ years of experience in software testing and debugging 
  • Familiarity with the software safety mechanisms such as memory management 
  • Some experience in developing software on AUTOSAR platforms 
  • Familiarity with compiler settings 
  • Working experience in penetration testing 
  • Familiarity with auto-code generation from Simulink 
  • Basic experience in scripting using Python 
  • Excellent verbal, written and communication skills

Experience Required:
  • 10+ years of experience in embedded software development 
  • 2+ Working experience developing coding rules for C and C++ for others to follow 
  • 5+ years using static code analysis tools

Experience Preferred:
  • Working experience using Jenkins 
  • Familiarity with ISO26262 and ISO 29119 standards 
  • Automotive systems experience 
  • CAN and Automotive Ethernet experience

Education Required:
Bachelors in Software Engineering, Computer Engineering or Computer Science

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Dearborn, MI
United States of America

Information Technology / IT - Software

Job Type:
Temp Position
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Posted Date:3/29/2019


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Job Title: Software Engineer Controls

Location: Dearborn, MI

Job Type: Temp Position

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Posted Date: 3/29/2019

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