At Oshkosh, we build, serve and protect people and communities around the world by designing and manufacturing some of the toughest specialty trucks and access equipment. We employ over 15,000 team members all united by a common purpose. Our engineering and product innovation help keep soldiers and firefighters safe, is critical in building and keeping communities clean and helps people do their jobs every day.
Work within the advanced products engineering group to perform high level analysis, implementation and integration of new and modified components, systems and subsystems for unmanned ground vehicle programs. Assists project manager in planning, execution and technical direction for projects. Exercise independent judgment and action. Will require working closely with suppliers, engineering specialists, and other departments.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Researches, studies, and proposes use of new technologies to be used in the development and application of new and improved products, systems, processes and capabilities.
Maintain effective communication with suppliers, internal and external customers, and outside resources concerning technical issues.
Communicate project objectives to team members.
Enforce the proper use of engineering criteria and standards. Ensure technical issues are conducted within the framework of company policies and procedures.
Evaluate mechanical, electrical, software and system designs for performance, safety, and reliability.
Develop detailed requirements and comprehensive test plans.
Direct support of suppliers and test programs to include travel to off-site locations as necessary to accomplish assigned engineering programs
Provide technical assistance for prototype, pilot, and build support.
Analyze and resolve issues reported to Engineering via verbal or written communication.
Provide direction to designers and drafters regarding engineering analysis.
Establish priorities for work delegated to others.
Prepare technical proposals, quotations, reports, and presentations.
Able to obtain a secret security clearance as required by job duties
Bachelor's of Science in Engineering
Related experience or internship experience
Potential travel 30% of time
Experience with robotics, computer vision, radar and/or LIDAR perception
Strong mechanical and electrical knowledge of vehicles and related systems
Strong verbal presentation and written communication skills
Excellent organizational, analytical, and problem solving skills
Excellent system engineering skills
Model-based programming experience
C/C++/C# programming experience
Experience with tactical radio implementation and integration
Experience with ISO-26262 standard
Experience with design/development/integration of safety-critical systems/components
Experience with automotive active safety and driver assist systems
Familiarity with tools such as Vector CANalyzer, dSPACE TargetLink, dSPACE ControlDesk
Familiarity with systems engineering and requirements management tools such as SysML, DOORS
Proficiency with CAN communication protocols and understanding of typical automotive interfaces
Familiarity with git version control
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