Cybersecurity Engineer for Embedded Control Systems
Columbus, Indiana (Currently Remote due to Covid - 19)
Must be a U.S. Citizen or Green Card Holder
Sponsorship for this position is not available.
This position will be responsible for developing and integrating cyber security features within embedded software for vehicle engine controls systems. The job would be working with a team developing security features, creating requirements and testing security robustness.
Develop and design new cyber security features and function algorithms generally using Matlab Simulink.
Development of model-based features and analyze the behavior of the software design using simulation.
Perform and support bench and vehicle testing.
Supporting and debugging problem reports and change requests.
Working closely with internal corporate customers on implementation of the algorithms in the engine control architecture.
Knowledge and familiarity of software development processes
Ability to understand and apply models and simulation including experience with Matlab Simulink.
Knowledge of functions and architecture of microprocessors, analog circuits.
Knowledge of data link communications, especially J1939.
Knowledge of internal combustion engine electronic control systems a major plus
Awareness of cyber security methods and techniques is needed but expert level knowledge is not absolutely required.
Ability to translate customer requirements into algorithm requirements and create clear documentation.
Ability to effectively communicate with others interpersonally and through presentations.
Bachelor's Degree in Engineering, Math, Physics, or equivalent. Master’s in computer engineering, computer science, controls would be a plus.
4 years or more of professional experience in software and embedded controls
Trained and capable in MS Office and its applications.
If you are interested in applying for this position, please send your cover letter and resume.