Bosch Technical Project Manager - Chassis Systems Active Safety in Plymouth, Michigan
Technical Project Manager - Chassis Systems Active Safety
15000 Haggerty Rd, Plymouth, MI 48170, USA
Legal Entity: Robert Bosch LLC
The Chassis Control Product Division develops innovative solutions for active driving safety. As a leading supplier in the automotive industry, Robert Bosch LLC has made its Farmington Hills and Plymouth Michigan facilities the headquarters for its North American automotive businesses. These facilities house more than 1,700 associates who are dedicated to improving relationships with our customers and furthering Bosch's technologies
Within Chassis Controls Active Safety – Engineering for Asian Customers department we are responsible for the “in-vehicle” calibration/testing of the Electronic Stability Control device (ABS/TCS/ESP/ESC/ACC/ADAS) and the Electronic Brake Booster (Vacuum free brake boost and ADAS) which both manage vehicle movement and motion during safety critical situations as well as highly automated driving. We work side by side with Function and Performance Developers within the USA and globally across many Bosch/Customer locations. We are in regular contact with our customers and actively work with them in their prototype vehicles to develop, refine, and validate their systems and requirements at test facilities around the world.
In the end, our department delivers the calibration, software, and technical project leadership to achieve our customer targets. We deliver on our commitment to the customer, and support their vision for the future of mobility.
Robert Bosch LLC is looking for a Technical Project Manager at our Plymouth, MI location. This position includes overall technical project management responsibilities of chassis control active safety systems including brake modulators, electronic brake boosters, and future braking system configurations. The ideal candidate would be highly self-motivated and have the willingness to dive right in. You will work directly with an entire development team including software developers, application / calibration engineers and fellow project managers to develop project specific solutions with strong customer input for advanced chassis control active safety systems.
Below is a highlight of the things you would being working on and responsible for:
This position is responsible for the overall technical project leadership of electronic stability control device (ESP) and electronic brake booster device (iBooster) products within JOEM customer projects with vehicle destination to North America. CHECK OUT the videos linked at the bottom of this posting to learn more about these exciting products and the many ways in which Bosch is Invented for Life.
As Technical Project Manager (TPM) you are overall accountable for the technical success of the project.
First point of contact for the overall technical development within the internal engineering teams; including software, calibration, hardware and system.
First point of contact for OEM in the areas of E/E, Software, and vehicle performance topics.
Ensure system and software development, validation, and delivery are according to guidelines and processes (e.g. ISO26262, ASPICE).
Oversee vehicle application/calibration/tuning of ESP and iBooster algorithms based on established methodologies both in vehicle and lab/offline environments.
Project handling and project documentation according to specified processes.
Monthly reporting of project status to senior management in USA.
Work package definition and tracking, release planning, resource planning, quality assurance according to Bosch Active Safety process landscape.
Responsible for evaluating customer specifications including support of translating the system requirements into Rational DOORS (and related IBM based products), evaluating requirement and test coverage, and support of issue / defect tracking.
Support vehicle test environment and lead both internal and customer meetings.
Prepare and communicate technical presentations for the customer.
Flexible, willing to travel (4-6 weeks / year) and participate in test drives (international travel possible).
Flexible, willing to flex working hours to allow daily international collaboration while achieving a good work/life balance.
BS in Engineering.
2 or more years of experience in technical project management, project lead, or project management.
2 or more years of experience in automotive, motorsport or heavy equipment industry.
1 or more years of vehicle networking, diagnostics and debugging complex systems and/or hands-on (mechanical or electrical) experience.
Prefer Degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, or Mechanical Engineering.
2 or more years of experience in brake system/booster, complex software, system architecture projects.
Strong brake system engineering exposure/experience (foundation, actuation, ESP, system, EPB).
Knowledge of brake systems, brake boosters, and chassis control system technologies and functions.
Good written / verbal communication and presentation skills to discuss issues / solutions with team and external customer.
Good English skills verbal / written (additional languages encouraged, or solid English to English skill).
Ability to structure, moderate and promote collaboration with international teams, negotiate with customer, support global organization, and understanding with working in global multicultural teams.
Experience with vehicle and system test and release procedures in automotive, or related industry.
Experience in systems / requirements engineering.
Valid driver license.
Comfortable with testing activities in vehicles.
Good understanding of vehicle architecture and chassis control interfaces.
Capable to understand C-code/ASCET and communicate software changes.
Experience with technical teams in Germany, India, and Japan.
Experience with JOEM customers (Toyota, Honda, Nissan, Subaru, etc.)
Strong sense of responsibility and commitment, innovative thinking.
Hands on experience with Agile development methods (SCRUM, Kanban, etc.)
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