Full Job Description
BGSW (Bosch Global SW solutions Ltd) is a 100% owned subsidiary of Robert Bosch GmbH,
one of the world's leading global supplier of technology and services, offering end-to-end Engineering, IT and Business Solutions.
With over 18,000 associates, it’s the largest software development centre of Bosch, outside Germany, indicating that it is the
Technology Powerhouse of Bosch in India with a global footprint and presence in the US, Europe and the Asia Pacific region.
Responsible for Software (SW) function requirements analysis, internal request of Software components, put new Software into operation and test Software
Handling and tracking System requirements (Issue SW)
Coordination of System & SW requirements (Issue SW) between customer project & customer platform
Initiation of technical System & SW requirement clarification with customer, function development and calibration
Identifying customer requirements affecting monitoring functions
Creating rough System requirement description
Carrying out System & SW implementation review with function development/and if required with customer
Carrying out functional acceptance of delivered System or SW (Function development, on demand with customer)
Verification of customer documentation
Clarifying functional safety related requirements
Take lead in driving initiatives to enhance the team know how
B.E./B.Tech in electronics, electrical, Mechanical or other relevant field.
Overall 5-7 years of experience
Know-how of IC Engines and Gasoline/Diesel engine management system
Knowledge of the SW development (Process, Methods & Tools)
Knowledge of FMEA, DRBFM, ISO26262, ASPICE is an added advantage
Exposure to vehicle testing, Calibration and closed loop lab cars.
Knowledge of ECU-HW and other HW equipment’s including Closed loop labs.
Experience as Engine control function development in Diesel / Gasoline domain is an added advantage
Good communication skills and self-motivated. Customer handling experience
The requirement is for 2Wheeler engineering team in India