We are building something special at Alpine.
As part of the Alpine long-term plan to compete for F1 World Championships we are looking to add to our excellent team with individuals who are motivated to significantly contribute to our relentless pursuit of excellence.
Within the Control Systems Group we have a new vacancy as Senior Control Systems Development Engineer.
Senior Control Systems Development Engineer - The Role
Reporting to the Head of Controls, Simulation and Modelling this position calls for an individual with a broad set of skills to take on the development of real-time embedded control software and models for on-car and off-car platforms. Based in the Controls, Simulation and Modelling group at Enstone, the role will involve control system design using MATLAB, Simulink and Stateflow, and model development in Simulink/SimScape and DYMOLA. Real-time targets will include on-car ECUs and dSPACE systems.
Senior Control Systems Development Engineer – The Person
The successful candidate will be a university graduate in a STEM discipline, with good general technical engineering knowledge, a strong grasp of dynamic systems and a minimum of five years’ professional experience in an engineering role in the automotive sector.
They will possess the following:
Our offer to you
What we offer in return for your hard work and dedication is a team who is truly ambitious with their goals, with a unique and friendly working environment and competitive remuneration – including pension, free onsite gym, subsidised restaurant. We also provide an environment to develop and grow with the team by continued support in your career development.
Applicants must be eligible to work in the UK
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