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24 days ago
Jaguar Land Rover
Location: Coventry
Job type: Permanent
Sector: Automotive
Category: Architects Jobs
REQ ID: 50649

JOB TITLE: Diagnostic Client Architecture SME

SALARY: £45,000 - £52,000

POSTING END DATE: 24/11/2020

LOCATION: Coventry

We’re re-examining our vehicles and what a vehicle means in the emerging world of automation, connectedness, electrification and the shared economy. New ideas, new technology, and new approaches to mobility are our business. Join a team of next generation thinkers.

WHAT TO EXPECT

Using current and future industry platform standards as reference, the diagnostic platform architect will be responsible for authoring and maintaining the OEM specific system architecture design and detailed technical standards which are applicable to the diagnostic tester tooling. The diagnostic platform architect will collaborate with internal and external tester development teams to identify the optimal tester tooling design to satisfy the needs of engineering, manufacturing, aftersales diagnostic tester tooling. The diagnostic platform will then be responsible to take this design and define detailed technical requirements which must be implemented by the respective tool owners.

Once the diagnostic tester tool requirements have been cascaded and agreed with development team, the diagnostic platform architect will be responsible for the continual update and improvement of these requirements against the face of changing input requirements and development in the industry standard tool offerings.

As the diagnostic platform architect, you will be a subject matter expert in the correct design and operation of diagnostic tester tooling design within the OEM and be required to interface with internal and external tool development teams to ensure the design and operation targets are met.

WHAT YOU’LL NEED

You’ll need experience of working within a development environment where the Diagnostic Test Tools utilise Open Data Exchange data input format

You’ll have Knowledge of specifying or implementing diagnostic test tool software architecture; evidenced by a minimum of 3 years’ experience working within projects which delivered OEM or Aftermarket Diagnostic Test Tools to market

In addition to this you’ll also have working experience in industry standard Diagnostic Test Tool standards including D-PDU API and standardised D-Server API

You’ll have previous experience of successfully leading external teams in the delivery of project objective

You’ll also have experience of defining technical requirements; evidenced by a minimum of 1 year’s work experience within a project as a lead engineer

SO WHY US?

Bring all this to the home of premium innovation, and you’ll find the opportunities to further your career with a world-class team, a discounted car purchase and lease scheme for you and your family, membership of a competitive pension plan and performance related bonus scheme. All this and more makes Jaguar Land Rover the perfect place to continue your journey.

JLR considers that this role does not meet the criteria to be considered within the Home Office Shortage Occupation list. Therefore, JLR will not support an application for visa sponsorship and all applicants for this role must have an unrestricted right to work in the UK.

Jaguar Land Rover is committed to equal opportunity for all.

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