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Systems Design Engineer

these new technologies that will enable future generations of Bose Automotive Audio delivery. This highly self-motivated engineer should be able to take on and independently lead multiple development tasks of variableduration. The tasks at hand focus on development of a wide range of technologies ranging from entertainment audio to cabin sound management as well as a range of deployment methodologies. You willwork closelytogether with hardware, software, algorithm in specifying and designing solutions including but not limited to embedded and laptop based solutions. The development tasks include Requirements Management Systems Decomposition and Design Communicating with stakeholders to identify what they want a system to accomplish. Leading a cross functional team to develop system designs Use modeling techniques to evaluate how they might perform in the real world. Defining andsupporting systems integrations testing Test to ensure that solution accomplishes what it is supposed to. Intentionally break the system to identify any problem areas. You will lead the development of the overall system architecture and requirements development. The engineer should be able to conceive, analyze and optimize across both hardware and software environments. Must have demonstrable experience with embedded software systems as well as audio architectures. It is also highly desired that the individual can demonstrate knowledge of general purpose processor architectures, such as ARM  as well as DSPs and GPUs. Also critical is the ability to work directly with customers, providing solutions real time. The work involves occasional travel.  Skill Sets: Acoustics Audio Processing Transducers Microphones Speakers Electronics Car Audio Automotive NVH Embedded Software Matlab / Simulink Education: BS degree in Electrical Engineering - BSEE, Mechanical Engineering - BSME or BSSW Software Engineering -SW is desired Minimum of 5 years of experience R9886
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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