Tesla's goal is to produce a full range of electric cars, from sports cars to mass-market vehicles â€" relentlessly driving down the cost of electric vehicles. It is currently the only U.S. automaker that builds and sells highway-capable EVs in serial production. Palo Alto, California-based Tesla designs and manufactures EVs and EV powertrain components. Tesla has delivered more than 1,600 Roadsters to customers in North America, Europe and the Asia Pacific Region. Model S, the first premium sedan to be built from the ground up as an electric vehicle, goes on the market in mid-2012.
- Develop, enhance and debug new and existing firmware in C.
- Optimize protocols to enhance subsystem communications.
- Specify, design, implement, debug and validate behaviors between automotive subsystems.
- Experience with automotive CAN and LIN bus systems, Vector DBC files, protocols and associated tools such as CANalyzer, CANoe, CANape and VehicleSpy or similar.
- Capable of hands-on bringup, debug and verification of communications between subsystems.
- Capable of developing C code in a real-time embedded environment.
- Familiar with the embedded design process: compilers, debuggers, IDE and source code control.
- Possess strong communication skills and a preference for working in teams.
- Understanding of automotive diagnostic protocols like CCP/XCP and UDS.
- Ability to resolve ambiguity in specifications of sub-systems and resolve interface issues.
- Greater than 3 years experience in automotive subsystem development
- MS/BS degree in EE/ME/CS or equivalent
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