2023087 - Functional Safety Manager (Automotive)
As a Functional Safety (FuSa) Manager, your role is to:
- Support the product development
within the technical area of Functional safety, by collaboration with
management, product leaders and development teams.
- Actively coaching the development team for all matters
relating to Functional Safety including technical advice for the different ASIL
- Developing product modules
functional safety strategy and related documentation for the target automotive
system as a subject matter expert
- Supporting system architects and
developers with functional safety development, verification activities and
- Owning safety-related planning,
execution, and reviews like system safety joint reviews within the development
team and external suppliers
- Supporting supplier sourcing and
execution in the functional safety area
- More than 10 years of experience in the automotive
domain especially in the functional safety SW development and/or process
- In-depth working knowledge of ISO26262 in safety-critical
automotive product development and needed documentation like safety plans and safety
- Proficiency in performing risk assessments including
FMEA and FTA
- Capability to analyse the complex ECU systems and their
safety criticality to derive the safety goals and to suggest the right ASIL
- Experience with the entire safety
lifecycle from concept through design, implementation, testing and maintenance.
- Excellent leadership, communication, and collaboration skills, with the
ability to work effectively in cross-functional teams.
Good to have.
- Experience in leading or
participating in HARA (Hazard Analysis and Risk Assessment)
- Knowledge of AUTOSAR development standard and ECU SW
- Understanding of the safety manuals for Microcontroller and other ASICs
- Having experience with the ASPICE process.
- Having Functional Safety certifications
- Engagement with the supplier/development team regarding requirements
elicitation, technical discussions, open point clarifications, status
reporting, lessons learnt, and improvement measures taken.