Autonomous In-Vehicle Ethernet Systems Engineer, Warren, MI, General Motors. Engr, create, &execute in-vehicle Ethernet network (EN) reqmts for autonomous vehicles. Define EN topology &communication strategy using IEEE standards incldg 802.1AS for network time synchronization, 802.1Q for network segmentation or virtual local area networks &802.1X for port based network access control & authentication of network devices. Generate &publish EN reqmt specs for internal/external users of Autonomous Vehicles program in DOORS &DNG software. Devise functional methods to integrate Ethernet network artefacts using AUTOSAR based tools incldg Vector PreeVision, VehicleSpy &neoVI Fire in embedded ECU hardware &software. Design, program &execute embedded ECUs using C/C++, python &ruby languages, &debug ECUs using network packet capture tools incldg WireShark, troubleshooting software problems &networking issues on benches in lab &in vehicle. Work with network simulation tools &functional architecture teams. Master, Electrical Engrg, Software Systems, Computer Engrg, or Electronics and Communication Engrg. 12 mos exp as Engineer, Embedded Software Developer, Programmer Analyst, or related, devising functional methods to integrate EN artefacts or ECU software/hardware using AUTOSAR based tools including Vector PreeVision, VehicleSpy, & NeoVI Fire. Mail resume to Ref#2659-103, GM Global Mobility, 300 Renaissance Center, MC:482-C32-C66, Detroit, MI 48265.