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Software Process Engineer (ASPICE),Loc: Southfield,MI

2017-07-06 16:39:24
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Job Responsibilities: • Develop a deep understanding of software development concepts, practices, and tools used at DENSO. • Work with developers and managers to identify issues and opportunities related to software development, and develop solutions. • Facilitate organizational adoption of new standards, processes, and tools through thoughtful change management strategies. • Roll out new content, and find ways to help staff members successfully adopt it. Report out to senior staff on progress against business drivers. • Tailor processes to fit the project’s circumstances. • Evaluate the performance of projects against the defined process. • Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering, Computer Science, or equivalent combination of education and experience. Master’s degree is preferred. Five to ten years experience. • Extensive experience applying CMMI or ASPICE, and Functional Safety for software • Ability to develop systemic and creative approaches to software engineering, informed by at least five years of embedded software design experience as a developer. Experience in all phases of the software development lifecycle, preferably within the automotive industry. • Experience in software process improvement. Record of leading and deploying comprehensive improvements based on business needs, process requirements, and tool/infrastructure considerations • Experience performing software quality assurance, as defined by ASPICE. Ability to add substantial value by finding relevant/consequential risks and issues • Exceptional communication and facilitation skills. Ability to advocate best practices. Analytical skills to diagnose & resolve process & tool issues • Experience with ALM/software management tools (preferably PTC Integrity and Serena SBM)
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