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DiabloSport is always looking for talented individuals to join our team in our engineering facility! If automotive performance is a passion of yours, or you love working with computers- our team might be right for you!


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We strive for excellence in our business. By maintaining high standards, we maintain perfection in our product offerings. DiabloSport employees are the best in the business when it comes to automotive knowledge, engineering excellence, and customer service. If you’re a passionate gear-head and you love technology, we may be the perfect fit for your future.

Explorer Where Your Unique Characteristics May Fit.

Please forward all resumes to Amy Cooper at Acooper@powerteq.com.

Position Specification for Calibrator
Position Specification for Powerteq Software Engineer
Position Engineering Manager
Position Specification for Reverse Engineer

Company

Powerteq LLC is a leader in the automotive performance tuning aftermarket and has top-tier products for their portfolio. DiabloSport, Edge Products, and Superchips are brands operated by Powerteq. Powerteq has offices outside Salt Lake City (Ogden, Utah) and Orlando (Sanford, FL) designing, manufacturing and selling products under these industry-leading name brands. This calibrator position will be located in our Sanford, FL office.

Position Summary

The Powerteq calibrator position performs responsibilities in development of vehicle calibrations to include evaluating OEM stock calibrations, defining tuning tables, developing files/templates in tuning software, and supporting all platform tune files. The job responsibilities of the calibrator ensure that Powerteq products and services meet customer expectations, company strategy, and corporate targets.  The calibrator will be responsible for supporting new application coverage for existing products, sustainment tasking related to active & legacy product tuning, and validation/testing support. The calibrator must also work with the team of Powerteq counterparts within Marketing, Production, Procurement, and Sales to ensure all stakeholders’ needs are well represented.

Major Responsibilities

  • Develops calibration files for main OEMs to use in Powerteq automotive performance tuning devices
  • Supports existing product tuning by evaluating issues/errors and fixing to meet customer’s expectations
  • Analyzes and clarifies new calibration file definitions for baseline on developing new calibration files
  • Uses software and database systems to support products and calibrations
  • Performing dyno tests on calibration developed and providing detail dyno plots.
  • Provides input for product and software design team efforts, assisting efforts of other engineering team personnel

Basic Requirements

  • Experience in programming vehicles using industry tools and devices
  • Experience in powertrain knowledge (gasoline, hybrid, and diesel) control
  • Experience in Decompiler/Disassembly tools: IDAPro
  • Experience in Hex editing tools. Hexedit, Hex Workshop, or similar
  • H/W Experience: Installing and removing PCMs and TCMs from vehicles
  • Experience in Loading/Unloading vehicles from dyno and performing dyno runs
  • Very detail oriented
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and oral
  • Self-starter with initiative

Ideal Profile / Qualifications

  • Industry experience or passion for the industry. Understands industry trends, competitors, and consumers.  Loves vehicles, racing, power, speed, performance, aka “going fast”
  • Has a good track record of taking initiative and intelligent risks and is willing to get hands dirty and make sure the job gets done
  • Analytical and financial aptitude. Understands setting objectives and measurement systems.
  • Vision and implementation. Excited to put “his or her stamp” on the engineering work and take ownership
  • Team Player. Able to take on any challenge and ask for assistance from various departments to complete important cross-functional projects
  • Leadership and Communication skills. Very strong written and oral communication skills.  Has successfully managed college projects and is able to inspire teammates
  • Trade-School or similar can offset schooling with 8-10 years of calibration experience on multiple tuning platforms.

Relationships

  • Reports to: Engineering Director
  • Location:                 Sanford, FL

Compensation and Benefits

  • Salary Range: (commensurate with experience)
  • Holiday and paid time off
  • 401(k)
  • Medical/dental/vision
  • Flexible work hours
  • Casual office environment

Company

Powerteq LLC is a leader in the automotive performance tuning aftermarket and has top-tier products for their portfolio. DiabloSport, Edge Products, and Superchips are brands operated by Powerteq. Powerteq has offices outside Salt Lake City (Ogden, Utah) and Orlando (Sanford, FL) designing, manufacturing and selling products under these industry-leading name brands. This software engineer position will be located in our Sanford, FL office.

Position Summary

The Powerteq software engineer will be responsible for performing software tasks on software development activities, development of cloud services and applications in a .net environment, and existing software maintenance tasking. The software engineer will also be required to perform updates to calibration management software and sustaining maintenance to new and existing databases.  The engineer must also work with the hardware and firmware engineering team, Customer Service, Marketing, and IT departments to ensure all stakeholders’ needs are well represented.

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Fundamental understanding of an object orientated language (C, C++, C#, JavaScript, & XML)
  • Fundamental understanding of web development & html /ASP.net
  • Understanding of web services SOAP/REST
  • Knowledge of relational (SQL) and schema-less/non-relational (NoSQL) databases and their tools
  • PC Software: MS Visual Studio
  • Ability to work independently
  • Ability to work in a distributed team oriented environment
  • Quick learner of new concepts and frameworks
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

Required Qualifications

  • Understanding of Software Development Techniques
    • Refactoring
    • WPF
    • Lambda expressions and closures
    • Entity Framework
    • Exposure to NoSQL, preferably MongoDB or DocumentDB
    • UI software design paradigms (MVC, MVVM)
  • Understanding of Software principles and design patterns
    • Singleton, Mediator, Chain of Responsibility, Façade, Observer, et al.
    • SOLID principles
      • Single responsibility
      • Open/closed
      • Liskov substitution
      • Interface segregation
      • Dependency inversion
    • Unit testing practices and processes
    • Usage of Source Control Tools: Subversion, Git
    • Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science or Computer Engineering from a four year accredited college/university

Relationships

  • Reports to: Engineering Director
  • Location:                 Sanford, FL

Compensation and Benefits

  • Salary Range: (commensurate with experience)
  • Holiday and paid time off
  • 401(k)
  • Medical/dental/vision
  • Flexible work hours
  • Casual office environment

Engineering Manager

Company:

Powerteq is the leader in automotive performance tuning.  Powerteq manages the Edge, Superchips and Diablosport brands and is aimed at creating cutting-edge products that improve the driving experience.  We are passionate about what we do.  We take our business seriously, but our environment is fun, energetic and highly collaborative.  The combined product offerings and strengths of Edge, Superchips and Diablo make Powerteq the undisputed leader and dominant player in the performance tuning and data monitoring world.  It also opens the door to numerous opportunities and markets.  Powerteq is committed to unmatched customer service, industry leading product quality, and unequaled product innovation that will pave the way for the future of engine performance and monitoring technology.  Powerteq is part of the Holley family of companies.  Powerteq has facilities in Ogden, Utah and Sanford, Florida.

 

The Team Manager Role:

 

As an Engineering Manager you will manage the R&D team located in the Sanford Florida office and a few remote field employees.  Because half of the R&D team is located in Ogden Utah, and individual project teams are often staffed from team members from both locations, you will work very closely with the President to meet all department goals and objectives.  You will assess team needs, measure performance, reward team members, and contribute to project management.  You will create a highly collaborative environment where people feel safe to take risks and present new ideas. You will work with the Ogden Manager to manage, retain, and hire technical staff.  You will lead, mentor, and coach employees to create a productive energized and focused team.  You will follow up with lead engineers to ensure the completion of projects.  You will contribute to process improvement.

Responsibilities:

 

  • Work closely with the President and Ogden Engineering Manager to direct team members.
  • Assess needs and take initiative to determine solutions.
  • Coach members of the team. Create a caring, empathetic, and professional environment by being considerate, sensitive, approachable, open and fair.
  • Facilitate a team environment. Help manage interpersonal conflict and build a cohesive team environment where members feel free to express opposing opinions and debate is considered a positive and fair process to evaluating options.
  • Manage the engineering team helping hold them accountable and keeping them on task.
  • Motivate team members by helping set goals, recognizing and rewarding performance.
  • Observe team performance to determine if people are meeting their goals. This includes providing insightful feedback and employee reviews.
  • Involve the team in key decisions to create greater accountability.
  • Communicate project and department needs and priorities to team members.
  • Work to eliminate impediments to your teams’ success.
  • Work with marketing, sales, quality, purchasing, manufacturing and program management to ensure that project goals are met.
  • Coach and assist engineers with requirements discovery, estimation, planning, development and testing.


Specific Requirements:

  • 3 or more years of engineering design experience preferably as a software engineer.
  • 2 or more years of management experience.
  • Experience with engineering processes including SCM and PLM systems.
  • Knowledge and experience with engineering requirements and verification.
  • Experience driving effective cross-functional dialogue.
  • Ability to facilitate positive communication and compromise among people with strong differing opinions.
  • Persuasive, encouraging, and motivating.
  • Self-directed and able to work without direct supervision.
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks and priorities using effective organizational and time-management skills.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Legal to work in the US

Benefits:

  • Competitive salary for given education and experience.
  • A friendly environment where people are empowered, trusted, and given opportunity for growth.
  • Automotive lift and tools available for use
  • Lunch every Friday
  • Very competitive Health and Dental plan
  • Paid holidays + 3 weeks paid time off
  • Life insurance

 

Position Specification for Powerteq Reverse Engineer

 

Company

Powerteq LLC is a leader in the automotive performance tuning aftermarket and has top-tier products for their portfolio. DiabloSport, Edge Products, and Superchips are brands operated by Powerteq. Powerteq has offices outside Salt Lake City (Ogden, Utah) and Orlando (Sanford, FL) designing, manufacturing and selling products under these industry-leading name brands. This reverse engineer position will be located in our Sanford, FL office.

 

Position Summary

The Powerteq reverse engineer is considered an integral part of the engineering staff and is responsible for research and development efforts for deriving new applications from OEMs. The reverse engineer is expected to bring various techniques for understanding decompiling, hardware analysis, and software analysis.  The reverse engineer will also be responsible for staying up to date on new technologies and systems that are being released or under development and keeping the engineering team aware of the changing technological landscape.

 

Major Responsibilities

  • Develop solutions for implementation of product design team efforts
  • Transfer of reverse engineering developments to other engineering team personnel
  • Plans and develops experimental test programs and fixtures
  • Extensive knowledge and understanding of all automotive communications protocols
  • Protects developed information to be controlled by Powerteq

 

Basic Requirements

  • Strong Embedded Software (microcontroller firmware): C, C++ (Logic and Flow)
  • Extensive experience with scripting and scripting languages (Python)
  • Strong background and usage of Assembly Instructions (Logic and Flow)
  • Extensive Knowledge of Decompiler/Disassembly tools: IDAPro, OllyDbg and gdb
  • PC Software: C, C++, C#, Visual C/C++, Visual Basic, Java, and Office Suite a plus
  • Detailed Automotive Communication experience
  • Very detail oriented

 

Desired Qualifications

  • Background in embedded hardware/firmware development
  • Self-starter with initiative
  • Engine operation, likes cars, interesting in automotive technology.

 

Ideal Profile / Qualifications

  • Industry experience or passion for the industry. Understands industry trends, competitors, and consumers.  Loves vehicles, racing, power, speed, performance, aka “going fast”
  • Has a good track record of taking initiative and intelligent risks.  Is willing to get hands dirty and make sure the job gets done
  • Analytical and financial aptitude. Understands setting objectives and measurement systems.
  • Vision and implementation. Excited to put “his or her stamp” on the engineering work and take ownership
  • Team Player. Able to take on any challenge and ask for assistance from various departments to complete important cross-functional projects
  • Leadership and Communication skills. Very strong written and oral communication skills.  Has successfully managed college projects and is able to inspire teammates
  • Working toward a Bachelor of Science degree in Electronics, Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering or Computer Science from a four year accredited college/university

 

Relationships

  • Reports to: Engineering Director
  • Location: Sanford, FL

 

Compensation and Benefits

  • Salary Range: $90,000 – $105,000/yr (commensurate with experience)
  • Flexible work hours
  • Casual office environment