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The Principal Engineer, Cloud Security will be an integral member of the Information Technology (IT) team focused on Canoo’s overall Cloud Security posture, DevSecOps, Enterprise Identity and Access Management (IAM), detailed technical standards and playbooks, and implementing tools to improve the security of cloud workloads. The Principal Engineer, Cloud Security will architect and manage the secure operation of the Canoo’s cloud based technical infrastructure. This role includes responsibility for technical security implementation, administration of security systems, creating and maintaining accurate technical documentation and playing a pivotal role in ensuring security of Canoo assets in the Cloud. If you have passion for cutting edge cloud services, deep interest in cybersecurity architecture and information security technologies, can convert complex requirements into efficient designs, and enjoy working in a fast-paced environment with talented engineers then Canoo is for you.
The Component Test Engineer is responsible for the development and execution of tests for design validation in the areas of Motor, Inverter, Drive Unit, Power Electronics, Charging, HV Battery, and Low Voltage hardware.
The Cell Test Engineer is responsible for the planning and execution of cell level electrically testing. Test engineer is responsible for design of experiments, setup of test equipment, analysis of data and reporting to help drive battery development.
The ECU Design Release Engineer is responsible for leading the development and sourcing of the in house control units and to ensure the products satisfy all requirements.
Must be willing to work onsite at one of our locations in Michigan, Oklahoma, Arkansas, or Texas.