285119 - Manufacturing Eng Electrical / Electronic

  • Post Date:January 14, 2022
  • Apply Before: January 14, 2023
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Job Description

Vehicle Operations Manufacturing Engineering is a cross-functional team having the primary responsibility to plan for and implement the launch of new vehicle programs at assembly plants. The Manufacturing Engineer End of Line candidate will be a part of this team and be responsible for the following: • Provide EOL manufacturing engineering leadership throughout a new model development program from KO through launch. • Ensure compliance to the GVOSS (Global Vehicle Operations Structured Standards) and Ergonomic standards for EOL test system installations. • Review and implement new EOL concepts and designs. • Develop and implement improvements to EOL SW and HW using data from the EOL Dashboard / ReportLogic Reporting Systems. • Assist in preparation of NMP management reviews; perform data collection to support the presentation. • Lead EOL capital project teams to develop capital appropriations requests and manage the projects from concept through commissioning. • Lead costing for EOL test implementation and find acceptable cost reduction opportunities. Including writing scopes of work for EOL test systems. • Support change control to evaluate product change impact on EOL test equipment costs and labor • Provide onsite prototype build support at North American Manufacturing Assembly Plants. Note: Travel within US, Canada and Mexico for installation, launch support and issue resolution may require up to 70% of dedicated time onsite.
Skills Required:
Background in End of Line Testing, software development/implementation, or product validation
Skills Preferred:
• Automotive manufacturing experience / supplier project management skills • Product development experience with Electrical systems, EDS, or module design • Product development experience with Powertrain and Chassis systems • Familiarity with IT plant infrastructure (network design and server applications) • Working knowledge of diagnostics and vehicle repair • Familiarity with computer HW, SW and wireless technologies • Strong computer Skills (Excel, PowerPoint, Web Based reporting systems) • Strong verbal & written communication and presentation skills • Understanding of PFMEA and Failure Mode Avoidance principles • Working knowledge of Statistics
Experience Required:
Ability to interface effectively with all levels of the organization in auto industry • Familiarity with the plant environment and plant operations
Experience Preferred:
Vehicle Engineering, Plant Operations (Assembly or Powertrain), Software Development working knowledge
Education Required:
Bachelor’s degree in Engineering (Electrical, Manufacturing or similar)
Education Preferred:
Bachelor’s degree in Electrical and Mechanical Engineering or Computer Science
Additional Information:
Additional Tasks: • Lead risk assessment for EOL software, and hardware changes. • Write functional descriptions for SW and HW modifications and assist in writing SOW’s. • Coordinate all pre-launch EOL validation events from DCV through MP2. • Assist plant & implementation teams in resolving EOL performance issues. • Lead daily trouble shooting; coordinate cross-functional resources to find root cause and fixes, manage and breakdown problems into items that can be validated. Determine accurate validation methods. • Assist in the training of manufacturing personnel and plant repairmen when required.