285119 - Manufacturing Eng Electrical / Electronic
- Post Date:January 14, 2022
- Apply Before: January 14, 2023
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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.
Background in End of Line Testing, software development/implementation, or product validation
• 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
Ability to interface effectively with all levels of the organization in auto industry • Familiarity with the plant environment and plant operations
Vehicle Engineering, Plant Operations (Assembly or Powertrain), Software Development working knowledge
Bachelor’s degree in Engineering (Electrical, Manufacturing or similar)
Bachelor’s degree in Electrical and Mechanical Engineering or Computer Science
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.