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Designing Engineer, Shift Control Systems, Advanced Vehicle Development Job (Warren, MI, US)

Designing Engineer, Shift Control Systems, Advanced Vehicle Development-ENG0019217



Responsibilities



- Creation of Shift Control System design solutions for new vehicle programs. Shift controls includes transmission gear selection systems for automatic transmissions, from drivers hand to transmission, whether mechanical or electronic.

- Start with a “clean sheet of paper” and develop designs to a detailed and balanced solution. Includes significant physical integration (packaging) and functional integration work, negotiating with competing components and requirements

- Perform competitive benchmarking of performance, cost, mass, etc.

- Daily collaboration with other Chassis Designing Engineers as well as other key areas of the organization (CAE, Design Studio, Vehicle Architecture, Purchasing, Cost Estimating, Performance Integration, Manufacturing, Service Engineering, other commodities such as Body, Powertrain, Interior, Electrical, HVAC, etc.) to creatively and jointly develop the overall optimal solution for the vehicle.

- - Regular maintenance of CAD data in Unigraphics and TeamCenter environment (either done by this engineering candidate, or can be assisted by a Designer as workload dictates)

- - Development and refinement of the solution imperatives (pc cost, tooling, mass, quality, performance, etc.) of the designs, reporting out to leadership as required.

- May include some early physical "mock-up" work with stereolithography or other simulated hardware.

- Lead DFSS or other projects to refine customer requirements and design robustness.

- Collaboration with the downstream Designing Engineer to allow them to successfully source and validate the components and systems for production.

- Collaboration with component technical experts to ensure GM component and system strategy is correctly implemented on new programs.

- Creation and leading of detailed technical Peer Reviews to ensure Best Practices and past lessons learned are implemented on new programs.

- - Creation of "readiness assessments" prior to significant program gates, to summarize the status and key issues.



Qualifications

Required Qualifications



- Bachelors degree in Engineering (or extensive equivalent experience).

- Minimum 3 years experience in shift controls design and/or analysis.

- Ability to interrogate Unigraphics CAD data and create rough “sketches” in UG.

- Ability to work in TeamCenter.

- Ability to calmly work in an early and rapidly evolving design environment with significant ambiguity and constant change.

- Ability to work well with others to resolve issues, and elevate issues when appropriate.



Preferred Qualifications



- 5+ years experience in shift control systems, including knowledge of related federal and global regulations, experience with electronic shift control systems, and knowledge of industry trends.

- Experience working in very early vehicle design and development.

- Ability to create refined UG CAD data, independent of a Designer, when necessary.

- Experience with UG Motion to evaluate shifter system kinematics.

- DFSS Green or Black belt certification.

- Masters degree in Engineering.

Primary Location: US-MI-Warren

Posting Date: Jul 24, 2014, 8:22:16 AM - Ongoing

Job: Engineering


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