- Design vehicle components from concept and prototype build levels to production, including characteristics from Lessons Learned in other programs and the COE engineering requirements.
- Develop statement of work/source package for the component supplier.
- Assess component suppliers to determine their technical competence to manufacture the component.
- Develop DFMEAs to identify potential failure modes and DVP&Rs to ensure that functional objectives are met by the component design and validation is completed.
- Design the component for manufacturability and assembly, as well as work with other Product Engineers with interfacing components and systems.
- Participate in post-test reviews including failure analysis, and work closely with suppliers and manufacturing plants to ensure that design changes are robust and feasible for manufacturing.
- Lead global cross functional teams to develop parts which meet all regions requirements.
- Define No Touch zones on the components during assembly.
- Critique the manufacturing equipment and functions on the supplier floor with Supplier Quality engineer
- Assess near production level parts, material dunnage and line delivery plans with the global teams, including the suppliers.
- Track warranty items, work with supplier quality personnel to address manufacturing and quality concerns.
- Deliver all functional and manufacturing aspects for the component
- Bachelor of Science Mechanical Engineering, Other engineering disciplines will be considered with relevant experience.
- 5 10 years Driveline engineering experience
- Strong verbal and written communications skills.
- Firm understanding of mechanical engineering fundamentals.
- Technical career oriented, focus in automotive engineering.
- Previous FMEA and DVP&R, PFMEA experience Knowledge with GD&T
- Proficient use of MS Office
- Must have a valid driving license
- MS-ME Strong analytical capabilities.
- Capable of analyzing complex data and providing a clear summary.
- Driveline component manufacturing experience.
- Shainin Black Belt certification.
- DFSS & DOE Experience
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