General Motors Controller Packaging Analysis Engineer - GPS0000276 in Milford, Michigan
The Controller Packaging Analysis Engineer leads the development of the controller packaging requirements, designing mechanical conformance of the embedded control module, and establishing and ensuring the validation of the embedded controller. The Controller Packaging Analysis Engineer also works with the embedded controller supplier and GM supplier quality to develop and validate the embedded controller manufacturing process FMEA.
•Define controller location possibilities with vehicle groups and engine and transmission engineers as appropriate. Use modeling tools to define requirements.
•Define controller package requirements in controller statement of requirements
•Define controller package validation tests with suppliers.
• Review and release controller math data
• Review and release controller outline drawing
• Review controller package validation results and approve with supplier
• Approve controller connector selection
• Approve connector validation test results
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- Candidates should have one of the following engineering degrees: Mechanical Engineering, Engineering Mechanics, or Electrical Engineering
- Knowledge and 3+ years of experience in vehicle or propulsion control system development
- Demonstrated high level of analytical ability where problems are unusual or difficult
- Demonstrated knowledge of developing and reviewing validation test documentation.
- Knowledge of Design for Six Sigma, Red X, and similar system design methods
- Demonstrated high level of communication and interpersonal skills
- Demonstrated high level of technical skills.
- Experience with use of modeling tools