General Motors Engineering Group Manager- Advanced Transmission Controls - GPS0000296 in Milford, Michigan
This position will lead a group of 8-10 engineers who are responsible for advanced engineering of automotive transmission controls. The candidate will be expected to provide technical coaching of team members in the area of algorithm development, testing and implementation. In addition to executing the technology projects, candidate will also be expected to lead in identifying new technologies for development and championing handover of completed advanced engineering projects to the engineering teams responsible for production implementation. Strong organizational skills will be required to integrate the team’s work with the rest of the company’s technology development activities.
- ·Masters degree or equivalent in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering
- ·Minimum 10 years experience with development of embedded control systems, including algorithm development
- ·Demonstrated leadership capability of engineering projects
- ·People leader experience
- ·Experience with use of computer simulation in testing & development of embedded control systems
- ·5+ years of experience with development of embedded controls for automotive transmission control systems
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