General Motors Advanced Shifting Systems - Senior Project Engineer - GPS0000112 in Pontiac, Michigan
Responsible for leading the development of new transmission component designs and technologies, with a focus in the area of Shifting Systems.
- Stay abreast of new technologies and competitive products in domain of expertise
- Initiate, monitor, and execute multiple transmission component technology development projects, with a focus on reducing mass, cost, and power loss in shifting systems.
- Champion the implementation of developed technologies to improve products and processes.
- Identify critical technology gap areas and develop technology development plans to address these gaps
- Provide technical leadership for advanced clutch system technologies.
- Perform complex design analysis
- Plan and implement test and/or development programs
- Communicate, coordinate, and consult with engineering departments and customers
- Interface with suppliers, universities, and research institutes, as required
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Required Skills and Experience
- Minimum 7 years of experience with transmission components and subsystems
- Minimum 5 years of experience with AT shifting systems
- Expert knowledge of operation of shifting systems
- Knowledge of design, analysis, manufacturing, and testing of shifting system components
- Knowledge of friction materials and lubricant interactions
- Familiarity with OWC, SOWC, and dog clutches
- Understanding of failure modes & DFMEA
- Willingness to accept new challenges, and work in new are varied areas
- Ability to solve complex problems where little or no precedent exists.
- Ability to work individually with limited supervision, and in team environments.
- BS degree in Mechanical, Manufacturing, or Materials Engineering
- DFSS Green Belt Certification
Preferred Skills and Experience
- Advanced Degree (M.S., PhD) in Mechanical, Manufacturing, or Materials Engineering
- 10+ years of experience with shifting systems
- Familiarity with CAD and CAE software
- Demonstrated Technical Leadership (patents, publications, awards)
- Understanding of cost analysis and business case development
- Familiarity with component light weighting techniques
- Involvement with ASME or SAE
- High level of oral and written communication skills
- DFSS Black Belt Certification