General Motors Body Controls Systems Integration Engineer - ENG0027806 in Warren, Michigan
Body Controls System Integration Engineer
Exciting Opportunity to become a Systems Integration Engineer (SIE) in the Body Controls Systems Engineering (BCSE) Organization. The SIE is responsible to ensure that the BCSE features/systems are integrated properly and work as expected under all operating conditions on a vehicle program. The BCSE SIE will work closely with the vehicle program and development teams, Validation and SMTs developing features and systems. Role provides a great opportunity to be part of a growing System Engineering group in its infancy.
- SIE Role will include following responsibilities
- Define and manage applicable features for the program – work with program team, System Engineering, and SMT balancing Features list. Create and maintain the vehicle programs feature content matrix (i.e., which variant of feature is on program)
- Apply baseline Feature Technical and System Technical Specification (FTS and STS) to the program specific feature set.
- Integrate features in to the design through the GVDP milestones. Define and manage interface requirements. Apply and manage baseline D FMEA to program specific design.
- Verify that a feature operates as intended under all conditions
- Evaluate at periodic intervals including initial release and subsequent releases with major changes for earliest possible identification of feature or system gaps to expectations
- Work with feature owners, system engineers and lead system validation engineers to ensure appropriate test coverage
- Troubleshoot pre & post production vehicle level integration issues
- Root cause and document integration issues
- Work with appropriate subsystem, component, algorithm, and/or calibration engineers to quickly resolve issues
- Verify that the proposed solution resolves the identified issue
- Support test procedure, process, and quality improvement initiatives
- Support feature benchmarking and clinic activities
- Generate benchmarking/clinic test requirements/procedures
- Perform and participate in benchmarking/clinic test
- Document benchmarking/clinic results
- Manage program deliverables – maintain feature readiness status, periodic management report outs, conduct Peer Reviews, conduct program specific Feature work groups as necessary
- Some travel may be required
- Candidate must have one of the following engineering degrees: BS in Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Aeronautical Engineering or Computer Science Engineering
- Four or more years’ automotive system, subsystem, or component development experience
- Working knowledge of BCSE systems and its mechanical, electromechanical, and electrical components – scope includes Electrical systems for Body Controls, Closures Systems, Power mode, Lighting Systems, Virtual Key and Car Sharing
- Understand vehicle development, verification, validation, and manufacturing processes
- Proactive / results driven individual with high levels of initiative
- Successful at solving complex problems
- High level of oral and written communication skills
- Ability to work effectively within multi-disciplinary, and globally distributed teams
- Self-motivated with the ability to work independently with minimal supervision
- Ability to learn and quickly apply new skills/knowledge
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