General Motors Senior Machine Vision Process Engineer - MFE0003301 in Warren, Michigan
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General Motors AutomationStandards team is seeking a highly talented manufacturing engineer interestedin developing, maintaining and supporting global machine vision applications and standards for manufacturingautomation systems.
Review manufacturing system requirements and design robust vision applications
Create and document global vision strategy and standards for manufacturing requirements including error proofing, robot guidance and part quality. Develop scalable solution sets.
Interface with other ME departments and regional automation execution teams to gather feedback and document manufacturing requirements.
Interface with vision equipment suppliers and vision integration suppliers
Provide vision system hardware and software designs including: vision equipment devices, power distribution, I/O networks, software, and cost estimating tools.
Ensure vision application designs comply with GCCH, GCCS and Global Robot Standards.
Supervise detailed designs by contractors when necessary.
Specify vision system components, functional requirements and integration methods.
Evaluate and validate new vision technologies for use in manufacturing plants.
Provide on-site and remote technical support for: plant vision issues, newequipment startup, troubleshooting, reprogramming, diagnostic equipment usage, and interfacing with skilled trades personnel.
Provide training and documentation for global deployment of standard vision systems.
Educate the regionalexecution teams
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Basic Qualifications Required
Bachelor’s in Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering or equivalent experience
At least 10 years of experience with the design, build and start-up of manufacturing systems
Experience with setting up and debugging vision systems for error proofing, robot guidance or part quality
Demonstrated excellent level of analytical ability, communication andinterpersonal skills
Ability to manage multiple complex projects and assignments with a high level of autonomy
Occasional travel required within North America and globally to OEMs and plant sites
Experience with deploying robots in manufacturing systems
AIA Certified Vision Professional – Basic or Advanced Certification
Experience with plant floor systems (GPMC, GEPICS, GSIP, PERG, RPM/MERS)
Experience with developing GM Global Common standards (GCCH, GCCS, GRS)