General Motors Electrical Architecture Engineer - GPS0003565 in Pontiac, Michigan

Role Summary

The Electrical architect/schematic engineer develops the Powertrain control system wiring requirements andmechanization for the dyno harnesses, in conjunction with the vehicle platform wiring architecture and mechanization. Theelectrical architect also helps support ICDe development by the component DRE.


  • Generate wiring schematics per a powertrain standard for all build phases
  • Release versions of the schematic into IVED/Mentor Capital
  • Maintain IVED/Mentor Capital drawings to verify wiring requirements (including grounding and fusing).
  • Provide control system schematics to the test lab personnel for use in the design and manufacture of dyno harnesses
  • Work with the component release engineers and suppliers to complete the component interface documents
  • Work closely with the vehicle customers to review vehicle schematics and assure the integrity of the powertrain
  • information (wiring reviews)
  • Provide technical support to the vehicle wiring harness release engineer
  • Maintain component interface documents
  • Create powertrain part symbols in schematic tools
  • Provide leadership in application of IVED/Mentor Capital to powertrain processes

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Required Skills and Experience:

  • Candidates must have one of the following engineering degrees: Electrical Engineering orComputer Engineering
  • Knowledge and 2+ years of experience in vehicle or powertrain control system development
  • Knowledge of vehicle or powertrain electrical systems
  • Demonstrated high level of analytical ability where problems are unusual or difficult
  • Knowledge of design for six sigma and red X design analysis
  • Results driven individual with high levels of initiative, urgency and proactive
  • High degree of functional/technical and program management skills
  • High level of communication and interpersonal skills
  • Good business acumen, organizational and strategic agility