General Motors Design Release Engineer - Power & Signal Distribution System - ENG0038198 in Warren, Michigan
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We are constructing ateam of engineers responsible for providing power distribution and wiring tocontrol the ever-increasing electronics and technological advancements in allour vehicles. This team ensures consistent power and control to all deviceswithin the vehicle.
The Power and SignalDistribution Systems (PSDS) Engineer is a key position responsible fordesigning and implementing the entire power and signal distribution system forvehicle programs. It is an electrical engineering position within the ProductDevelopment Team.
The position entailsworking closely with vehicle program teams, other Product Developmentengineering groups.
- Provides program specific requirements for sourcing process
- Provides technical background in PSDS supplier technical reviews
- Creates initial harness parts list and complexity studies
- Manages efforts of the supplier within the engineering factory
- Manages the cost, quality, mass, etc. for the power and signal distribution system including content and program changes
- Supports Pre-Production build events including both physical and virtual builds
- Ensures that the design, development, and electrical release of the Wiring System are integrated within the vehicle architecture with quality
- Conducts Product Development Team meetings to ensure deliverables and timing are met
- Provides assembly plant launch and remediation support
- Performs complex design analysis
- Releases parts and subsystems for production
- Communicates, coordinates, and consults with engineering departments and customers
- We want talented Electrical or Mechanical Engineers (even if you don't have previous wiring experience) with a skill for problem solving and drive for a challenging opportunity.
- Two or more years’ experience in job-related area
- Experience in Power Signal, Wire harness packaging, Battery Cables is preferred
- Understanding of engineering theory and principles of operation of mechanical/electrical mechanisms
- Specific knowledge of engineering discipline (e.g. mechanics, physics, metallurgy, manufacturing methods, electronics, software, control systems) within job-related area
- High level analytical ability where problems are unusual and complex
- Knowledge of engineering software and systems as it pertains to job-related area