In this role, you will consult and collaborate with various engineering and design professionals, including communicating both within project teams and with customer, supplier, manufacturing and quality personnel.
The Developer III is responsible for the design, development, maintenance, troubleshooting and testing of their work. In addition, this individual is recognized as a subject matter expert in either programming, product or platform, and will function as a mentor and work on large and complex development initiatives tasks.
The Tool and Process Engineer is responsible for planning, and maintaining stable and capable production/business processes as they pertain to equipment, facilities and tooling functionality following the WCM model.
Responsible for programming and software development using various programming languages and related tools and frameworks, reviewing code written by other programmers, requirement gathering, bug fixing, testing, documenting and implementing software systems.
Generate high voltage (HV) system vehicle functional requirements, algorithm change requests and component performance standards. Participate and contribute to Design Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (DFMEA) for multiple programs.
Develops cost estimates for new equipment, consumable usage, perishable tooling usage, rework, and scrap for new programs. This will include interfacing with Dura process experts and outside suppliers.
Develops, evaluates, and improves manufacturing methods, utilizing knowledge of product design, materials and parts, fabrication processes, tooling and production equipment capabilities, assembly methods, and quality control standards.
You provide application software development services or technical support typically in a defined project. Develops program logic for new applications or analyzes and modifies logic in existing applications.
The Linux HPC Engineer will be responsible for planning, development, implementation and maintenance of the overall integration of the computing platform, e.g. hardware, systems software, operating systems, and storage for hosts and/or clients running the Linux operating system.
The PASD Wiring Systems Engineer is responsible for managing logical connectivity data for a wiring program. The additional responsibilities include harness topology and partitioning and the harness complexity to product plan including give away circuit management.