The ECU Flash Programming Project Engineer will be responsible for developing functional requirements and interfaces for programming software, calibrations, and applications into ECUs within GM vehicles including Autonomous vehicles.
In this role you will be working with a dedicated team to lead the organization in establishing world class SW/FW Quality Management processes and tools. The ideal candidate has experience applying quality management techniques within SW/FW programs of varying levels of complexity.
Control panel concept and design based on line up information from the Mechanical Engineer; coordinate with other Project Engineers regarding schedule, design concepts and other status information on areas of concern.
In this role, the selected must have familiarity with a wide range of unit operations is desired (filtration, drying, batch and continuous distillation, heat exchangers, pumps, evaporators, instrumentation and controls, etc.).
The Project Engineer will work as part of a team to develop new and innovative automotive refinish spray equipment. Key responsibilities of this position include researching, designing and developing, testing and documentation of new products.
The incumbent will be responsible for project integrity and success against identified and agreed goals. Providing engineering and technical support to customers and internal departments, application engineering activities and documentation to support all activities.
In this role, the selected candidate will develop in-depth knowledge and understanding of projects or work orders assigned; identify all required details to be produced for the project and condense details to drawings.
Assist in tracking of cost for equipment, material, labor, subcontracts, and miscellaneous costs such as field services, rental equipment, tools, expenses, taxes, etc. for feedback in accordance with standard company procedures.