In this role, the selected candidate will perform a variety of industrial engineering assignments in work measurement for the establishment of standards; plan and has oversight for utilization of inpatient and ancillary areas and personnel in departments or other subdivisions of the health system.
In this role, you will develop documentation that includes conceptual descriptions, task-based procedures, configurations, installations, and reference information. Track and report on overall and individual project status and deployments.
The selected candidate will design/develop new concepts for transmission control algorithms to support new powertrain systems. Optimize algorithm design through modeling, simulation, data collection, and analysis.
The selected candidate will coordinate and lead workgroups to execute trades studies to determine the optimum requirements balance. Lead and participate in system failure modes and effects analysis to discover requirements.
The selected candidate will provide results and technical consultation to battery DRE and system engineers and collaborate with broader engineering team for electrical system design integration, new proposals, problem solving, and system optimization.
The selected candidate will work with the suppliers to resolve supplier manufacturing issues, implement and monitor advanced quality planning systems, and provide technical support throughout the lifecycle of the product.
This position will take all incidents and issues related to Active Directory, Single Sign On, Remote access and other supported solutions; handle on call daily issues and free up the team to work on assigned projects.
The Project Engineer I (Transmission Controls) will be responsible for software requirements and confirmation of these requirements with the customer, developing control algorithms/software, debugging, validation testing, and integration.