The Quality/Operations Engineer will implement solutions related to plant strategic goals, troubleshoot operational issues, drive completion of action plans, execute projects, and share best practices with the engineering group.
The Fuel Systems Design Release Engineer will be responsible to design, develop and release fuel system components; specifically fuel tanks, fuel tank straps, and fuel pump assemblies to support one or more vehicle lines for all powertrain combinations and brand differentiation requirements.
The Design and Release Engineer for Body Power Hardware will be responsible for working with a cross functional team to design, develop, validate, and release power lift gate mechanisms for company vehicles.
EE Components Design Engineer will be responsible for developing and integrating EE wireless components/systems, leading the development of wireless technical solutions for multiple complex systems and components.
EE Product Engineer-Technical Cost Reduction (TCR) is responsible for planning, validating and implementing cost reduction projects and activities to meet annual vehicle material cost reduction business case targets of responsible areas.
The Interior Lighting Product Design Engineer will be responsible for the design, development, and release of all the Electromechanical core lighting components such as interior lights, lighting control modules, overhead consoles, vacuum cleaners, cooled and heated cup holders and bins.
The Functional Safety Control Algorithm Design Engineer for Electrified Powertrain will work within a team of powertrain controls, calibrations and integration engineers to develop monitoring algorithms per E-Gas.