Interior SCE Cost Lead is responsible for developing purchased component technical costs and leading a team of Cost Engineers to ensure accuracy of cost driver assessments in support of vehicle programs.
The Embedded Software Engineer will participate in a team of Engineers responsible for the development of embedded control system for advanced battery management system (BMS) in electrified powertrain applications.
The Business Process Specialist is responsible for leading development, support and deployment of IT solutions for powertrain engineering. Key areas include enabling the core engineering, electrified powertrain, powertrain embedded software, dyno testing and calibration groups.
The Senior Engineer will be responsible for communicating analysis results in oral presentations and written reports, working together with vehicle engineering, powertrain engineering, and planning to establish competitive trends, program targets and identify gaps and opportunities.
The Integrity Responsible (IR) Engineer is responsible for leading and coordinating design integrity assignments for body, closures and exterior systems. The IR Engineer uses CAD (CATIA or NX) and is responsible for interrogating geometry, assuring homologation compliance, coordinating with the perceived quality group and managing CAD data for milled properties.
The Project Chief in Body Electromechanical is a Technical Design Program Manager with responsibility for leading the design and development activities for body electromechanical systems and components on a vehicle program.
Direct and coordinate the activities of maintenance department employees to perform timely and quality preventive maintenance, routine maintenance, and emergency repairs while maintaining a high level of productivity and client service.
The Business Development Manager will lead and contribute to the assessment of new business opportunities and will have a substantive role in the financial analysis, negotiation, approval and execution of key business arrangements with other automotive manufacturers, technology partners, suppliers and other third parties.
The Diesel Calibration Engineer is responsible for developing test plans, establishing goals/timelines, and communicating status of a project to completion. The Engineer will plan and coordinate day- to-day activities including interaction with technicians and support engineers.