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The Powertrain Manufacturing Launch Engineer will Develop manufacturing process for Powertrain manufacturing lines and will work collaboratively with the project team on all stages of Powertrain line development from conception to launch. This is a unique opportunity to work with a great team to build a world class vehicle.
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RoleDemonstrate the ability to lead technical efforts of teams engaged in complex equipment engineering development.Develop manufacturing process for Powertrain manufacturing lines.Prepare and procure all items for station readiness for Powertrain line launchesAble to work cross-functionally with all disciplines involved in specifying and engineering Powertrain equipmentWork collaboratively with the project team on all stages of Powertrain line development from conception to launchAbility to efficiently implement engineering solutions on manufacturing equipment based on product design changesUtilize analytic problem-solving skills, including knowledge of 8D, Six Sigma, DOE, or similar certifications/ disciplinesUse of 3D modeling and simulations to validate equipment designsFamiliarity with equipment control systems, the equipment I/Os, and primary machine coding logic Work with layout engineering to prepare and optimize Powertrain line layoutsExperience working with the following equipment: robotics, end of arm tooling, pick and place automation, position sensors, material handling, fluid dispensing, deflection analysis, vision systems, conveyor and laser cleaning/ metrology
QualificationsBachelor’s Degree in engineering required3-5 years in Powertrain Equipment/ Manufacturing/ Process EngineeringExperience in the automotive Powertrain equipment design/ sustaining is a mustAbility to influence outcomes and drive initiatives in complex environments.Possesses strong presentation skills and communicates clearly and professionally at various levels both inside and outside the company.Working knowledge of AutoCAD, Catia, and DelmiaWillingness to travel up to 25% of the time.