Responsible for the effective use of personnel, material, and equipment. Participates in the training, developing and evaluating of hourly team members. Participates in the development of highly effective teams. Leads Global Manufacturing Systems(GMS) processes and serves as resource supporting launch and pilot activities in assigned areas. Meets or exceeds production cost schedule and maintains quality requirements. Maintains awareness of quality standards, and communicates department quality goals, and leverages resources to solve quality issues. Builds and maintains good working relationships with employees, union and management. Understands and consistently administer the National and Local Agreements between General Motors and the United Auto Workers Union. Implements and follows systems that prevent reoccurrence of known issues. Promote safe work practices and achieve objectives for ergonomics, health and safety and housekeeping. Motivates, trains and develops employees to effectively perform their jobs utilizing standardized methods. Ensure team members receive adequate JIT (job instruction training). Achieve production schedules and product requirements by applying lean manufacturing/synchronous principles with emphasis on variation reduction, control costs, and achieve productivity improvements. Coach, teach, counsel and mentor Group Leaders in these responsibilities.
- Electrical Engineer, Electromechanical Engineer
- Minimum 3 years previous experience with automotive electrical sub-systems
- ASE certification or similar
- Intermediate English Level
- Ensure compliance to the Electrical Bill of Operations (BoO) standards
- Drive corrective actions for electrical process issues and in-process tester issues
- Complete required training at various sites around GM and suppliers. (Travel required in this role).
- Participate in applicable launch activities such as virtual, prototype, and validation builds to ensure development and implementation of electrical processes within the vehicle assembly plant (and Value-Added Assembly (VAA) plants). Understand the build process and integrate electrical best practices and standards throughout General Assembly
- Work with supplier and Manufacturing Engineering Vehicle Systems (MEVS) to develop in-process electrical testers, providing product information and developing supplier timeline
- Complete tester validation at your site and VAA sites to ensure all possible connections can be detected
- Run dedicated Electrical 5F process for in plant tester station (VAA will be responsible for their test station and present data to GM)
Diversity and inclusion are our strengths. We respect and value what each individual contribution to our team, including their origin, education, sex, race, ethnic group, sexual orientation, gender expression and / or identity, religious context, age, generation, and disability. We believe that our ability to meet the needs and expectations of an increasingly diverse and global customer base is closely linked to the diversity and inclusion that we experience within General Motors.
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