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Senior Braking Sub-System Lead Engineer (SSLE)

  • Emplacement
    • Milford, Michigan
  • Horaire Full time
  • Posté

Description

Hybrid: This means the successful candidate is expected to report to their primary location (Milford Proving Ground) three times per week, at minimum.

The Role:

The Sub-System Lead Engineer (SSLE) is an individual contributor with recognized expertise responsible for tasks and work throughout the entire vehicle development lifecycle including requirements definition, design and implementation, testing, and problem resolution.  Agile, systems engineering, requirements and embedded controls development and calibration knowledge are a definite plus.  The drive and tenacity to grow technically and professionally while working on some of General Motor’s most exciting features is a must!

What You’ll do:

  • Perform complex sub-system analysis to define functional controls and hardware requirements, including the definition of:
  • Noise factors (e.g., aging, build variation, environmental, etc.)
  • Interface mapping (e.g., inputs to outputs)
  • Actuator and sensor performance requirements
  • Input to output transfer functions (e.g., latency, overshoot, oscillation, etc.)
  • Calibration requirements
  • Regulatory, safety and customer facing interactions (e.g., FE/CO2, DQ, Emissions, NVH, Performance)
  • Signal/data retention
  • Leverage physical (e.g., vehicle, bench) and virtual (e.g., models, simulation) to establish and test use cases and acceptance criteria for normal and degraded states of applicable sub-systems
  • Create and maintain Sub-System Technical Specification (SSTS) documents for applicable subsystems
  • Create and maintain sub-system specifications in requirements management software (e.g., Doors, Jama Connect, codebeamer, etc.)
  • Lead Triad meetings to generate Behavioral Technical Specification (BTS) documents
  • Root cause all appliable sub-system related issues and translate solutions into new or revised requirements
  • Create and maintain architecture models at the “Solution” level using Rhapsody.
  • Lead sub-system level FMEAs and collaborate on System and Component FMEAs
  • Use Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (FMEA) Integration Tool (FIT) for managing FMEA processes across applicable subsystems
  • Create and maintain Features, Stories, and/or Change Requests to manage requirements and specifications of sub-systems using change management tools (e.g., IBM Rational Team Concert, Jira, etc.)
  • Collaborate with Controls and Software Engineers to review software implementation ensuring compliance with requirements
  • Review Owner’s Manual and Service Information related to the applicable sub-system
  • Provide guidance and input for feature design verification plan by working with System and/or Feature Owners and Validation Engineers
  • Maintain open requirements issue list and review, track, and report on progress and status
  • Support advanced technical work projects that drive future features and vehicle enhancements

[Additional Description]

Your Skills & Abilities (Required Qualifications)

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical, Mechanical or related engineering discipline
  • Minimum of 5+ years of experience in the field of expertise
  • Strong analytical problem-solving skills, including independent judgment and decision-making skills, where problems are very unusual and extremely difficult
  • Demonstrated communication and interpersonal skills required to build relationships with team members and customers to solve problems and resolve issues
  • Physics-based understanding of the Voice-of-Customer
  • Ability to effectively communicate issues, status and recommendations to leadership
  • Proven ability in project management skills and ability to teach others
  • Ability to prioritize work with only limited direction from manager
  • This job is not eligible for relocation benefits; Any relocation costs would be the responsibility of the selected candidate

What Will Give You A Competitive Edge (Preferred Skills)

  • Masters or PhD in Engineering with an emphasis on Controls
  • Experience related to specifying physics of dynamic electromechanical systems (e.g., Brakes, Chassis, Suspension, Electrification, Thermal, etc.)
  • Experience with calibration, software, and controls development
  • Experience leveraging simulation environments and plant modeling for testing or requirements generation is a plus (e.g., Matlab/Simulink, CarSim, GT-Power, D-Space, ETAS, etc.)
  • Experience with requirements management tools (e.g., Doors, Jama Connect, codebeamer, etc.)
  • Experience with change management tools (e.g., IBM Rational Team Concert, Jira, etc.)
  • Experience with OBD regulations requirements
  • Experience with safety critical systems

Renseignements sur la diversité

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Déclaration concernant l'égalité d'accès à l'emploi (É.-U.)

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Aménagements (É.-U. et Canada)

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