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Compartment Integration Designing Engineer (CIDE) - ENG0034370

Warren (Tech Ctr), Michigan, US

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Responsibilities:


  • Lead IP/Console Compartment Integration Team meetings
  • Lead cross-functional meetings with the goal to integrate (package) all the parts and subsystems collaborating with Studio, SMT’s, safety, human factors, manufacturing, dimensional engineering, etc.
  • Develop meeting agendas and publish minutes
  • Develop Vision Assessments of telematics, greenhouse, and clusters
  • Resolve architecture (packaging) issues
  • Lead the resolution of vehicle packaging issues utilizing physical and math model reviews through the CIT / Design Review process
  • Create concepts and develop proposal to resolve issues
  • Use trade-matrices to study alternatives while considering impacts such as cost, mass, timing, design for assembly, dimensional variation and other program imperatives
  • Document open issues, status and closure. Write PRTS’s as needed
  • Create, develop and update architectural best practices in unison with using SMT best practices ensuring the latest technology is comprehended through benchmarking.
  • Conduct design studies based on tracking models in VAS
  • Ensure all parts are accounted for and packaged to meet engineering and program requirements
  • Develop package that allows design surface needs to be met
  • Review tracking vehicle to identify issues
  • Support physical mock-up activities as needed
  • Incorporate the Voice of the Customer in package design (Six Pillars)
  • Understand (retail) customer needs in the area of spaciousness, driver visibility, and  IP and Console storage
  • Develop space claims and package solutions to meet customer needs while maximizing the utilization of space
  • Identify and resolve if six pillar targets - – escalate as appropriate until resolved.
  • Conduct Peer reviews
  • Support the CIDE/SDE in the development of solutions to meet customer needs while maximizing the utilization of space/
  • CR Driver Position Worksheet filled out at the GVDP gates
  • Develop Driver Accommodation Competitive Data to support AE chart
  • Lead the development of Interior criteria
  • Develop criteria to support surface development while balancing all requirements
  • Develop  typical sections and support design execution sections (DES)
  • Maintain VIM (where criteria is housed)
  • Conduct/Support design review meetings
  • Identify and resolve math issues to Support Math Virtual Assessments & Synch Point reviews (define active role of CIDE)
  • Own the Decision Fix Point (DFP) deliverables to support studio theme. Collect, optimize, deliver and assess
  • Provide criteria to studio engineers for development of Zones & Limit Models
  • Demonstrate GM Core Values and Behaviors

The policy of General Motors is to extend opportunities to qualified applicants and employees on an equal basis regardless of an individual's age, race, color, sex, religion, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression or veteran status. Additionally, General Motors is committed to being an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and offers opportunities to all job seekers including individuals with disabilities. If you need a reasonable accommodation to assist with your job search or application for employment, email us at Careers.Accommodations@GM.com. In your email, please include a description of the specific accommodation you are requesting as well as the job title and requisition number of the position for which you are applying.

Qualifications:
 
Basic Required

  • 5+ years experience in a related area
  • Understanding of engineering theory and principles of automotive design
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently and with others
  • General interest in product design, particularly automotive
  • General interest and ability to integration complex systems
  • High level of analytical ability where problems are unusual or difficult
  • High level of interpersonal skills to work effectively with others
  • Familiarity with manufacturing processes
  • Demonstrated skills on CAD - Unigraphics systems
  • Basic understanding of Engineering Specifications
  • College degree with a major in engineering or established substitute (Technical associates + Mich. Tech Univ. DE Certificate during DE transition period)
Basic Preferred
  • Engineering Degree (B.S.) in  Mechanical Engineering
  • Courses preferred: Statistics, Mechanics of materials, Vehicle/occupant packaging, Integrated Design
  • DFSS Certification

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