Sponsorship: GM DOES NOT PROVIDE IMMIGRATION-RELATED SPONSORSHIP FOR THIS ROLE IF YOU WILL NEED IMMIGRATION SPONSORSHIP (e.g., H-1B, TN, STEM OPT, etc.) NOW OR IN THE FUTURE.
Hybrid: The position does not require an employee to be onsite full-time to perform most effectively. The employee's role enables them to work at a GM facility, or off-site as frequently as needed or desired.
The successful candidate will work with a multi-functional engineering team to develop, collect, document and maintain requirements for advanced control system algorithms, in the support of software development for advanced vehicle motion control systems. The students will be part of a dynamic team and will assist in the development and insertion of new vehicle technologies (vehicle controls, sensing, trailering and chassis systems, etc.) and adjacent innovation businesses.
We are looking for individuals who demonstrate creativity, initiative, and a high level of independent judgment and who share a genuine passion for technology and controls/electrical systems.
Pursuit of a Bachelor's (4th year students) or Master's degree in one of the following areas: Mechanical Engineering, Mechatronics, Electrical Engineering, Controls Engineering, Systems Engineering, Engineering Physics, Engineering Science
Able to work fulltime, 40 hours per week in Canada, and for 8 or 12-month term starting January 2024
Basic electrical and control systems knowledge
Have a valid Full G Ontario driver’s license, or equivalent out-of-province license
Highly adaptable with the ability to work independently and in a team environment
Ability to multitask and achieve team consensus on solutions proposed.
Instinct to drive conversations necessary to determine development tasks
Fundamental digital literacy including proficiency in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Teams
What will give you a Competitive Edge (Preferred Qualifications):
Experience with Controls Engineering, MATLAB, and Simulink