General Motors Electrical Architect in Milford, Michigan
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We are looking for a high-performing Electrical Architect and Wiring Synthesis Engineer who is responsible for developing the Propulsion System control system wiring requirements and mechanization in conjunction with the Vehicle wiring architecture/mechanization. The candidate must be able to develop the Propulsion System control system wiring requirements and mechanization in conjunction with the Vehicle Wiring Architecture. The concepts may not always be well defined and the requirement generation may involve considerable research/investigation to be transformed into publishable requirements. The candidate must be an effective leader, communicator and collaborator.
• Generate wiring schematics per a Propulsion standard for all build phases
• Release versions of the schematic/functional partitioning into Mentor Capital and dynamometer diagnostic tool rendering
• Maintain Mentor Capital drawings and Library to verify wiring requirements (including grounding and fusing)
• Support Control System schematics set to the Test Lab personnel for use in the design and manufacture of dyno harnesses
• Work with Component Release Engineers and Suppliers to complete the Interface Control Documents (ICDe)
• Work closely with vehicle customers to review vehicle schematics and assure the integrity of the Propulsion information (Wiring Reviews)
• Participate as a member of the Electrical Mechanization COE
• Provide technical support to the Vehicle Wiring Harness Release Engineer
• Maintain program team portion of Propulsion schematics in Team Center with CR support
• Create and maintain library data
• Provide leadership in application of Propulsion to Mentor Capital
• Implementation and support of eSCI database (Library support)
• Organize and support Change Requests for Architecture/Software changes
• Participate in GSSLT
Propulsion wiring schematics
Propulsion wiring logical(s)
Approve propulsion Dynamometer Wiring Schematics
Review completed ICDe’s
Approve Propulsion wiring information for vehicle schematics
Harmonize mentor capital application with Propulsion
eSCI database implementation
Confirm eSCI site is populated with the component ICDe’s
Additional Job Description
BS in Engineering, Physics, Math, Computer Science, Information Technology or Chemistry
2+ years of experience in vehicle or powertrain control system development
Knowledge of vehicle or powertrain electrical systems
Demonstrated high level of analytical ability where problems are unusual or difficult
Knowledge of design for six sigma and red X design analysis
Results driven individual with high levels of initiative, urgency and proactive
High degree of functional/technical and program management skills
High level of communication and interpersonal skills
Good business acumen, organizational and strategic agility
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• Paid time off including vacation days, holidays, and parental leave for mothers, fathers and adoptive parents;
• Healthcare (including a triple tax advantaged health savings account and wellness incentive), dental, vision and life insurance plans to cover you and your family;
• Company and matching contributions to 401K savings plan to help you save for retirement;
• Global recognition program for peers and leaders to recognize and be recognized for results and behaviors that reflect our company values;
• Tuition assistance and student loan refinancing;
• Discount on GM vehicles for you, your family and friends.
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