Sr. Wire Harness Engineer

Design and Development Farmington Hills, Michigan


Description

Project Engineer- GENERAL SUMMARY
Under general supervision, the Project Engineer is responsible for planning, conducting, coordinating and performing various engineering duties on multiple projects-new and existing.

Job Requirements
Mid level to Senior Level (5-10 years' related experience) and minimum BSME education required. 

Wire Harness Specific Job Requirements-

  •  Layout and Packaging experience.
  •  Electrical systems understanding
  •  Safe layout and harness routing understanding
  •  Harness workability (how to assemble) understanding 
Responsibilities during the Development Process (both digital and physical phases)

Study Harness Drawing and 3D Data, giving consideration to multiple requirements for performance, layout, and safety for both CPM and Console.

Study layout design direction to meet the above requirements for CPM and CONSOLE.

- Validate the CPM and CONSOLE and provide design feedback based on open issues (safety, workability..)
- Manage all open issues and countermeasures while collaborating with upstream and downstream customers.

Occasional special responsibilities may include:
 -Quality data analysis, seeking to more accurately predict
- CPM Assembly harness-connectivity equipment programming support



Project Engineer General Role- ESSENTIAL ACCOUNTABILITIES

1. Accepts engineering responsibility for all assigned projects.
2. Must demonstrate good communication skills to coordinate activities with other departments, locations, suppliers, and customers.
3. Must be proficient to create and understand engineering drawings and CAD data.
4. Conducts value analysis and FMEA studies
5. Submits timely schedules and technical reports in support of projects.
6. Monitors project programs to achieve project goals and satisfy quality, cost, and delivery targets.
7. Examines designs for patentable features and prepares the necessary disclosures.
8. Works with engineering staff members at customer locations in the development of designs, specifications, and requirements.
9. Complete the various project activities within the established budget and completion dates.
10. Assists manufacturing as requested in achieving cost targets, process improvement, meeting production schedules, and solving production problems.
11. Depending on assignments, may be required to specify, procure, and/or develop test instrumentation, fixturing, and equipment for product evaluations.
12. Performs other duties as assigned.