Technical Lead - Electrical and/or Electrical Systems Testing, Design, Analysis, Packaging, Validation

Location: Warren, MI

skills and responsibilities:

Knowledge in MS Word, Excel and
PowerPoint – Intermediate level Knowledge with Lotus Notes or other
email communication tool – Intermediate level Ability to work well with others,
exhibiting teamwork skills Partners with senior management to
analyze and solve issues Ability to multitask by handling
diverse assignments concurrently Mentoring skills necessary to provide
support and constructive performance feedback Expert knowledge of design, development
and test engineering, manufacturing processes, assembly operations and Central
Office functions General position related experience:
9-11 years Relevant auto industry experience in
Vehicle Electrical Systems Development required , min 9-11 years Past GM work experience preferred Areas of expertise include: Electrical and/or Electrical Systems
Testing, Design, Analysis, Packaging, Validation Regarded as an expert in the field of
vehicle electrical systems developmentGood interpersonal skills involving
ability to work effectively cross-functionally and cross-culturally Good written and oral communication
skills necessary for meetings and presentations Knowledge of vehicle electronic
architectureCommunicate with all impacted program
teamsGather component plans and critical
dependencies for implementation on a regular basisUnderstand global program structure,
launch plan and timing, and global program ownershipLead change management of impacted
programsMaintain a working knowledge of Open
Source Software principles and elementsEnsure teams are executing latest Open
Source Software requirementsCollaborate with ECU Design Responsible
Engineers (DREs), Tier-1 Suppliers, and Buyers for
clarification/correction/enhancement of the Open Source Software requirementsEnsure compliance to the Open Source
Software requirements. Providing support to users of the Open
Source requirements to resolve issues that may arise during its use Answer front line questions from
program teams and electrical teamsManage multiple projects with broad
scope, ambiguity, and high degree of complexityRemain knowledgeable of relevant
trends, technologies, and best practices for using Open Source SoftwareConsult with Supervisor as required Domestic and global travel, as requiredTrains, develops and evaluates
employees Develops and coordinates timing of
product design programs Provides technical support for solving
assembly plant problems Conducts engineering activities for VDP
pilot line programs Conducts engineering activities for
model year start of production programs Evaluates design proposals Coordinates overall engineering
activities with other departments and/or divisionsInitiates and evaluates cost studies Coordinates with vendors and/or
customers Writes technical reports and proposals Reviews legislative and regulatory
proposals or actions to determine impact on projects The Open Source Software Systems
Engineer supports execution of Open Source Software requirements and other
elements across global programs and multiple model years. Gather and analyze
electronic control unit implementation plans, communicate with a large body of
component owners and program teams. Drive change, communicate requirements, and
track critical dependencies for successful compliance of Open Source Software