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Powertrain Applications Engineer

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Location
Detroit, MI
Salary
$95,000 - $105,000
Job Type
Direct Hire
Date
Jul 11, 2017
Job ID
2494817
Powertrain Applications Engineer
Detroit, MI

Job Summary of the Powertrain Applications Engineer:

One of our client, a global leader in design, engineering, validation and manufacturing of driveline, metal forming, powertrain, and casting technologies for automotive, commercial and industrial markets is looking for a Powertrain Applications Engineer to support them in design verification and process validation test plans for powertrain applications. If you have a good experience with powertrain and DFMEA, then this opportunity is well suited to you.


Responsibilities of the Powertrain Applications Engineer:
  • Act as a front-line technical liaison to maintain relationship with OEM, tier customer, engineerin teams and technical teams.
  • Work with internal teams such as product development, supplier quality, warranty and six sigma to get feedback on current products, resolve issues and to get the approval for product or process changes throughout the program life cycle.
  • Identify and analyze customer needs and convert them in new business opportunities.
  • Prepare presentations, demonstrations and training events for the customer groups.
  • Prepare and execute on design verification and process validation test plans.

Qualifications of the Powertrain Applications Engineer:
  • BSME (Masters preferred).
  • Atleast 2 years of experience with powertrains.
  • Ability to demonstrate or present or communicate with customer and cross functional teams.
  • Knowledge of Design Failure Mode Effects Analysis (DFMEA)
Compensation of the Powertrain Applications Engineer:
Salary Range: $95000-$105000 depending on experience


Location: Detroit, MI
Type:  Direct
Travel:  As required
Relocation Assistance:  Subject to review
Visa Sponsorship:  NO TRNASFER, NO OPT

Knowledge of the following areas may be helpful: OEM, "front-line technical liaison", troubleshoot, "trouble shoot", "design verification", "process validation", test, Powertrain, "Design Failure Mode Effects Analysis", DFMEA.