Lead Application FMA Engineer
'- Lead application of Failure Mode Avoidance (FMA) to reduce high cost FSAs, Warranty and Stop Ships. - Support development of Vehicle Program and Modular FMA plans for Vehicle Components and Systems Engineering (VCSE) functions to deliver products that satisfy and delight our customers. - Lead Program FMA Analysis for 3-5 FMA items for a given VCSE function to achieve improved design robustness. - Apply FMA principles to develop new technology and assess Application Readiness (). - Support creation of 5Ds as necessary. - Work with FMA Coach Subject Matter Expert (SME) to develop a training plan to get to Master Level for all FMA Disciplines. - Work with DV and Reliability Subject Matter Expert (SME) in assessing Re-DV plans for parts/systems going through late program part churn. - Work with cross-function PRA SME to ensure FMA analysis has all necessary considerations from corporate Lessons Learned. - Interface with FMA experts for updates on latest FMA training, tools and techniques. - Provide Point of View for all Program Technical Design Reviews across multiple engineering functions.
- Experience in performing Failure Mode Avoidance (FMA) Analysis. - Experience in development of robust Design Verification (DV) plans. - Experience in statistical problem solving. - Experience working with and leading global teams. - Excellent communication skills. - Systems Engineering awareness. - Module Engineering awareness. - Experience in FEDE system.
Will consider entry level candidate
Min B.S. In Engineering.
Amanda is proud to be a part of the Contract Professionals, Inc. team. Part of her job allows her to assist candidates with finding new career opportunities. However, as a CPI Technical Recruiter, the most rewarding part of her job is helping military veterans, as well as transitioning military personnel; leading them to a career path that utilizes their skills and experiences.
Amanda enjoys photography and all things outdoors. Amanda has played golf for her entire life. Her motto is "Golf is life!" When she was 18 years old, she achieved a hole-in-one on a 249-year par 4.
Amanda's most cherished place in the world is her family’s cabin in Vanderbilt, Michigan.