Lead Design and Release Cooling System
- Lead Design and Release of PT Cooling Systems that meet or exceed Quality, Cost, Weight, and Functional requirements - Develop robust commodity workplans to support program timing and deliverables as per GPDS disciplines. - Coordinate with interfacing activities such as PMT/ PAT, Purchasing, Engine, Climate Control, Vehicle Engineering, NVH, HPUT, Calibration, STA and Body Engineering to drive compatible/optimal designs that meet QCWF targets - Good working knowledge of key Cooling components- Radiators, Cooling Fans, radiator hoses, Engine and Transmission Oil Coolers. - Lead and manage all DV testing - Manage design development through leadership of CPMT meetings, design reviews, drive for commonization, meeting GPDS milestones and management of supplier(s) - Document design, development and signoffs in evidence books and complete all required GPDS documentation - Manage APQP/ PSW process to achieve a flawless launch - Lead issue resolution during launch. This includes providing onsite support for launches on as needed basis and supporting all launch meeting cadences. This includes co-ordinating meetings and design and release of key changes between the onsite launch teams, suppliers and lead engineering activities
Design and release experience in Powertrain Cooling or in Powertrain
Customer feedback: Prior design and release experience is preferred; i.E. 1-2 yrs exp as a minimum.
Customer feedback: Prior design and release experience is preferred; i.E. 1-2 yrs exp as a minimum. Rate commensurate w/ experience.
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.