Product Powertrain Engineer
Engine program management that will deliver new engine programs by leading engine component system integration and trade-off studies for optimal function, quality, cost and weight balance.
- Support CPMTs to meet performance, package, cost and timing targets
- Support design review/ forums and drive issues to resolution to support required design freeze timing.
- Coordinate Engineering design and fit reviews
- Coordinate management program reviews to report status to major milestone events
- Coordinate prototype engine builds and resolution of build issues
- Manage the design verification for the complete engine and assigned subsystems and ensure completion at required gateways
- Coordinate with Engine Manufacturing on the machining and assembly of the engine
- Coordinate issue resolution with Manufacturing at Vehicle Assembly Plants on Pre-Production and Launch Issues
- Manage the master Bill of Material, including changes in weight, cost and complexity
- Support engine plant quality meetings
- Identify and implement ideas that support cost reductions and quality improvements
- Lead cross functional engineering teams to resolve critical development and launch issues
- Support engine teardown reviews
- Identify and implement product design changes for quality improvement actions
- Familiarity with corporate systems including WERS, AIMS, eFDVS, Teamcenter, etc.
- 2 to 5 years of experience in powertrain engineering
- B.S. In Mechanical or Electrical Engineering or equivalent
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.