Interior Integrity Responsible Engineer - HVAC Systems

FCA - Auburn Hills, MI4.0

Full-timeEstimated: $89,000 - $120,000 a year
EducationSkills
The Integrity Responsible (IR) Engineer is responsible for leading and coordinating design integrity. The assignment is for Interior HVAC Systems which includes compressors, HVAC modules, HVAC lines, ducts and outlets. The IR Engineer uses CAD (NX and Vis Mockup) and is responsible for interrogating geometry. The IR Engineer drives synthesis of interior HVAC systems with interfacing parts, provides solutions and improvements to design issues and assures best practices are incorporated. He/she collaborates with the releasing engineer to assure geometry is validated prior to corporate release and tool kick-off and communicates project status to senior engineering managers at regular intervals.

Basic Qualifications:
Bachelor's degree in Mechanical or Aerospace/Aeronautical Engineering or equivalent from an ABET accredited or equivalent program
Five years of relevant experience
Experience in design and release
Strong written and oral communication skills
Self-starter with strong leadership skills
Demonstrated problem solving ability
Working knowledge of Siemens Teamcenter or equivalent tool
Google Suite skills
Microsoft Office skills

Preferred Qualifications:
Design for Six Sigma (DFSS) Green Belt/Black Belt
Experience with Vis Mockup
Knowledgeable in regards to steels, weld parameters, stamping process and feasibility
Knowledgeable in regards to injection mold tool feasibility
Knowledgeable in regards electro mechanical components
Knowledgeable in regards to trim components
Experience with vehicle occupant and component packaging

Our benefits reflects the FCA commitment to helping you reach your personal and professional goals. In addition to an environment that promotes career development, we offer benefits for a healthy lifestyle and a rewarding future, designed to take care of you and your family, in various stages of life.

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