Advanced Battery Project Engineer
Hybrid: This role is categorized as hybrid. This means the successful candidate is expected to report to Warren Michigan three times per week.
The Project Engineer for the Advanced Battery team will be responsible for leading or supporting the execution of a high voltage, battery pack technology development projects. She/he is involved with the latest battery technology in General Motors electrified vehicle portfolio for both current and future vehicles. She/he might act in a support role, or lead a high-performance team of battery engineers and will lead multi-functional collaboration. The Project Engineer will directly affect the quality, durability and performance of future hybrid, plug-in and battery electric vehicles manufactured by GM.
What You'll Do (Responsibilities)
Utilize the ATW process to support or lead the execution of projects aimed at new or advanced technology demonstration in readiness for integration into the Balanced Architecture (BA) process.
Establish and lead project meetings.
Assemble and execute detailed ATW timing plans aligned to BA execution.
Lead creation of component, sub-system or fully integrated Battery Pack system and subsystem math models
Actively participate and contribute toward Battery Team innovation and ideation related activities targeted towards establishing proactive high value solutions in the battery space.
Establish the business case for the application of new technology and demonstrate cost/benefit/risk and other key metrics and deliverables as output of assigned projects.
Ensure all documentation is up-to-date and stored in GDM, teams, or other designated storage locations.
Ensure pack meets all BoD/BoM functional requirements and determine requirements where invention is required.
Lead technical resolution for Battery Pack analysis and component level issues
Work with related Battery Architects and Design Integration Leaders to ensure compliance to and compatibility with battery spatial interfaces.
Interface and negotiate with key program stakeholders as well as package and product interface teams - e.g. vehicle structures team.
Manage timing expectations and execute ATW projects according to the DSRV process.
Additional Job Description
Your Skills & Abilities (Required Qualifications)
Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering
5+ years’ of experience in battery engineering with a background in one or more of the following areas- battery pack mechanical design and development; battery cell design and development; battery pack electrical integration and controls, vehicle integration for battery packs, or battery performance development and safety.
High voltage or electrified vehicle safety training and hands on work experience
Excellent computer skills including analyzing data, crafting presentations
High level understanding of engineering theory and principles of automotive energy storage systems
High level of analytical ability where problems are sophisticated
Time management skills to meet agreed upon customer work, able to run multiple projects
Interpersonal styles and communication skills to both lead and work optimally with local and international team members
Technical writing ability to build written engineering evaluation reports
Ability to read, interpret and generate engineering drawings and specifications
What Will Give You A Competitive Edge (Preferred Qualifications)
Master’s degree in Engineering or Management
7+ years’ of experience with a major automotive OEM and/or supplier
Experience in structural, thermal or electrical analysis
DFSS Black Belt Certified
Experience with Unigraphics NX or other CAD Software
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