Sr Product Engineer

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Career Development Partners
Body Control Systems group, responsibilities for the Senior Product Engineer :
Designing product to meet customer structural, packaging and performance requirements
o Designing and developing test set-ups for the testing and evaluation of HMI features (buttons, rotaries, displays, etc.)
o Using DFSS and CAE analysis while developing and maintaining timing of engineering tasks to support program milestones
o Developing DFMEA and coordinating computational analysis of components, coordinating prototype builds and validation process and design validation testing
o Interact with customers to assure product performs appropriately in vehicle tests
o Participate in cross functional teams in APQP process throughout the product development cycle
o Oversight of development projects related to customer concerns and cost reductions
o Performing failure analyses and problem resolutions related to HMI feature concerns
o Drawing conclusions from analyses performed and writing formal reports, preparing and presenting analyses performed
o Creating finite element models translated from CAD models through UG NX or from 2D drawings
o Interact with product engineering staff to propose, evaluate and recommend necessary design changes or other solutions to improve quality or reduce costs.
o Understanding of design, manufacturing, cost and weight constraints necessary.
o Occasional travel to Manufacturing sites and Customer sites as required.
Minimum 6+ years experience with HMI product design or similar product, including plastics, cosmetics, backlighting. Five years of CAD experience. Exceptional written and verbal communication skills that specifically include the ability to concisely and accurately communicate technical information. Six Sigma Black Belt/ Green Belt certification preferred.

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