Qualified candidates will possess current knowledge and experience in the automotive vehicle electrical system configuration; operation, testing and diagnostics in an OEM repair or assembly plant/vehicle launch setting. The candidate would be knowledgeable in and possess current experience with the following areas of the automotive diagnostic procedures and/or assembly plant manufacturing engineering assembly and testing processes:
Drive Vehicle Test (DVT) or Roll Test
Vehicle and Engine Emissions Systems
Electrical System Configuration and End of Line (EOL) Integrity Test
Assembly Manufacturing Process Sheets (AMPS) design for the aforementioned areas would be required.
Vehicle electrical configuration and integrity testing process design and verification duties.
Electrical testing equipment interaction required.
A solid understanding and working knowledge of current vehicle electrical and communications systems is mandatory.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Researches engineering information to develop training materials on vehicle electrical systems for current and future production.
Delivers training to production employees on-site at clients manufacturing facilities.
Provides expert on-the-job coaching to repair technicians relative to determination of root cause and vehicle repair procedures pertaining to difficult electrical system malfunctions
Fulfills the role of a technical lead providing the client with expertise to help resolve engineering, product, and production issues during all phases of pilot build, product launch and production.
Provides input to client regarding training requirements for a particular vehicle, system or launch.
Works frequently as part of a cross functional team.
Travels to client sites as needed.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills