Transmission Controls Engineer – Intermediate – Diagnostics


  • Support diagnostic quality by assessing implementation of component level functional diagnostics including diagnostic robustness for all designed fault codes.
  • Read transmission diagnostic improvements, cost reduction efforts through control logic development and other quality initiatives.
  • Support transmission calibration efforts by contributing to initial calibration guide development.
  • Support software changes and verification for production.
  • Create component level diagnostic DVP and PVE test procedures tied to the documented requirements
  • Generate INCA experiments directly from requirements document for testing
  • Description/Monitor Purpose
  • DTC and KFC tables
  • Initialization and Functional Requirements
  • Enable and abort conditions
  • Malfunction criteria
  • Measure variables list of input and output parameters
  • Calibration Labels
  • Flowcharts
  • Failure Reactions
  • Return to Normal Functions
  • Service Tool Descriptions
  • Execution Rate and Repair Actions


  • Bachelor of Science in Mechanical, Electrical, Aerospace, Computer Engineering, Applied Physics, or other related Engineering degree.
  • Minimum 3 years’ experience in powertrain controls (engine, transmission, driveline)
  • Experience in reviewing and communicating technical information
  • Experience working with and providing direction to supplier(s)
  • Work with cross functional teams; program management; issue resolution


  • May be required to drive a company car. Valid driver's license is required as well as a clean driving record.
  • Will be required to travel domestically (0-20%).


G-TECH Services, Inc. is a leading certified recruitment and placement firm that specializes in providing highly skilled staff in technical fields such as engineering, IT, procurement, finance and accounting. We have well-established relationships with some of the most respected companies in the country and know our clients’ job requirements and corporate cultures. Once...