Ford Motor Company Inverter Process Systems in Boston, Massachusetts
Inverter Systems Controller process systems engineer to manage the assembly and testing process for the ISC. Work closely with the manufacturing team to ensure a robust assembly process and develop design rules and engineering specifications for each process.
What you’ll be able to do:
Benchmark Inverter manufacturing and assembly processes
Manage Inverter components PFMEAs
Develop specifications for manufacturing and assembling Inverters
Work with PTME to develop and execute Dynamic Control Plan and Product Validation Test plan
The minimum requirements we seek:
Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Industrial Engineering or related field
2+ years of automotive industry system engineering experience
Our preferred qualifications:
Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Aerospace Engineering or related field
4+ years of automotive industry system engineering experience
2+ years of manufacturing plant launch experience
Experience in Ford WERS/AVBOM/AIMS/eFDVS/GPDS/Integrator systems desired
Working level knowledge of CAD/CAE with an ability to coordinate CAD support
Proactive, self-motivated, and attention to detail
Strong teamwork, organizational, oral communication, and written communication skills
Strong leadership skills, able to effectively interact with multiple internal and external stakeholders
Proven ability to handle multiple assignments with competing priorities
Minimal travel expected
What you’ll receive in return:
As part of the Ford family, you’ll enjoy excellent compensation and a comprehensive benefits package that includes generous PTO, retirement, savings and stock investment plans, incentive compensation and much more. You’ll also experience exciting opportunities for professional and personal growth and recognition.
If you can help us redefine the future of automotive, we’d love to have you join us!
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Masters in Electrical or industrial Engineering or Equivalent Work Experience
Good understanding of Inverter Hardware & Key Systems Interactions
Extensive knowledge of key attributes (Range / Fuel Economy, NVH, EMC) and key hardware elements (Weight, Cost)
Experience working with supplier market tests, working with Ford Planning and Purchasing
Proven people leading skills to guide team of engineers to achieve flawless delivery
Excellent communication, instructing, presentation, including to senior management
Broad interpersonal skills, enabling team facilitation and effective interfacing with multi-functional teams
Requisition ID : 3400
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