• Designer CATIA V5

    Job Locations US-MI-Farmington Hills
    Posted Date 3 weeks ago(5/1/2018 9:36 AM)
    Job ID
    2017-1465
    # of Openings
    8
    Category
    Other
    Type
    Contract - Full Time
  • Overview

    Designers with Catia V5 and Wire Harness Experience.

     

    Team Center a Plus

     


    The designer will be responsible for wire harness design and packaging for manufacturing, assembly and serviceability.

    Knowledge of wire harness subsystems and components. 

    Participates in design reviews, documents and maintains part specifications. 

    Knowledgeable of vehicle development process and communicates effectively with engineering and design external and internal. 

    Has understanding of GD & T principals, part tolerance and cad management skills.

     

     

     

    *Design and Release Wire Harness assemblies at Company (Utilize Team Center)

     

    *Perform DPA assessments, Digital buck checks and the identification of inefficiencies

     

    *On time issue resolution to support Sumitomo’s development timing plan/external customer milestones

     

    *Follow CAD Design/Release process

     

    *Good communication, time management and interpersonal skills required

     

    *Actively support 3D CAD deliverables to ensure external customer milestones are met

     

    *Support day to day decision making affecting design solutions and implementation

     

    *Maintain 3D CAD deliverables to ensure external customer milestones are met

     

    *Effectively communicate and resolve open issues with cross-functional team members

     

    *Develop 2D stick drawings (diagrams)

    Qualifications



    Requirements:
    *GED/High school diploma
    *5 plus years experience
    *Wire Harness design experience
    *Catia V5 experience is a must
    *Routing and packaging experience

    *Teamcenter/ Vis Mock-up preferred

     

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