• Release Engineer Level III

    Job Locations US-MI-Farmington Hills
    Posted Date 2 weeks ago(6/12/2018 12:20 PM)
    Job ID
    # of Openings
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

     Release Engineer Level III  Direct Position

    • Farmington Hills
    • Travel is a must


    Travel will vary pending the life cycle of the harness. There are times during the harness program where the Release Engineer will be required to be onsite during prototype or launch.


    You may travel anywhere from 50% to 80% domestic and international. Again, this one is hard to pinpoint because we cannot predict what program the candidate will be assigned to.


    All Release candidates must be open to travel in order to be considered for our openings.


    Must have 5 to 8 years automotive wiring harness experience


    • Mechanical or Electrical Engineering degree
    • Must have good customer relations—working with customers and being onsite at customer locations for troubleshooting
    • Professional demeanor at all times






    • Achieve program internal design/development expectations through product realization process
    • Support manufacturing design reviews/master sample reviews for respective harness
    • Comprehend/mark-up/sign off on 2D WH drawings
    • Submit all cost studies per SEWS development timing plan
    • Identify, track and resolve open issues
    • Develop and maintain DFMEA for respective harness
    • Participate/support cross functional team meetings/ Document/track/distribute lessons learned
    • Interface directly with external customer-PMT, PAT, customer engineers and launch team
    • Interface with systems engineers and 3D designers to develop and validate WH designs
    • Interface with internal customer SEWS/SWS cross-functional groups, program managers and division management
    • Support 100% on-time print release for all program milestones as identified in SEWS development timing plan


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