• Durability Engineer

    Job Locations US-MI-Auburn Hills
    Posted Date 4 weeks ago(9/26/2018 3:03 PM)
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  • Overview


    The Data Acquisition Foreman will perform the following functions:

    • Directly supervise 13 mechanic/technicians
    • Receive work order requests and assign daily work tasks to the team
    • Oversee vehicle instrumentation process, strain gaging, and transducer calibration
    • Monitor project completion dates and adjust resources to keep projects on time
    • Assign mentors to less experienced employees to assure training and work quality
    • Work directly with engineering to support their projects
    • Approve time card entries and vacation requests
    • Track work hours, vacation, sick time and lost time
    • Participate in weekly planning meetings with engineering
    • Post overtime sign-up sheet every week, keep overtime equalization list up to date and posted, and work with supervision to prioritize weekly O/T
    • Keep the lab neat and orderly
    • Order the necessary lab supplies
    • Maintain skill assessment and training matrix for mechanics/technicians.
    • Work with lab personnel to ensure they are cross trained and have the necessary skills
    • Work with the Facilities team, to ensure lab equipment is maintained/repaired
    • Support three other labs within the department and other requesters with data acquisition services



    • 2+ years of supervisory experience 
    • 2+ years Instrumentation, calibration and data acquisition experience/transducer experience
    • 2+ years’ experience performing vehicle road load data acquisitions, measuring loads, displacements, accelerations, strain, pressure. etc.
    • Proficient in Microsoft office software.


    • Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering
    • Experience working in Union Environment


    Travel and Driving Notes: 

    • May be required to drive a company car. 
    • Valid driver’s license is required as well as a clean driving record.
    • Travel not required


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