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Sr. Mechanical Design Engineer

Novi, Michigan
This position serves as a mentor for mechanical design engineers; on occasion this position will direct the activities of mechanical design engineers, per the direction of the Departmental Manager. Develop advanced product designs in cooperation with the appropriate engineering disciplines and technicians according to customer and federal regulations and specifications. Use CATIA Version 5 (Revision 19 or higher) CAD software at a highly skilled level to develop product concepts and designs of speaker assemblies and components. Create 3D models, assembly drawings and component drawings of product designs Create tolerance stack-up analysis on a speaker assembly’s components and its vehicle mounting interface. Analyze an amplifier or speaker assembly and its subcomponents with consideration to: Customer requirements and supplier capabilities. Cost and timing to ensure manufacturability, efficiency and quality. Utilize software tools such as FEA and thermal management analysis to confirm design integrity Uses analysis techniques such as the DFMEA and/or DRBRM to identify and assess design and manufacturing risks. Develops plans to validate the robustness of product designs. Travel occasionally to Harman, customer and supplier facilities, as necessary. Stay current on innovative manufacturing processes to facilitate optimal product design using Design for Assembly & Manufacturing methodology. Prepare technical reports and presentations for customer and/or internal use, as necessary. Create and release appropriate engineering documentation. Investigate and analyze appropriate data to verify intent and compliance of design to customer and government specifications and requirements. As required, direct and monitor the activities of less experienced mechanical design engineers, as required by the departmental manager. Provide leadership and mentorship to less experienced team members. Lead internal design reviews with peers and management to insure that new product designs are compliant to ‘Best Practices’ and ‘Lessons Learned’ requirements.

Requirements:

Experience with the automotive OEM vehicle development process for OEMs such as Chrysler, Ford, GM, Hyundai or Toyota Experience using other CAD tools, especially Unigraphics and ProEngineer Experience using Team Center Working Knowledge: Previous audio design experience Experience using analytical tools such as ANSYS or FloEFD Experience using MS Office s/w, especially Excel and PowerPoint Competencies: Drive for Results Team Player Change Orientation Customer Focus Self Awareness Ability to Plan and Organize Critical Thinking Skills Perseverance

Experience:

4-6 Years experience in OEM automotive product design, including: Experience in the design and engineering of injection-molded plastic components Experience in the design and engineering of stamped sheet metal components CATIA V5 CAD design skills Experience using DFMEA and/or DRBFM analytical tools Experience using PLM tools, especially ProductCenter and TeamCenter Working Knowledge: In-Depth understanding of the automotive product design and development process Proper drafting, dimensioning and tolerancing techniques, including GD&T. Knowledge of the APQP process

Education:

BSME, BSMET or related degree. Advanced degree, e.g. MSME, MSMET or MBA. Work experience beyond the minimum experience requirement may be an acceptable substitute for engineering degree

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