This opening is for a Senior Process Designer / GM Process Designer background
For 2023 this will most likely be a hybrid work model: split between home and office.
(Home: M&F Office T,W,T)
Required Qualifications: Knowledge & Skills:
(No Product designers / Engineers)
Mechanical Designer for Body Assembly with Process Design skills, with knowledge of GM BOE and MD1 North American standards and specifications. Will be responsible to build and maintain a Siemens Process Designer PLM database for each architectural area (body sides or framing).
Individual to support the lead Designer in the creation of deliverables that are generated within Process Designer (Joining Data Sheets) as well as conducting maintenance work on the database itself. This person needs to work across multiple lead process people on multiple projects at any given time and support the Leader Designer in optimization of the assembly process and the initial creation of the Process Designer database.
Additional responsibilities will include generating various process designer reports for use by the design teams, utilizing Siemens NX CAD software to conduct various product investigations, checking or verifying database compliance to GM standards as well as attending GM user group meetings ect.
Good understanding of BA GEO and Fixture Tools for Framing, Bodyside Systems and Sub Assembly. Knowledge of auto assembly strategies (i.e. part flow within an assembly plant / body Shop), vendor coordination (importing Weldguns, End of Arm Tooling, etc.), work in model space and paper space, basic understanding of how a GEO and Respot Systems function.
Moderate/Strong PLM Database experience
MS Office experience required (Word/Excel/PowerPoint)
Experience in tracking/reporting engineering change
Able to work in small Engineering teams
BIW Processing or MD experience preferred
Siemens NX experience preferred
GM Team center experience preferred
Understand product structure and welding practices.
Minimum 3 to 5 years of work related skill and Knowledge or experience is preferred
Understanding of Mechanical Design Sequences / Controls documents to Controls Design, preferred but not required.
Associate Degree, preferred but not required.
Basic NX Functions
Basic 3D Modeling Functions
Basic 2D Drafting Functions