Sr. Controls Engineer (Level 7)

General Motor
March 20, 2023
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Description

Other responsibilities will include:

- You will analyze and implement product or machinery designs for the best method for manufacturing processes

- You will propose and evaluate the processes for equipment in assigned area

- Direct the design, development, and/or improvement of manufacturing processes for assigned area

- You will keep regular contact with partners outside the work group

- You will provide direction to small group of technical employees

- You may evaluate or monitor expenditures for processes and/or equipment

Additional Description

The GPS ME Controls Engineer shall provide strong support throughout the different phases of the GM New & Major projects. These include: Statement of Requirements, Technical Review of Proposals, Design and Build Review, Machine Runoff, Installation at GM Site, Debug and Startup, Ramp-up support.

The Controls Engineer follows the lead of the GPS Manufacturing Engineer. He/she specializes on Machine Controls & Automation as described in section IV.

Along with the GPS ME, the Controls Engineer is responsible for the timely delivery of the OEM Machinery & Equipment and for ensuring a Flawless Launch. Also, that the M&E fulfill GM's safety and productivity requirements.

The 7 level Sr. Controls Engineer differentiates from the 6 level Controls Engineer for any or both of the following: a) functional/technical skills, b) leadership and managerial skills. The 7 level Sr. Controls Lead is usually responsible for one whole GPS manufacturing plant (e.g. Engine, Transmission, Foundry and Battery).

I.Knowledge, Skills, Experience, and Competences

Please indicate specific knowledge, skills, and experience required to carry out position responsibilities. Where experience is required, please indicate how much and what type. Please indicate the level of formal education (or degree) required by the job. Use the GM Talent Management Tools to identify the key competences required (using Lominger process).Also indicate recommended previous GM jobs.

  • Knowledge: Controls & Automation, Electrical/Electronics, Information Systems and Networks, Robotics, Vision and Laser Systems, Fluid Power, Safety Norms and Regulations, etc.
  • Skills: Programming of Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC), Computerized Numerical Controls (CNC), Robots and other machine control devices and systems.
  • Experience/Education: Bachelor's Degree on Mechatronics, Robotics, Electrical/Electronic Sciences, Information Systems, or other related areas.
  • Recommended previous GM jobs: Maintenance, Manufacturing Engineering.
  • Other Competences:

    1. Functional/Technical Skills

    2. Problem Solving

    3. Dealing with ambiguity

    4. Drive for Results

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