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Complete required training at various sites around GM and suppliers, travel required -Electrical College
Learn new technologies associated with VIP Electrical Architecture and effectively transfer key learnings to appropriate plant team members
Off shift voice for Electrical Team, support all functions on the off shifts feed forward issues the Electrical Team
Ensure documentation (schematics, etc.) to help with early in plant builds for repairing new product, working with the PPO Lab Check team during IV Build at PPO for identification of faults and fixes.
Document all Lab Check failures with PRTS, and work with Software IRT prior to IV exit for a planned demonstration date
Support EOL test event at appropriate US site (i.e. Warren Tech Centre, Flint, Milford, etc.) if applicable
Work with the Electrical IRT team to resolve EOL issues
Document lessons learned for process and product improvements - read across to other Diagnosticians
Utilizes the plant quality reporting systems (i.e. GSIP/MERS/PRTS) to identify and eliminate process / product variation
Utilizes the applicable plant testing systems (ie GBFTT, AVT, DVT) to improve and correlate plant electrical performance
Reports pass rate performance for all applicable in plant testing systems (ie GBFTT, AVT, and DVT) and leads corrective action plans.
Support GCA with electrical issues – first responder (verify failure mode), support root cause and feedback to the owner on the Electrical Team (Factor 20/50)
Help support repair team members in reporting incorrect schematics to service for correction
Support repair team in gaining access to external systems (MERS/Service Information)
Lead disconnect workshop during launch to develop database for repair faults (knowledge-based repair systems) in GSIP between PVBns and PVBs
Support training for repair personnel on service diagnostic tools (i.e. GDS2/MDI/Buffalo, via Raytheon or applicable company).
Key contact for Final Process repair team helping with training, troubleshooting vehicle issues, repair root cause entry into GSIP, Service Information schematic and other issues, Plant repair diagnostic tool (GDS2/MDI) and reporting systems
Lead Electrical troubleshooting efforts for VIP for the plant:
Diagnostic Trouble Shooting/ Support No Trouble Found process
BoO-Electrical - 322 - Electrical End of Line Tracker
This role does not replace the need for Final Process Group Leader
Coordinate the collection of key learnings from plants launching VIP prior to your site - make sure they are implemented at your site
Create electrical repair standardized work (Final Repair)
Support proper GSIP documentation (upload defect pictures in GSIP)
Track all diagnostics issues to closure prior to SORP
Will report to the Lead Launch Electrical Coordinator
Lessons learned with multiple shifts will have a Lead Diagnostician and the off shifts will
Minimum 3 years previous experience with automotive electrical sub-systems
Strong interpersonal and team building skills
Strong written and oral communication skills
Strong analytical ability
Able to make decisions quickly with a high level of confidence
Must be able to continually innovate
Must be able to help root cause highly complex issues and work well with Product and AVG Engineers and then translate executive summaries to non-technical people
Thorough working knowledge of GMS as well supporting BIQ IV deliverables
Prior manufacturing plant experience in either Electrical or Plant Floor Operations
DVT Experience or Electrical Engineering
Supervisory role on plant floor, experience with managing Unifor-represented employees
Thorough knowledge of Manufacturing Requirements and how they impact the build process
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We encourage interested candidates to review the key responsibilities and qualifications and apply for any positions that match your skills and capabilities.
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