Systems Engineer - Fuel Control Module

Plymouth, Michigan – Movement Search & Delivery   is working with an international, tier-one automotive supplier. Due to their recent growth, they have opened a Systems Engineer – Fuel Control Module.

What you will do: The Systems Engineer owns the full set of project requirements, begins requirements cascade into sub- systems, and reviews changes to requirements when there are conflicts. The role provides validation management, owns the final system validation plan, is responsible for recovery plan for validation failures, and supplies change management. The position owns the technical risk register and the supporting System–FMEA, manages risk and recovery plans for technical risks, and provides release management, chairing the Release Control Board, while also maintaining the product configuration. Additionally, the Systems Engineer – Fuel Control Module owns the total system architecture for a project, reviews changes to architecture when there are conflicts, and is responsible for the results of the requirements analyses.

What you will need: Bachelor Degree in Electrical Engineering. Current experience as a systems engineer. Experience in project and quality management. Automotive SPICE experience. Fuel Control Module experience. Powertrain electronics or body electronics experience. Software and hardware experience. Ability to travel internationally up to 10%.

What we offer: Honest and transparent representation to our clients…  it’s what we do.

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Please send your resume and current compensation to:

Sarah Shipman
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