Warranty Engineer

Troy, Michigan – Movement Search & Delivery   www.movementsearch.com/jobs   is working with a world-class manufacturer of instruments for vehicles, agricultural, and construction equipment. Due to their growth, they have a newly created position for a Warranty Engineer.

What you will do: The Warranty Engineer is responsible for leading the activities of the warranty claims to shrink costs, reduction of claims, issue detection and internal escalation. The position assists in early detection of issues and participate in their resolution, monitors OEM warranty recovery systems/procedures and support internal cost avoidance, and initiates/evaluates the design of new products and the improvement of existing products. The role calculates stack-up of detail components, prepares mathematical computations, dimensional and tolerance studies in accordance with engineering/customer requirements, and revises existing part data per engineering direction. Additionally, the Warranty Engineer observes group and customer data standards for file construction and storage and designs consideration for cost saving initiatives.

What you will need: Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering. Working knowledge of OEM Warranty Systems. Mid-range experience in the manufacturing/engineering industry. Current experience in tier one automotive manufacturing. Experience with electrical or electronic instruments desirable. 

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

If you have ALL of the required qualifications for this position and are skeptical about sending in a resume to someone you have never spoken with, give us a call. We try to rise above the recruiting rhetoric by giving our contact information in order to provide you as much information as possible. We go to great lengths to work directly with the hiring managers for the positions we represent so our job descriptions truly reflect the needs of the organization.

Please send your resume and current compensation to:

Pierce Buster
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