Product Engineer

Company Name:
ASG Renaissance
Product Engineer">
Product Engineer
Type: Contract
Description: ASG Renaissance has partnered with a global Tier 1 automotive supplier to identify key staffing resources.
Product Engineering - CAE Lead Engineer 1
Warren, MI
Responsible for the creation and documentation of modeling plans to engineering team
and initiation of new processes and tools. Work involves high amount of creativity and
strong oral and written communication skills. Exercises high amount of independent
judgment with little guidance from supervisor.
Lead the creation of full vehicle Finite Element Analysis (FEA) models for
safety/crash structures, noise and vibration, Heating Ventilating Air Conditioning
(HVAC), exterior aerodynamics, and internal thermal
Present developed math plan and give input related to math plan to performance
integration teams, vehicle and program reviews
Coordinate cross-functionally for input related to plan development
Develop filtered parts list for global customers
Work to develop details of plan with customer depending on their discipline
Assess and document modeling processes
Develop standard modeling procedures to enhance model build quality and timing
Assist others with the development of modeling strategies and any additional
enhancements to the software
Coordinate and initiate enhancements to the modeling process and development of
Use CAE to lead the vehicle design. Support Crashworthiness development of advanced vehicle structure concepts for Architectural studies and Vehicle Programs in Advanced Vehicle Development Center.
Conduct analytical structural crashworthiness simulations using LS-DYNA software to evaluate full vehicle crashworthiness performance for high speed Frontal, Side, Rear impacts and low speed front and rear simulations, etc.
Generate technical/design solutions that meet vehicle crashworthiness performance targets outlined in the Vehicle Technical Specifications (VTS) in a timely manner, using analytical simulation and crash test results.
Develop and validate crashworthiness performance of vehicle structure, vehicle interior, occupant restraints, fuel system, etc., to meet VTS requirements.
Utilize safety standard work procedures for all simulations and assure high quality CAE models.
Work with engineering functions, program teams, suppliers, manufacturing and others to implement design changes as required to achieve vehicle performance.
Work with people around the world (Korea, China, Europe, Australia, South America, Canada, and Mexico) in global and collaborative environment.
Communicate information to and from internal and external customer organizations.
Unigraphics (UG) - Intermediate level
Knowledge of Microsoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint - Intermediate level
Knowledge of Lotus Notes or other email communication tool - Intermediate level
Knowledge of Finite Element Analysis (FEA) and
Aided Engineering
(CAE) software - Intermediate level
Strong interpersonal skills necessary to interact cross-culturally and cross functionally
Strong teamwork skills necessary for cooperation and collaboration with coworkers
Strong oral and written communication skills needed for presentation, reports and
garnering resources for project
Strong leadership skills needed to mentor and supervise work of modelers
Ability to develop model plans related to specific customer and deliver deadlines - 0 to 4
years experience
Ability to use basic root cause analysis to solve customer issues - 0 to 4 years experience
Knowledge Finite Modeling Analysis modeling - 0 to 4 years experience
Knowledge of vehicle development timing process related to model builds - 0 to 4 years
Ability to navigate Unigraphics (UG) to identify model content - 0 to 4 years experience
Position related experience in vehicle engineering discipline - 0 to 4 years experience
Position specific experience in Computer Aided Engineering analysis - 0 to 4 years
Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering
Location Warren , MI
Minimum Experience (yrs): 1-4
Required Education: Bachelors
Salary: Open

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