- Plan and lead the Chassis parts development.
- Create 3D model and 2D drawing of Chassis parts and suspension Assembly drawing.
- Study vehicle clearance with CATIA assembly model and actual vehicle test result.
- Calculate vehicle height and other simple suspension specifications and verify them by actual vehicle measurement results.
- Verify the cost and mass of Chassis parts and propose reasonable values to suppliers and purchasing division.
- Control Chassis parts evaluation in suppliers and TMNA evaluation divisions and analysis the results.
- Check supplier’s mass production process and propose some improvements.
- Work directly with other design divisions and evaluation engineers and Japanese counterpart divisions to determine root cause and countermeasure.
- Make some documents (PPR, ECI etc.), following TMNA official way.
- Bachelor’s Degree required.
- Around 10 years hands on work experience.
- Experience with Chassis engineering type role.
- Chassis parts design with 3-D CAD systems, CATIA preferred.
- Understanding suspension structure and related manufacturing processes.
- Understanding basic suspension specifications knowledge and calculation skills.
- Having skill to estimate Chassis parts cost and mass.
- Good oral and written communication skills.
- High level of interpersonal skills to work effectively with others.
- High level of analytical ability where problems are unusual or difficult.
MUST be authorized to work in the United States for any employer.
MUST be available to start working within 3 weeks of offer acceptance date.
SEGULA TECHNOLOGIES is hiring a Chassis Parts Development Engineer to join our growing team in Saline, MI.
We offer a competitive salary and benefits plan, and great opportunities for career growth!
With a global presence in 28 countries with 140 offices worldwide, SEGULA GROUP fosters a close relationship with its customers thanks to the expertise of its 11,000 employees.
SEGULA TECHNOLOGIES is an Engineering and Design Services company with a proven ability to boost innovation and competitiveness within the major industrial sectors, including Automotive, Aerospace & Defense, Energy, Rail, Naval, Pharmaceutical, and Oil and Gas.