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System Engineer - Plymouth, MI

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Location:Plymouth, MI
Employment Type:Full Time
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  • Understand design and manufacturing of electronic control modules and components.
  • Experience working with vehicle electrical connectors, housings, and insulators.
  • Experience working with CAD concepts (Drafting, FEA, animation) for FCA and GM.
  • Working knowledge of device and tool development processes.
  • Ability to read schematics and understand GD&T.
  • Experience with spectrometer and luminance meter is a plus.
  • Working knowledge of issue mitigation and management systems (PLM) is a plus.
  • Engineer will be responsible for performing component level EE validation testing per DVP&R, generating reports, and documenting /tracking issues.
  • Field failure analysis and solution evaluation for production product issues.
  • Comfortable working with various CAD interfaces (CATIA, NX, Inventor).
  • Experience managing schedules and milestones.
  • Experience working with Unigraphics and Teamcenter. Includes creating measurement/motion data, implementing for FCA or GM.
  • Analyze customer and internal requirements and specifications and translates these into mechanical designs.
  • Self-starter with strong analytical and problem solving skills
  • Self-motivated, goal oriented, strong written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Perform Root Cause Analysis
  • Support OEM development stage events based on product development timing
  • Support electronic product design and development and OEM automotive subsystems.
  • Act as Liaison Mechanical Engineer and coordinate with MOBIS HQ and OEM for concept design thru final design requirements, including all design review / changes and feasibility reviews.
  • Control and support Mechanical Engineering data/documents delivery between OEM and MOBIS HQ.
  • Work on site at MNA and also frequently offsite at OEM facilities.


  • Engineering Degree B.S. in Mechanical Engineering or equivalent preferred.
  • About 5+ years of experience in Electronic product design or working in the automotive industry with a focus on injection molding, sheet metal stamping, and design.
  • Working knowledge of engineering concepts and principles.
  • Excellent communication skill in terms of collaborating with R&D, marketing, manufacturing, domestic and third party suppliers and customers.
  • Excellent ability to identify and drive resolution to engineering problems
  • Ability to travel to manufacturing locations in the USA and global locations



  • Previous automotive engineering experience at Tier 1 Supplier.
  • Design level Mechanical engineering experience with Major OEMs.
  •  International joint work experience.

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