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ECM Design Coordinator

Indiana, USA

An ECM technical design coordinator will coordinate the production release activities of engine electronic control modules (ECM) and similar componentry including part assignment, failure tracking, engineering job requests, technical profiles, FMEA status, reliability assessments and compliance documentation. Communicate release status to design teams, product teams and component suppliers. Lead design reviews, failure investigations and similar activities. Track and monitor corrective action plans and integration of corrected designs into testing and towards production.

Must be U.S. Citizen or Green Card Holder to apply

ECM (Electronic Control Module) Design Coordinator Key Responsibilities:
• Review and document the design reviews, software issues, Design FMEA's between suppliers and customers.
• Work cross-functionally to create, review, and document technical profiles, engineering job requests, failure investigations, and production release activities.
• Create and manage to a project schedule
• Procure and assure delivery of production validation ECMs to customers for testing.
• Create when necessary, application and design guidelines.
• Review supplier compliance documentation, tech profiles, schedules, etc.
• Prepare and deliver technical status presentations utilizing Microsoft PowerPoint software.
• Write Engineering Job Requests for releases of drawings, part numbers, specifications etc.
• Conduct cross-functional design reviews and document them.
• Write test procedures to be followed during Design Assurance testing.
• Create concept development test plans and document in reports.
• Utilize Six Sigma/Functional Excellence to improve work processes.

ECM (Electronic Control Module) Design Coordinator Skills:
• Comfortable in an electronics lab and using various test equipment including oscilloscopes, logic analyzers, power supplies, etc.
• Comfortable with processes and procedures for finalizing development of new products and moving them towards production.
• Project management and communication skills
• Problem solving skills
• Design of Experiments, statistics, FMEA, FTA, etc.
• SW tools/skills: Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Project, Minitab, etc.

Experience in the Following Helpful:
• In industrial and/or automotive electronics.
• Electronics employed in harsh environments including high temperature and high vibration applications.
• Must be highly Responsive to Requests
• Foster teamwork: Builds effective teams committed to organization goals; fosters collaboration among team members and among other teams.
• Communication & presentation skills: written & oral
• Customer Led Quality attitude
ECM (Electronic Control Module) Design Coordinator Education:
Bachelor’s degree minimum in material science, physics, electrochemistry, EET (BS Electrical Engineering preferred)
Required 2 years’ Experience in Related Field

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