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Electric Machine Assembly Engineer

2021 年 6 月 18 日


Reliably delivering what’s needed today
There are few challenges as important today as creating solutions that support a cleaner, more energy-efficient world. This requires a commitment to constantly improve the transportation of people and things.  We, at BorgWarner, made that commitment decades ago and have since been creating technologies to improve efficiency, emissions and performance in all types of vehicles.
Constantly pursuing what’s next
Our proven track record has made us industry leader in clean, energy-efficient propulsion system solutions for combustion, hybrid and electric vehicles. We uncover strong trends and use smart science and technology to address a future based on varying regulations, consumer demands and automaker requirements.
Product leadership that’s changing the world
Our employees have earned trusted partnerships with customers and suppliers around the world.  We leverage these relationships to gain a deeper understanding of the challenges at hand and then do what it takes to develop the next solution.  Our strong operations and commercialization expertise result in high volume availability of competitive, efficient products that truly drive change.
BorgWarner PowerDrive Systems is currently looking for a “dynamic, results driven” individual to join as an Electric Motor Assembly Engineer supporting Rotating Electric Machines at our Indiana Technical Center (ITC) in Noblesville, IN. 

In this role, the Electric Motor Assembly Engineer is responsible for design, analysis, maintenance of internal standards and release of components and sub-assemblies used in BorgWarner Rotating Electric Machine products.  This position requires the engineer to work as part of a matrixed engineering organization to ensure proper design, analysis and testing of the assembly.  The engineer must be capable of working closely with Component Release Engineers (CREs), Product Engineers, Technical Product Leaders, CAE Analysts, and Test Engineers to design, analyze, and validate components and products to customer requirements.  The Electric Motor Assembly Engineer must work with manufacturing disciplines, GSM, and suppliers to release parts into production.  The candidate will be responsible for maintaining and applying design analysis and test standards associated with stator assemblies and insulation systems, material and design specifications as well as development of specific solutions in eMotor application.  

Key Accountabilities:
•    Understand design parameters surrounding Rotating Electric Machine components and materials
•    Create design standards such as: Design Criteria checklists, Design calculation standards, Design Review material; approve and maintain and present these documents as necessary
•    Perform engineering analysis on components and present rationale to program team
•    Perform component and sub-system performance simulations with MatLab and/or other software
•    Create and maintain DFMEAs for components
•    Create technical criteria for supplier selection and participate in the selection process  
•    Technical liaison between suppliers, engineering, customers, and GSM
•    Work with suppliers and internal manufacturing to assure feasibility of designed components
•    Approve and release engineering drawings
•    Create ADVP&R to validate component changes and work with technicians to conduct testing on components
•    Ensure that component related testing is included in assembly level ADVP&R for new release
•    Analyze components for wear and durability
•    Write reports relating to the outcome of tests and simulations performed
•    Promote component re-use through knowledge of the global component family
•    Review / Approve internal and external change requests
•    Provide technical support for component issues arising in validation or warranty
•    Provide cost reduction ideas for their respective component families
•    Provide opportunities for new technology approaches in the component family
•    Special Assignments - Responsible for support and completion of special assignments as required

•    Bachelor Degree in Engineering discipline required, Master degree preferred
•    5 years engineering experience required; but preference will be given to those with 5 or more years of engineering experience. 8+ years’ experience is ideal.
•    Engineering experience in E-Motor, E-Machine, or Electric Drive Module Product Design & Development required
•    Automotive experience highly preferred
•    Knowledge of FMEA, DFM/DFA and APQP required
•    Manufacturing and assembly process knowledge preferred
•    Good analytical skills for designing and analyzing component and subassemblies
•    Excellent communication skills in English required
•    Strong competency in Excel, Word, PowerPoint, etc.
•    Knowledge of Root Cause Analysis and/or 8D Problem Solving preferred
•    Knowledge of GD&T required
•    Self-directed/self-motivated 
•    Knowledge of MatLab and/or other simulation software
•    Excellent technical writing skills
•    Familiarity with reliability analysis
•    Knowledge of Siemens Teamcenter
•    Analyze components for wear and durability
•    Ability to travel locally or internationally on an occasional basis required

Core Competencies:
•    Creativity
•    Problem Solving
•    Interpersonal Savvy
•    Customer Focus
•    Functional/Technical Skills
•    Drive for Results
•    Ethics and Values
•    Business Acumen
•    Decision Quality
•    Process Management

This position will adhere to the Global Star Safety Program, including safety rules, practices and training as outlined in the BorgWarner Safety Policy Manual.  This individual will work in a manner that stresses the importance of preventing accidents and illnesses.  He/she must take every precaution reasonable in the given circumstance for the protection of themselves and co-workers.  In addition, he/she is responsible for reporting all injuries and/or possible dangerous situations, incidents, or occurrences to their immediate supervisor.
Equal Employer Opportunity Statement 
BorgWarner is an equal employment opportunity employer such that all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.


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