The Module Project Engineer will be a key part of the Comfort Occupant and Restraints Systems (CORS) Module team, reporting directly to the Architecture Module Leader.
The Module team are responsible for the delivery of Cross-car-lineL Modules, Software and Sensors, for Restraints, Seating, Closures, Security, Occupant Sensing, Personalisation and Self Learning Car systems.
- Co-ordinate all activities to ensure the robust delivery of Module targets to tight deadlines set by the assigned vehicle programme(s).
- Agree programme specific targets for Cost, Weight, Time and Quality are compatible across the Module, and track them accurately throughout the development of the assigned vehicle programme(s).
- Agree and monitor investment, vendor tooling, D&D, and piece costs across the Module for the assigned vehicle programme(s). Manage project delivery across the Module functions
- Ensure cross-functional requirements are aligned and integrated into the teams delivery plans (e.g. sufficiency plans, FMA, DFMEA, APQP)
- Support the Programme Management Team cadence and deliver accurate Module status, metrics and plans as required.
- Monitor and support the creation and maintenance of APQP and PSW delivery plans and associated deliverables.
- Manage the investigation, resolution and tracking of issues through the AIMS (Automated Issues Management System) ensuring issues are pended and closed robustly with supporting evidence.
- Previous experience of delivering complex commodities to a defined timeline
- Ability to lead the resolution of issues within a project team environment
- Experience of systems: AIMS, RMDV, RTC, WERS. iPLM, 3DLIve!, Digibuck etc. Experience of Google Mail, Google Drive, Google Sites, Google Sheets, Google Docs
- Degree (or equivalent) qualification in a relevant Engineering Discipline.
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
- Strong Project Management skills.
- Proven ability to deliver with minimum supervision.