FCA offers entry level candidates an outstanding opportunity to launch a successful career with a major automotive company known in the industry for speed, style and innovation. FCA produces some of the most recognizable vehicles in the world, and whether you are just starting your career or ready to take your career to the next level, being an Engineer in the Supplier Quality Organization at FCA offers hands-on experience dealing with real world challenges and provides rewarding opportunities.
As an Engineer in Supplier Quality you will utilize your skills to bring together a cross-functional team of FCA and supplier personnel to identify and resolve vehicle issues. Positions within the Commodity Supplier Quality (Body, Exterior, Interior, Chassis, Engine Systems, Electrical and Powertrain) and Plant Supplier Quality teams are responsible for managing all aspects of the Supplier Quality functions and offer exciting and challenging opportunities to work in a role that influences every aspect of the vehicle creation process.
Supplier Quality Engineers are exposed to the parts and processes throughout the vehicle and our engineers have opportunities to travel to multiple supplier manufacturing locations within the US and Canada to conduct quality planning and production demonstration runs, as well as interact with the latest technologies and processes in the manufacturing arena.
Most entry-level engineering opportunities are located at the Chrysler World Headquarters and Technology Center in Auburn Hills, Michigan, but we also have a need for engineers in our manufacturing facilities located in Michigan, Ohio, and Illinois.
Responsibilities of these positions include but are not limited to:
- Working cross functionally with Engineering, Manufacturing, and Purchasing to ensure proper designs, suppliers, and manufacturing processes are selected
- Driving change within both Plant Manufacturing and component suppliers to resolve component issues
- Ensuring component suppliers processes are robust and capable
- Leading problem solving activities with internal and external organizations
- Managing key component quality milestones
- Developing and presenting program status updates and articulating open issues to senior leadership
- Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical, Electrical, or Chemical Engineering from an ABET accredited program
- Bachelor's degree or higher completed by December 2016 / June 2017
- GPA of 3.0 or higher (based on a 4.0 scale)
- Ability to work in a manufacturing facility
- Strong interest in automotive industry
- Previous internship/co-op experience or previous manufacturing, design, or engineering work experience
- Proven ability to manage multiple projects and tasks
- Effective written and verbal communication skills
- Proficient interpersonal skills and the ability to work effectively in a cross-functional team
- Proficient in using Microsoft Office Suite software
- Creative problem solving ability and a results orientation
- Comfortable completing complex technical analysis
- Ability to travel within the NAFTA region