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The Lead Launch Electrical Coordinator role is the key person at Launch to support the plant for First-Time pass rates. This person will lead the launch electrical team and be responsible for the implementation of all electrical Bill of Operations elements.
Complete required training at various sites around GM and suppliers travel required
Lead the launch electrical team ensuring compliance to the Electrical Bill of Operations standards
Lead weekly leadership reviews
Support launch activities for a major program and travel as required
Participate in virtual builds/reviews for applicable Program Virtual Assessment gates
Host/support In-Plant Wiring Assessments
Support plant readiness for builds
Document lessons learned for process and product improvements.
Create actionable items from electrical failures to enable issue documentation and follow up.
Utilizes the plant quality reporting systems
Reports pass rate performance for all applicable in-plant testing systems and lead corrective action plans.
Conduct training of vehicle electrical systems for Team Leaders
Lead disconnect workshop during launch to develop a database for repair faults
Minimum 3 years previous experience with automotive electrical sub-systems
Strong interpersonal and team-building skills
Strong written and oral communication skills
Strong Leadership skills
Strong analytical ability
Must be able to delegate and empower the team
Must be able to help root cause highly complex issues and work well with Product and AVG Engineers and then translate executive summaries to non-technical people
Prior Launch experience
3 years of experience in an assembly plant
Thorough working knowledge of GMS and BIQ4 deliverables
Prior experience in Plant Operations including Production and/or Quality
Bachelor's / Master's degree in Electrical Engineering or equivalent