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Job – Vehicle Systems Engineering Manager in Ohio
Location: Ohio, USA
Job type: Permanent
Category: Aerospace Engineering
Job Reference: 284086507
Posted on: 14 Oct 2017
About the Role:
SUMMARY: The Vehicle Systems Engineering Manager will be responsible leading a team of Engineers and Designers to coordinate the development and integration of new technology and improvements into our electric and engine powered vehicle product lines. This newly created role will establish the vision necessary to advance the companys vehicle product lines in anticipation of current and future customer demands. This position will have direct reports, and occasional business travel will be required.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned: Manage and develop new system designs for electric and engine powered vehicle equipment and/or modify existing equipment on current production vehicles. Manage the design of components and systems to provide maximum customer value and vehicle function, including improved economy, safety of operation, and operational performance, at optimum costs.
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