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General Motors Fuel Cell Operations Supervisor in Pontiac, Michigan

About GMThere's never been a more exciting time to work for General Motors.To achieve our vision of a world with Zero Crashes, Zero Emissions and Zero Congestion, we need people to join us who are passionate about creating safer, better and more sustainable ways for people to get around. This bold vision won't happen overnight, but just as we transformed how the world moved in the last century, we are committed to transforming how we move today and in the future.Why Work for UsOur culture is focused on building inclusive teams, where differences and unique perspectives are embraced so you can contribute to your fullest potential as you pursue your career. Our locations feature a variety of work environments, including open work spaces and virtual connection platforms to inspire productivity and flexible collaboration. And we are proud to support our employees volunteer interests, and make it a priority to join together in efforts that give back to our communities.Job DescriptionOVERVIEWThe Fuel Cell Second Shift Operations Supervisor is responsible for supervising preproduction product development testing, design and system lab component integration, test stand calibration activities, build communication/supervision, and facilities coordination (within the fuel cell lab). They will coordinate priority needs within Fuel Cell Lab in Pontiac and our Fuel Cell Product Development/RD teams, fostering the communication required to ensure the highest level of safety, test quality, and production capacity in a dynamic lab testing atmosphere.In this role, data analysis will be used to improve engineering operations by identifying and correcting component failures at the test stand, lab, and facilities level. Communication and organization skills will be key in solving problems and maximizing quality test time. A thorough understanding of fluid, electrical, mechanical, hydrodynamic, and fuel cell systems will ensure continued safe operations, while documenting operational changes to account for the new technology.The ideal candidate will:* Coordinate system debug efforts* Develop and support testing plans* Complete pre-operational safety reviews* Develop and mentor a small team* Identify and respond to facility level concerns* Support safety and technical review boardsAdditional Job DescriptionSKILL REQUIREMENTS* Bachelor of Science Degree in Engineering or related field* Greater than 5 years of testing, operations, or related experience within an emerging technology environment or related engineering experience* Experience using of computer-controlled hardware and instrumentation* Experience coordinating troubleshooting and replacement of instrumentation such as temperature and pressure sensors, and mass flow control* Experience reading and following mechanical and electrical assembly documents and schematics* Self-reliant problem solver with demonstrated experience exceeding expectations in an electromechanical work environment* Ability to multitask in a highly flexible environment and adjust quickly to rapidly changing priorities* Ability to communicate effectively between engineering teamsPREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS* Master's degree in an engineering field* Controls experience using dSpace, MatLab, Python, LabView, or Simulink software packages* Experience with early development product assembly and product evolution processes* Exp

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