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Software Lessons Learned Engineer - Dearborn, MI

Job Description:

OEM has a Software Lessons Learned Engineer opening in the Central Software organization. In this role the candidate will have the responsibility of executing and managing the Global Software Lessons Learned process for OEM North America. 

Job Responsibilities include: 

  • Identify, collect, and classify late software changes in order to determine common failure modes in the software design and delivery process. 
  • Identify relevant SW Issues from various sources such as late SW changes, Post milestone SW drops, SW release notes, Design Change Requests, and Service Actions, etc. 
  • Interview the Design & Release Engineers and Subject Matter Experts to identify Root Cause, Escape Points, and generate potential Lessons Learned and potential Prevent Recurrence Actions for issues that resulted in late SW changes 
  • Develop reporting and dashboards that will be shared with senior leadership 
  • Submit data into the Global SW Lessons Learned database 
  • Facilitate the Global SW Lessons Learned Review meeting 
  • Follow up the implementation status of approved Prevent Recurrence Actions until closure 
  • Collect and analysis data and metrics to measure the efficiency and effectiveness of SW Lessons Learned process to reduce SW issues 
  • Collaborate with other Software Lessons Learned Engineers in different regions to -Manage and maintain the Global SW Lessons Learned database -Improve the global SW Lessons learned process, guidelines, methods and templates

Skills Required:
Experience in analyst, engineering, or quality role

Skills Preferred:
  • 5+ years’ experience in software engineering, embedded software development, and/or ECU design and release experience 
  • 10+ years of software quality process role 
  • Experience in Failure Mode Avoidance and 5D/8D process 
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills 
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work with diverse and geographically disperse cross-functional teams

Experience Required:
5+ years of experience in analyst, engineering, or quality role

Education Required:
Bachelors of Science in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Mathematics, or equivalent business degree

Education Preferred:
Computer Science

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Dearborn, MI
United States of America

Engineering / Engineering

Job Type:
Temp Position
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Posted Date:2/25/2019


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Job Title: Software Lessons Learned Engineer

Location: Dearborn, MI

Job Type: Temp Position

Reference ID: 356610

Posted Date: 2/25/2019

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