Senior Process Engineer-Vehicle Systems, Warren, MI, General Motors. Plan & implement technical &functional Global Conveyor Standards for General Assy (GA) in vehicle assy plants located in MI, MO, KS &TX. Provide concise reqmts for mechanical design &construction of automotive conveyors incldg Overhead Power &Free (OHPF), Overhead Monorail, Inverted Monorail, Inverted Power &Free, Chain on Edge, Skuk, &Skillet, related eqpmnt &facilities infrastructure incldg Conveyor Chain Bearings, Overhead Load Trolleys, Collector Shoes, Checking Fixtures, &Carriers, Carrier Stabilizers, Load Wheels &Cam Followers, Stabilizer Tracks, Reducers &Gearboxes, and related conveyors & devices. Enable cost effective procurement. Reduce design cost ∫erchangeability by syss integration. Introduce uniformity in operation &repairs ⪯ventive, predictive &corrective maintenance. Increase of Mean Cycles Between Failures &decrease Mean Time To Repair. Required travel to GM supplier plants in MI &KS to review designs, fixtures specs, eqpmnt fabrication/functionality, &perform safety reviews, &GM Vehicle Assy Plants in MI, MO, KS &TX, to review &validate tooling, machinery &eqpmnt in GA conveyor syss installations ≠w program launches, up to 5 mos P/A (~42% annual travel). Bachelor, Mechanical, Electrical, Industrial Engrg, or related. 24 mos exp as Engineer, Project Manager, Manufacturing Integration Manager, or related, providing reqmts for mechanical design &construction of automotive conveyors incldg OHPF &Skillet, related eqpmnt &facilities infrastructure incldg, Overhead Load Trolleys, Checking Fixtures, &Carriers, or related. Mail resume to Ref#6121, GM Global Mobility, 300 Renaissance Center, MC:482-C32-C66, Detroit, MI 48265.