G-TECH Services, Inc. Fastener Engineer in Auburn Hills, Michigan

Job Description:

  • The Fastener Engineer will be responsible for fastener selection/best practice implementation for all fastener applications on a given engine program and act as primary lead for fastener development including data collection for torque/clamp studies, torque spec development, and maintain prototype level, torque specification sheets for various engine programs.

  • Additionally, the Fastener Engineer will lead RCA, design improvement activities, support SQA to resolve quality issues, support AME/Plant(s) on fastener related manufacturing issues, benchmarking of competitive engines and participate in post-test inspection reviews.

  • Work with product release engineers to conduct detailed fastener joint design reviews, in order to provide recommendations relative to fastener selection and fastener best practice implementation.

  • Oversee testing in the fastener lab with bargaining unit personnel.

  • Help to develop fastener best practices.

  • Respond to plant production issues as needed.

  • Act as main point of contact for product teams in your functional area.


  • Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical, Electrical or Chemical Engineering degree from an ABET accredited university.

  • 2+ years of experience in an automotive production design development & release environment.

  • Proficient in MS-Office applications (PowerPoint, Excel, Word, Outlook).

  • Self-starter with strong leadership, communication skills, demonstrated problem solving ability, and have the ability to manage multiple projects.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Fastener selection/joint design/testing experience

  • Use of Unigraphics NX and Team Center.

  • Plant production launch experience.

  • Experience with Design Failure Mode & Effects Analysis (DFMEA).

  • Experience with Design Verification Plan & Report (DVP&R).

  • Design for Six Sigma (DFSS) Green / Black Belt.

Category Product Engineering

Function Engineering

Req ID JN -022019-110769