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JOB DESCRIPTION

DESIGN ENGINEER IN CAMBRIDGESHIRE

Location Type Salary
Cambridgeshire Contract Up to 38ph
  • Reference: 009075
  • Contact: Graham Vockins
  • Tel: 0121 230 1070

We currently have a new and exciting opportunity for a Design Engineer with responsibility to co-ordinate and deliver component and system designs and as well as top level machine configuration activities within our Client`s Energy and Transportation Research team.

This innovative team is responsible for developing novel engineering solutions and processes working collaboratively with European Universities, internal and industrial partners as well as with their US based sister team. The team leads the powertrain research strategy and delivery within Europe, this includes global research responsibility for electrification and hybridisation systems integration and control.

Design Engineer Key Responsibilities:

Creating integrated solutions for powertrain systems. Implementing design and integration ideas, machine configuration and design in accordance with applicable design guides and standards.
Working with suppliers and external partners to develop component and system solutions.
Managing BOM for multiple system and/or machine builds and managing build issues.
Self-management of assigned tasks to agreed customer critical requirements, delivering high quality work to documented or novel processes within agreed timescales.
Close liaison with performance and mechanical development engineers, component designers and project teams.
Evaluate and Promote new products and processes.

Design Engineer Requirements:

Requires an accredited engineering degree (2:1 or above) or equivalent experience, analytical skills, and a track record of developing challenging new ideas and concepts, ideally with experience in industrial or off-highway machines

Candidates must:
be an expert user of Creo (Pro/e) for modelling and detailing; ideally with experience in cabling and harnessing.
have experience of working with PLM tools for developing large assemblies of engines or whole machine design (e.g. Teamcenter Visualization Mock-up).
be proficient in detailed component design.
independently collaborate with peers, suppliers, and process partners. (i.e. supply chain, logistics, purchasing, other engineering teams, etc) on a worldwide basis.
demonstrate appreciation of APQP Tools, Failure Mode & Effects Analysis and DVP&R.
demonstrate knowledge of manufacturability considerations.
have the ability to take the lead in technical discussions, to specify component requirements and to understand the interactions which influence system and machine performance.

Applications:

Applications are welcomed from Candidates who possess the relevant skills and experience as detailed in the job description. Recent Graduates who do not have the required level of skills and experience need not apply.

Candidates must be eligible to work in the UK before making an application and it is the responsibility of the applicant to provide evidence of such eligibility.

In order to apply for this position, we require the last 4 characters of your National Insurance number (e.g. 123A). This is used to generate a unique candidate reference number on your application. Please include this information with your application.

If you are interested in this position, please contact Graham Vockins graham@gentecrecruit.co.uk