Senior Design EngineerBACK
|Salary||From £40,000 To £0|
Position : Senior Design / Development Engineer Location: Newport Salary £40K plus benefits
Overview Reporting to a Lead Engineer you are responsible for design and/or development work on current and future products in accordance with specifications and timings agreed with the relevant Lead Engineer and Project Manager.
• Ensuring work is completed to meet agreed project schedules • Deliver cost effective solutions • Strong liaison with internal and external suppliers and customers • Work simultaneously across a variety of different projects & activities • Champion innovative and efficient methods of test and validation • Completion of design activities including CAD, FMEA, calculations & tolerance layouts • Completion of development activities including test specification • Provide technical support and guidance to other members of the team • Participate in technical design reviews & support of IPR activities
Education and Experience
• Mechanical Engineering Degree or equivalent • Have a minimum of five years design, development and/or project engineering experience, preferably in an automotive environment • Have a working knowledge of CAD, preferably Pro-Engineer Wildfire 2 • Have practical experience of test methodology and test procedures • Understand manufacturing methods and processes • Understand complex mechanisms and structures • Understand materials and stress/strain theory & FE Analysis • Be familiar with latest engineering methods • Excellent communication, presentation & report writing skills • Be able to work effectively within a team environment
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