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  • Job reference: RMS0137922

Graduate/Junior Development & Design Engineer

  • Sector: Automotive
  • Location: East Midlands - Other
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Date posted: 14/04/2014
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The Company:
An independent company who have carved themselves a niche supplying/designing powertrain components (exhausts, and other specialist Automotive components) to many of the most prestigious manufactures in the market.

The Role:
As a Graduate/Junior Development & Design Engineer - CATIA V5 you will based within a supportive team environment at our clients Engineering and Administration office in the East Midlands.

Your daily duties and responsibilities will involve providing specialist design input using Catia V5 into automotive projects.

n.b. Structured training and on-going mentoring will be provided alongside the opportunity to be involved in challenging and interesting projects -

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
The successful Graduate/Junior Development & Design Engineer will have demonstrable experience within following:

•Good engineering knowledge
•Degree preferred, but consideration will be given to time served Apprentice/HNC/HND qualified people with relevant experience.
•Component design and development experience would be an advantage.
•A good communicator and able to work on your own initiative.
•It is essential that you are a team player with a “can do” attitude.

Desirable Skills / Qualifications:
Experience of using CATIA V5 CAD CAM 3D design software would be advantageous
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