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  • Job reference: RMS0104504

Project Engineer- Powertrain- 21646

  • Sector: Automotive
  • Location: Gaydon
  • Job type: Contract
  • Date posted: 14/06/2012
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The Company:
Our Client is a world leading Automotive OEM which is responsible for some of the most iconic 4x4's & Sports Cars produced. Due to the huge demand for current models and substantial investment in future projects there is a requirement for more resources across the business in engineering & manufacturing on a contract basis.

The Role:
Undertake powertrain research projects which include internal, research partners, suppliers, universities and governmental participation. An initial project will investigate the design, procurement and testing of a novel engine design concept. Work with core engineering teams, suppliers and internal customers to ensure system targets are defined and delivered. Management of relationships with system suppliers and partners within new technology programmes

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
Good communication, Project Management skills, self motivated, enthusiastic and a good team player.
Demonstrable skills in supplier liaison and communication.
Resolution of complex technical problems through application of system engineering principles.
Experience in Powertrain technology, base engine, friction and crank train engine design or development
Good analytical skills & PC skills including Microsoft Office and MSProject.
Engineering degree essential
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