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CAD Engineer (Chassis) - 34137 - upto £24.51/hr Ltd Co

Job reference:
BBBH44334
Location:
Warwickshire
Salary:
£23 - £24.50 per hour
Job type:
Contract
Sector:
Automotive

A CAD Design Engineer (Chassis) is required to work for a leading automotive OEM based in Gaydon, Warwickshire.

The successful candidate will join a dynamic team of engineers strongly focussed on the delivery of braking system mechanical components for future vehicle programmes. The team works closely with a range of suppliers in the UK and Europe.

Key Responsibilities:

The candidate will contribute towards the design and delivery of all aspects of the Actuation and Modulation brake components on the allocated vehicle programme or platform.

The candidate will work with the Lead Engineers to deliver the technical and gateway deliverables on a brakes programmes.

To be part of the multi-functional team who will deliver:

  • Lead packaging resolution
  • Support supplier sourcing with designs, CAD and Engineering Statement of Work
  • Coordinate design activities with suppliers
  • Issue management & resolution
  • Engineering design release
  • Lead part design communication
  • Brake system launch into volume production

Skills Required:

Catia V5 & V6

  • Knowledge of the system and component requirements of an automotive braking system
  • Ability to communicate confidently and accurately by means of presentations & written documents using MS Office applications and other proprietary IT tools.

Experience Required:

Ability to work in a fast paced environment where success is measured by successful delivery to target which can only be achieved by effectively managing resources and communications in a collaborative and supportive way.

CAD Model creation CAD model manipulation

Use of CAD / CAE tools

Knowledge of automotive brake system design

To apply for this role please contact Rachel Meacham.