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Kerry Duggan

Senior Consultant
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Kerry has more than 12 years’ experience within the recruitment industry with over 8 years expertise searching and placing technical engineering roles for leading brands in the UK automotive arena.

Highly professional and motivated, Kerry has developed excellent automotive engineering knowledge which has helped her to deliver against a high number of assignments for clients.

Experience in the contract recruitment process providing support and guidance to candidates who are taking the next step of their career or relocating to the UK.

Having recruited for the automotive sector for many years, she has developed a reputation for providing exceptional level of services to contractors and clients alike.

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WERS Release Engineer - 35852

Project engineer to join the special vehicle engineer team for a leading Automotive Company. As a Project Engineer you will be familiar with releasing and WERS processes to support engineering activities, process documentation and roll out to live projects Experience Knowledge of PCDS Knowledge of WERS Releasing process Formal process documentation and release Skills Required: Knowledge of releasing and WERS Process documentation Good written communication skills Education Required: It is anticipated candidates with be educated to Degree Level, or HNC/ HND with significant experience.

Contract / Coventry, West Midlands

Electrical Graduate Engineer - 35858

Opportunity for a high calibre post graduate with little or no experience to work as part of a dynamic team in a supporting technical role. Opportunity to develop and progress if behaviours and technical ability meet business requirements. Job is electrically biased and a qualification in an electrical subject would be beneficial for future progression opportunities. Experience: Electrical or electronic qualification preferable No previous experience required but must be degree qualified and of potential to develop Skills Required: Hard working and diligent Self-management skills Ability to work alone or as part of a team

Contract / Coventry, West Midlands

Lead Engineer (Closures and Cladding Strategy) - 35833

Lead Engineer for Closures & Cladding Strategy for Body in White assembly. Develop the mid to long term strategy for AME, with the scoping and project management of technology proving projects that underpin the strategy Lower HPC & Investment targets. Validate new technology process metrics, such as process time & TA and update the synthetics & DES parameters accordingly. Skills Required: Closure / cladding experience BIW Process Project coordination Education Required: Engineering Degree or other related experience

Contract / Gaydon, Warwickshire

International Programme Engineer - 35526

Position Description: Main Point of contact for information exchange on International Programmes (China, Brazil & India) for body localised parts Worldwide Engineering Release System (WERS) releasing for Body unique content for International Programmes Support and maintain strong relations with the International Programme matched pairs engineers and group leaders, lead engineers and Module Leaders for each International Programme Respond to Product related info exchange issues (AIMS) requests for engineering information to enable localisation sourcing strategy to be understood and tooling kick-off signed off Provide a clear PV plan with test requirements for each localised commodity when requested by the matched pairs ¿ Respond to BOM queries Hold regular reviews with the match pairs engineers, JModule Leaders / Lead Engineers and UK suppliers to ensure all tooling changes are captured and released accordingly providing visibility for the matched pairs in China, Brazil and India Proactively communicate to International match pairs the issues seen during launch in the UK Product related info exchange issues (AIMS) management across all International Programmes ensuring issues are pended and closed robustly with supporting evidence Skills Required: Ability to lead the resolution of business, technical and process issues within an International Project Team environment Excellent communication, interpersonal skills, self-confidence and a 'passion for the product' (ideally experience working with China) Ability to deliver with minimum supervision Experience Required: Experience in bill of materials validation and new model creation and launch support activities are desirable Previous experience within an Engineering or Programme based role. A working knowledge of change control, product definition and change management processes Education Required: Preferably degree qualified but not essential.

Contract / Gaydon, Warwickshire

ADAS Lead Engineer - 35798

Position Description: The role of ADAS Lead Engineer for ECUs and Sensors is based within the ADAS Systems & Subsystems Engineering group in Electrical Engineering, The ADAS Systems & Subsystems group is responsible to complete all the system engineering deliverables required to design and deliver driver assistance features based on video, radar and ultrasonic technologies such as Lane Departure Warning, Lane Keeping Assist, Automatic High Beam control, Intelligent Emergency Braking, Traffic Sign Recognition, Intelligent Speed Limiter, Rear View, Junction View, Cross Traffic Alert, 360 degree Plan View, Lane Change Merge Aid, Park Assist, Adaptive Cruise Control, Traffic Jam Assist, Highway Assist Manage and coordinate the design, development, testing and introduction of new systems and components (commodities). Operating in a cross-functional organisation, Lead Engineers will direct report into Group Leaders and where delivering on specific vehicle programmes have an additional matrix report into Module Leaders. Delivering the commodity plan to QCT WERS releasing to support the above commodity Ensuring all programme design solutions meet: Programme targets for cost and weight. Legal regulations & RMDV requirements. Optical Quality and PCPA requirements. Management of the design responsible supplier teams in support of delivery of the programme milestones Keeping all Module documentation up to date including: Meeting minutes Foundation & Programme DFMEAs Quality history & Bill of design Manage Change Request and expenditure forecasting Creation & maintenance of vehicle test plans - detail planning of test & development Manage vehicle development testing to sign off - supporting engineering test teams with issues Resolve issues with component engineering and vehicle attribute teams to develop designs that meet targets Ensure all appropriate JLR standards are met through-out design maturation Provide input into new feature development Manage and resolve issues, escalating where required Own and deliver the Engineering APQP deliverables (to complement the STA Engineer APQP deliverables). Skills Required: Systems Engineering Project / programme management Requirements Management Experience Required: Understanding of Quality methods, Failure Mode Avoidance and robustness. Six Sigma Green Belt qualification desirable Previous experience with Product Development standards is desirable Experience with real time control systems design Previous experience within engineering or programme planning departments Excellent communication, interpersonal skills, self- confidence and a 'passion for the product' Ability to deliver with minimum supervision Ability to lead the resolution of business, technical and process issues within a Project Team environment A good working knowledge of product creation & delivery, Change Control, Product Definition and Change Management processes Education Required: Preferably Degree qualified

Contract / Gaydon, Warwickshire

ADAS Requirements and Diagnostics Engineer - 35781

Position Description: The role of ADAS Requirements and Diagnostics Engineer for ECUs and Sensors is based within the ADAS Systems & Subsystems Engineering group in Electrical Engineering. The ADAS Systems & Subsystems group is responsible to complete all the system engineering deliverables required to design and deliver driver assistance features based on video, radar and ultrasonic technologies such as Lane Departure Warning, Lane Keeping Assist, Automatic High Beam control, Intelligent Emergency Braking, Traffic Sign Recognition, Intelligent Speed Limiter, Rear View, Junction View, Cross Traffic Alert, 360 degree Plan View, Lane Change Merge Aid, Park Assist, Adaptive Cruise Control, Traffic Jam Assist, Highway Assist Manage and coordinate the design, development, testing and introduction of new systems and components (commodities). Operating in a cross-functional organisation, Lead Engineers will direct report into Group Leaders and where delivering on specific vehicle programmes have an additional matrix report into Module Leaders. Ensuring all programme design solutions meet: Programme targets for cost and weight. Legal regulations & RMDV requirements. Optical Quality and PCPA requirements. Management of the design responsible supplier teams in support of delivery of the programme milestones Keeping all Module documentation up to date including: Meeting minutes Foundation & Programme DFMEAs Manage Change Request and expenditure forecasting Ensure all appropriate standards are met through-out design maturation Provide input into new feature development Manage and resolve issues, escalating where required Requirements Definition and Exchange Diagnostics for System Design and ECU Design Skills Required: Systems Engineering Project / programme management Requirements Management Experience Required: Understanding of Quality methods, Failure Mode Avoidance and robustness. Six Sigma Green Belt qualification desirable Previous experience with Product Development standards is desirable Working knowledge of Automotive Diagnostic Systems Previous experience within engineering or programme planning department Preferably degree qualified

Contract / Gaydon, Warwickshire

Lead Engineer - Body in White Service

]The Vehicle Engineering team is one of the most experienced of its type in the UK and has the knowledge and talent to hold its own against the best body engineers anywhere in the world. From iconic body styling to interior detail, from doors and windows to whole cabin systems, everything about our vehicles has to be perfect. It is what customers expect from a luxury brand. It's what this team makes happen. Join them, and you'll help us to stay at the forefront of vehicle innovation and research, and to build on our position as a highly competitive brand in a highly competitive marketplace. Body Structures are responsible for the design and development of the Body less doors, which include Body Pressings, castings, extrusions and body sealing media for all Jaguar Land Rover models. It also manages the component and prototype supplier base to ensure timing & project control is maintained. As Lead Engineer for Body in White Service you'll work with Technical Specialists, Project Engineers, and the Service Department to agree the content of the bodyshell service repair schemes for new and current products. To apply for this position you will require: Experience assess the joining technologies used in aftermarket by vehicle programmes and develop joint maps that support the development of procedures and joining tests. Ability to support the development of the body structure joining strategy, from initial concept design throughout to Job 1 implementation. Experience with supplier interaction, design reviews and on plant support. Proven experience and knowledge of managing complex projects and problems in Body In White (BIW) structures, materials, joining technologies and manufacturing processes Knowledge of production and aftermarket joining technologies, repair processes, equipment and skills Able to demonstrate strong communication and data analysis skills. Experience of problem solving tools (FMEA, PPS (8D)) and knowledge of CATIA V5 would be beneficial.

Permanent / Gaydon, Warwickshire

Lead Engineer - Rear Lids, Structure and Trim

This team is one of the most experienced of its type in the UK and has the knowledge and talent to hold its own against the best body engineers anywhere in the world. From iconic body styling to interior detail, from doors and windows to whole cabin systems, everything about our vehicles has to be perfect. It's what customers expect from a luxury brand. It's what this team makes happen. Join them, and you'll help us to stay at the forefront of vehicle innovation and research, and to build on our position as a highly competitive brand in a highly competitive marketplace. As the Lead Engineer for Rear Lids Structure and Trim, you'll become part of an evolving department within Body Engineering. You'll develop advanced feature strategies and lead content delivery across programmes, as well as exposure to a variety of components, systems, suppliers and functions; playing a key part in driving robustness and quality into the Lids Mechanisms team. To apply for this position you will require: Ability to define and design activities, and interface with the engineering, purchasing, programmes, marketing and manufacturing functions Experience liaising with suppliers. Manage system compatibility issues and support system strategy development for components and features. A passion for automotive technology and experience of Closures, Trim, Composites or Body In White Tailgates are essential. You'll also have experience of leading the resolution of business, technical and process issues within a project environment. Ideally educated to a degree level

Permanent / Gaydon, Warwickshire

Research and Development Project Engineer - 35745

Position Description: Delivery of technology research projects to assist in the implementation of design aspirations whilst adhering to agreed processes and engineering specifications Work with cross functional and operational teams to ensure objectives and activity plans are captured in the overall project plans. Contribute to the resolution of key technical and strategic challenges. Develop early demonstrations prior to final Proof-of-Concept stage. Assist in the development of Proof-of-Concept technologies with support from key suppliers. Provide assistance and support in recording all data to ensure adherence to relevant procedures. Co-ordinate projects towards the development of required technologies and features via the Technology Creation Development System process. Provide technical support on projects when handing over to mainstream engineering. Create and develop positive relationships with suppliers and academic partners Skills Required: Educated to Engineering Degree or similar level Multiple stakeholder project management experience - ideally with design. Knowledge/experience of Automotive/Aerospace production processes, regulations and standards Experience Required: Previous experience in a Research, development or design role in engineering or automotive environment. Strong technical and development expertise. Ability to resolve key technical issues within a team environment. Ability to write reports and the ability to communicate to technical and non-technical audience. Relevant degree or equivalent experience. Strong research and analytical skills. Experience of program or project management, meeting demanding timescales with budget control and cost effective delivery. Computer literacy in Google, PowerPoint, Excel and Microsoft Project. Education Required: Educated to Engineering Degree or similar level Additional Information: Driving Licence essential - requirement to travel across multiple sites in West Midlands to interface with Jaguar Land Rover design teams in Whitley and Gaydon.

Contract / Gaydon, Warwickshire

Electrical Brakes Systems Engineer - 35695

The purpose of this role is to leading the verification and testing as well as supporting the design, development and introduction of software and functionality (software is sourced from the first tier supplier) for brake control systems, including a joint venture project that will realise the first self-driving vehicle with a Jaguar badge. Operating in a cross-functional organisation, This role will support a technical leader and will report directly into the Technical Specialist. The role requires the individual to lead the technical verification activities in close co-operation with the partner, supplier and system interfaces, also to ensure that JLR takes the maximum amount of knowledge and learning out of each project that is undertaken. Experience Required: Experience of processes including WERS releasing, AIM, APQP, FMEA, RMDV Ability to operate CAN tools to interrogate vehicle networks, read logs and use the data to confirm functionality or solve problems Knowledge of functional safety, ISO 26262. Experience of ADAS features and functions Recognised advanced driver training qualifications. Understanding of software development processes and software authoring in an automotive context. Resilient and enthusiastic, an individual able to deliver results under pressure, whilst responding constructively to new ideas and inputs A dynamic and determined individual, highly driven, committed and results-orientated with significant pace, energy and confidence. Able to combine a short term, pragmatic focus with strategic vision Able to deliver quality and consistency in a complex, highly demanding environment with a range of expectations on what customer-focussed solutions might look like Ability to plan in detail software delivery and testing and to verify Brake Control system functionality to ensure that the Brake Control system delivered by the supplier will meet requirements Ability to manage the workload contribution from the partner, supplier and the supporting team members

Contract / Gaydon, Warwickshire

ADAS Hardware Engineer - 35739

The role of ADAS Hardware Engineer for ECUs and Sensors is based within the ADAS Systems and Subsystems Engineering group in Electrical Engineering The ADAS Systems and Subsystems group is responsible to complete all the system engineering deliverables required to design and deliver driver assistance features based on video, radar and ultrasonic technologies such as Lane Departure Warning, Lane Keeping Assist, Automatic High Beam control, Intelligent Emergency Braking, Traffic Sign Recognition, Intelligent Speed Limiter, Rear View, Junction View, Cross Traffic Alert, 360 degree Plan View, Lane Change Merge Aid, Park Assist, Adaptive Cruise Control, Traffic Jam Assist, Highway Assist You will manage and coordinate the design, development, testing and introduction of new systems and components (commodities). Operating in a cross-functional organisation, Lead Engineers will direct report into Group Leaders and where delivering on specific vehicle programmes have an additional matrix report into Module Leaders. The successful applicant will need the following skills and qualifications: Delivering the commodity plan to QCT and Legal regulations along with RMDV requirements. Experience of Electrical Hardware Design and Requirements Management Knowledge of Optical Quality and PCPA requirements. Management of the design responsible supplier teams in support of delivery of the programme milestones Manage and resolve issues, escalating where required Own and deliver the Engineering APQP deliverables (to complement the STA Engineer APQP deliverables). Electronic Circuit Design covering a wide range of digital and analogue technologies, for high volume, safety critical automotive control systems. Electronic Circuit Analysis (WCCA) using various analysis tools (eg. Excel, Mathcad) and Spice simulation packages (eg. SIMetrix, Multisim) Liaison with the relevant subject matter experts/co-ordinators to assist in the development of robust FMEA, FTA and Reliability Analysis in support of ISO 26262 work packages.

Contract / Gaydon, Warwickshire

Electrical Component Engineer - 35687

The Driver Information (DI) section of Electrical Engineering is responsible for a multitude of customer facing technologies such as Displays, Instrument Clusters and Head-up Displays. The purpose of this role is to: Coordinate the design, development, testing and introduction of electromechanical hardware for legacy implementations of said commodities. Operating in a cross-functional organisation, youll report into the relevant Group Leaders and Lead Engineers and, where delivering on specific vehicle programmes, have an additional matrix report into Module Leaders. Deliver the commodity plan to quality, cost and time and lead on the technical content and integrity of specific components and systems across specific programmes. Own and deliver the Engineering Advanced Product Quality Planning (APQP) deliverables. Experience Required: Previous experience of leading the resolution of business, technical and process issues within a Project Team environment Previous experience delivering electronic automotive commodities A good working knowledge of product creation & delivery, change control, product definition and change management processes A sound knowledge of mechanical design Strong mechanical interface design knowledge including GAP control plans Relevant degree or equivalent experience preferred Supplier/project management Understanding of fundamental automotive electronic design principals Ability to consistently/robustly deliver to key project timing milesetones

Contract / Gaydon, Warwickshire

International Programme Support Engineer - 35480

Position You will be the main Point of contact for information exchange on International Programmes (China, Brazil & India) for seats localised parts. Worldwide Engineering Release System (WERS) releasing for Seats unique content for International Programmes Your responisbilities include: Support and maintain strong relations with the International Programme matched pairs engineers and group leaders, lead engineers and Module Leaders for each International Programme Respond to Product related info exchange issues (AIMS) requests for engineering information to enable localisation sourcing strategy to be understood and tooling kick-off signed off Provide a clear PV plan with test requirements for each localised commodity when requested by the matched pairs Respond to BOM queries Hold regular reviews with the match pairs engineers, Module Leaders / Lead Engineers and UK suppliers to ensure all tooling changes are captured and released accordingly providing visibility for the matched pairs in China, Brazil and India Proactively communicate to International match pairs the issues seen during launch in the UK Product related info exchange issues (AIMS) management across all International Programmes ensuring issues are pended and closed robustly with supporting evidence Experience Required: Experience in bill of materials validation and new model creation and launch support activities are desirable Previous experience within an Engineering or Programme based role. A working knowledge of change control, product definition and change management processes Preferably degree qualified but not essential. Ability to deliver with minimum supervision Ability to lead the resolution of business, technical and process issues within a International Project Team environment Excellent communication, interpersonal skills, self-confidence and a 'passion for the product' (ideally experience working with China)

Contract / Gaydon, Warwickshire

Occupant and Restraints Project Engineer -35699

Position The Module Project Engineer will be a key part of the Comfort Occupant and Restraints Systems (CORS) Module team, reporting directly to the Architecture Module Leader. The Module team are responsible for the delivery of Cross-car-lineL Modules, Software and Sensors, for Restraints, Seating, Closures, Security, Occupant Sensing, Personalisation and Self Learning Car systems. Responsibilities Include: Co-ordinate all activities to ensure the robust delivery of Module targets to tight deadlines set by the assigned vehicle programme(s). Agree programme specific targets for Cost, Weight, Time and Quality are compatible across the Module, and track them accurately throughout the development of the assigned vehicle programme(s). Agree and monitor investment, vendor tooling, D&D, and piece costs across the Module for the assigned vehicle programme(s). Manage project delivery across the Module functions Ensure cross-functional requirements are aligned and integrated into the teams delivery plans (e.g. sufficiency plans, FMA, DFMEA, APQP) Support the Programme Management Team cadence and deliver accurate Module status, metrics and plans as required. Monitor and support the creation and maintenance of APQP and PSW delivery plans and associated deliverables. Manage the investigation, resolution and tracking of issues through the AIMS (Automated Issues Management System) ensuring issues are pended and closed robustly with supporting evidence. Experience required Previous experience of delivering complex commodities to a defined timeline Ability to lead the resolution of issues within a project team environment Experience of systems: AIMS, RMDV, RTC, WERS. iPLM, 3DLIve!, Digibuck etc. Experience of Google Mail, Google Drive, Google Sites, Google Sheets, Google Docs Degree (or equivalent) qualification in a relevant Engineering Discipline. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Strong Project Management skills. Proven ability to deliver with minimum supervision.

Contract / Gaydon, Warwickshire

Body structures and Trim Project Engineer - 35205

Position: Project Engineer to run a number of technical projects to successfully manage and develop composite technologies in-line with Research maturation processes in order to successfully roll out technology for use in automotive Body Construction Skills Required: Project Management in a research environment Experience in engineering body components (structures or trim) Composite Component Design, Manufacture and Assembly Experience Experience required: Proven ability to manage projects and write reports Experience of working in a research environment Milestone / TCDS project planning & execution Knowledge of automotive technologies and design principals Product design experience Experience of working in the automotive industry. Competent in automotive component development using engineering experience and CAE tools. Educated to a minimum of degree level in Mechanical Engineering or an equivalent technical subject. Event planning and execution Innovation workshop planning and execution

Contract / Warwickshire, England

Switchgear System Engineer - 34936

Position Description: A Switchgear System Engineer is a key member of the User Interface Team, responsible for the on time, on quality and on cost delivery of components onto new carlines and model years in accordance with the business and Switchgear specific development processes. Write, interpret and apply Detailed Component Engineering Specifications. Ensure that all targets & requirements are met. Complete RFQ'S, Design Enquiries to obtain feasibility, costs and timing for modifications and engage with Programme and Design teams to agree requirements and deliverables. Produce & manage timing plans to support successful delivery for to PCDS deliverable requirements. Coordinate & manage suppliers on design & delivery. Raise and manage engineering releases. Support all builds, virtual and real (including labcar & rigs). Experience Required: Ability to understand the wider electrical system Confident in the application of PCDS, DVP and Gateway disciplines. Candidates must be committed, flexible and able to work under pressure. Experience in automotive communication networks such as CAN and LIN. Knowledge of automotive plastics and finishing processes, and interior illumination design. HMI experience would be a distinct advantage. Self-motivated and able to deliver with minimum supervision.

Contract / Gaydon, Warwickshire

Technical Diagnostic Project Manager - 35548

The position is for the role of Domain Lead in the Diagnostic Design team within Product Engineering. This central Diagnostic Design team is responsible for the definition and review of the Diagnostic design of every electronic control unit used on vehicles, against the internal and external technical standards. As the Domain Lead you will be accountable for managing the quality and delivery of a small team of Diagnostic Design Architects. Acting as a technical project manager you will be accountable for the management and resolution of all diagnostic design conflicts and field issues. You will also be responsible for the identification and implementation of diagnostic delivery process improvements in-line with the technology advances within the businessSkills Required: Ability to create and maintain timing plans then report progress to these to both internal and external project stakeholders Proven ability to work on complex technical delivery tasks involving multiple vendor/stakeholders Proven ability to work in a time pressured environment and deliver required output with minimal supervision Experience Required: Proven experience in Diagnostic Design or Testing role, preferably within the Automotive sector Proven experience of project delivery with multiple stakeholders, with this experience being in a project management role as desirable Experience of managing small teams task delivery to deadline Ability to define and implement process improvements Ideally degree educated

Contract / Gaydon, Warwickshire

Electrical Systems Design Engineer - 35562

Position Description: Electrical Systems Engineer working on the delivery of seat movement and exit warning subsystems. You'll be interpreting attribute and feature level requirements and using these to design, specify and validate electronic systems and subsystems which deliver functions that our customers see and touch every time they use their vehicle. Skills Required: System Design experience - Can interpret customer or stakeholder requirements and specify, implement and validate a system which meets them. Organised and able to influence - Able to work with a team of engineers and stakeholders across several disciplines. Can appreciate multiple stakeholders needs and promote the best solution. Proactive and structured problem solving approach - takes a consistent and logical approach to problems and pursues the right solution, ensuring learning is carried forward into future system design. Is prepared to go and assess the problem and find solutions. Experience Required: A good working knowledge and demonstrable experience of system design and validation principles. Automotive Engineering design, development and delivery, with experience participating in a cross functional team to achieve their goal. Previous work within a multi-disciplined engineering team. Practical experience in the use of problem resolution and prevent recurrence methodologies. Must be: - computer literate, including MS and Google apps suites and able to adopt company specific tools and systems. Able to interpret, apply and maintain design standards. Able to build relationships across functional boundaries and take a collaborative approach to system delivery. Education Required: Degree in an Engineering or related discipline preferred but not essential.

Contract / Gaydon, Warwickshire

Cabin and Cockpit Lead Engineer - 34237

The role involves leading , and supporting design/development Interior trim assemblies,components,systems for future vehicle programmes. This includes Cabin Trim / Cockpit trim . As a Lead Engineer you will be leading the introduction and development of new and modified features requested by project teams and end user customers.The candidate will interface with both tier 1 suppliers and internal departments to ensure targets are met in the development of components for Interior Trim enhancements . MUST HAVE Engineering Design/ Development background within Automotive Trim or similar for Interior components, ideally having worked within both OEM and Tier 1 trim suppliers . Experience Required: Engineering Design/ Development background within Automotive Trim or similar for Interior components, Proven automotive Interior trim experience, s working in industry at OEM or Tier one suppliers. Has broad experience with Cabin or Cockpit product delivery. Can show good knowledge of working with multiple component range for Interior trim Evidence with clear understanding of hard and soft trim delivery. Experience with Low to medium volume tooling experience including emerging technology applications Ideally degree educated

Contract / Coventry, West Midlands

Materials Project Engineer - 35632

Position Description: Delivery of Materials technology research projects to ensure robust processes are achieved on time and to Engineering Specification. Develop implementation/activity plans for all Materials research technologies to ensure robust processes are achieved on time and to Engineering Specification. Work with cross functional and operational teams to ensure objectives and activity plans are captured in the overall project plans. Contribute to the resolution of key technical and strategic challenges. Develop early demonstrations prior to final Proof-of-Concept stage. Assist in the development of Proof-of-Concept technologies with support from key suppliers. Provide assistance and support in recording all data to ensure adherence to relevant procedures. Co-ordinate projects towards the development of required technologies and features via the Technology Creation Development System process. Provide technical support on projects when handing over to mainstream engineering. Skills Required: Educated to Materials Engineering Degree or similar level. Multiple stakeholder project management experience - ideally with design. Knowledge/experience of Automotive/Aerospace/Marine production processes from raw material to component. Experience Required: Previous experience in a Research, development or design role in engineering or automotive environment. Strong technical and development expertise. Ability to resolve key technical issues within a team environment. Ability to write reports and the ability to communicate to technical and non-technical audience. Strong research and analytical skills. Experience of program or project management, meeting demanding timescales with budget control and cost effective delivery.

Contract / Coventry, West Midlands

Door Trim Component Engineer - 35457

Position Description: Lead Engineer / CAD Engineer for Body Engineering Door Trim (casings) for new model programmes. Skills Required: Knowledge of automotive door/interior systems, ideally door casings, including design, performance and manufacturing feasibility. Demonstrated ability to project manage / communicate at all levels with all functions and supplier base to delivery complex commodities on time, to cost and quality targets. CAD Literacy - ability to manipulate and interrogate CAD data and use associated visualisation tools. Ability to generate CAD data in Catia v5/v6. Experience Required: Knowledge of automotive door interior systems, ideally door trim (casings), their function (A&U, ambient lighting, PQ, R&S, materials etc) performance as well as production & manufacturing requirements Degree or equivalent. Proven supplier management skills. Significant experience in use of engineering tools - FMEA, Six Sigma, problem resolution etc. Working knowledge of project delivery processes Working knowledge of change management processes.

Contract / Gaydon, Warwickshire

Research Support Engineer- 35598

Position Description: The role is to support the project management of collaborative R&D projects, working with businesses and universities, and grant funding from UK/EU government agencies. It is expected that the individual will provide support across a portfolio of projects, working with project/programme leads and the technical delivery teams to ensure collaborative and funding requirements are achieved. Skills and Experience Required: Structured project planning and organisational skills with effective time management Numerate and attention to detail for project financial information Good interpersonal skills Ability to support multiple projects and deliver to short timescales & deadlines. Being Self motivated and able to deliver with minimum supervision Positive and proactive approach, with ability to work well within a team Ability to work under pressure with a flexible approach Working knowledge of financial mangement, project planning and management tools Ability to produce formal documentation to a professional standard. Control and management of confidential information. Project management training/accreditation, e.g. APM, PRINCE Previous collaborative R&D experience working in industry/academia/public sector Education Required: Good educational level, GCSE/A Level qualifications including Maths and English or related Degree

Contract / Coventry, West Midlands

Body Component Project Engineer - 35601

Job Details Management and delivery Body Engineering research projects to mainstream component and attribute areas using the TCDS and Milestone project management processes. Supporting all formal gateways with presentation material and written reports, which are also used for sharing the knowledge gained and decisions made over the course of each project. Manage Project Budgets, timings and paperwork systems for raising, acknowledging payments required. Ensure that Company and Departmental processes are adhered to in conducting day to day business. Delivering all assigned technology projects on time and on budget with appropriate resource. Ability to lead the production of a CFMEA/DFMEA for the project that they are undertaking. Experience Required: Enthusiasm for new technologies and an ability to review and identify future trends Strong research and analytical skills Ability to lead the resolution of technical issues (and associated business cases) within a team environment, engaging with a wide variety of teams such as the vehicle program teams, component areas, manufacturing and marketing, sales and service. Proven ability to manage projects and write reports Ability to work fast and accurately as a member of a small team. Educated to a minimum of degree level in Mechanical Engineering or an equivalent technical subject Experience in engineering body components (structures or trim) Experience and Understanding of the materials, properties, manufacturing and assembly processes uses in the production of Body Engineering components such as Pressing, Injection moulding, SMC/composite production, Casting.

Contract / Coventry, West Midlands

Automotive Programme Support Engineer

As a Programme Engineer you will support the delivery of Programmes through to production Lead the planning, co-ordination, delivery and reporting of Key Performance Indicators associated with Programme Delivery Milestones and Gateways. Support Design progression and validation activities such as; Bill of Materials (BoM) integrity, Problem Resolution (AIMS), Change Management (WERS), Product Integrity (PCPA) and Parts Submission Warrant (PSW), processes to ensure that all changes are implemented robustly and support programme quality, cost and timing objectives. Support launch management activities" Experience and Education required Engineering knowledge of Body Engineering component design, function, performance, production and manufacturing requirements. Proven project time line management Significant experience in use of engineering tools FMEA, Six Sigma, problem resolution etc. Familiar with 8D process Knowledge of problem resolution processes Working knowledge of project delivery processes Knowledge of change management processes History of involvement within the automotive sector Ideally degree educated

Contract / Gaydon, Warwickshire

Body Engineering Programme Lead 35188

Programme Lead Engineer responsible for Engineering commodity delivery, Fitness for purpose (deliver to specification), Design for manufacture, and System integration. You will be working on launch delivery and maturation through build phases culminating in PSW delivery . Experience required: Ideally engineering degree qualified (will take extended experience as substitute if strong candidate found). Able to interrogate CAD through Catia Ideally have Roof systems experience but if not then complex commodity experience and or BIW experience Launch delivery experience Engineering experience of complex commodity design and delivery. Understanding of Engineering development fundamentals e.g. design to specification (linkages to DFMEA fundamentals), Design for manufacture, System integration. Must have experience of supplier management.

Contract / Gaydon, Warwickshire

Door Mechanism Lead Engineer - 35131

Lead Engineer for Body Engineering Door Hinge & Checkarm (mechanism) for new model programmes. Skills Required: Knowledge of automotive door systems mechanisms, ideally door hinge and check, or equivalent skills. Excellent communications skills. Demonstrated ability to communicate at all levels within all functions and supplier base Proven Project management capability demonstrated by recent delivery on time & budget personally and my management of suppliers Experience Required Knowledge of automotive door systems mechanisms, ideally door hinge and check, and their function, performance, production & manufacturing requirements. CAD Literacy ability to manipulate and interrogate CAD data and use associated visualisation tools. Ability to generate CAD data in Catia v5/v6 would be an advantage. Proven supplier management skills. Significant experience in use of engineering tools FMEA, Six Sigma, problem resolution etc. Any person supplied should have a valid UK driving licence Working knowledge of project delivery processes Working knowledge of change management processes Education Required Degree or equivalent.

Contract / Gaydon, Warwickshire

Motorsport Project Engineer- 35614

Position Description: Working within the Special Commissions and Bespoke team as a Project Engineer you will be required to lead a number of technical projects to support the delivery of Special Commission projects. Initially focussing on the GT4 project the candidate will be required to support the projects from concept through development to delivery often liaising with supplier/partners. Key Responsibilities: Support Special Commission project delivery, primarily focussing on GT4 projects Lead and take ownership of projects from conception to delivery. Liaise with wider SVO team on technical feasibility and product information. Help to design and develop vehicle components and systems. Support in assessing suitability of sign off criteria for new components and systems. Create and action test and development plans for components and systems. Some weekend working to support GT4 project may be required. Skills and Experience Required: In depth automotive/motorsport technical knowledge Understanding of full vehicle architecture and systems Logical, problem solving ability Ability to analyse data and present conclusions using Excel and PowerPoint etc Ability to undertake Fault finding, diagnosis and failure mode analysis across all car systems is desirable. Candidate needs to be flexible in the approach to projects and be able to appraise issues associated with ultra-low volume projects and motorsport. Experience of working in a similar or technical role within the automotive industry, motorsport experience an advantage, with demonstrable track record of delivery. Knowledge of Cosworth data logging systems an advantage. Education Required: It is anticipated candidates will be educated to Degree Level, or HNC/ HND with significant experience

Contract / Gaydon, Warwickshire