Jonathan Lee Recruitment is looking for a Vehicle Crash Test Technician in Test Services and Site Facilities in Cranfield to start ASAP for a 12-month contract. The role comes with a compelling rate of £17.32 per hour inside IR35.
As a Vehicle Crash Test Technician, you will prepare vehicles and components for crash tests in line with local procedures and company Engineering Manuals. The company will provide you with the necessary tools, instrumentation, and equipment for the deliverables/KPIs/SLAs, as well as task-specific PPE. Please note, we cannot progress candidates who require sponsorship to work in the UK.
In this Vehicle Crash Test Technician role, you can expect to:
- Support testing in different conditions to gather accurate, timely, and quality test data/results
- Support evaluation and concern identification, including liaison with the Test Engineer
- Support delivery of Key Performance Indicators for the section
- Use skills to provide support to other sections as required.
To apply for this Vehicle Crash Test Technician role, you will need a C&G / BTEC L3 in Mechanical or Automotive Engineering with a recognised Apprenticeship. You will also require the following:
- A fundamental understanding of vehicle disassembly, assembly, and maintenance techniques
- Vehicle system knowledge with the ability to fault find
- An electronic or electrical background (automotive)
- Experience within vehicle or component test environments (preferred)
- An understanding of basic component measurement techniques is preferred but not essential
To apply for this position please send your CV to email@example.com
Unfortunately we cannot progress candidates who require sponsorship to work in the UK.
Your CV will be forwarded to Jonathan Lee Recruitment, a leading engineering and manufacturing recruitment consultancy established in 1978. The services advertised by Jonathan Lee Recruitment are those of an Employment Agency.
In order for your CV to be processed effectively, please ensure your name, email address, phone number and location (post code OR town OR county, as a minimum) are included