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Laboratory Engineer (Automotive) - 35274

  • Location

    Gaydon, Warwickshire

  • Sector:

    Automotive

  • Job disciplines:

    Contract

  • Salary:

    £20 - £21 per hour

  • Contact:

    Rachel Meacham

  • Contact email:

    rachel.meacham@jonlee.co.uk

  • Salary high:

    21

  • Salary low:

    20

  • Job ref:

    BBBH47097

  • Published:

    4 months ago

  • Duration:

    12 months

  • Expiry date:

    2018-05-20

  • Startdate:

    ASAP

  • Consultant:

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Laboratory Engineer (Automotive) - 35274 - up to £21.07/hr - Body Engineering

Location - Gaydon, Warwickshire

Position Description:

Laboratory Engineer - Analytical / Chemistry Job

  • Role is to carry out test and analysis, specifically analytical chemistry related. This includes vehicle program activity
  • Analysis of powertrain fluids during and after durability tests, (to include Oil, Fuel and Urea solution analysis).
  • Analysis of any development tested parts that have not performed as expected.
  • Materials characterisation to analyse and fingerprint materials both existing and new developments, for future comparison on quality checks.
  • It also includes Warranty and failure investigations, where materials / components are forensically examined to allow root cause

Skills Required:

3 KEY SKILLS

  • Practical knowledge of instrumented analytical techniques (ICP, GC/MS, FT-IR, DSC, KF etc)
  • Ability to apply chemistry knowledge into practical investigation
  • Knowledge of wet chemistry techniques

Experience Required:

  • Experience of working in a chemistry laboratory / environment
  • Knowledge of automotive systems, powertrain, trim.
  • Knowledge in Failure Mode investigations

Education Required: Degree in Chemistry

Unfortunately candidates requiring visa sponsorship CANNOT be considered for this role. To apply you MUST have either an EU/UK passport or a Visa that does not require sponsorship.

For more information and to apply for this role please contact Rachel Meacham.