NVH Engineer - 53119
£23.00 Ltd Co
IR35 Status: Inside
A NVH Engineer is required to work within the engine/transmission systems NVH area covering unit support and system development.
This company based in Basildon requires a NVH Engineer to carry out the following for a new contract role:
- Develop and cascade component NVH targets
- Develop program plans for NVH sign off of a powertrain /component, involving Test and CAE work streams
- Co-ordinate rigs and vehicles for test
- Detailed analysis of the acquired noise and vibration data of prototype powertrains from rig or vehicle testing and compile the findings into standard reports
- Review test and CAE results in-depth with responsible program engineer provide design guidance
- Liaison with other departments and suppliers.
The NVH Engineer should have the following skills or experience:
- Solid engineering background
- Good written and verbal communication skills
- Leadership and drive in resolving issues MS Office IT skills
- Proven team working capability.
- Powertrain and NVH experience.
- Motivated showing initiative, but must be able to work as part of a team.
- Creative and flexible.
- Engineering Degree 2.2 level or higher - Will look at graduates (Aero/Auto/Mech Eng), should have a final year project or work experience related to noise or vibration investigation.
This is an excellent opportunity for anyone with NVH test and CAE experience/awareness to develop your career. In return for your experience, this Basildon based automotive company will offer you:
- £23.00 Ltd Co
If you have any questions about the NVH Engineer role or would like to apply, please contact Tina Field at Jonathan Lee Recruitment on 01268 889259
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
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 Contracts are those of an Employment Business.