Jobs in Automotive near Kidderminster

Found 2 jobs
    • Kidderminster, Worcestershire
    • Negotiable
    • Posted 15 days ago

    Head of Electrification- Business Development. Automotive/Vehicle Test West Midlands £Negotiable The purpose of the role is to develop business with key customers and new clients, generating this work into profitable orders. The duties for the Head of Electrification role: - Develop and maintain expertise in work costing and quotation processes....

    • Kidderminster, Worcestershire
    • Negotiable
    • Posted about 1 month ago

    Applications Engineer £Competitive Hartlebury Automotive Our client a leading Automotive Tier 1 supplier requires an Applications Engineer to understand in detail the technical aspect of the client's portfolio for Business Units within Powertrain and Racing and Electrification. The Applications Engineer will support and present the Business Unit...

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Kidderminster Jobs

Kidderminster is a large town and civil parish in the Wyre Forest district of Worcestershire. Located just 17 miles south-west of Birmingham city centre and 15 miles north of Worcester city centre, Kidderminster with its many Victorian buildings, through which flows, the River Stour and the Staffordshire and Worcester Canal, has plenty on offer. 

The modern carpet industry, which was founded in the area in 1785 by Brintons, became extremely important to the local economy, so much so that the local newspaper is still named The Shuttle after the shuttles used on the carpet looms. By 1951 there were over thirty carpet manufacturers in the town. Aided by a 2004 grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund, a museum dedicated to the Kidderminster Carpet Industry was officially opened in 2012.