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My client, a pioneer in the Electric Vehicle technology industry, is looking for a Chassis Integration Mechanical Engineer to join their Surrey based team. In this role you will be given the opportunity to become an expert in your field and work within a team of innovative and motivated Engineers. If you are looking for a fastpaced and collaborative environment to progress your career this could be the opportunity for you!
In this role you will support vehicle integration including suspension, braking, bearings, wheels/tyres. The role will primarily be based in Surrey but there may be international travel involved.
Your responsibilities will include (but not be limited to):
Take ownership of existing product CAD data and system characteristics and develop it to support customer vehicles or systems.
Develop vehicle integration solutions including wheel, brake, suspension, bearing and other components to meet customer expectations.
Support onsite mechanical integration activities and problem resolution.
Manage the relationships with customers and suppliers to propose professional solutions to overcome issues during product integration to the target vehicles.
Author high quality drawings and documents to support customer engineering activities (to BS 8888).
Provide Guidance and supporting analysis to mature designs with series production intent.
Produce creative and innovative designs.
Development and analysis of engineering solutions.
Produce and manipulate complex CAD models.
Required skills and experience:
Technical understanding of vehicle suspension and braking components.
Experience of 3D CAD (e.g. Solidworks, Catia etc)
Degree (BEng) in relevant engineering field.
Understanding of automotive mechanical design processes, specifically suspension and chassis components.
Knowledge of codes of conduct and ethical working.
Ability to communicate verbally and through technical documentation in English.
Ability to work in an international environment.
Ability to selfmotivate and work with minimal oversight.
Good computer skills (Microsoft Office, Solidworks).
Excellent personal and task organisation.
Desirable skills and experience:
Masters degree in relevant engineering field.
Chartered status with a recognised engineering body.
OEM/Tier 1 experience with vehicle systems/assemblies.
Experience working with high power electric and hybrid powertrains.
Experience of automotive traction batteries and motors.
Experience of working with foundation brakes and NVH optimisation.