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Key Objectives & Responsibilities:
Project Engineer – Body Structures
Reporting to the Principal Engineer Body Structures the Project Engineer will be responsible for playing a key role in the development of body structure systems company vehicle programs.
The Project Engineer will be responsible for project management aspects of programme
delivery & planning including system design, target setting, specification, DFMEA, development,
verification & launch.
* Project management of body structure systems to meet required project milestones from concept engineering to launch
* Ensuring program targets are met for responsible systems for cost, mass, quality, timing and other attributes
* Collaboration with other function groups to drive feasible and cost-effective solutions whilst also pushing the boundaries on structural performance and technology
* Ownership of the technical specifications, DFMEAs, DVPs and other key technical documents as part of the new vehicle development process
* Supplier management
* You’ll have a minimum of 5 years relevant automotive experience, with a good exposure to Body Structures and/or HV systems.
* Detailed knowledge and understanding of the requirement for the development of varied vehicle systems including vehicle structural performance
* Proven track record of delivering vehicle systems
* An understanding and passion for future and current Body Structure and/or HV vehicle technologies
* Understanding and experience in New Product Development life cycle
* Ability to work flexibly within the wider Body Structures team
* Excellent communication and co-ordination skills
* Experience in CAD (Catia V5) and Teamcenter would be beneficial but not essential
* Technical and personal credibility, working effectively with other functional teams
* Ability to prioritise workload & manage external inputs/requests
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