Project Engineer

Ref No. BHN546300
Location Fareham, England
Job type Permanent
Job Status Open


Project Engineer required lead the development of electro-mechanical Fuel System Components through the full lifecycle of the programme


Graduates are welcome to apply for this position

The Job

Eaton's Aerospace business in Titchfield, Hampshire is recognized as an industry leader in aerospace fuel systems and a premier supplier of fully integrated fuel systems for fixed and rotary wing aircraft. The site offers extensive fuel and air system test facilities, allowing either complete aircraft fuel & inerting systems or components to be tested over a wide range of altitudes and temperatures with differing fuel typesAs a Project Engineer, you will be involved in the design, development and qualification of new electro-mechanical fuel system components as well as support for existing in-service products.

You will deliver yourself or coordinate internal and external technical resource in the delivery of your allocated projects to ensure it is delivered to specification, on time and to budget. You will also support technical discussions with the customer and will develop long-term customer relations.

In this fast-paced environment it is essential that the successful candidate also has excellent organisation abilities and the ability to work on their own initiative. Previous experience working in an aerospace engineering environment would be advantageous, although applicants from other high technology engineering backgrounds will be considered.

Your responsibilities will be including but not limited to:

  • Ensuring that customer requirements are properly understood and that the design implementation meets these requirements.
  • Creating and managing detailed planning of engineering activities in line with top level program plan and in accordance with Eaton gate review process
  • Preparing and reviewing technical documentation in accordance with company procedures.
  • Co-ordinating internal and external resources and collaborate with engineering peers such that project actions are delivered to specification, on time and to budget.
  • Participating in technical discussions with the customer and maintain or improve customer relations.
  • Ensuring timely and consistent communication on progress, impacts and changes associated with the technical directions and status of the projects.
  • Participating in failure investigations associated with fuel system products.

About you:

  • Good engineering degree, (Mechanical, Electrical, Aerospace or Equivalent) or an apprenticeship plus relevant technical experience.
  • Experience in a relevant professional engineering environment ideally gained in the aerospace or equivalent high technology industry.
  • Experience with electro-mechanical product design and qualification.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • Strong report writing skills.
  • Knowledge or strong interest in aerospace system technology.
  • Good problem-solving skills.
  • Strong organizational skills.
  • Authority to work in the UK and within the US ITAR legislation.


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