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Project Engineer - Chassis
This role is for a Component Delivery Engineer in the Chassis Tyre, Assemblies and TPMS Team, to support the delivery of the tyre to programs.
The role is mainly office based. A high level of project management of suppliers will be required with step by step analysis of test results that will lead to a successful development of a tyre. An understanding of tyre performance characteristics is important, however an in depth knowledge of the delivery process is essential. Skills Required: Proficient in the component releasing process, with a good understanding of the program timing plans
Lead the day to day issues resolution with lead engineers and vehicle attribute teams to develop designs that meet targets
Good MS-Office skills willing to be trained
Relevant Engineering Degree
Understanding the delivery process, WERS, FMA, RMDV,PSW
Ability to deliver with minimum supervision
A good working knowledge of product creation and delivery, change control, product definition and change management processes
Basic understanding of Tyre sizing and performance
Understanding of TPMS functionality
Experience in dealing with suppliers
Proven project management skills
Self-motivated and independent working and good time management skills
Good at team work and able to manage people
The primary location for the role will be Gaydon
Relevant training can be provided as necessary.
You Must Have Current UK Work Authorisation To Apply For This Role
Matchtech acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary workers and is part of Gattaca Plc.
Gattaca Plc provides support services to Matchtech and may assist with processing your application.
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