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Charge Design Engineer
Charge Design Engineer - Glascoed - 12 month contract - Rate TBC
As a Charge Design Engineer, you will be working within a small team as part of the Heavy Munitions business area. Heavy Munitions support a range of products including artillery, tanks, propellant charges and Naval products.
Your main responsibilities as a Charge Design Engineer will involve:
Design, development, test and evaluation activities of new and legacy propelling charges
Conducting and managing trials in a safe and suitable manner, from the trials planning stage to completion of the trial and presentation of the data
Development and use safe systems of work for engineering tasks
Interfacing with suppliers, both internal and external, to ensure that development activities are completed to time and schedule
Contributing to the Life Cycle Management process, where required
Contributing to the Risk Management process
Your skills and qualifications:
Degree in Chemistry or Chemical Engineering (or equivalent qualification or experience)
Experience of hazard identification, risk assessment and mitigation in support of trial or test activities
Proven ability to take ownership, prioritise and deliver objectives within development projects to ensure completion within agreed time-scales and to required standard
A good understanding of project/risk management and the ability to use associated tools and techniques
IT literate with working knowledge of Microsoft Office
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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