Specialist, Mechanical Designer
Job title: Specialist, Mechanical Designer (Inside IR35)
Role: Contract – Ending December 2022 (likely to be extended for 2023)
Hours: 40 hours weekly
Rate: Up to £27.24p/h Ltd/Umb DOE
We require a Specialist Mechanical Designer for our client in Oxford, who will be responsible to develop the mechanical designs, for one of the most prestigious automotive brands.
As the Specialist Mechanical Designer your duties will include:
Detailed component design of subcomponents, including drawings, material choice and tolerance definitions
Coordinating design elements across mechanical and electronics team
Ensuring well documented part releases
Delivery of design ready for B2P manufacture including design pack of BOM and documentation
As the Specialist Mechanical Designer, you should have the following skills and competencies:
Master’s degree in mechanical engineering or similar.
Experienced within Mechanical Design of automotive powertrain components and power electronics
Strong working professional experience in mechanical automotive design of powertrain components, ideally in power electronics.
Good experience with mechanical design software tools (CATIA).
Experience with CAE simulation tools, like FEM and thermal simulation.
Experienced and methodical development approaches.
FMEA & DFMEA
Design for manufacture
Thermal Analysis, Heatsink & Enclosure design
Testing & Validation, Documentation
Word, Excel, Project
German language skills are beneficial
Willingness for a later local employment in Steyr/Austria is desired
Demand for this role will undoubtedly be high and interviews will be arranged very soon. Apply now if you have a background in Automotive mechanical designs, and Siemens. If you have any questions about Specialist, Mechanical Designer's role, please contact Jordyn Disspain at Jonathan Lee Recruitment using (url removed)
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