Senior Mechanical Test Engineer

Recruiter
Orion Electrotech
Location
South West London, London
Salary
35000.0000
Posted
19 Jun 2017
Closes
19 Jul 2017
Sector
Engineering
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Senior Mechanical Test Engineer
Salary up to £40,000!
South London

Who are we?
We are a highly trusted, high performance company working on the design & development of novel and market leading equipment using new technologies. Our work is used to protect some of the toughest testing grounds and around the globe, with our operations in London, North America and the Far East. Our cliental ranges from Professional Athletes to the US Special Forces.

Things we are looking for in our new Senior Mechanical Test Engineer;
5 years' industry experience, proven track record of leading design teams & supporting junior team members
Working knowledge with FEA and 3D cad software, SolidWorks preferably
Knowledge of polymeric materials & risk management

What it takes to be part of the team?
You'll be able lead in a fast-paced environment, liaising with multiple departments in supporting development of new products and materials. We'll need you to be responsible for technical specifications, test methodologies, data analysis and recommendations on how best to proceed to develop our novel and market leading solutions.

Why us you say?
An opportunity to lead & work with novel technology across varied professions, supporting global applications and housing state-of-the-art laboratories for material development, product design, prototyping and testing. We have full-scale in-house testing facilities, trials, and mass production for all new product development!
You will be working with a variety of different products so will be challenged and given the chance to make a difference!

Apply now! Alternatively, you can contact James Ewart at Orion Electrotech in Reading,

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