Technical Lead Engineer (Future Powertrain Technology)

£50000 to £55000
07 Oct 2017
07 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Role: Technical Lead Engineer (Future Powertrain Technology) Salary: £50,000 to £55,000 (dependent on proven ability) + bonus + excellent bens Location: Reading, Berkshire Corporate heavy weight, is seeking a proven powertrain Senior Engineer / Development Engineer. My client has strong links to the automotive industry, this opportunity will sit within their advanced technology consultancy business. The aim of this division is to create new and compelling concepts within; smart mobility, concepts beyond internal combustion and intelligent operations. This is an excellent opportunity for a Senior Powertrain Engineer to take-on an exciting opportunity and work at the forefront of a game-changing product. The product has the potential to change the way in which lubricants are delivered, used and collected in the car market through the creation of a 'precision lubrication system', and offers significant efficiency, financial and environmental benefits to the industry. You will work within a unique, fast-paced start-up style team made up of innovative, energetic and hardworking professionals; while holding responsibility for technology delivery -the key to a large scale business opportunity. The technology and engineering activities are split between the Core Technology and Programme teams. As a Powertrain Senior Engineer / Technical Lead Engineer you would cover the following activities: * Develop new technology innovations from concept through to functional prototypes. * Develop concept ready technology to produce validated production intent designs. * Define and execute technical programmes to meet agreed deliverables. * Act as technical interface to customers and suppliers covering a broad range of project activities. * Application of automotive industry processes for new technology and product development. * Leadership of, and participation within, multiple project technical teams.
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