Electrical Engineer - Construction /Off Highway vehicles, Greater Manchester salary between £40-50k.
The vehicle will not move or operate. No lights on, no-one's home.
Not with you around. Where to start working out how to fix the problem?
Electrical circuit design, no wait or was it the harness? Actually, let's check the 3D CAD routing design. Bingo! No two days will be the same. You'll be working with the Engineering Team solving the Electrical Engineering challenges on new construction vehicles and their associated harness, schematics, routing and BoM specifications for both electrical and electronic components.
Oh and did we mention electrical components, great! And electronic control systems, you'll need a CAN do attitude, plus be able to define software requirements.
That's part of the puzzle too that you will be solving as an Electrical Engineer, blending your know-how with the real world applications of these cutting edge construction vehicles, keeping in mind how they'll be used on site.
If you could be the one to have those light bulb moments (continuing the electrical theme there) and are looking to apply your construction vehicle experience in the design and development of new excavator electrical installations, working closely with international electrical teams and suppliers please get back in touch