A leading premium automotive business and leading to move towards electric autonomous vehicles.
WHAT TO EXPECT
The successful candidate will be responsible for the development, testing and introduction of SVO Inverters, which form part of the Electric Drive Unit (EDU) system. This development is to support the SVO Cycle Plan, delivering on time to cost and quality targets. The Lead Engineer will report into the SVO Transmissions, Driveline & EDU Manager.
Key Accountabilities and Responsibilities
As an Inverter Engineer, you will act as Lead Engineer for EDU inverters within SVO Propulsion Engineering, deliver SVO EDU inverters to quality, cost and time, including maintaining the Worldwide Engineering Release System (WERS), and own and deliver the Engineering Advanced Product Quality Planning (APQP) deliverables. You will manage Change Request, expenditure forecasting and the relevant supplier teams in support of delivery of the programme milestones
WHAT YOULL NEED
The ideal candidate will have a passion for the automotive industry and the potential of SVO for JLR, strong project management capabilities with the ability to multitask, and be comfortable challenging cross-functionally and at a variety of levels within the business. They will also have a Degree in relevant Mechanical/Electrical engineering discipline
Knowledge, Skills and Experience
Previous experience with power electronics development
Previous experience with Functional Safety development and sign-off
Previous experience of leading the resolution of business, technical and process issues within a Project Team environment
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with strong influencing and engagement skills
A good working knowledge of product creation & delivery, change control, product definition and change management processes
Previous experience with e-machine/electric motor development