Principal Engineer – Mechanical Engineering
Do you enjoy working on fast-paced projects, applying your engineering skills to a wide variety of technologies and applications and challenging yourself every day?
Our client specialises in the engineering and development of electrified propulsion, driveline and automation systems for customers all over the world. We are undertaking fascinating projects in the automotive, aerospace and defence industries and also diversifying into new areas. They offer a refreshing working culture with a 4½ day standard working week and a team focused environment. Engineers are our priority, development of their technical skills and business experience is our working goal.
You will be:
• Utilising state of the art simulation techniques and design tools to design, develop and prototype transmission, driveline and actuation systems.
• Developing new methods to solve industry problems, generating market leading solutions.
• Responsible for the delivery of technical work packages and whole projects.
• Leading by example implementing the technical processes to ensure it is executed to the highest quality when developing others in standards of drawings and technical reporting.
• Managing multi person/cross functional projects to achieve budgeted margin and maintain an excellent relationship with customers, whilst being accountable to the operations board for their outcome.
• Developing and maintaining strategic relationships on behalf of the function with key account responsibilities to maintain and build revenue streams in your sector.
• Taking an active role in the professional development of others within the function.
• An active stake holder in the Mechanical Engineering functions quality system, generating and developing technical and procedural capabilities and ensuring their continuous development.
• Marketing through technical and commercial forums, conferences and white papers.
• Managing challenging proposals and quotes that define the strategy of the project while mitigating technical and commercial risks.