Vehicle Design Engineer
Anyone with an interest in automotive knows the name Enzo Ferrari, the founder of the legendary Ferrari brand. He was a pioneer, creating some of the most recognisable designs, what if I told you that you could support the next generation of industry leading vehicles? If this sounds interesting then I suggest you keep on reading.
As just mentioned as a Vehicle Design Engineer, you will be supporting the next generation of industry leading vehicles in their structural and architectural development. If you are a forward-looking and innovative engineer then this role will be perfect for you, as you’ll be shaping the future of automotive structures.
You will be designing and analysing Node-based vehicle structures, as well as creating, refining and executing new technical solutions. You’ll also be developing and updating structural designs, whilst also conducting engineering analysis on existing programmes, so there’s plenty of tasks to get stuck into. All of the above will be done whilst working in a collaborative team environment, with a real focus on efficient production and assembly.
As the perfect candidate you’ll have a BS or MS in Mechanical Engineering or equivalent, with a proven track record of shipping innovative, robust and maintainable products through a full cycle development. You will have 5+ years of CAD and CAE experience, as well as previous experience of performing detailed engineering analysis on structural components. As well as all of the above, you will have recent experience using advanced materials to achieve lightweight structural solutions.
If you fancy yourself as the next ‘Enzo’ don’t hesitate to get in touch, don’t worry if your CV isn’t up to date just get in contact and we’ll go from there.
This vacancy is being advertised by Kensington Consulting Ltd.
Kensington Consulting Ltd operates as a Recruitment / Employment Agency for the provision of the permanent candidates and as a Recruitment / Employment Business for the provision of temporary candidates. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate on the grounds of age and we confirm that we will gladly accept applications from persons of age for this role.