Williams Grand Prix Engineering Ltd

Design Engineer - Electrical Assemblies

UK-OXF-Grove
1 week ago(10.1.2018 12:11 PM)
Job ID
2474
# Positions
1

Overview

Williams Advanced Engineering are currently recruiting for a Design Engineer to join our Formula E design team on a permanent basis.

 

Reporting to the Head of Powertrain – Formula E, this is a key role where the successful individual will work with the team to undertake mechanical design of electrical/electronic assemblies, including but not limited to inverters, dcdc converters, power modules and battery systems. You will be responsible for component design and detailing using Siemens NX and TeamCentre.

 

In this role you will attend design reviews to present design ideas and to discuss and critique alternative design solutions. You will work closely with other mechanical, electrical and electronic engineers to fulfil requirements, assisting in generating and presenting project material.

 

The Ideal candidate will have a degree in mechanical engineering, experience in Formula 1 or Formula E (or equivalent formula) powertrain/component design would be advantageous.

 

The successful individual will have a good ability to use their own initiative and respond quickly to problems, with strong attention to detail, as well as a good working knowledge of proprietary PC software e.g. MS Word, Excel, Powerpoint.

 

To be successful in this role you will have a ‘can-do’ attitude and a drive for success.

 

This is an exciting opportunity to further your career within a high profile and varied position within Williams Advanced Engineering.

 

Please Note: Due to the Volume of applications we receive on a daily basis we cannot guarantee your application will be acknowledged or considered unless you have applied directly via our website www.williamsf1.com/careers. 

 

The closing date for applications is Friday 9th February at 12 noon

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