Williams Grand Prix Engineering Ltd


Location UK-OXF-Grove
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(2.2.2018 12:57 PM)
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Williams Advanced Engineering are currently recruiting for a Designer to join our team on permanent Basis.


Reporting to the Chief Designer, this is a key role where the successful candidate will provide design support into a wide range of projects across the Business Development and Design departments. The designer will be responsible for generating innovative design products and IP for both internal and external projects and opportunities, managing delivery of concepts from initial proposal, concept design, through to engineering integration.


Duties will be wide ranging and varied and will include providing product design support across WAE, through hand sketches, computer graphics or 3D designs. Manage the progression of product designs from concept through to early product development, with focus and consideration on successful styling and engineering integration.


The successful candidate will apply technical and design awareness in understanding and capturing prospective customer requirements, supporting the business with graphics for presentations and marketing.


The successful applicant will have a degree in Automotive, Aerospace or Product Design or equivalent with portfolio of work, and have a strong attention to detail. A working knowledge of Siemens NX 9 and TeamCentre, or CATIA V5 would be advantageous.


You will have a good ability to use your own initiative and respond quickly to problems and have a working knowledge of proprietary PC software e.g. MS Word, Excel, Powerpoint.


Offsite and overseas travel will be required on occasion in this role


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.


The closing date for applications is Friday 2nd March at 12 noon


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