Williams Grand Prix Engineering Ltd

  • Prototype Build Project Engineer

    Location UK-OXF-Grove
    Posted Date 3 months ago(27.7.2018 1:18 PM)
    Job ID
    2611
    # Positions
    1
  • Overview

    Williams Advanced Engineering are currently recruiting for a Prototype Build Project Engineer to join our team on a permanent basis.

     

    The successful candidate will be responsible for managing the delivery of engineering prototypes to the user on time and within budget. They will coordination the process from bill of materials release, change management. build planning, supplier engagement, engineering specifications, timing and workshop interface.

     

    The Project Engineer will assess and deliver the geometry against customer attributes and running zone lead package meetings through the use of clash detection and coordinating change management activities.

     

    Duties will be wide ranging and varied and will include being seconded to projects operating within a deliverables and gateway derived process as part of the vehicle integration team who have overall responsibility for ensuring that the systems integration, package and CAD is compatible across the vehicle zone you lead.

     

    You will work alongside internal departments within WAE that will include the systems teams who are responsible for ensuring the commodities are production released with a full engineering sign off as well as Attribute Team Leaders who ensure products are meeting customer expectations.

     

    Client liaison and relationship building is an essential part of the operational duties, acting as a professional Williams representative at all times.

     

    The successful candidate will have a solid engineering background.

     

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

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