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Electrical Automotive Engineer
Title: Electrical Automotive Engineer
Category: Other
Job type: Permanent
Job status: Full Time
Salary: £20.84
Salary per: hour
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As a world renowned Automotive Manufacturer situated in the Basildon area of Essex – we are looking for an electrical Engineer to work within our Product development facility.

The contract vacancy will run initially until the end of December – with a then likely 12 month review there on after. The Electrical Engineer will act as a Program module team leader within the Electrical and Electronics systems engineering division.

The Electrical Engineer will ideally possess company systems knowledge from a previous role working internally to Dunton. Including, but not limited to:

GPDS - Global Product development system

Advanced Bill of materials

eFDVS – Design Verification System

WERS - World Engineering Release system

ED&T Governance board trained

PC based skills within Microsoft Office, Excel

Skills Preferred:

Program management skills and knowledge on Automotive electrical / electronic systems

Experience Required:

Circa 5 years in engineering with previous electrical engineering experience beneficial

Experience Preferred:

Minimum 5 years in engineering with previous electrical engineering experience

Education Required:

Electrical engineering degree / Mechanical Engineering degree.

Company systems – as listed above

Applicants must possess the unconditional right to work in the UK without the need for a Visa / Sponsorship.
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