Systems Architecture - Research Engineer

  • Job Ref. 010837
  • Location Coventry
  • Salary £ 25,000 - £ 35,000 p.a plus benefits
  • Job Type Permanent
  • Contact Rebecca Gibbs

Job Description

The Manufacturing Technology Centre is a UK success story - created to provide manufacturing systems solutions in an agile environment in partnership with industry, academia and other institutions. Working in partnership with Consilium Recruit they are seeking a Manufacturing Systems Engineer to work within a newly created team. The purpose of the role is to support the Systems Architecture team with identifying new technology and processes.

The Role

Duties and responsibilities for the Manufacturing Systems Engineer are:
• To undertake innovative, project based research work
• To contribute to the development of project proposals or research projects
• To understand latest technologies and be able to advise on the transfer into industry
• Presenting findings to clients and proving feedback to project teams and colleagues

The Person

The successful candidates for the Manufacturing Systems role will:
• Have a degree accredited by a Professional Engineering Institution
• Be able to demonstrate that they can work with a level of autonomy with supervision required in more complex projects / tasks
• Be able to communicate to technical and non-technical audiences inside and outside of the MTC
• Have an affinity with an understanding of the technology themes outlined in appendix One

To apply for the role of Manufacturing Systems Engineer, please forward an up to date copy of your CV to Rebecca Gibbs

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June 29, 2018

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