Mechanical Design Engineer

  • Job Ref. 010983
  • Location London
  • Salary £ 50,000 p.a.
  • Job Type Permanent
  • Contact James Speller

Job Description

A unique opportunity to join a growing, high-tech, international team are looking for a Mechanical Design Engineer. As a Mechanical Design Engineer it will be your responsibility to design the battery module and pack paying specific attention to the thermal management.

Commutable from: London, Oxford, Reading

Salary: £ 50,000 p.a.

Suitable for: Mechanical Design Engineer, Design Engineer, Powertrain Engineer,

The Role

3D Mechanical Design with Siemens NX
Thermal analysis of Li-Ion battery modules and packs.
Perform / support concept studies and layouts, as well as detailed component design, modelling and drawings (including GD&T)
Carry out design for manufacture and design for assembly for components and systems
Follow tolerance strategies for individual components and systems
Perform package checks
Capable of drawing checks
Capable of detailed supplier discussions including relaying design intent to suppliers and understanding manufacturing constraints
Support in establishing component and/or system characteristics, attributes and requirements
Support component design evolution

The Candidate

2 years` minimum experience of automotive battery module and pack component design/engineering.
Mechanical or Automotive Engineering Degree 2:1 or above
Minimum of 1 years Siemens NX, with 2+ year`s total 3D CAD solid modelling experience
Highly motivated and a team player
Experience of data management tools
Strong GD&T, DFM and DFA experience

To apply, please forward an up to date copy of your CV via email or call James Speller on 07557923976 for an informal discussion.

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