Aerospace Research Project Engineer (fixed term) – Nottingham

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  • Proposed Salary £30,942 £40,322 A Year
  • Career Level Executive
  • Experience 2 Years
  • Gender Any
  • Industry Engineering
  • Qualifications Associate Degree
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Job Description

The Centre for Aerospace Manufacturing (CAM) is looking for a highly versatile and skilled mechanical or manufacturing engineer to join our team.

CAM works extensively with the aerospace manufacturing industry, both in the UK and in Europe. Our current research portfolio includes seven major industrially focused, government-funded projects. Across these projects, there is a need to deliver mechanical and manufacturing engineering expertise, as well as project management to ensure successful delivery of the research project outcomes.

The role will involve application of a range of professional engineering skills relating to the development, implementation and test of novel manufacturing technologies and processes in support of advancing the state of the art in aerospace assembly. If successful, you will assume a significant responsibility for providing technical project management across several of the current projects.

Liaison and stakeholder management with academics, researchers, technical colleagues, and industrial colleagues will form a part of the role.

Key tasks for the post will include:

Technical project management of research projects involving both academia and industry
Development and implementation of new concepts for automated assembly
Testing and validation of technology demonstrators
Management of automated assembly systems development and validation
Liaison with industrial and academic partners and technology suppliers
Reporting to key stakeholders
Candidates must hold a BEng or equivalent in an appropriate field. They should be confident, have excellent communication skills and the ability to work in a team. Experience of working within the UK and EU, in both industry and research is preferable.

This post is offered on a fixed term contract for 2 years. This is a full time, 36.25h per week post, however applications are welcome for part time working minimum 25h per week. Job share arrangements may be considered.

Informal enquiries may be addressed to Alison Turner, tel: 0115 748 6166, email Alison.The Centre for Aerospace Manufacturing (CAM) is looking for a highly versatile and skilled mechanical or manufacturing engineer to join our team.

CAM works extensively with the aerospace manufacturing industry, both in the UK and in Europe. Our current research portfolio includes seven major industrially focused, government-funded projects. Across these projects, there is a need to deliver mechanical and manufacturing engineering expertise, as well as project management to ensure successful delivery of the research project outcomes.

The role will involve application of a range of professional engineering skills relating to the development, implementation and test of novel manufacturing technologies and processes in support of advancing the state of the art in aerospace assembly. If successful, you will assume a significant responsibility for providing technical project management across several of the current projects.

Liaison and stakeholder management with academics, researchers, technical colleagues, and industrial colleagues will form a part of the role.

Key tasks for the post will include:

Technical project management of research projects involving both academia and industry
Development and implementation of new concepts for automated assembly
Testing and validation of technology demonstrators
Management of automated assembly systems development and validation
Liaison with industrial and academic partners and technology suppliers
Reporting to key stakeholders
Candidates must hold a BEng or equivalent in an appropriate field. They should be confident, have excellent communication skills and the ability to work in a team. Experience of working within the UK and EU, in both industry and research is preferable. more details on company site

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