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Test & Trials Engineer

Job Details

The Role

Who are we?

Our Asset Performance Services Business Line comprises specialists from across the entire range of disciplines needed to address a full-spectrum of engineering asset management issues.

Our services span the full lifecycle of ownership and blend enterprise-level consultancy, solving real-world business critical problems, with unmatched engineering analytical pedigree.

In this way we help our clients ensure at every stage, that goals for cost, performance, safety, supportability and legal compliance will be met.

We offer a competitive salary (based on skills and experience), contributory pension scheme, life assurance, 25 days holiday, Company Profit Share and Group Wide Profit Share, plus other benefits

What’s the role?

We are currently experiencing significant growth in our Test and Trials team and are keen to expand further to recruit a number of Test and Trials Engineers, spanning a range of experience levels.

We are specifically looking to recruit into the following areas:

Successful candidates will be all have demonstrable experience as a Weapons Engineer.  A thorough understanding of Security is essential and a comprehensive and deep working knowledge of operations, safety and training is desirable.

These roles will be key and involve direct client liaison - acting as an intelligent customer, focussing on System and User Requirements with the overall aim of obtaining the best results for the customer.

Candidates would ideally have experience of Royal Navy Weapon Engineer Acceptance Tests and Trials but as a minimum should be able to confidently advise on correct procedures and policy. They will be expected to attend and support meetings, capture detail and define technical content and issues and should be confident in speaking and presenting to audiences at all levels.

Flexible and adaptable, candidates must be willing to work alone or as a team and willing to travel as required (there will be approximately 4-8 overnight stays a month depending on where the candidate is located).

       A Degree in Electronic/Electrical Engineering or equivalent or HND/HNC with equivalent experience

Proven experience and training in Project Management techniques and methodologies (including Scheduling and Project Risk Management) would be desirable but not essential.

If you would like to have an informal discussion about this role prior to applying please contact Louise Lane on 01489 553174.

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