34138 Electronics & Software Engineer - Gaydon £2645/Hr Ltd

Engineering & Production Management Con.
£26.45 p hour + Limited Company
10 Oct 2017
20 Oct 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
The Driver Information section of Electrical Engineering is responsible for developing and delivering displays, instrument cluster and head up displays in to all JLR vehicles. Within this group the Hardware Team is looking to recruit an experienced automotive electronics and software engineer to specify and deliver hardware, including but not inclusive to, PCB design, mechanical design, interface development alignment and design into our new vehicle programmes. This is a great opportunity for an engineer with the right skills and approach to come and work in a fast paced, exciting environment at Gaydon and have a positive impact on our Customers experience. KEY SKILLS REQUIRED Supplier management and gateway delivery. PCB and Mechanical design. Project delivery through managing multiple requirements interfaces and reporting. Experience Required: Degree in Electronics Engineering (preferred) / automotive engineering or equivalent. Track record in delivery of automotive electronics / Hardware projects. Leadership and be an active Team Member in a multi discipline team. Maintain control and progress on all of the factory deliverables such as GRADE, RMDV, AIMS, WERS etc and ensure on time delivery to gateways. Be able to manage the multiple demands of workload both within the team and the supplier base. Have a sound knowledge of automotive electrical systems / components / feature delivery. Proactive in using problem solving and failure mode avoidance tools and techniques. Support and report out to the relevant programmes and Electrical project reviews as required. Experience Preferred: Already working on and delivering displays or instrument cluster projects. To have worked within tier 1 or OEM. Up to date knowledge of CAN and scripting tools used for module development, programming, diagnostics.
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