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Senior Design Engineer
Salary: £40,000 – 50,000 + Benefits
Are you a senior design engineer responsible for wearing multiple hats who wants to work for a larger company where you can develop a career and have a progression plan carved out for you? Our client specialise in various different components and systems for aerospace customers and require a true ‘engineer’ who can get involved with the entire product lifecycle from concept through to manufacture of hydraulic systems.
As a senior design engineer, you will be responsible for ensuring projects are delivered to specification, on time and within budget, ensure products are in-line with regulatory requirements as well as liaise/build relationships with customers and suppliers alike. In relation to the more technical aspects of the role, you will be designing hydraulic pumps and motors in a 3D CAD tool, conduct FEA/CFD analysis where necessary, conduct engineering gateway meetings/reviews and more.
Ideally, you will be currently working as a design engineer performing a full-lifecycle role and wearing multiple hats, ideally within an SME or start-up. You will have a sound knowledge of mechanical engineering principles ideally within a highly-regulated industry.
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