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JOB TITLE Senior Development Engineer – Advanced Manufacturing
DEPARTMENT Design and Development
REPORTS TO Chief Design and Engineering Officer
We are seeking a technically and commercially skilled senior engineer to join our team and help deliver the next ten years of products. To reach the potential of the business we must adopt product designs and associated manufacturing techniques that are highly scalable and deliver products with world-class quality at low cost. With this we can get the next half-million people on our bikes.
The successful candidate will bring expertise in Product Development, Design for Manufacture, Materials Selection and Production Technology to shape the engineering strategy for our future product pipeline and our manufacturing base. You will assess the suitability of new material options and manufacturing technologies for our product needs. You will lead prototyping and testing to assess the engineering suitability of new technologies and run pilot studies to investigate promising options. You will accurately estimate costs, both capital and operational and build business cases to allow the business to back the most appropriate technologies. You will build and work with BOMs to understand and predict whole-product costs. The role sits within the Design and Development group but you will support projects through to launch, working with product designers to ensure product requirements are met and production engineers to progress effectively through trial and pre-production builds.
You will be instrumental in taking a thriving and iconic British brand into the next phase of its development.
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