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Our client is an electric performance automotive brand that are currently looking to recruit a Senior Braking Engineer due to huge growth plans for the business.
Key Objectives & Responsibilities:
Reporting to the Chief Engineer Vehicle Development you will lead the Braking Attribute within the
Vehicle Attributes team. The Braking Attribute Leader will lead the brake cooling, performance, pedal feel and brake NVH attributes for the program.
•Lead benchmarking and the vehicle target setting process
•Ensure that hardware can meet vehicle level targets.
•Work through all program gateways from concept to Job1 to meet targets.
•Plan out the development and validation program
•Lead braking development including CAE, dyno and vehicle testing.
•Work with the brakes design team to ensure prototype phases have the right level of components, tuneables and agree deliverables.
•Carry out subjective assessment and objective measurement on vehicles.
•Report out status and driving resolution to issues.
•Work closely with Stability Control
•Travel within the UK and Worldwide for development testing will be required.
•You will have a bachelor’s degree or equivalent in a relevant area with at least a few years industry
•Good knowledge of vehicle foundation brake and stability control systems
•You’ll be experienced with subjective vehicle assessment and evaluation.
•Experience with vehicle brake testing on prototype vehicles, including objective measurement, data
logging and processing
•Be familiar with OEM product development systems
•Excellent organising and planning skills
If you believe you have what it takes to work at the heart of automotive innovation, then we look
forward to reviewing your application.
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