Propulsion Vehicle Facilities Engineer

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Propulsion Vehicle Facilities Engineer

  • Location: Central Bedfordshire
  • Salary: Up to £40000.00 per annum per year
  • Job Type:Permanent

Posted 7 months ago

  • Sector: Technical & Engineering Recruitment
  • Contact: Kieran Evans
  • Contact Email:
  • Start Date: ASAP
  • Expiry Date: 12 February 2022
  • Job Ref: BBBH42332 KE_1642094060

My client who are a leading Automotive testing business who provide vehicle test, validation and engineering services to their customers in the Automotive, Transport, Petrochemical and Security sectors have an opportunity for a Propulsion Vehicle Facilities Engineer to join their team on a permanent basis.

My client boasts a range of testing facilities including tracks, engine dynos, environmental chambers, crash labs and emissions dynos, this specific role will be working within their propulsion testing department as a Facilities Engineer.

The day-to-day duties include:

  • Provide engineer support for test emissions equipment and to test engineers
  • Enhance facility uplift levels to achieve operational efficiency
  • Manage calibration and maintenance of all test equipment
  • Resolve equipment issues that cannot be repaired at operational level

What we are looking for:

  • Engineering Degree
  • Experience with measurement devices such as analytical analysers, FTIR's within an automotive testing environment
  • Experienced in servicing chassis dynos and instrumentation including calibration and troubleshooting
  • AVL knowledge is highly desirable

So, if you are a Facilities Engineer from an engine testing background looking to join a globally recognised company who have an excellent brand in the testing and development automotive world then this could be the role for you, and I would love to hear from you.

On offer is a competitive salary along with a comprehensive benefits package.

If the role sounds of interest, then click to apply and Kieran Evans will be in contact to discuss the finer details.