Redhill, Surrey, RH1 5JQ
£25k - £32k pa, depending on quals and experience
21 January 2018
KTP Advert Ref:
An exciting opportunity has become available for an enthusiastic and self motivated Engineering graduate to lead a project to innovate in computer aided design and manufacture of medical devices, enhancing productivity by linking simulations, automatic machining code generation, additive manufacturing , and inspection to CAD models to significantly reduce machine setting times. This position is a 36 month fixed term contract, with a £2k per annum dedicated training budget tailored towards your personal development.
Qualifications we require:
The successful candidate will have a BEng or BSc (minimum 2:1) in Manufacturing or Mechanical Engineering, Design Engineering or a related Engineering degree (such as Mechatronic Engineering). A higher degree, or work experience which can substitute for a higher degree, is desirable.
The successful candidate must possess:
Knowledge of simulation software for computer aided design/manufacture, ideally with practical application through project work, placement and/or work experience.
Knowledge/experience of the following is desirable:
Computer programming software (e.g. Visual Basic, C++, Matlab);
Knowledge of instrumentation and data analysis (e.g. CMM)
Medical engineering and medical device manufacture, including additive manufacturing.
Essential skills we require as a minimum:
An excellent communicator (both written and oral), with an engaging personality to support the development of strong, effective relationships
An interest in manufacturing
The aptitude to apply technologies developed through research to a commercial scenario, understanding the needs of internal and external customers and stakeholders
An ambition and ability to take ownership of a challenging and impactful technical project.
Knowledge Base Partner:
Brighton, University of
Automatics Tooling Company Limited
Company business area:
Manufacture high quality machined components and assemblies for the aerospace, defence and the emerging orthopaedic prosthesis market.
Sue Fleming, Knowledge Exchange Team|Department of Research, Enterprise and Social Partnerships| University of Brighton |Cockcroft C801 | Moulsecoomb | Brighton BN2 4GJ, Tel: 01273 642424