Senior Technician Engineer
Job title: Senior Technician Engineer
Work type: Full Time - Permanent
Location: Brentwood, Essex
Categories: Development,Manufacturing, Engineering, Testing, Quality
A career at CMB.TECH means joining one of the world's first developers and integrators of hydrogen solutions with the focus on engineering, hydrogen infrastructure, industrial, on-road, off-road and marine applications.
The Senior Technician Engineer is a key role within the Workshop team, is someone who works alongside the Engineering team for the test, development and validation of whole vehicle/vessel, powertrain, subsystems, and other engineering activities.
What you’ll need
Support the business plan to meet safety, quality, volume and cost targets, reporting to the Project Manager or other Departmental Head in a correct, efficient and timely manner that includes:
- Supporting workshop and dynamometer test-based project activities, including the removal, replacement, adjustment of any components or systems as required.
- Working from verbal direction, written instructions, sketches, 3D CAD models and detail-drawings.
- Defining and procuring necessary hardware and software to support projects.
- Conducting development and validation tests to support program and project timing.
- Carrying out fault diagnosis.
- Customer liaison as required for the project. Be a good ambassador for the company in front of all customers or potential customers.
- Flexible working practices including working away from home, potentially being abroad for weeks at a time
- Utilising computer-based systems, produce the necessary reports for evaluation and validation.
- Maintaining a clean and tidy working environment.
- Work in accordance with all Health & Safety and Quality & Environmental policies affecting his working area.
Please send your CV to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Reference: Senior Technician Engineer
Please note: We reserve the right to close the vacancy to applications at any time should we receive sufficient applications.
Advertised: 24 May 2021