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Electrical Module Engineer

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Electrical Module Engineer

Posted 19 April 2024
Salary Negotiable
Job type Contract
Discipline Connected Car Systems
Contact NameCharlotte Sujeeun

Job description

Position: Electrical Module Engineer

Sector: Electronics

Location: Solihull

Position Type: Contract

Outside IR35

About the company

Contechs are recruiting on behalf of their client who are known for manufacturing luxury hand-crafted motorcycles. They are looking for Electrical Modules Engineer to join their expanding team on a Contract basis. The role will be based in Solihull.

Job Description

As Electrical Module Engineer your main responsibilities are:

  • Support the Electrical engineering team with design change requests.
  • Reviewing and releasing the Clients' technical documents not restricted to but will include technical drawings, Specifications, FMEA's and DVP planning.
  • Understanding the requirements across the product range that must be considered in the development of new components/modules/hardware for use on the motorcycle.
  • Creating, reviewing and validating electrical hardware and software specifications (inputs/outputs etc) for the development of new components.

Why work through Contechs?

Contechs is a strategic partner to the automotive industry, providing innovative design and engineering services to global OEMs, from concept to production. Founded in 1997, Contechs has since established itself as a leading automotive recruitment specialist, recruiting across all disciplines in the product development process.

Its dedicated Contractor Care Team plays a pivotal role in providing an effective and successful placement for external employees, supporting them throughout their contract, from pre-placement to contract renewal.

If you know anyone that is suitable for the role, please visit our refer a friend page where we offer up to £600 for successful referrals:]

*Applicants MUST have proof of immediate, on-going and valid eligibility to work full time in the UK and travel within the EU.*