Project Engineer

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Job Description

We have a fantastic opportunity for someone with a passion for engineering to join the AMRC Machining Group. You will be an enthusiastic individual and will will be asked to work on a variety of projects, you will be expected to be flexible and able to adapt to a challenging portfolio aligning with the key pillars of the AMRC strategic focus in digitalisation, sustainability, future propulsion and supply chain resilience.

In this role, you will work within integrated project teams, and work on a portfolio of projects of varying lengths in duration potentially across a range of themes. You will be supported by and work closely with a team with expertise in the relevant fields of research and technology, engineering applications and project management. The projects will be broadly based on machining technology with a focus on research and technology and how this can be applied in an industrial arena.

You will:

  • Have a good honours degree in an engineering discipline (or equivalent experience).
  • The ability to plan, monitor and revise requirements based on changing circumstances and events.
  • Effective communication skills, both written and verbal. Where possible experience in report writing skills, delivering a variety of presentations, communicating to staff at all levels.
  • The personal desire to embrace ‘on-the-job’ technical guidance and training opportunities to further the successful
    candidates’ knowledge and capabilities.

About the Team

The Machining Group develop techniques which deliver significant improvements in machining performance and span Machining Dynamics, Cutting Technology, Process Modelling, Grinding, Computer-Aided Manufacturing Development, Gear Manufacturing, Emerging Machining Technology, Allied to this research activity the machining group develop machining processes using techniques created by the technology
teams and make demonstration components to prove these processes, so that they can be introduced into industry. This includes Rotatives, Casings, Aerofoils and Blisks, Structures (including Landing Gear) and Work-holding & Automation.