Contract Engine/Powertrain Design Engineer CATIA - to GBP47/hr

35.00 - 47.00 GBP Hourly
24 Nov 2016
09 Dec 2016
Engineering, Design
Contract Type
Full Time
Contract Engine Designer / Powertrain Design Engineer - Hypercar - to GBP47/hr

Facy working on the ultimate road car? This may just be for you. I am seeking a team of 4 off experienced Engine Designers to design a hypercar hybrid engine. This is a contract position for 2-3 years with contracts signed every 6 months. You will be working on an extremely technically demanding powertrain system, low volume, high performance. You will work within an extremely competent team using V5 to do design from concept on various areas of the engine.

What You Will Do:

- Using V5 you will design and oversee development of engine components from initial calculations.
- You may need to perform some hand calcs, work with and use CAE data and with manufacturing and materials engineers to ensure integrity of design
- Conduct design reviews with managers and customers where necessary

What You Will Need:

- Extensive CATIA V5 experience within a powertrain environment
- Engine/Powertrain major system design ideally Ers, Kers, turbos, induction, exhaust
- Ability to do hand calcs or use analysis packages
- Have high performance gasoline engine design experience (diesel candidates will be considered)
- Good engineering Degree, or sufficient engine design experience to offset this
- Be able to work unrestricted in the UK for 24 months

What You Will Get:

- Contract rate to GBP400/day for 8.5hrs per day
- Onsite parking
- Excellent canteen and facilities


Please apply with current CV and details of rate and availability. Shortlisted candidates will be contacted prior to submission with further details, however should you wish to discuss your application beforehand, please contact Kevin Harris at or (Apply online only)

Your CV will be forwarded to Jonathan Lee Recruitment, a leading engineering and manufacturing recruitment consultancy established in 1978. The services advertised by Jonathan Lee Contracts are those of an Employment Business