Dyno and Fuels Testing Technician Vehicle Group


Location: Millbrook, Bedfordshire
Shift Pattern: 2 shift rotation 0600-1400; 1400-2200
Job Reference: VG TEC 13, 14, 15

Job Summary

The primary role is for a hub dyno technician (Rototest hub dyno) within the Vehicle group reporting to the Vehicle Measurement team. The role holder will be responsible for all aspects of testing from vehicle preparation and equipment installation, through to testing, formulating and validating test results. Hub dyno Technicians are also responsible for maintaining and calibrating all test equipment and working to high standard to produce consistent results.

Health and safety, quality and flexibility will be key in this role.

This role will initially be on a day shift, and will move to a 2 shift rotation (0600-1400 and 1400-2200) once fully trained.

Role Responsibilities

  • Prepare a wide variety of vehicles for hub dynamometer testing
  • Perform installation work to fuel and exhaust systems including connecting sample pipes and other instrumentation/logging equipment
  • Install vehicles onto hub dynamometer and connect analytical and computer software equipment used for testing
  • Perform the various tests and drive the vehicles to customer’s requests
  • Collate and validate test results from analytical and logging equipment
  • Maintain and calibrate all test equipment
  • Develop improved systems of work, installation of equipment and testing methods
  • Work to Millbrook high quality standards and Health & Safety procedures
  • Liaise with Vehicle group Engineering and work closely with customers
  • Be involved with all Vehicle Group test activities when required
  • Act in accordance with the behaviours of Millbrook staff at all times

Essential Criteria


  • GSCE grades or equivalent
  • Mechanical/PC qualification
  • Engineering apprenticeship related to motor vehicles (preferred)


  • Good understanding of basic motor vehicle fundamentals
  • Automotive diagnostic or testing experience
  • Rototest hub dyno experience (desirable)
  • Instrumentation experience (desirable)
  • Experience with fault finding techniques (desirable)
  • Electrical/electronic experience (desirable)


  • Good communication skills
  • Basic IT skills including MS Word and Excel
  • Methodical and logical approach to all aspects of work
  • Fabrication skills (desirable)

Personal Behaviours

  • Flexible approach to work
  • Adheres to all health and safety requirements
  • Customer focused
  • Detail and quality focused
  • Comfortable working in a small team
  • Be conscientious, reliable and punctual

Other Information

Working Environment:                         Workshop 

Travel Required:                                   Flexibility to travel as and when required   

To apply please email your CV and salary expectations to jobs@millbrook.co.uk

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