Engineer Vehicle Measurement & Acoustics


Location: Leyland
Shift Pattern: 37 hours per week
Job Reference: LEYENG25


Job Summary

Reporting to – Manager or Senior Engineer with DMR

Responsible for all aspects of testing from an engineering perspective including liaising with the customer, working with the Technicians to deliver the project, overseeing preparation, equipment installation, testing and then formulating and validating test results into data packs and test reports.  Support a culture of continuous improvement to help drive improvements in safety and security, customer service and technical excellence.


Role Responsibilities

Health, Safety, Environment & Security

  • Ensure appropriate PPE is being used at all times in designated areas
  • Review job specific risk assessments
  • Ensure H&S procedures & processes are appropriate and being applied
  • Ensure appropriate security measures are in place and being used in the labs
  • Create and maintain risk assessment for the tests in the area of responsibility


Customer service

  • Liaise with the customer to ensure the project is delivered on time and to their expectations
  • Liaise with customer engineers to obtain feedback relating to performance improvements
  • Develop improved systems of work, data handling and manipulation
  • Deliver test reports accurately (RFT) and on time (OTD)
  • Report regularly to customers as required

Technical excellence

  • Work with other Engineers, Senior Engineers and Principal Engineers to design test and timing plans
  • Competently and efficiently deliver tests to a high professional standard
  • Liaise with Technicians providing appropriate detail to ensure efficient testing
  • Collate test results from various logging equipment and validate for approval
  • Be conversant with appropriate testing regulations
  • Identify improvements and manage change appropriately



  • Ensure project documentation is up to date and consistent
  • Ensure equipment calibration is valid and report any issues
  • Adhere to company policies and procedures
  • Comply with appropriate ISO procedures


Financial performance

  • Ensure projects are delivered on time using the agreed level of resources
  • Maintain up to date information on job status, expected invoicing and completion date


  • Act in accordance with the behaviours for Millbrook employees at all times
  • Lead by example



  • Educated to HND or Engineering degree level in Mechanical Engineering a relevant discipline or equivalent qualification or experience


Experience of any one or more of the following would be preferred:

  • Instrumentation and data loggers
  • Use of CAD to design test rigs and fixtures
  • NVH test methods and data processing/analysis
  • Vehicle testing



  • Ability to maintain good customer communications
  • Ability to work across teams throughout the business
  • High levels of attention to detail


Personal Behaviours

  • Good communicator
  • Flexible approach to work
  • Adheres to all health and safety requirements
  • Customer focused
  • Detail and quality focused
  • Comfortable working in teams and individually
  • Be conscientious, reliable and punctual

Other Information

  • Willingness to work shifts, including weekends
  • Flexibility to travel as and when required
  • Full UK car driving license
  • Currently holding driving license for HGV and / or PSV or be willing to undertake the relevant training if required
  • Willing to undergo a Criminal Records Bureau check


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