|Vacancy Type||Fixed term, 54 weeks|
The Propulsion Vehicle Test department consists of 3 sub-departments:
They will be responsible for:
The Undergraduate’s main responsibilities will be to get involved with the general day-to-day running of tests and equipment in the department, this will include:
During the first stage of the placement, the undergraduate will gain invaluable hands-on experience working on a wide variety of Powertrain projects and test equipment within the VEL, VTEC and PEMS Teams. Learning about the latest Powertrain developments in emissions after-treatment components and systems, test technology, as well as innovation in hybrid, electric vehicles and alternative fuels. The undergraduate will be expected to work alongside the highly trained technicians to set up and perform a wide range of tests for a number of different customers.
Following the time within the Operations team, the undergraduate will move to the Engineering office and work alongside the Engineers to manage complete test programmes. By the end of the 54 week placement it would be expected that the undergraduate will have sole responsibility for managing all aspects of test programmes assigned to them.
The undergraduate will gain invaluable experience working with a wide variety of automotive and non automotive products and companies, learning from a team of professional and experienced test Technicians and Engineers.
To apply please email your cover letter and CV to email@example.com.
Closing date for applications is 10th January 2020, with assessment centres taking place in February 2020.
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