Do you want to work in an exciting company who develop technology for the Civil Aerospace, Defence, Space, Industrial, Medical and Scientific industries? The company partners with customers in a wide variety of markets, all around the world. Over 90% of the world's radiotherapy machines contain their technology and controlling the kicker magnet in CERN's large hadron collider is just one of their high-profile projects. The Electro-mechanical Design Engineer will work within the RF Power Engineering Function and will support major new product developments of Vacuum Electronic based devices and systems.
In conjunction with microwave design engineers, develop optimum electro-mechanical designs for vacuum devices, such as magnetrons, and associated components and systems.
Utilise knowledge of materials, assembly tolerances, surface finish, thermal/structural variation and design sensitivity.
Capture customer requirements and expectations and incorporate into robust product designs.
Determine and capture design intent for product, define critical to quality features and quality check points for inclusion in to product data packs.
Provide assessment of and solutions for thermal management, calculating impact on structural integrity, material selection, processing requirements and assembly methods.
Work with production engineers to optimise designs for future manufacture
Develops design methodologies and select, for use, appropriate engineering assessment tools and processes.
Validate new processes.
Specify process control requirements and develop programmes of work to capture impact on device performance.
Use appropriate tools, 8D etc. to drive prompt resolution of problems.
Identify and select, or work with test engineering to identify and select, appropriate test methodologies to ensure robust verification of new product designs
Degree in relevant engineering discipline or equivalent experience
Excellent working knowledge of engineering principles related to electro-mechanical product design and development including materials selection, material joining techniques, component manufacturing techniques, fundamentals of heat transfer.
Preparation of project documentation and work instructions.
Technical work package management.
Must be a British Citizen
25 days holiday plus bank holidays
6% matched pension
Hours 8.30am to 5.00pm Monday to Thursday finishing at 4.30pm on Friday.