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Senior Thermal Management Engineer - China

Posted By: seyyedi

Date: Sun, 19 Jun 2016

Remuneration: Best Offer

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Hiring Now: Senior Thermal Management Engineer for an Automotive Factory in China


On behalf of our client, we are looking for an experienced automotive engineer to manage the thermal protection systems.
Responsibilities:
• Analysing test data to make recommendations on heat protection requirements
• Creating and presenting technical papers to support programme and product decisions
• Liaising with system engineers and suppliers to determine component and system requirements
• Coordinating packaging schemes to meet component requirements and corporate standards
• Support the programme Engineers and Complete Change Tracking Documents & Engineering


Requirements:
• Minimum Bachelor Degree in Mechanical Engineering
• At least 5 years of professional experience with thermal management systems, design and development, in an automotive OEM environment
• Vast experience in the Automotive Industry
• Knowledge and understanding of latest technologies for heat protection
• Knowledge of heat protection material manufacturing including tooling lead time and costs
• Excellent command of engineering principles – materials, machine design, statics, dynamics, FMEA and APQP documentation requirements
• Excellent communication and presentation skills
• Advanced skills with MS Office
• Flexible ability to work on multiple tasks to a tight timescale, accurately, without detailed supervision


Remuneration:
• A Competitive Salary Package





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