Graduate Engineer – Analysis

Deadline: 31st May 2021

*** STRICTLY NO RECRUITMENT AGENCIES***

1.0 POSITION SUMMARY

Job Title: Graduate Engineer – Analysis
Employment Status: Permanent
Line Manager: Principal Engineer – Analysis
Location: Shoreham-by-Sea
Hours: 37.50 hours per week between 9:00am and 5:30pm, Monday to Friday inclusive
Salary: £
Holiday Entitlement: 20 days per annum, rising to 25 days after 2 years’ service
Benefits: Company pension scheme, health scheme (BUPA), life cover, EAP (employee assistance programme), free beverages 


2.0 RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES

    • Working within the Analysis section of the Engineering Team, analyse the various forms of data relating to Cox products to provide insight into their operation and provide suggestions how to improve the design/manufacture/after sales support as appropriate
    • Work alongside designers, systems engineers, after sales engineers and more to deliver project deliverables
    • Where required develop new techniques for analysing data, with help from the rest of the Analysis section
    • Where necessary, work on tasks outside of the Analysis remit to help the overall delivery of the Engineering team

2.1 KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

    • Undertake analysis to agreed standards and timescales
    • Maintain good relationships with all stakeholder, external and internal etc.
    • Provide reports into the business of work undertaken with particular focus on how to use the conclusions to guide design decisions
    • Develop processes within the Analysis section to improve the way that the team as a whole works

3.0 STANDARDS

    • Maintain/Develop a good understanding of the software tools they use as part of their analytical work
    • Strive to deliver systems on time, to the correct quality at a tolerable cost
    • Maintain a professional relationship with external parties at all times
    • Demonstrate Cox Powertrain Behaviours:
      • Innovation
        • Asks why current processes are used
        • Looks for ways of improving the components/systems they are working
      • Expertise
      • Capable of undertaking work with some day to day supervision
        • Aware of what is acceptable in both personal delivery and the performance of the part of the product they are engineering
      • Tenacity
        • Committed to deliver to agreed Cost, Quality and Timing targets
        • Highlights when they are going to be late to deliver in a timely manner
        • Asks what are the different methods they could use when others fail
      • Honesty
        • Informs line management when they are aware that they will struggle to deliver
        • Takes personal responsibility for the quality of their work
        • Highlights when they find errors in their work and the work of their peers
      • Respect
        • Uses the advice of peers and senior members of staff to improve their work
        • Acknowledges the achievements of team members
        • Where possible, works to fulfil the requests of the line management in an efficient manner
      • Integrity
        • Conducts themselves in a professional manner
        • Demonstrates a strong desire to push forward their personal development

4.0 SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

4.1 NECESSARY

    • Masters level degree in an Engineering/Science/Mathematical discipline
    • Some demonstrable analytical skills developed during their university career

4.2 ADVANTAGEOUS

    • A working knowledge of internal combustion engines and watercraft
    • Practical work experience in an engineering environment

ABOUT COX POWERTRAIN

Cox Powertrain is a privately owned engineering company based in Shoreham by Sea. Cox have spent the past decade developing a ground-breaking new engine, supported by £90m of private investment, for marine industry which is disrupting the global marine market. Cox Powertrain have over 120 permanent employees, with strong connections with the automotive industry.

The core engine module is a V8, 4-stroke turbo charged diesel with a capacity of 4.4ltr litres that delivers up to 300 hp (224kW) per module.  Principal benefits are increased responsiveness combined with reduced size, mass and parts count when compared with conventional diesels of similar power output and improved fuel efficiency and storage safety compared to gasoline engines of similar power output.