Digital Mock-up Engineers / DMU Engineers

Summary

Salary
Competitive + benefits
Team
Automotive
Location
Wiltshire, Hullavington - United Kingdom

Description

The Digital Mock-up (DMU) Engineers supports will ensuring geometric compatibility of the product design, and providing support to resolve cross-functional issues.  This sits within Vehicle Integration in the Automotive Team.   

Accountabilities

  • Support planning and delivery of geometric compatibility DMU (Digital Mock Up) checks for each virtual series gateway.  This may require working with both in-house and external resources.
  • Drive cross functional issue resolution of geometric compatibility issues identified through regular DMU reviews.
  • Carry out DMU assessments across all areas of the vehicle as required.
  • Interface with Package chunk teams for solution of macro-compatibility issues.
  • Interface with other DPA teams (e.g. Manufacturing, Service, CAE) for resolution of all DPA issues identified affecting geometric compatibility.


Skills

  • A degree in Automotive or Mechanical Engineering or equivalent is preferable (Note: Good relevant experience will be considered in lieu of qualifications);

  • Experience working in a cross-functional geometric integration /  Package / DMU role.  Automotive experience preferable, but other disciplines will be considered e.g. aerospace, rail;

  • Experience using Siemens (NX) Teamcenter v10 preferable;

  • Experience using CAD visualisation tools essential (e.g. Teamcenter visualisation professional or Vismockup);

  • A good working knowledge of MS Office;

  • Experience of the Virtual Series process and geometric compatibility DPA process is preferable;

  • Good understanding of CAD data development / best practices (structuring, maturity etc) – Automotive experience preferable;

Benefits

27 days holiday plus eight statutory bank holidays

Pension scheme

Performance related bonus

Life assurance

Free on-site parking

Lift share scheme

Subsidised café and restaurants

Discount on Dyson machines

Posted: 20 February 2019