Would you like an opportunity to work with a leading supplier of automated equipment and machinery, designing and developing new and unique production methods?

Would you like to join a company who are growing exceptionally quickly where you can make a great impact really quickly and progress your career exceptionally fast.

Have you completed an HNC / HND or degree in an engineering discipline and are interested in a career in Design and Development?

If you answered yes to those three questions then you may well have found your next career move.

We are one of the largest and most reputable supplier of machinery in our field and are looking to appoint a mechanical design engineer to our new product development team.

The successful mechanical design engineer will be working on a high profile, long term project with one of the biggest brand names in the world.

As the mechanical design engineer you will be expected to carry out the following tasks

*Responsibility for system designs, BOM’s, development work,
enquires and value engineering activities
*To ensure best practice design standards are adopted and continuously improved.
*To ensure full compliance with company quality standards.
*To make positive contribution to continuous improvement activities.
*To adhere to all deadlines and targets set by the Design Manager
*To support and assist other team members as required.
*Establish good working relationship with assembly teams, planning, purchasing, sales and other key members of all Departments.

If you feel you have the right experience to fulfil this role and become our new Mechanical Design Engineer, Click apply now!

Orion Electrotech Ltd acts as both an Employment Business and Employment Agency and complies with the Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations Act 2003.


An Automotive client located in the West Midlands are currently seeking A Transmission/Driveline Design Engineer who has capability in Designing Transmission concepts to join them either on a full time permanent, or contract basis.

Job Title: Transmission/Driveline Design Engineer
Location: West Midlands
Salary/Rate: £Neg dependant on capability.

The key functions of the role:
Participate in transmission concept studies and help generate high level concepts for presentation internally and to customers.
Component and system level packaging studies to define constraints within existing and / or new powertrain / chassis architectures.
Component and system design, detailing and 2D drawings from prototype to production.
Adhere to internal and external design standards including GD&T.
Liaison with other client sites in order to co-ordinate design activities and ensure delivery is in line with the customer requirements.
Support internal and external design and DMU reviews.
Use appropriate CAD based CAE tools.
Work closely with suppliers to ensure that parts meet requirements.
Assist with the preparation of BOMs and build manuals.
Release components, sub-assemblies and assemblies.
Support and evaluate the results of component testing with the development team.
Provide design input to support production and product planning.
Effectively communicate progress to the Chief Engineer and the wider team.

Qualifications / Education / Capability required:
Degree qualified or equivalent mechanical / automotive engineer.
Proven and demonstrable capability in transmission and driveline design.
A good understanding of the testing that would be required to take a transmission into volume production.
An automotive consulting background would be beneficial.
Knowledge of prototype and volume transmission build methods, manufacturing techniques and design for service requirements.
Experienced user of 2D/3D Catia V5
PC literate and able to confidently use MS Office products.

For further information and to apply please call Gary on [Removed] or email [Removed]This position is being advertised by the recruitment agency Stream. Stream are experts in technical recruitment with a portfolio of jobs across Engineering, Manufacturing, Pharmaceutical, Electronics, Automotive and FMCG.

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