McLaren: Senior Controls Engineer, Structural Analysis Engineer, Development Engineer ...

We are looking for:
Senior Controls Engineer
Structural Analysis Engineer
Development Engineer
Chassis Project Engineers & Designers
Body Project Engineers & Designers
Interior Project Engineers & Designers
Powertrain Project Engineers & Designers
NVH Manager
Aerodynamics Engineer
Senior Composite Technologist
Electrical Project Engineers

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At McLaren we believe that anything is possible. We know what it takes to succeed and we achieve this by working together and encouraging innovation in an extraordinary high performance environment. Our Automotive business based at the McLaren Technology Centre in Woking, Surrey, is renowned for its expertise in engineering and manufacturing the most definitive sports cars in the world. We are now seeking talented engineers and designers on both a permanent and contract basis to join our team to work on current and future car projects. Our environment is highly challenging and you will need to be resilient and confident in your abilities. We expect a Mechanical or Automotive Degree at 2:1 standard or above combined with suitable experience. An understanding of low volume, high performance vehicle programmes would be a particular advantage. We are looking for: Senior Controls Engineer

Structural Analysis Engineer

Development Engineer

Chassis Project Engineers & Designers

Body Project Engineers & Designers

Interior Project Engineers & Designers

Powertrain Project Engineers & Designers

NVH Manager

Aerodynamics Engineer

Senior Composite Technologist

Electrical Project Engineers If you think you have what it takes, please send a covering letter, CV and your current salary details to mcl.jobs@mclaren.com. For job specifications, please visit our website www.mclarenautomotive.com Please ensure that you quote the appropriate reference number in the email subject line. Closing Date for Applications 3rd August

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