Premium Job From JLR



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14th November 2023




£42136 - £42136



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A leading premium automotive business and leading to move towards electric autonomous vehicles.   WHAT YOU'LL DO This is where it all begins. We develop the new concepts that go on to become new Jaguars and Land Rovers. So, the emphasis is on building strong strategic, technical and financial foundations right from the start.  We are looking for skilled and enthusiastic vehicle technicians to join our Product Development Workshops team. We are a multi-disciplinary team of technicians, working across four workshops in the UK and supporting JLR testing activities around the globe. We are the primary workshop group tasked with preparing and maintaining JLR's very large fleet of engineering test vehicles for sign off testing, to enable the business to deliver world class products into the marketplace. We cover a broad array of work, from a simple tyre change through to a full body re-shell and everything in between. We pride ourselves on having the finest technicians available, extremely knowledgeable and skilled people who are able to problem solve when faced with a problem no one has ever seen before and lead engineers towards a diagnosis and course of action to get vehicles back out on test. Across our workshops we have mechanics, auto electricians, software updaters, fabricators and body fitters. Working with this amazing team will see you become a master of your craft, an industry leading technician with skills across multiple disciplines. As an Auto Electrician/Mechanic, you'll conduct modifications and repairs, and undertake electrical measurements and inspections of vehicle networks, systems, and components. Providing comprehensive technical feedback, fault identification, and problem diagnosis using diagnostic equipment, you'll also install updated ECU software, calibrate electronic vehicle control systems and support general mechanical vehicle fitting activities. We also need specialist mechanical skills - are you familiar with understanding of complex dynamics systems and the tuning of suspension systems, understanding of braking systems, powertrain and transmissions? Can you weld, fabricate or do a little machining? If you can answer yes to any of these requirements, you could be the person we are looking for. Come and join a fantastic team at the cutting-edge world of prototype vehicle development and play a part in what the future looks like for JLR. Working in our team will give you the opportunity to work around the world in our global test facilities workshops, which we support as a core part of the role. From cold climate testing in Sweden to hot climate testing in Dubai, with year round work such as extreme drive cycle testing at the Nurburgring, high speed testing at Nardo, tyre development in France, Italy, Germany and Spain and other support at UK proving grounds such as Eastnor, Millbrook, Walters Arena and more. We cover all of the above and so much more. Our core workshops operate on a double day shift pattern, typically 06:00-14:00 and 14:00-22:00 Mon-Thurs, and 06:00-12:00 and 12:00-18:00 on Fri.   Key Accountabilities and Responsibilities
    Conduct modifications and repairs to vehicles
    Conduct measurements and inspections of vehicles
    Fit, test & remove electrical / electronic / mechanical vehicle components.
    Provide comprehensive technical feedback, fault identification and problem diagnosis utilising diagnostic equipment as necessary.
    Support general mechanical vehicle fitting activities.
    Provision of this support for short periods overseas
    Undertake any other work as directed by their line manager in connection with their job as may be requested from time to time.   WHAT YOU'LL NEED
    A minimum of a Level 3 C&G, NVQ or IMI in Auto Electrical disciplines, Light Motor Vehicle Maintenance or similar
    Relevant apprenticeship or equivalent experience preferred.
    Expert level knowledge of motor vehicles
    Full driving licence      Experience of working on pre-production vehicles is desirable, but not essential.   Personal Profile
    Demonstrates our Creators' Code behaviours of Customer Love, Unity, Integrity, Growth and Impact.
    Continually working hard to deliver a modern luxury experience to earn and keep our customers' trust and loyalty.
    Embracing differences, being empathetic, welcoming challenges together empowering each other to deliver.
    Building trust by speaking openly and honestly, listening attentively, and treating others respectfully.
    Taking initiative and using failure as an opportunity to learn. We develop by giving + seeking honest feedback.
    Making a difference through our results. We innovate and never lose sight of what we want to achieve.
    A good team player who is able to work to predefined procedures, but also can problem solve when required.
    An individual who has a desire to learn new skills and improve their knowledge.
    An individual who enjoys working in an environment where no two days are the same.
    An individual who takes ownership of their work, driving it to completion
    An individual who takes pride in their work, delivering the best they can for their customer.
    An individual with a customer focused approach

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