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Test Engineer, Product Unit Crash (m / f)

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Recruiter
Bishop GmbH
Posted
25 February 2013
Closes
25 March 2013
Ref
ref_ADG
Location
Contract Type
Hours
Salary
According to experience and qualifications

Further information

Your tasks:
• They are all technical, schedule and economic questions competent partner for our internal and external customers.
• Responsible for the preparation, implementation and documentation of crash tests at home ACTS.
• experienced team leader of expert trial mechatronics team
O task distribution
O Ensuring the performance of work in a team

• You are fully responsible for
O the technically correct and punctual experimental procedure and documentation
O for the available budget
O the entire order cycle and the test result

• Customer service in house and service-oriented futures dominate your daily life

Your profile:
• You are an engineer specializing in engineering, mechatronics, mechanical engineering, automotive engineering, electrical or experienced and skilled workers can already several years of experience in the field of vehicle safety

• Strong organizational skills, coupled with perseverance and a service-oriented attitude.
 
• Responsible individual action, proactive identification of necessary organizational and technical measures and implementing them.
 
• Very good knowledge of English and German.

• Good computer skills (MS Office).
 
• Knowledge of Diadem, CBB is an advantage.

Location: Sailauf

Earliest start date: 15th March 2013th

Bishop GmbH

Engineers was founded by Mr Bishop in 1997 for the general advancement of aeronautical art, science and engineering and more particularly for promoting that species of knowledge which distinguishes the profession of aeronautics.

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