about 1 year ago
POSTING END DATE: 13/04/2018
ADVERTISED SALARY: £40,000 - £50,000
LOCATION: Coventry, West Midlands
An ever-evolving heritage. A truly exciting future. Two of the world’s most iconic brands. Jaguar Land Rover is revered across the globe. Continually pushing the boundaries of innovation and redefining the benchmark for excellence, we set the standards others want to follow. We want to keep it that way too. Which is where you join the journey.
WHAT TO EXPECT
Using state-of-the-art facilities, you’ll provide the power behind our vehicles working in our Powertrain Engineering team. You'll find the ideal balance between performance and sustainability, while responding to the environmental issues that shape our industry.
The Business and Projects Team sit within the Powertrain Test Operations team, and are responsible for the provision and operation of the Test Facilities and equipment required to support the build, development, and sign off of the Vehicle Powertrain Components. The facilities from which they operate are based at both the Gaydon and Whitley sites and currently include a significant number of Engine Test Cells, Vehicle Emission Test Chambers, Hybrid Test, Transmission Test and Automated Mileage Accumulation Facilities, as well as Engine Build and Vehicle Workshops.
To ensure the facilities will meet future legislative, product and test requirements, regular upgrades and replacement of test facilities - ranging from minor projects and refurbishment to complete facilities - is required. As Building and Asset Controller you’ll support the delivery of the development of Powertrain Test Operations facilities.
Your role will be a combination of management, financial, economic, engineering, and other practices applied to physical assets with the objective of providing the required level of service in the most cost-effective manner.
You’ll be responsible for the management of the entire lifecycle—including design, construction, commissioning, operating, maintaining, repairing, modifying, replacing and decommissioning/disposal—of physical and infrastructure assets.
WHAT YOU’LL NEED
You’ll have an Engineering qualification ideally at degree level along with a strong understanding of mechanical engineering and design including basic design analysis and material selection. You’ll have proven ability to produce asset management practices alongside a working knowledge of ISO 55000, enabling you to support the improvement and renewal of infrastructure and technical facilities.
Experienced working within a technical and delivery focussed team; you’ll have experience of commercial and engineering activities including budget accountability. You’ll also have the ability to apply Reliability-Centred Maintenance (RCM) processes, a commitment to deliver quality results, with a proven ability to work within time constraints.
In addition, you’ll have experience of specification writing in a facility or mechanical services environment, and you’ll also be proficient in workshop and facility Health and Safety requirements with an understanding of Environmental practices and knowledge of CDM regulations.
Experience with BIM (Building Information Management) and an understanding of co-ordinated building and Asset Management is essential. You’ll have experience in developing asset polices that address BIM and Asset Management in a joint common framework, ideally holding a Project Management qualification.
You must hold a valid and clean UK driver’s license.
Bring all this to the home of premium innovation, and you’ll find the opportunities to further your career with a world-class team, a discounted car purchase and lease scheme for you and your family, membership of a competitive pension plan and performance related bonus scheme. All this and more makes Jaguar Land Rover the perfect place to continue your journey.
Jaguar Land Rover is committed to equal opportunity for all.
Accounting, Engineer, Product Development, Mechanical Engineer, Finance, Engineering, Research, Automotive