Mechatronics Engineer Placement 2018
Location: Multimatic Technical Centre Europe, Thetford, Norfolk, United Kingdom
Multimatic is a privately held, global enterprise supplying engineered components, systems and services to the automotive industry
Multimatic’s core competencies include the engineering and manufacturing of complex mechanisms, body hardware, suspension systems and body structures, vehicle dynamics engineering, as well as the design and development of lightweight composite automotive systems. In addition, Multimatic delivers niche vehicle design, development and production for road and race applications.
Headquartered in Toronto, Canada, Multimatic has manufacturing divisions and engineering facilities in North America, Europe and Asia, and alliance relationships with partners around the world.
Through its European Technical Centre (MTCE), Multimatic is offering a student placement program for bright, enthusiastic engineers to be based in Thetford, Norfolk, for a period of up to one year.
The ideal candidates for these positions will be on track for a high-level BEng or MEng degree in Mechanical, Electrical, Automotive Engineering or similar. The ideal candidates will need to demonstrate a passion and drive to become a world class engineer.
All candidates must be willing to travel, if required, and should hold a current passport and Right to work in the UK. A driving licence would be highly advantageous.
Mechatronics Engineer Placement
Job Title: Student Mechatronics Engineer
Duration: 10 – 12 Months
Scope of Position:
MTCE is currently seeking to recruit reliable and energetic placement students for our Mechatronics Department, to join the team delivering OEM, motorsport and niche vehicle mechatronics solutions to engineering and production facilities within Multimatic.
As an undergraduate Mechatronics Engineer, you will join the team in supporting multiple production groups, with exposure to a wide spectrum of projects across the business.
C/C++ programming including MISRA Coding Standards, Embedded C(++)
Assembly level programming
CAN, LIN, SPI, SENT, SSI