Senior Principal OR Principal NVH Engineer
Norton Motorcycles is an iconic, British motorcycle brand delivering exquisite riding experiences. For over 120 years, Norton Motorcycles has been celebrated worldwide for its unique place in motorcycle history. We are based in our new state-of-the-art facilities in Solihull, West Midlands, where we work in a tight-knit but ever-expanding team. Now under new ownership, Norton Motorcycles is proud to sit with the TVS Motor family.
Entering a new era, we are scaling globally and successful recruits will have the opportunity to be a part of that growth. The Norton company culture is built on respect, trust, and responsibility. We trust our employees to be fully capable of executing their role/s exceptionally and professionally, whilst valuing personal development, teaching and learning.
Norton is looking for a well experienced individual (Senior Principal Or Principal) with a hands-on approach and can-do attitude. Must have the ability to manage and oversee significant elements of design projects, handle data and software alongside building a team. This could be overall design responsibility of a NVH platform or ownership of a design and development area. You will also be responsible for your areas from concept to production and have responsibility for managing, mentoring and developing a team of engineers and their workloads. The individual should be able to plan, test and measure processes sufficiently.
This role will report to the CTO (Chief Technology Officer) and handle creating this exciting project of building the department in a constructive way.
Develop vehicles to work alongside Homologation legislation
Make sure all vehicles to successfully pass NVH testing which may link to homologation
Create a strong NVH customer interface to allow any questions to be dealt with efficiently and effectively
Plan and manage NVH project activities
Being able to provide support to engineering teams in the UK and India
Working closely with the component engineers to deliver targets
Planning the tuning, demonstration, validation and deployment of the agreed systems
Be responsible for benchmarking and target setting
Make sure that the NVH performance target is delivered by collaborating with the launch team
Managing the delivering reports from the team, to report back to the CEO/CTO and Senior Engineering Management Team
Knowledge of vibration reduction techniques and structure-borne road noise as well as Principal Component and Modal Analysis is essential
Leadership of teams to deliver NVH targets and resolve of any issues by meeting accurately and sufficiently the targets
Being able to support vehicle NVH development and Acoustic Package commodity
Have a strong hands on approach to help develop the departmental structure and work processes
People management skills including effective team management by empowering people and enhancing their work ethos
A strong communicator who is able to communicate complicated ideas
Effective negotiator, being able to challenge the status quo
Work well under pressure
Working independently in a demanding work environment to deliver targets
Be results driven and support others to do their best
Being able to work in a fast-paced work environment
Problem solving skills
Well experienced with People management processes and tasks
Strong understanding of vehicle NVH fundamentals and ideology
Strong communication skills
Ability to use hardware & software
Experience of management multiple projects simultaneously
Expertise of influencing other departments and management
Understanding of Engineering (chassis, powertrain and electrical) to deliver the best quality and performance
Ability to identify problems and lead to resolution
Benefits of working for Norton:
We offer desirable benefits for all employees of Norton, including;
25 Days holiday (Small amount used for Christmas Holiday)
Parking on site
Applicants must have the Right To Work in the UK
NO AGENCY APPLICATIONS
Job Type: Full time - Permanent
Salary package is dependent upon previous experience.
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