Salary range for grade 7: £37,099 to £44,263.
Information Science and Engineering College, Informatics School
Full-time, working 35 hours a week
Fixed Term for three years
One position is open.
Applications are being accepted for a Field Trials Vehicle Engineer position at the University of Edinburgh’s School of Informatics. The position is fixed term for three years, with the possibility of extension pending funding.
The main goal of this position is to support the research efforts of the School’s recently formed Autonomous Vehicles Laboratory by providing technical and logistical skills in vehicle engineering. This covers every facet of carrying out field research with linked and self-driving cars in a safe manner on university campuses and public roadways.
Proficiency, Abilities, and Experience:
- Experience with automotive engineering, such as through a specific degree
- experience operating cars, robots, and intricate hardware-software eco-systems while working in an industrial or research setting
- knowledge of managing and assisting with technical tasks concurrently for several research projects
- knowledge of ADAS/ADS field experiments, including related protocols and safety cases
- Communication, problem-solving, and project management abilities
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You can anticipate the following as a valued team member:
A stimulating, upbeat, innovative, demanding, and fulfilling workplace. We encourage you, develop your gift, and provide you rewards for achievement. Together with a competitive benefits package, you will receive a host of employee perks, such as extensive paid time off, a defined benefits pension plan, staff discounts, family-friendly programmes, flexible scheduling, and much more. For further information, click to visit our staff benefits website (opens new browser tab), and utilise our incentive calculator to determine the entire cost of perks and compensation.
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