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Engine Test and Validation Engineer

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    Francesca Coltham

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Engine Test and Validation Engineer – Peterborough

Initial 12-month contract – extension likely


We’re looking for an Engine Test and Validation Engineer to work within our client’s global engine test facility. Whilst this is an initial 12-month contract assignment, there are heaps of development opportunities on offer where you will be assisting in the sign-off of a variety of engine testing and validation programmes, for international customers.


Core remit of the Engine Test and Validation Engineer may include;

  • Create detailed test planning, execution of testing activities, analysis of results, and documentation with clear recommendations for the relevant process partners.
  • Carry out complex engine validation tests
  • Evaluate products and processes; perform needs analysis and initiate ideas
  • Communicate technical information to a range of stakeholders


Skills, experience & qualifications will include; 

  • Experience in validation of engines and engine systems
  • Hands on engine testing and problem-solving experience.
  • Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) in an accredited Engineering curriculum
  • Experienced in the use of testbed software, calibration tools, emissions measuring equipment and test data logging systems.
  • Excellent problem solver
  • Self-motivated and able to deliver with minimum supervision.


To apply, please submit a copy of your up to date CV clearly indicating your relevant experience. Applicants must have an existing right to work in the UK and evidence of eligibility will be required. Suitable candidates will be contacted.

The above represents a summary of the contract assignment. A full description of this contract assignment is available. A full explanation of this rate and all deductions will be explained in a key information document (KID) supplied to registered candidates.