Engineering & Electronics

Noise Vibration Engineer (NVH Development Engineer

  • Contract
  • Remote
  • Midlands
  • 41948183

PE Global are looking for a NVH (Noise Vibration Harshness) Development Engineer to join a reputable multinational Engine Manufacturing company based in Peterborough. This is a 12 month contract position with a hybrid schedule


Key Responsibilities

  • Work on engine related Noise Vibration and Harshness (NVH) projects, typically ranging from short duration individual tests to projects up to one month.
  • Ability to gather relevant information, compare and contrast data, identify relationships, and predict and manage failures is critical.
  • This is an excellent opportunity, working with one of the leading manufacturers of Diesel Engines and alongside other professional Engineers in the Europe Research Development Centre.
  • The successful candidate will be working together with a diverse team of engineers and technicians that perform a variety of validation tests in a dedicated workspace. The test team gives the flexibility for employees to work in a number of interesting and stimulating fields of experimental and development test engineering, matching core skills and interests as appropriate.
  • The Engineer may work in any number of functional areas requiring an engineering degree, including but not limited to; basic engineering fundamentals of engines and machines utilising knowledge of instrumentation for data acquisition, data analysis, report writing and presentation skills.
  • The engineer could be performing test work in the lab, engine test cell or on the final machine installation. The successful candidate will coordinate closely with an internal project lead within the department, managing a range of current test requests and reporting back on test status and completion.
  • The role is practical in nature and has a significant involvement of the engineer being responsible for test cell and workshop activities. Individuals may have multiple assignments which may require the Engineer to review the work of technicians or other support personnel, provide technical advice to individuals at various levels in the organisation and work with another unit or team.
  • The role is predominantly vibration and noise measurement within the Peterborough facility. The expectation is that the engineer wholly owns the request from the customer and is capable of understanding the requirements, setting up the instrumentation for data acquisition, capturing the data and then post processing and reporting out.
  • The nature of the work requires a high level of practical application and interaction with supporting technicians and the engineering customer.
  • Key areas of responsibility encountered in this role may include any or all of the following: problem investigation and resolution; evaluate new products/designs, processes or systems; communicate results to customers, suppliers, team members and other business units; collaborate with and support other engineers, managers, marketing personnel, customers and suppliers


Required Experience

  • A bachelor degree in an accredited Engineering discipline plus 3-5 years’ experience or a master’s degree in Engineering.
  • Preferable experienced with specific NVH competencies of vibration and noise
  • Practical engineering understanding, knowledge and experience of vibration theory, equipment calibration, data capture, verification of data integrity, analysis of data in both time and frequency domain.
  • Background in Automotive or Aerospace but NVH (Noise Vibration Harshness) is essential


If interested in applying to this job opportunity, please don’t hesitate to call +44  20 3966 9800 or alternatively send an updated CV to

***Please note our client cannot assist with any visa sponsorship and candidates must have the correct visa to live and work in UK***

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