PI Configuration Engineer

Location Solihull
Discipline: Engineers
Job type: Contract
Salary: £24.60 Per Hour
Contact name: Laura Hopson

Contact email: LHopson@select-engineering.net
Contact phone: 01245 403560
Job ref: 38573
Published: 4 months ago
Duration: 6 Months (Rolling)
Expiry date: 05 May 2023 23:59

​Position Description:

Product Information (PI) is the beating heart of our business.

As a department we are responsible for the delivery of coherent and timely Product Specification and Bill of Materials in line with Programme timing.

As a Requirements Configuration Engineer, you'll be responsible for helping to understand and deliver the creation and adherence of new processes to enable configuration of requirements within the 3DExperience Toolset.

Providing support to our Engineering teams in the systems Engineering development.

This exciting and equally stimulating role offers the opportunity to join a critical area within the business.


Skills Required:

Applications are welcomed from individuals who are natural problem solvers and people who enjoy working with and understanding data.

An understanding of the Systems V Engineering Model will also be beneficial.

The successful candidate will have a 'can do' attitude and a logical approach to working through issues as they arise.

They will be capable of interacting with a range of different stakeholders and able to manage their workload within the team.

This is a key role that requires a balance of business capabilities to deliver its key objectives, including; Stakeholder Engagement skills, Project Management, and knowledge of Agile Methodologies


Experience Required:

Able to manage delivery of multiple tasks

Complex problem-solving skills

Self-motivated and driven


Key Accountabilities and Responsibilities:

Helping support the definition of the Configuration Model for requirements

Applying and maintaining Configuration of requirements in 3DExperience Toolset Identification of process improvements in support of Engineering Teams Managing your own throughput.