Mathwall are continuously seeking skilled engineers to grow our team in Thursley, Surrey. If you think you have the right experience and drive to help Mathwall’s future success in any of the positions detailed below then you should apply.
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Our current vacancies include:
If you are an experienced automotive engineer with a background in engine technology and project delivery then we have a great opportunity for you to grow your skills. As our business expands we need engineers who can plan new projects and then both supervise and participate in their delivery. Direct contact with our customers will be key to the role; this is not a back office role. A range of skills will be beneficial (e.g. practical skills, design (CAD), development and test experience, communication with customers, supervision of technicians/engineers) as all members of our team a required to perform varied roles. The role will focused on our engineering consultancy business but some involvement in the historic racing engines business will be required.
We are seeking an experienced commercial manager who will lead the business development and quoting tasks for both our engineering consultancy business and in addition support the commercial aspects of our historic engines business. Candidates must be familiar with the generation of written engineering proposals including pricing although they will be supported by the technical team. Liaison with customers will be central to the role so excellent communication skills are essential. Candidates must have knowledge of the automotive and motorsport industry, specific technical knowledge will be a plus. The role will also include responsibility for the website, marketing campaigns, identifying potential new customers and introducing Mathwall to explore potential common areas of work. A busy role but one that offers opportunities to make improvements and a direct impact in revenue growth.
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