We are looking for a (under)graduate engineer to work in the Tyre Modelling & CAE Team, to be responsible for creation of MF (Magic Formula) tyre models. The engineer will receive training in the modelling of tyres using various tools to create and validate MF type tyre models. The role entails office based tyre modelling and vehicle dynamics CAE/analysis.Key Skills:Knowledge of Tyre modelling principles, tyre models and their limitations.Objective data analysis/interpretation, and general data managementMatlab - good ability level required, and/or affinity to learn and improve skillsFamiliarity with Tyre models/tools (Magic Formula, MF-Tools, OptimumG, etc.)Recording and reporting findings, in written or verbal formatDemonstrating a robust scientific approach and knowledge of design of experimentsGood MS Office skillsRequired Experience:Relevant Mechanical Engineering Degree (or working towards) with emphasis on Automotive Engineering and in particular Vehicle Dynamics and TyresExperience with tyre models, and good knowledge of tyre modelling (in particular Magic Formula)Desirable:MSc in motorsport or automotive engineering (or working towards)Vehicle Dynamics trainingExperience of tyre testing and development of repeatable and reproducible tyre test procedures, and correlation of data with models and simulationsCAE training (eg Matlab Simulink, Simpack, IPG CarMaker)Knowledge of 6-Sigma tools and techniques (particularly process development and statistical methods)Self-motivated and independent working with proven project and time management skillsGood at team work and able to interact with people in other teams around the companyThis is an excellent 3 month fixed contract opportunity for a graduate seeking automotive OEM experience. Relevant training will also be provided as necessary.For more information and to apply to this role please contact Charlotte Hinds or alternatively email (see below) WA Consultants is an Employment Business and an Employment Agency as described within The Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations 2003.