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H2Gear Hydrogen Powertrain Programme - System Architecture & Integration - Year In Industry

Date: Nov 24, 2022

Location: Bristol, ENG, GB

Company: GKN Aerospace Careers

 

Join us on an internship at GKN Aerospace and help shape the future of flight

 

A Truly Global Business

Every day, around the world, we help aircrafts fly further, faster and greener.  We’re the world’s leading tier one aerospace supplier of systems and components. With over 15,000 employees across 38 manufacturing sites in 12 countries serving over 90% of the world’s aircraft and engine manufacturers with sales of £2.8bn.

 

Together as “one GKN” we’re moving our business and industry forward developing technologies that rapidly decarbonise aircraft, and innovating to help build a new generation of aeroplanes that produce zero emissions.  We’re putting sustainability at the heart of what we do; driving our objective to becoming a net zero greenhouse gas emissions business before 2050!

 

Our Global Technology Centre

Our new Global Technology Centre (GTC) in Filton, Bristol is a £32m state of the art technology research and development facility. It acts as a hub for world-class innovative technology for the next generation of fuel-efficient aircraft. It offers a collaborative space for research and development with universities, the UK’s CATAPULT network and GKN Aerospace’s UK supply chain, to help strengthen aerospace technology and support the UK’s Industrial strategy.

Job Summary

 

For the third and consecutive year we have an opportunity supporting our H2GEAR programme working for the fantastic teams that develop the technology focused on system architecture & integration. Fuel your passion in making things fly by joining us at the cutting edge of the aviation industry and discover the future possibilities that await you.

 

About The Project

 

The H2GEAR (Hybrid Hydrogen Electrical Architecture)  is a £54M, 5 year collaborative programme with 2 industrial and 3 academic partners part funded by the Aerospace Technology Institute.  The programme aims to develop and deliver ground demonstration of a novel zero emission cryogenic hydrogen fuel powertrain suitable for future aircraft applications from 2030.

Our world class H2GEAR team of 50 lead the technology development and manage the system level integration at both aircraft level and main aircraft system level for the powertrain definition. The scope of the system starts with Liquid Hydrogen storage through to the electric motor for propulsion with the benefits of the novel electrical network stretching the performance to as yet, unrealised levels.

Job Responsibilities

 

Working on the system architecture & integration role will give you the opportunity to participate in:

 

  • Cutting edge research and development of novel solutions for zero emission powertrain elements and aircraft platform performance
  • Developing technology plans for elements of the hydrogen powertrain architecture including preparation of test strategy and verification
  • Simulation and analysis of complex systems that make up the powertrain – potentially including fluid dynamics, mechanical analysis and system behaviour modelling
  • System level safety & reliability analysis including use case and operational assessment
  • Deployment of Model Based Systems Engineering tools and understanding to a real programme
  • Integrating engineering activities of a fast-paced preliminary design team

Job Qualifications

 

In order to be considered for this role you will need to be studying towards a degree, or have completed your studies in one of the following subjects:

 

  • Engineering, Physics or Mathematics, Aerospace content advantageous

What We'll Offer

 

Once you’re on board you'll get the following perks and benefits:

 

  • Annual salary of £18,600
  • Hybrid working – giving you the opportunity to balance home and office working
  • Industry Leading Pension Scheme = we’ll match your contributions up to 8% on a 1 : 1.5 basis
  • Life Assurance 8 x salary
  • 25 days holiday + bank holidays
  • Income protection
  • Shopping discounts
  • Cycle To Work Scheme
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • A collaborative, dynamic working environment 

 

A Great Place to work needs a Great Way of Working

 

Everyone is welcome to apply to GKN.  Through our commitment to diversity, inclusion and belonging and by living our five powerful principles we’ve created a culture where everyone feels welcome to contribute.  It’s a culture that won us ‘The Best Workplace Culture Award’ last year.  By embracing and celebrating what makes us unique we encourage everyone to bring their full self to work.

 

We’re also committed to providing an accessible recruitment process, so if you require reasonable adjustments at any stage during our recruitment process please get in touch and let us know.

 

 

Join us and keep the world moving … click on the link below to apply

 

 

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