Working at Bladon provides individuals with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to play a part in the development of this innovative and fast-growing company. With its game changing micro turbine technology, the company is preparing its revolutionary power units for volume production, and is poised to enter major global markets with significant growth potential.

A career at Bladon will enable talented individuals to help shape an entirely new market sector, as customers worldwide learn to exploit the benefits of micro gas turbines for power generation.

Those joining the Bladon team at its Engineering Centre can expect a competitive rewards package, together with the benefits of its central location in the West Midlands, at the heart of the resurgent motor industry and close to the attractive communities of rural Warwickshire.

You will be working in a supportive team environment where everyone’s contribution is valued, and where you can make a real difference. Join our business now, and together we'll go further than you ever thought possible.

To apply, please send your CV and a covering note to careers@bladonmt.com quoting the job title as the e-mail subject.

Current Vacancies

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  • Experienced Supplier Quality Assurance (SQA) Engineer


    8.30am – 5pm Monday to Friday
    Competitive Salary
    Private Healthcare / Pension / Life Assurance / 33 Days Holiday inc Bank Holidays

    Working as part of the Operations team, we require an experienced SQA Engineer to take a key role in selecting and developing our supply chain and internal processes at this pivotal time for the business.

    The right candidate will continue to provide hands on support across the business to ensure best practise at all times and robust systems both internally and externally.

    Key Responsibilities:

    • Work with Engineering (Design and Manufacturing Engineers) team to define process parameters and criteria to ensure supplier process capability is effective to meet product and process requirements.
    • Lead the supplier approval process by assessing manufacturing/technology capabilities and Health, Safety and Environmental risks.
    • Carry out supplier validation audits and advanced product quality planning (APQP).
    • Review supplier manufacturing processes, collaborate with suppliers on process improvement and value enhancement opportunities.
    • Manage and coordinate supplier performance, problem solving, cost recovery and warranty activities.
    • Perform on-site supplier visits for root cause analysis and verification of correction actions of supplier quality issues.
    • Collate and evaluate supplier quality data to identify process improvement opportunities across the supply chain.
    • Support inspection and test status requirements defined by regulations, engineering product specifications or Control Plans and PPAP approval.
    • Report on KPIs to drive Continuous Improvement activities.
    • Participate in cross-functional teams in the development of new products or changes related to current products to meet business and customer requirements.
    • Promote the use of continuous improvement techniques throughout the business including Lean, 6-Sigma, Poka-Yoke (Error Proofing), Measurement System Analysis, SPC and PFMEA.
    • Lead quality audits and coordinate audit plans.
    • Hands on support of internal builds.
    • Conduct benchmarking studies to determine best practices/designs and future trends.
    • Stay current and up to date on any changes that may affect the supply and demand of utilised products and materials and report out on potential impact.
    • Deliver training on quality awareness to colleagues and at suppliers as required.

    Qualifications and Experience Required:

    • Experience within SQA is essential.
    • Experience of working within a manufacturing environment is essential- ideally Automotive / Aerospace.
    • Lean manufacturing and / or 6-Sigma experience.
    • Relevant Engineering qualifications preferred.
  • CMM Engineer / Metrologist


    8.30am – 5pm Monday to Friday
    Competitive Salary
    Private Healthcare / Pension / Life Assurance / 33 Days Holiday inc Bank Holidays

    Are you an experienced CMM Engineer / Metrologist, looking for a challenging and rewarding new role, within an exciting dynamic Company?

    Bladon are currently recruiting for a CMM Engineer / Metrologist to join our dedicated team in Coventry. This is a fantastic opportunity to join an innovative engineering Company, and use your skills and extensive knowledge within a supportive, engaging environment.

    To Program and operate CMM and first principle gauging equipment to support R&D / Production activities in validating precision manufactured parts. Also, to validate supplied parts conform to specification, complete ISIR’s and validate supplier's ISIR, to maintain and control equipment calibration on site, to liaise with Engineering and Machining department to determine requirements and feedback results clearly and robustly and to assist in resolving non-conformities.

    Key Responsibilities:

    • Determine CMM Program requirements based on design and engineering requirements.
    • To Program measurement equipment to enable in-house measurement of manufactured parts.
    • To measure manufactured components using CMM facility and first principle gauging equipment.
    • Provide direction to machining department based on results of measurements.
    • To maintain site equipment calibration register and to react accordingly to concerns identified.
    • To conduct ISIR activities for in house produced parts, including maintaining accurate records.
    • To review supplier ISIR reports, including liaising with internal departments and suppliers regarding the results and proposed resolution of non-compliances.
    • To review drawings/specifications with Engineering to verify requirements can be measured & validated.
    • To support root cause investigations to drive improvements / resolve concerns.
    • To liaise with all department, including Engineering & Supply chain, to ensure metrology requirements are achieved in line with business requirements.

    Qualifications & Experience:

    • Minimum of 5 years in Quality inspection.
    • Minimum of 5 years programming / operating CMM measurement equipment.
    • Ability to read and interpret engineering drawings, at a good level.
    • Good programming skills within PC DMIS software or equivalent.
    • Proficient in Office applications.
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
    • Competent understanding of ISIR generation and interpretation.
    • Resourceful and creative problem solving/continuous improvement skills.
    • Comfortable working without supervision.
  • Micro-Electronics & Small Signal Design Engineer


    8.30am – 5pm Monday to Friday
    Competitive Salary
    Private Healthcare / Pension / Life Assurance / 33 Days Holiday inc Bank Holidays

    Are you an experienced Micro-Electronics & Small Signal Design Engineer, looking for a challenging and rewarding new role, within an exciting dynamic Company?

    Bladon are currently recruiting for an experienced Micro-Electronics & Small Signal Design Engineer to join our dedicated team in Coventry. This is a fantastic opportunity to join an innovative engineering Company, and use your skills and extensive knowledge within a supportive, engaging environment.

    The right candidate will work as part of a dedicated Hardware team, having design authority and designated lead engineer for design & development of microprocessor and FPGA based control cards in Pre-Production & Final Production designs, with a view to enhancing the solutions used on our Micro Turbine Generator products.

    Key Responsibilities:

    • Design of low power analogue and digital electronic systems for the control of power conversion equipment.
    • Design and construction of electronic equipment including analogue, digital and embedded computer circuitry.
    • Commissioning of low power analogue, digital and embedded systems.
    • Design of electrical and electronic test fixtures.
    • Capture of electrical diagrams and wiring documentation.
    • Capture of electronic schematics.
    • Requirements capture, verification and validation.
    • Creation of test plans, test specifications.
    • To produce documentary evidence of test routines.
    • Able to meet company cost parameters by completing tests within the specified timescales.
    • Work with minimum supervision and maximum responsibility.
    • To operate all equipment in a safe and effective manner.
    • To work with Engineering to resolve problems as they occur.

    Qualifications & Experience:

    • Degree in electrical & electronic engineering.
    • Significant (> 5 years) experience in design and development of microprocessor based designs.
    • Practical hands-on experience of testing and debug of electronics boards.
  • Systems Integration Lead


    8.30am – 5pm Monday to Friday
    Competitive Salary
    Private Healthcare / Pension / Life Assurance / 33 Days Holiday including Bank Holidays

    Are you an experienced Systems Integration Lead looking for a challenging and rewarding new role, within an exciting dynamic Company?

    Bladon are currently recruiting for a Systems Integration Lead. This is a fantastic opportunity to join an innovative engineering Company, and use your skills and extensive knowledge within a supportive, engaging environment.

    To provide overall Hardware integration leadership covering the entire control, power and EDS systems. Reporting to the Head of Hardware engineering and responsible for hardware system level requirements and system boundary control, devolving these requirements to the wider Hardware design team to ensure these requirements are understood such that individual units can be designed and tested independently but still deliver a cohesive, reliable and cost-effective solution.

    Key Responsibilities:

    • To develop and manage the delivery of the electrical and electronic system level design programme, working from the product requirements to create the primary deliverables of electronic system architecture with supporting systems interconnection diagram, and electronic module requirements.
    • To lead the development and ongoing updates to the electrical and electronic system FMEA, ensuring the implementation and close-out of any design actions identified.
    • To lead the electrical distribution system design, including creation and integration of harness models within the overall mechanical design and creation of harness manufacturing information.
    • To be responsible to guide, direct and approve all aspects of the mechanical design activity to integrate the electronic modules into the product, to include placement of the electronic modules, thermal management, interconnections, and mechanical packaging, including consideration for EMC screening.
    • To develop and manage the electrical and electronic systems design validation programme and to lead a team in the successful execution of the agreed plans.
    • To lead the investigation and resolution of issues reported from electronic integration and/or product level tests, to include operation of the Failure Reporting and Corrective Action Systems (FRaCAS).
    • To work with minimum supervision and maximum responsibility.
    • To operate all equipment in a safe and effective manner.

    Key Experience:

    • Degree in electrical & electronic engineering.
    • At least five years’ experience working in electrical system design, development and testing, having held lead role for at least two years, preferably gained within an automotive engineering environment.
    • Experienced in the design, 3D modelling and drafting of wiring harnesses and cable assemblies. Knowledge of Solidworks electrical systems design toolset would be a benefit.
    • Good working knowledge of mechanical and thermal design principles in relation to integration of electronic modules within mechanical systems.
    • Able to lead system level FMEA design analysis for a large and complex electrical / electronic system.
    • Having breadth and depth of experience in defining and leading integration test programs to validate correct functionality and performance of the system against the electronic system requirements.
    • Skilled and experienced in fault finding on large, complex electrical and electronic system.
    • Preferably, but not essentially, being trained and externally accredited for testing of high voltage (400V DC), high current (>80A) and high power (up to 12kW) electrical / electronic systems.
  • Hardware Product Support Engineer


    8.30am – 5pm Monday to Friday
    Competitive Salary
    Private Healthcare / Pension / Life Assurance / 33 Days Holiday inc Bank Holidays

    Are you an experienced Product Support Engineer, looking for a challenging and rewarding new role, within an exciting dynamic Company?

    Bladon are currently recruiting for a Product Support Engineer to join our dedicated team in Coventry. This is a fantastic opportunity to join an innovative Engineering Company, and use your skills and extensive knowledge within a supportive, engaging environment.

    The Product Support Engineer will prioritise, resource and deliver an efficient response to all product support requests, which may originate either from customers, internal service teams, our manufacturing teams, electronics manufacturing partners or internal test and development teams.

    Initially, this will be the only dedicated support engineer role within the Electronics Hardware team, it is expected that we may need to increase the level of support resources longer-term, giving this role the potential to develop into a leadership position.

    Key Responsibilities:

    • To define and implement a support request tracking system, to record, and prioritise all support requests, working closely with the Electronics Hardware Lead to allocate the work appropriately, and manage the swift, effective follow up and close out on all assigned actions.
    • To perform the component engineering function for the department, working closely with the CEM to identify and validate alternative components, as well as managing a timely response to all electronic component obsolescence warnings such that continuity of supply is unaffected.
    • To be responsible for the creation of all product support documentation in relation to the electronics hardware within the product, including, but not limited to, construction of training materials for the sales and support teams, providing content for sales presentations, brochures, product manuals, etc.
    • To prepare and deliver training to sales and support teams, manufacturing teams, test and development teams to improve familiarisation with the design, construction and operation of the electronics within the MGT products.
    • To be the first point of contact within the electronics hardware team to field all requests for information, answer any questions on the design and/or operation of the electronics hardware.
    • To co-ordinate engineers in investigation and repairs for any reported defective products, supported primarily by the integration and test engineer, with secondary support from design engineering team in the event that the presence of a design defect in one of more electronic modules is suspected.
    • To operate all equipment in a safe and effective manner.

    Qualifications & Experience:

    • The ideal candidate will already have experience in working within an electronic product support function. Consideration would also be given to candidates with a purely electronics technician background, or new graduates in electronics design related subjects. Nb. Candidates having product support experience but not having electronics product knowledge would not be considered suitable and should not apply.
    • Able to read and understand wiring diagrams, and to read and understand electronic schematics.
    • Experience in working within a component engineering function, having a good understanding of electronic component functions and key parameters, able to calculate the operating point of a component within an electronic circuit, and to select and/or validate potential alternative components.
    • Proven ability to organise, structure and deliver on a large, varied and rapidly changing set of tasks.
    • Strong written and verbal communications skills, able to understand and manage stakeholder expectations, consistently delivering on commitments.
    • Ability to prepare clearly written, easy to understand technical content for product manuals, sales materials, presentations, etc.
    • Experience of preparing and successfully delivering technical training on electronics products, to audiences of technical and non-technical backgrounds would be preferable.
    • Experience to assemble and co-ordinate small groups of engineers in the investigation and resolution of problems involving large electrical and electronic systems.
  • PCB & Mechanical Lead Engineer


    8.30am – 5pm Monday to Friday
    Competitive Salary
    Private Healthcare / Pension / Life Assurance / 33 Days Holiday inc Bank Holidays

    Are you an experienced PCB & Mechanical Lead Engineer, looking for a challenging and rewarding new role, within an exciting dynamic Company?

    Bladon are currently recruiting for PCB & Mechanical Lead Engineer to join our dedicated team in Coventry. This is a fantastic opportunity to join an innovative Engineering Company, and use your skills and extensive knowledge within a supportive, engaging environment.

    The PCB & Mechanical Lead Engineer will lead all PCB layout activities conducted in the development of the Bladon products. Defining the processes and standards to be followed, managing the central component database, selecting suitably competent PCB layout resources, guiding, reviewing and approving all PCB layout activities.

    The right candidate will guide, direct, and approve the work of the mechanical design teams in creation of the electronics packaging designs, handling all aspects of release and subsequent management of the electronic design data within the company’s EPDM system.

    Key Responsibilities:

    • To define and apply the procedures and standards to all PCB design activities, to ensure all released designs are of high quality and optimised for high volume manufacturing process.
    • To establish and manage a centralised component library, to be used across all Bladon PCB designs, and to migrate all existing designs to that library to introduce proper control over the quality and correctness of all utilised component symbols and geometries and AML.
    • To manage the recruitment of all PCB resources (contract or permanent) who will work on the Bladon project, ensuring adequate levels of technical competence and experience.
    • To guide, direct, review and approve all component part creation, schematic capture, BOM generation and PCB layout activities.
    • To be the primary interface to the mechanical design team, guiding, directing, reviewing and approving all PCB mounting arrangements, mechanical packaging and thermal management aspects.
    • To manage formal release via the ECO process and subsequent control of all electronic design artefacts within company EPDM systems, including management of change via the ECR process.
    • To work with minimum supervision and maximum responsibility.
    • To operate all equipment in a safe and effective manner.
    • To work with Engineering to resolve problems as they occur.

    Qualifications & Experience:

    • Degree in Electrical & Electronic Engineering or HNC/HND plus significant relevant on-job experience.
    • Significant (> 10 years) experience in design and development of printed circuit boards, encompassing high current/high power, as well as small signal and microprocessor based board designs.
    • Must be able to demonstrate detailed knowledge of the manufacturing processes for construction of various types of PCB blank, and how this is controlled and driven from the PCB design data.
    • Must have detailed working knowledge of the PCB assembly process in a high volume quality driven manufacturing environment, with strong knowledge of the key principles of design for manufacture and design for test, and able to apply these effectively to guide and control of PCB design activities.
    • Must have significant experience in use of Altium Schematic Capture & PCB layout tools.
    • Preferably, but not essentially, have held responsibility to define and manage the PCB layout process and standards for an organisation, including the component library management function.
    • Experience of Solidworks desirable.
  • Test Engineer (Mechanical)


    8.30am – 5pm Monday to Friday
    Competitive Salary
    Private Healthcare / Pension / Life Assurance / 25 Days Holiday plus Bank Holidays

    Are you an experienced Test Engineer looking for a challenging and rewarding new role, within an exciting dynamic company?

    Bladon are currently recruiting for a Test Engineer, to work as part of our Test and Combustion Teams. This is a fantastic opportunity to join an innovative engineering company, and use your skills and extensive knowledge within a supportive, engaging environment.

    Working as part of the Test & Combustion engineering teams you will be responsible for delivering the development and verification tests carried out within the combustion test facility. This testing is on combustion, fuel and heat exchanger systems supporting the overall micro gas turbine generator development programme.

    The role includes taking overall ownership for the supporting processes and procedures to promote safe, well planned tests that run efficiently and to schedule.

    This is a dynamic role that will require a broad understanding of a variety of engineering disciplines.

    Key Responsibilities:

    • To operate in a mechanical test environment supporting test rig operations including the following:
      • Risk Assessments and HSE
      • Combustion
      • Heat Exchangers
      • Fuel Delivery
      • Air Delivery
      • Instrumentation
      • Automation
    • Planning of tests and ownership of the test readiness process.
    • Fault diagnosis – Mechanical and instrumentation
    • Recording and reporting of test data.
    • Assembly of pipework, framework and instrumentation.
    • Attention to detail in setting test conditions and adhering to tolerances.
    • Assembly and build of test units.
    • Achieving and sustaining a high standard of 5S.
    • Implementing test rig improvements.
    • Remote operation of manual & automated test rigs.
    • Servicing rig fuel, air and instrumentation systems.
    • Collating, validating, and reporting test data.

    Qualifications, Knowledge and Experience Required:

    • Mechanical test experience.
    • Knowledge of instrumentation, pneumatics & fluid systems.
    • Relevant ONC / HND or degree, or ability to demonstrate of sufficient equivalent knowledge and experience.
    • A can-do, will-do attitude.
  • Administrator / Assistant (Supply Chain)


    8.30am to 5pm Monday to Friday
    Competitive Salary
    Private Healthcare / Pension / Life Assurance / 33 Days Holiday inc Bank Holidays

    Are you an experienced Supply Chain Assistant or Administrator looking for a challenging and rewarding new role, within an exciting dynamic Company?

    Bladon are currently recruiting for a Supply Chain Assistant to join our dedicated team in Coventry. This is a fantastic opportunity to join an innovative engineering Company, and use your skills and extensive knowledge within a supportive, engaging environment.

    The Assistant will work alongside the Supply Chain team, currently a team of 4 Buyers plus our Head of Supply Chain, providing support to all the team expediting parts, chasing information and orders, alongside providing administration tasks to assist in the smooth running of the department.

    Key Responsibilities:

    • Providing extensive administration support to the entire Supply Chain Team.
    • Manage “Shopping list” of parts for different build timings and requirements.
    • Maintain and report out on the Request for Quotation (RFQ) log for monitoring of the process and ensuring timely responses.
    • Maintain purchasing records, including supplier quotes, contracts and so forth.
    • Produce Key Performance Indicators (KPI) reports.
    • Maintain supplier databases held on SAP and Excel systems.
    • Liaise with suppliers, across an international supply base via telephone and email.
    • Expedite parts and information internally and externally.
    • Raising of Purchase Orders and associated paperwork.
    • Meeting attendance for both internal and external meetings.

    Qualifications & Experience:

    • Time management skills are essential – prioritisation / multi-tasking and meeting deadlines.
    • GCSE Maths and English.
    • Strong MS Office skills – Word / Excel / PowerPoint.
    • SAP Knowledge / Experience would be advantageous.
    • Attention to detail.
    • Ethics and integrity are key.
  • Engineering Planner / Project Engineer


    8.30am – 5pm Monday to Friday
    Competitive Salary
    Private Healthcare / Pension / Life Assurance / 33 Days Holiday inc Bank Holidays

    Are you an experienced Engineering Planner / Project Engineer with planning experience looking for a challenging and rewarding new role, within an exciting dynamic Company?

    Bladon are currently recruiting for an Engineering Planner to join our dedicated team in Coventry. This is a fantastic opportunity to join an innovative engineering Company, and use your skills and extensive knowledge within a supportive, engaging environment.

    The role will work across our Programme Management Office (PMO) and Technical Governance departments, working within the PMO team to assist the Work Package Leads to create and maintain MS Project plans. Producing detailed weekly, monthly and ad-hoc reports and extracts. Also working closely with our Technical Compliance and Governance Manager, leading the management of the Design Review schedule, attending technical reviews/audits and recording associated actions.

    Key Responsibilities:

    • Management and reporting of plans.
    • Assist Work Package leads to produce, update and monitor their plans.
    • Assist with the production of Milestone Performance Reporting data / reports.
    • Assist with the design and production of the Programme Dashboard.
    • Create specific MS Project views in-line with reporting requirements.
    • Risk, Issues, Assumptions and Dependencies Management.
    • Attend meeting and record outcomes.
    • Attend technical reviews/audits, taking minutes, recording actions, disseminate actions to action owners and follow-up in regular technical meetings.
    • Maintain a schedule for Design reviews and arrange on behalf of the engineering teams in accordance with the Design Governance process.

    Qualifications & Experience:

    • Preferably experience of working within a (PMO) environment.
    • Some general Engineering knowledge is essential.
    • Some experience of working with engineering teams and managing actions.
    • Ability to read engineering detail drawings is desirable but not essential.
  • Information Security Officer


    8.30am – 5.00pm Monday to Friday
    Competitive Salary
    Private Healthcare / Pension / Life Assurance / 33 Days Holiday inc Bank Holidays

    Are you an experienced Information Security Officer looking for a challenging and rewarding new role, within an exciting dynamic Company?

    Bladon are currently recruiting for an Information Security Officer to join our dedicated team in Coventry. This is a fantastic opportunity to join an innovative engineering Company, and use your skills and extensive knowledge within a supportive, engaging environment.

    Reporting into the IT Manager, the role will lead the research, development, implementation, test and review of our information security systems to protect our information, and prevent unauthorised access from internal and external threats. The ISO will also be responsible for informing users about security measures, explaining potential threats, implementing security measures and monitoring networks and ensuring the security function is always represented in all IT delivery projects.

    Key Responsibilities:

    • Own and drive the Security Principles, Target Architecture, Best Practices and Roadmaps to continually improve the cyber security of Bladon.
    • Drafting and reviewing information security policies and procedures.
    • Identifying, investigating and responding to information security incidents and events.
    • Drafting incident reports and carrying out remedial actions where appropriate.
    • Working with internal departments to enforce information security policies.
    • Developing and delivering Information Security training to stakeholders across the organisation.

    Qualifications & Experience:

    • Degree or equivalent qualification in an IT discipline; or equivalent experience.
    • Relevant network security qualifications or equivalent experience.
    • A strong interest and knowledge of information security threats, technologies and trends.
    • ITIL Qualification - Foundation (minimum).
    • Experience of working in an IT Service role.
    • Practical IT skills, including a good working knowledge of Windows, common computer applications, Internet and digital information services.
    • Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) or Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) desirable.