Brakes Performance Engineer (6 months contract)

UK · Full-time

About The Position

REE is revolutionizing e-Mobility from the ground-up. Our disruptive REE-corners and fully flat, ultra-modular EV platforms are set to become the standard for electric vehicles. Providing complete design freedom to build mission specific EVs, EVs ‘Powered by REE’ will provide maximum room for passengers, cargo and batteries with the smallest footprint and help reduce carbon emissions for a greener world.


We are currently looking for an experienced Brakes Performance Engineer (6 months contract) to support REE’s rapid growth.



  • Responsible for brakes vehicle testing and performance of REE braking system, to meet program-specific attribute targets and timing
  • Develop and write REE brakes test procedures for development and performance sign-off criteria. 
  • Perform vehicle testing activities and reporting
  • Responsible for brakes vehicle instrumentation
  • Provides support into braking system DFMEA
  • Provides input into system DVP requirements
  • Lead benchmarking activities
  • Technical interface to other business units including V&V, SW and controls. 


  • Degree qualified in Engineering, Science or related discipline
  • Experience of working in a complex engineering environment
  • Have proven experience of developing and testing braking systems within an OEM or tier 1 organization. Including braking performance tests, ABS tests and NVH. 
  • Proven experience with Vector software and vehicle test instrumentation and logging
  • Experience of brake by wire systems and actuation an advantage. 
  • Possess good understanding of braking system attributes, foundation brakes, controls/SW and homologation requirements. 
  • Proven test planning and reporting skills
  • Managing workload in a fast-paced environment with potential for changing priorities.
  • Working experience of Microsoft Office products including SharePoint, Excel and Word
  • Be a team player with the ability to work alongside talented colleagues as part of a driven and dedicated team
  • Role mostly based at UK test facility
  • May be required to travel to overseas test locations

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