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Chassis Electronics Engineer

Date Posted: 22-May-2023

Location: Crewe, GB

Company: Bentley Motors Ltd

Role: Chassis Electronics Engineer

Contract: Permanent

Location: Crewe Campus, UK with flexible hybrid working




Join Bentley Motors as we embark on the most transformative phase in Bentley’s history

Bentley Motors is transforming, combining a world of luxury and progressive technology to embrace an electrified future - becoming completely carbon neutral and having 100% Battery Electric Vehicle offering by 2030.


Our Campus

Our Campus, located in Crewe, Cheshire is going through its own transformation and offers unrivalled facilities including green space, free parking, an onsite restaurant, coffee shop and onsite gym.



As a Chassis Electronics Engineer you will collaborate with the Functional Manager to deliver our product ambitions and to shape our Beyond100 strategy.

The Chassis Electronics Engineer will be capable of carrying out key testing to determine, plan and investigate the complete integration of the ESC system from definition through to signal chain analysis and also ensure the vehicle subsystems are flashed and correct for key test trips.

The position holder will be ultimately responsible for the electrical development and delivery of electronic stability control systems. An engineering degree or equivalent technical experience is required for the role.

The function EMC5 is responsible for the delivery of the Active all wheel drive and vehicle electronic stability control sitting in Engineering motion within the Research and Development department.



  • Responsibility for development and delivery of Electronic Stability Control and traction management systems
  • Cross functional tracking of systems performance such as calibration milestones and understanding cross functional calibration impacts
  • Software tracking including vehicle maturity vs requirements and project milestones
  • Deriving and communicating timing plans and project risks from top level milestone plans
  • Use and derivation of Product Emergence Plans for Integration of electrical stability control systems
  • End to End signal chain testing vs Functional Safety requirements



The successful candidate will be an Integration / ESC Engineer with proven vehicle evaluation and development of Chassis attributes within the automotive industry. An engineering degree or equivalent technical experience is required, also evidence of formal performance driving training from a reputable provider or OEM.

  • Proficiency and usage of diagnostic tools – MM6, Canape, Odis, Idex and PIDT
  • Advanced Design, development, testing and measurements ability
  • Product Emergence Process (PEP) for electrical systems knowledge
  • Knowledge of FUSI data and technical requirements
  • Excellent personal organisation skills and the ability to prioritise, organise and manage workload
  • The ability to convey feedback summary reports effectively with a great ability to communicate at all levels



In addition to a competitive salary, you will have access to the following benefits:

  • Flexible working hours
  • Hybrid working options
  • Access to a subsidised private medical scheme
  • Optional car lease scheme with access to VW group cars (VW, Seat, Skoda, Audi)
  • 35 days’ holiday inclusive of bank holidays
  • 10% pension contribution with life assurance benefits
  • Discretionary annual bonus scheme
  • Study support opportunities
  • Paid volunteering days  


Closing date is the 2nd June 2023


We believe that everyone, regardless of their background or beliefs, belongs at Bentley. Everyone is entitled to respect and dignity and we positively celebrate the differences between people. This is a philosophy that is embraced by our leaders, championed by our colleague diversity groups and sits at the heart of our Beyond100 Strategy.