The engineering and recruitment specialist, Jonathan Lee Recruitment has improved their product development team with the addition of a new senior technical consultant. Paul Robson is joining the company with 11 years of automotive, motorsport and aerospace experience. Paul also has specialist knowledge of design, development, design validation and application of high performance electric machines which will all make him an asset in his new role.
Paul has a PhD in electric drives for aerospace applications and will join the product development team from his previous role at Zytek Automotive. Paul has had experience working on a number of many high-profile projects including the record-breaking electric supercar project. Paul has had significant contributions to the advanced engineering of electric cars, sports cars, small electric city cars and electric trucks as well as being involved in the development of motorsport KERS and power steering system. This expansive experience will allow Paul Robson to flourish in his new role at Jonathan Lee Recruitment.
The appointment made by the engineering and recruitment specialistâs ambitious growth plans which are expected to take place in the transportation and scientific sectors. Over the course of the last 40 years, Jonathan Lee Recruitment has seen their ability to find highly skilled specialists in product development lead to their market leading position. The appointment of Paul Robson demonstrates Jonathan Lee Recruitmentâs commitment to staying at the forefront of this industry. Paul will bring a wealth of knowledge and will be able to apply his expertise in the industry to the technological challenges that are found in the recruitment process.
In his new role, Paul Robson will be able to relate to the issues being faced by clients as well as understanding the skills and attributes that are required for different roles. Through the combination of Paulâs expertise and cutting edge candidate sourcing techniques used by Jonathan Lee Recruitment will help to bridge the skills gap.