You’ll be working as part of the Electronics Test & Repair department conducting rigorous electronic tests and procedures, from final level to component, across the full range of products with strict conformance to standard time and quality targets.
At the forefront of subsea innovation for the last 40 years, this company is an independent manufacturing business, employing almost 300 employees worldwide. The company offers interesting engineering challenges that require complex solutions and as such staff turnover is low due to the nature of the work and the way people are treated.
- To carry out testing, adjustment and repair if necessary of PCBs, chassis and final assembly level of complex products as prioritised by customer demand.
- To be able to provide repair quotations liaising with sales administration/customer.
- To have sufficient operational knowledge of the ERP system to satisfy the Repair Department’s activities.
- To operate administrative procedures and maintain records within the Repair and Test Department.
- To assist, when required, other Repair Technicians in the completion of their tasks.
- To promote good working practices in all tasks and responsibilities.
- To highlight any specification or design error to either the engineer responsible or relevant supervisor and rectify if possible.
- To provide support in the absence of the Repair Co-ordinator when requested.
- Proven track record of diagnostic fault finding down to component level
- Competent in the use of various testing tools, i.e. Scopes, DVM’s, Power Supplies, Time Counter, etc. Additionally be mechanically proficient and able to disassemble and reassemble products
- Ability to read and interpret technical data, i.e. engineering drawings, circuit diagrams, assembly drawings etc.
- An experienced PC user
- HNC Electronics or equivalent qualification in an electronic discipline plus hands on experience
This would suit a Test Technician who has good attention to detail, can work well with others and has personal drive and enthusiasm.
- 25 days holiday
- Death in Service
- Bonus - PRP (not guaranteed but has historically paid between 5-18%).
Hours of work are 8.30 – 5pm (flexitime available)