Manufacturing Equipment Technician

Location – Norwich

Duration – 6 month temporary

Hours of work – 40 hrs per week Monday to Friday

Hourly rate – DOE

Our client is the world leader in the manufacture, distribution and service of electronic test tools and software.

JOB SUMMARY:

To perform a wide variety of fault diagnosis/repair tasks in order to reduce on hand faulty material and drive systematic process improvements.

This role gives you the opportunity to work with an extraordinarily skilled team of Operators & Technicians, manufacturing some of the most complex and precise electrical test instruments in the world!

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

To test and repair a wide variety of our clients equipment to ensure consistency to defined specifications and quality standards.

As required by the Production Team Leader, to assess/sign calibration certificates for defined products.

Responsible to adherence to defined processes in assigned work area, including but not limited to; Standard Work Instructions, 5S Standards, Safe Systems of Work or Engineering Drawings.

As appropriate, to train fellow Operatives/Technicians on defined processes as requested by the relevant Production Team Leader.

Take part in the complex diagnosis and rework of our clients product down to Component level and record and/or escalate fault(s) to Team Leaders/Manufacturing Engineering/Metrology/Quality Engineer(s) as required.

Suggest and/or implement process/product improvements using the FBS (Fortive Business System) toolset in order to improve operating KPI’s (Key Performance Indicators) such as Safety, Quality, Delivery, Productivity and Cost.

As the need arises, partake in the creation, review and implementation of new procedures/work instructions, including suggesting improvements to currently issued procedures for both current and new products.

As required and communicated by the Production Team Leader(s), take part in the diagnosis, root cause analysis & repair of customer DOA (Defective on Arrival) returns and loading into the specified Fluke system(s) in order to participate in improving the customer experience.

WHAT WE OFFER YOU:

Our client provides opportunities to develop yourself, in this role, there is ample opportunity to develop your technical skills, working on some of the most complex electrical measurement instruments in the world.

Whilst this position is initially for 6 months, at the end of this period our client will review if there is opportunity to continue for longer period/permanent contract.

Qualifications/Skills and knowledge:

High degree of electronic knowledge (component behaviors, complex circuitry etc.)

Previous work with precise electronic circuitry and components

SMT Soldering

Use of complex test/measurement equipment (Oscilloscopes, ARB’s, DMM’s etc.)

HARD SKILLS:

Fine Motor Skills

Quality inspection of fine details/colours

Prioritization skills

Soldering

Inspection of soldering to defined IPC Standard (Training Provided where necessary)

In depth knowledge of electrical components and circuitry

PC Literacy including Microsoft Office

SOFT SKILLS:

Great teammate

Can-Do attitude

Applicants must apply by sending their cv to info@dextersgy.co.uk or call our office on 01493 718696 to speak to a member of our team.

To apply for this job email your details to info@dextersgy.co.uk

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