Electrical Maintenance Engineer

Bolton, Greater Manchester

Maintenance and Engineering

Contract

£24.46 - £25.74 per hour

Contact

[email protected]

Posted Date

08/02/2024

Job Ref.

BBBH15202

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An opportunity has arisen with our award-winning client for an Electrical Maintenance Operator to join them on a 12-month contract. You will be a valued member of the Manufacturing function, tasked to carry out fault diagnosis, and repair bespoke cabling to drawing specifications.

Role: Electrical Maintenance Operator
Pay: £24.46- £25.74 per hour via Umbrella
Location: Bolton
Contract: 12 Months,
Hours: Monday – Friday
Security Clearance: BPSS

Responsibilities:

  • Your responsibilities will include but not to be limited to:
  • Fault finding and subsequent repair of cable assemblies.
  • Carry out surface mount repair on CCAs.
  • Maintain and repair test/measuring equipment to component level.
  • PAT testing across the manufacturing site.
  • Interrogate drawings during fault finding activities.
  • Safety systems testing of Test & Measuring equipment in line with documented procedures.
  • Provide Technical support to facilitate the efficient servicing of STTE to enable production testing of hardware and repair phases of the contract.
  • Maintain excellent workspace husbandry disciplines.
  • Maintain a high degree of tool control and FOD practices.
  • Assist with maintenance of manufacturing aids as and when required.

Skillset/experience required:

  • Formal technical engineering/ craft apprenticeship to NVQ Level 3/TR23/TR21.
  • Formal further education certificate to ONC or equivalent.
  • City & Guilds in Electrical Studies Parts 2 & 3 desirable.
  • IPC 620 & Dynamic Cabling certified/ trained preferred.
  • Possess experience in electrical wiring and assembly.
  • Previous experience in the aerospace or defence industry would be desirable.

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