Manufacturing Technician



£26.00 - £28.00 per hour


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My client is looking for a Manufacturing Technician to join on them on a 6 month contract. As a Manufacturing Technician, you will have extensive experience of electronic equipment assembly, test, diagnosis and repair. The person must be capable of working on complex prototype, pre-production and production electronic equipment and be capable of carrying our surface mount repair work to PCB’s
Role: Manufacturing Technician
Pay: £28.00 per hour via Umbrella (Inside IR35)
Location: Newport
Contract: 6 Months (extension likely) – 37 hours per week Monday – Friday
Security Clearance: Current SC Clearance
Job Profile

  • Survey, test and repair a variety of communication products in accordance with test procedures.
  • Build, test and repair of complex low volume communication products, in accordance with existing assembly and test procedures.
  • Maintain and develop product assembly and test capability by identifying potential process improvements and contributing to their implementation.

Job Requirement

  • To ensure cost, time and quality targets are achieved for allocated tasks.
  • Build, survey, test, repair and maintain complex equipment.
  • Control the security of these products whilst ensuring records and databases are kept up to date.
  • Ensure PCB’s are repaired to IPC standards.
  • Carry out Manufacturability analysis and formal feedback to design engineering.
  • Manage stock of components to support workload.

Skills/Experience Required

  • Must be capable of building trustworthy relationships with internal customer, sub-contractor and peers.
  • Have knowledge of the cost of quality and providing value and recommendations to improve the quality of outgoing products.
  • Hands on experience of applicable assembly, test and diagnosis techniques for complex electronic assemblies.
  • Knowledge of low volume highly complex communication products.
  • Must be able to co-ordinate and lead the activities necessary to ensure that products are built, repaired and tested efficiently.
  • Self-Motivated, results driven with experience in diagnostic fault finding down to component level on complex communication products with a desire to improve products and the processes used to build/test.

Education & Training
Must be qualified to A-level/BTEC Level 3 in STEM subjects, or equivalent vocational qualifications

If you are interested in applying for this position and you meet the requirements, please send your updated CV to: Sarah Budd at Line Up Aviation
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