The Client: Our Client is a long well established and successful contract manufacturer to the Electronics Manufacturing Sector, serving as diverse as Aerospace and Defence to renewable Energy.
We are searching for a test technician to handle the testing of products developed by our Client for public release. In this role, you will be required to plan, conduct, and report on testing done to products under development.
Testing of products including PCBA's
integrated chassis using ATE (Automated Test Equipment), while supporting NPI in new product introduction and test development.
ICT (In-Circuit Testing) and bench test.
Minimum 1 year experience in a Manufacturing Test environment
Experience of hardware & software systems
Knowledge & Skills in automated test methods ATE/ICT
Ability to fault find to component level
Educated to 3rd Level education in Electrical/Electronic Engineering
Ability to use array of programming languages
Ability to design & Build electronic test platforms to perform product testing
Hours of Work
39 hours p/week
Excellent attention to detail
Proactive approach to problem solving
Positive work attitude
Ownership and loyalty towards work
Keen interest in manufacturing process a s a whole
Desire to excel in the role and improve operations trough continuous self and team improvement.
Be able to work well as part of a team.
Rate of Pay : £18.000-£23.000
Private Health Insurance
Free car parking
5 weeks annual 8 stats
Flexible annual leave chunks
Innovative creative and talented senior management team
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