ELECTRONICS REPAIR ENGINEER, SLOUGH, EXCELLENT SALARYDo you have a real passion for electronics and want to develop your skills as an engineer in a fast paced, dynamic environment? Then NDC may be the company you have been looking for. Due to expansion and new contracts NDC are recruiting Electronics Engineers of various experience levels to complement our existing engineering staff at our Slough location. Whether you are an experienced electronics engineer or a recently qualified graduate who may be lacking in experience, NDC could have a role for you.Trainee Engineers can expect a good entrance salary and mentoring to reach the high standards of our current team. There are excellent progression prospects and once you achieve the required standards, the possibilities for diversifying into a variety of roles exist. This is possible because of the forward thinking approach of NDC and the value we place on our engineering staff.Experienced Engineers can expect a varied workload with new challenges and an opportunity to demonstrate your skills every day. We will provide all the help and assistance you will need to become familiar with the products we service.Our core business is repair of industrial motor drive technology and associated control systems and we feel that we have elevated this to a whole new level. There are many industry sectors where our clients consider NDC to be the, “industry standard”. If you believe that you have the attitude and talent to join our team and would like to earn an excellent salary, we want to hear from you.Key Responsibilities of the Electronics Repair Engineer:Possessing a recognised qualification in electronics engineeringReverse engineering electronic circuits where circuit diagrams are not availableCapable of using skill and initiative to diagnose complex problems to component levelCompetent in the use of a range of electronic test equipmentReplacing the identified components to a high standard of finishTesting the equipment to ensure correct operationRecording the job repair details on the in-house recording systemCarrying out all tasks within prescribed Health & Safety controlsKeen to work in a cooperative team environmentDemonstrate adaptability to keep up with changes of product and practicePossessing a genuine interest in electronicsSkills & Experience Required:Recognised qualification in electronicsA desire to work in the field of industrial electronic repairAnalytical mindEnthusiastic natureDesirable Qualities:Experience in the repair of motor drives including their basic set-up used to test the items after repairWhat’s Next?So what are you waiting for? If you are interested in this Electronics Repair Engineer position, please apply by submitting your CV via the button shown.Keywords: Electronics, Repair, Engineering, Circuit Diagrams, Electronic Testing, Motor Drives, Trainee, Slough, BerkshireThis vacancy is being advertised by Net-Recruit.
Reference: TSLMC0213Vacancy: Electrically Bias Multi Skilled Shift EngineerLocation: ScarboroughSalary: £35,000-£38,000 per annum Hours: Full time, 48 hours per week, 4 days on, 4 days offClosing Date for Applications: 17th July 2018The Company: Our client is a successful, privately owned company based in 6 locations in the UK, delivering artisan bakery products to consumers countrywide. Our client is passionate about baking and although the company now boasts a large workforce, they are still a 'family' orientated business which focuses on retaining and developing staff to achieve their maximum potential. Due to growth, they now have an excellent opportunity for an Electrically Bias Multi Skilled Shift Engineer to join their team in Scarborough. The Role: Our client is seeking an Electrically Bias Multi Skilled Shift Engineer to join their team in Scarborough to work reactively within the plant on any technical issues or faults that may occur and ensure that any machinery or tools are repaired to a high standard, meeting all Health and Safety requirements. You will also be involved in continuous improvement projects, working closely with your colleagues to ensure that output, quality, efficiency, energy and waste are always improving and, overall ensuring that the plant runs as effectively as possible. Key Roles & Responsibilities:• Dealing with machinery breakdowns and repairing to a high standard • Working on continuous improvement projects to ensure the plant runs as efficiently as possible• General ongoing maintenance of machinery • Increasing productivity• Ensuring that the Health & Safety of all employees is maintained• Ensuring that food safety standards are met at all times The Candidate: To be considered for the opportunity of Electrically Bias Multi Skilled Shift Engineer, you will have previous Engineering experience, preferably within the Food or FMCG market, although this isn't essential. You will have undertaken a recognised apprenticeship in Engineering and have a good level of basic education and computer literacy. Due to the nature of this position and the 24 hour operation of the plant, you will be flexible to work a variety of day, night and weekend shifts as required. Essential Candidate Criteria:• Previous Engineering experience • Appropriate training or a recognised Apprenticeship in Engineering• Good level of basic education• Computer literacy Desirable Candidate Criteria:• Previous experience within the Food/FMCG market Are you the Electrically Bias Multi Skilled Shift Engineer based in Scarborough that we are looking for? If YES, then hit the 'Apply' button now where you will be asked to complete a short questionnaire and attach your CV for review.
ELECTRONICS ASSEMBLER / ST NEOTS / COMPETITIVE PAY + BENEFITSOSI Electronics is a diversified manufacturer of electronic devices and value-added manufacturing services.We now have a fantastic opportunity for a skilled Electronics Assembler to join the organisation.You will perform a wide variety of electronic, electro-mechanical, mechanical or measurement product assembly operations on product components, assemblies or sub-assemblies.Key Responsibilities of the Electronics Assembler:Populating PCBAs with through hole components within pre-flow processComponent kit prep and PCB cropping within the pre-flow processSet up equipment needed to assemble the printed circuit assembliesReworking through-hole components post flow-solderHand soldering through-hole components within hand-assembly processLearn and perform basic troubleshooting protocols and rework for non-conforming unitsAbility to be flexible and handle priority changes as they occurUphold the company’s core values of Integrity, Innovation, Accountability, and TeamworkDemonstrate behaviour consistent with the company’s Code of Ethics and ConductIt is the responsibility of every employee to report to their manager or a member of senior management any quality problems or defects in order for corrective action to be implemented and to avoid recurrence of the problemDuties may be modified or assigned at any time to meet the needs of the business.Skills & Experience Required:Previous experience of electronic assemblies, with good manual dexterityHigh school diploma or equivalent trade school educationKnowledge of and demonstrated ability in the use of hand tools including soldering equipment, screwdrivers, wrenches, and heat gunsIdeally IPC-A-610 certifiedThorough understanding of workmanship standards and quality control proceduresExperience operating in a lean manufacturing environmentComfortable with use of Microsoft Office SuiteIn return, the Electronics Assembler can expect:Highly Competitive SalaryPension planOpportunities to progress your career within an industry leading organisationWhat’s Next?If you are interested in this Electronics Assembler position, simply submit your CV via the button shown.NO AGENCIESKeywords: Electronics, Electrical Engineer, Electro-Mechanical, Skilled Operator, Manufacturing, Assembly, Assembler, PCB, Component, Soldering, IPC-A-610, St Neots, CambridgeThis vacancy is being advertised by Net-Recruit.
Test & Verification Engineer Abingdon £28000 - £32000 Every day, hundreds of thousands of people go to work and are kept safe by our clients’ portable gas monitors and fixed gas detectors. Established over 40 years ago, they are known by their worldwide customer base for reliable detection. Now it is time for them to leapfrog the competition and take the delivery of a safe working environment to the next level. This will involve harnessing the power of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), finding valued solutions to apparent and latent customer problems. There are many technical solutions on the market today engineered from the ground up. In a connected world we want to gather customer insight that will in turn drive our current and future product set. You’ll be leading with us, at the forefront of industry, driving solutions that can demonstrate a real benefit to our customers. Reporting to the Test & Verification Team Leader, in this role you will: Work within processes and procedures to assure the functionality, integrity and robustness of all new and existing productsBe proactive reporting progress, risk and issues with relevant peopleLead the writing of project documentation; input to and review of user documentationProactively design and develop automated test systems to verify product requirements are fully satisfiedLead the multidisciplinary development team to provide pre-qualification and verification testingDrive innovation and lead continuous improvement in testing & verification We are looking for someone that has Experience of creating test automation frameworks and systems and able to communicate and influence with different types of audiences. Ideally you would have worked with bespoke test software such as National Instruments LabVIEW. The most important quality the successful candidate will have is the desire to learn and to undertake a wide range of work-based challenges which will progress your technical engineering ability. A formal higher level technical qualifications within a relevant discipline, such as HNC Engineering, preferable in electronics
Test & Verification Technician Abingdon £22000 - £24000 Every day, hundreds of thousands of people go to work and are kept safe by our clients’ portable gas monitors and fixed gas detectors. Established over 40 years ago, they are known by their worldwide customer base for reliable detection. Now it is time for them to leapfrog the competition and take the delivery of a safe working environment to the next level. This will involve harnessing the power of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), finding valued solutions to apparent and latent customer problems. Following the expansion of the test and verification team, our client have an exciting vacancy for someone keen to progress their career within the business. Reporting to the Test & Verification Team Leader. Work within processes and procedures to assure the functionality, integrity and robustness of all new and existing productsBe proactive reporting progress, risk and issues with relevant peopleContribute to the writing of project documentation; input to and review of user documentationDesign and develop automated test systems to verify product requirements are fully satisfiedSupport the multidisciplinary development team to provide pre-qualification and verification testingHelp to innovate and drive continuous improvement in testing & verification Ideally you will have a Formal higher level technical qualifications within a relevant discipline, such as HNC Engineering, preferable in electronics The most important quality the successful candidate will have is the desire to learn and to undertake a wide range of work-based challenges which will progress your technical engineering ability.
An exciting opportunity exists for an experienced Certification Engineer to join an established team of Engineers operating within a rapidly growing R&D environment. They produce state of the art consumer electronics and are looking for an Electronic Engineer to aid in the design for compliance. This involves helping R&D team to place compliant and competitive products on the market using cost-effective methods.*** We cannot consider applicants who do not already have the right to work in the EU*** The rolePerform and ensure the necessary safety tests and assessments are undertaken to the required time scales and standards.· Develop and maintain an in-house Training Program covering different Low Voltage Directive standards.·Keep the technicians up to date with the latest test procedures and best practices.· Ensure that the design procedures are in place to achieve compliant designs.· Produce safety and conformity plans for new product designs.· Develop and maintain a system that tracks all the assets in the Electrical Laboratory.· Provide traceability of the equipment and sends a reminder when the equipment is due for calibration, thus ensuring our Laboratory remains compliant with ISO 17025.· Involved in performing EMC testing of products.·Emissions and Immunity testing with particular attention to Conducted and Radiated Emissions as well as Harmonics and Inter-Harmonics in the EMC Laboratory.· Provide assistance to customers experiencing issues with the product. In the initial visit to the customer’s installation collect necessary information in order to understand the problem. Replicate the issue and work in a solution.Qualifications, Experience and profile:· Electrical & Electronic Engineer experience of LVD certification.· Degree in Electrical & Electronic Engineering, Physics or similar discipline· Experience of the design and test of electrical or electronic products and/or cubicle based electrical power systems.· An ability to translate/interpret technical standards into realistic requirements for product design and test.· Process savvy with proficiency in management systems
Senior Electronics EngineerOxford£50k - £60k Every day, hundreds of thousands of people go to work and are kept safe by our clients portable gas monitors and fixed gas detectors. Established in 1970, they are known by their worldwide customer base for reliable detection. Their team of over 200 employees is located around the world, the majority of which are based in their Oxfordshire HQ. They have offices in China, America, Singapore, The Netherlands, UAE and India which exist support to our customers and ensure local market insight. There are many technical solutions on the market today engineered from the ground up. At Crowcon, we want to create products that tackle our customer’s problems. In a connected world we want to gather customer insight that will in turn drive our current and future product set. This will set our strategic agenda and drive us towards the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). You’ll be leading with us, at the forefront of industry, driving solutions that can demonstrate a real benefit to our customers. The function of this role is to lead a team of engineers to deliver new architectures and products to support the development of connected devices as well as support current products. This position will partner with various teams to perform these activities, however, you will have overall accountability for the hardware implementation to translate the product requirements. Key responsibilities You will be responsible for leading a team of electronic engineers by providing technical ownership and undertaking peer review.You must be able to design both analogue and digital circuitry developing products that meet specification requirements. You must have a proven record to advice and lead the R&D management team of new initiatives and improvements to existing processes and technologies throughout the entire engineering team. QualificationsDegree in a relevant engineering or science disciplineA thorough understanding of low voltage analogue and digital circuit design.Design of Low power & battery powered instrumentationSchematic Capture & PCB Design experienceExperience of design for EMC complianceGeneration and supervision of design verification and production test plans