Electrical Build Technician (Subsea Systems)

Job type:
Experis IT
flag_no United Kingdom

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Electrical Build Technician (Subsea Systems)

6 months initial contract
Salary: DOE

Job Purpose
To wire and assemble complex Electronic assemblies. Carry out prototype wiring and first off builds. Ability to work to engineering diagrams, drawings, and routings. Build assemblies to meet required quality standards, prescribed costs and agreed lead times

Essential Responsibilities:
Maintain company soldering and build standards at all times
Builds electrical modules to company drawings,/documents.
Feedback quality issues using company procedures.
Produce feedback of first off and prototype build information and recommend improvements in design and build.
Mentor and coach operators and apprentices.
Maintain Health and safety standards within workshop.
Any other tasks as specified by Team Leader

Principal Accountabilities:
Wiring and soldering to IPC 610/620 class 3
Solder electrical and Electronics to IPC J-STD-001
Rework, repair and modify Electronic assemblies to IPC-7711A/7721A standards
Produce circuit layouts from electrical schematics.
Participate and help implement ideas in Lean work outs. Use knowledge to develop product and process improvements.
Produce circuits in Vero Board from Electrical schematics.
Produce shop cards to improve build quality.
Carry out testing and calibration on modules to predetermined test process under the guidance from test engineers
In depth Knowledge/experience of Electrical build process & systems
Sound Product Knowledge of build process
Working effectively with others towards common goals
Clear concise and unambiguous in exchange of information at working level
Promote company values through leading behaviours

Educated to ONC, or, City&Guilds, or NVQ level 3 in Electronics/electrical Assy
IPC Jstd 0001 trained
Minimum of 3 years' experience in electronic/electrical production.
Results oriented with proven track record.
Must be capable of producing circuit layouts from schematics.
Ability to mentor operators and Apprentices.

Ability to wire and loom to IPC 610/620 class 3 standards.