Location
    Hampshire
    Date

    Carbon 60

    Manufacturing PCB Rework / Assembly Operator – 18 Month FTC
    My client is a developer and manufacturer of products used in underwater applications i.e. sonar systems, seismology, and mapping.

    Who are we looking for?
    This role specialises in PCB rework / assembly, and to build the full range of products within recommended assembly build times and ensuring the highest level of quality standards throughout the production process.

    Your responsibilities
    : To assemble the constituent parts of the products from PCB level, through sub-assembly to finished units, following Company engineering drawings. Specific Focus will be on the rework of PCBs. To accurately interpret and replicate the circuit diagrams, schematics and wiring schedules of Engineer’s to produce prototype Printed Circuit Boards (PCB’s), Production PCB’s and Production test equipment. To assemble both test cables and prototype PCB’s with surface mounts and leaded components to a highest quality. Perform prototype coil winding assembly as required by each design specification. To carry out prototype modifications in-line with IPC standards and Engineering guidelines and requirements. To understand and build to wiring schedules, using appropriate meters, where required, to check assembled work. To highlight any specification or design error through the Cell Co-ordinators or Departmental Manager or directly with the Production Engineering team. To ensure all activities are completed in accordance with current Quality System procedures and standards and, wherever possible, within recommended times specified on the Company ERP system. To raise the appropriate levels of non-conformance reports, Engineering Change request etc. in compliance with the Company Quality System requirements and Departmental guidelines. To establish effective working relations with all departments, i.e. Production Engineering, Stores, Quality etc. to ensure maximum co-operation for the timely resolution of assembly related issues. To provide assistance and support to other Assembly staff when requested, to complete specific activities. To understand and follow all Manufacturing Department administrative procedures and maintain records via the systems provided. To understand and use Company IT resources, i.e. Intranet, ERP system in support of day-to-day activities such as part enquiries, stock search, etc. To actively support and contribute to the creation and implementation of production improvement initiatives. To maintain a safe working environment, demonstrating clear commitment to health and safety in the workplace through strict adherence to Company and Departmental Health and Safety and COSHH policies and practices.

    Essential Experience
    The ability to read and interpret Engineer drawings Previous manufacturing assembly experience, including soldering and crimping Proven ability to use production equipment i.e. soldering irons, crimps etc. Surface mount experience IT literate Attention to detail Accuracy Person drive and enthusiasm Ability to work work well with others Good manual dexterity

    Desirable Experience
    NVQ Level 3 in Electronics or equivalent IPC 3 J Standard

    Carbon60, Lorien & SRG – The Impellam Group STEM Portfolio are acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.

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