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Electrical Assembler

  • Location: Stonehouse, Gloucestershire
  • Job type: Contract
  • Sector: Electrical, Instrument & Electronic
  • Date posted: 21/03/2018
  • Job reference: VR/43566
This vacancy has now expired.
Our client now has an immediate requirement for a experienced electrical assembler to join their team on a 6 month contract basis initially. This role is based at Stonehouse in Gloucester .

Candidates must have similar experience in electrical assembly and be IPC certified.

GENERAL SUMMARY:
Under zero supervision, performs all Electronic Assembler duties
Follows routings and records test measurements on PC based system.
Observes and reports non-conformances when detected. Follows up for complete closure of all technical and safety issues.
Mentors and trains Technicians at the Entry / Intermediate Level and actively participates in feedback to mentee on performance.
Understanding of work well beyond assigned area, recognized as an expert, experienced and knowledgeable
Shows unusual level of initiative, self-starter.

PRINCIPAL TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Under zero supervision, builds and tests various components of a complex downhole drilling tool.
Accesses Engineering database and navigates to find latest Releases of drawings, specifications and assembly documentation as needed. Actively monitors the entire work environment for out-of-revision documentation
Recognizes and leads the development of test and build documentation, procedures, equipment and/or programs as instructed.
Owns the responsibility for quality of work, actively pursues improvements to tooling / product.
Thorough understanding of the E-Chassis dynamics during the Manufacturing Process. Leads other Team members.
Takes ownership of, and supports Lean and 5S improvements. Independently performs self-assessments. Understands metrics.
Develops insights into 5S improvements, capable of realizing improvements.

SKILLS:
Competent at soldering, crimping and general wiring skills, as well as detecting workmanship issues of downhole electronics equipment and processes.
Outstanding team working and communication skills. Able to lead small teams during specific tasks.
Ability to provide solutions to all Workmanship related issues and capable of identifying blue money, Work Order flow, Sales, RAN's, MATS/RMS.
Ability to apply basic arithmetic operations, compute ratio and rate, percentage, fractions and ratios, and calculate weights and measures. Also Imperial to Metric conversions.
Ability to think and reason, solve problems, work with speed and accuracy, read with speed and comprehension, use mechanical reasoning, and work well with others.
Capable of identifying Waste in all its forms and reporting accordingly. Capable of identifying holes in Manufacturing process and implementing solution.
Outstanding knowledge of acceptability of downhole components and workmanship practices. Recognized as a leading authority.

QHSE:
Leads the safe workplace adherence and improvements regarding all risks, such as High Voltage and the mitigation techniques.
Understands Scope of Safety Standards as applied to Manufacturing. Active usage and implementation of QHSE Standards.
Follows documented QHSE procedures and encourages safe working in other employees.
Keeps minimum QHSE training up to date.
Actively reports all unsafe issues and hazards observed. Follows up to ensure compliance.
Actively reports all SQ issues with relevant systems, and assigns losses and risks as necessary. Follows up to ensure compliance.
Pro-Active house-keeping is expected.
Performs function of monitoring the workplace, actively searching for safety enhancements via HARC's (amongst others) and leading their creation and deployment.
Looks beyond scope of current Safety competency to identify holes in our safety certification footprint.

EDUCATION:
ONC/HNC/HND in Electronics or equivalent.

EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:
Experience in functional area

EQUIPMENT:
Calculators and computers and related equipment.
Electronics Test and build equipment
Safety equipment as required.