Test Assembly Technician

Pension scheme Good development opportunities Employee discounts Attractive remuneration system Work-life integration Health initiatives Flexible working hours Mobile working

Test and calibrate. Solder under microscope. Balance Wheatstone bridge. Temperature Chamber operation. Zero and span compensation for Force, Pressure, and Electronics products. Hand soldering. Computer operation. Reading drawings. Ensure product is assembled to required configuration. Operate production equipment, including Force deadweight and Hydraulic, Pressure Deadweight and Hydraulic, and Electronic Digital and Analog outputs. Responsible for quality control; make adjustments as necessary to produce product within specifications. Operate within standard operating procedures (SOPs) and work instructions (WIs). Complete daily production logs. Perform daily inspections on production equipment and tools; ESD, Calipers, DVM, Etc. Communicate with operators from other shifts. Clean and maintain work area (5S). May perform on the job training to new employees. Perform other duties as assigned.

High School Diploma or GED Ability to read and comprehend written instructions Ability to add, subtract, and record data onto tabulation sheets Ability to receive verbal instructions and comprehend them Proficiency at Calibrating process & Test gauges to specified requirements Ability to assemble and inspect gauges to specified workmanship standards Understanding LEAN manufacturing concepts a plus Computer literacy desired, but not required