Production Technician


Workshop Technician
Near Egham - Full Time Permanent
£25,000 - £27,500

Are you looking for a career in a company where innovation and hard work are rewarded? Do you want to work for a company who are at the forefront of their market place?

Company:
Due to an exciting period of growth we are currently seeking Workshop Technician to join the team of our client based in West London, They are a market leader in refrigeration controls, refrigerant leak detection and energy reduction initiatives.



Role Profile:
This role will involve undertaking the assembly and modification of electrical panels to meet contract / customer & engineer requirements.

Assemble and inspect new infra-red based refrigerant leak detection systems and their associated products;

Responsibilities:
Ability to read, understand and work from engineering drawings, schematics, sketches, photographs and verbal instructions;
Undertake electrical and mechanical assemblies, to include marking, cutting, drilling and tapping sheet metal and other materials.

As well as cutting, crimping, soldering and terminating cables between 0.2mm and 1.5mm.

Ability to perform production tasks in different batch sizes across the different product ranges.


Actively promote the Company's commitment to total quality, positive environmental development and health and safety standards, ensuring consideration for self and others within the working environment.


Maintain company quality control procedures;
Attention to detail when assembling products to meet the required standards;
Highlight any potential errors in drawings or Bills of materials.


Comply with statutory, Company and regulatory H&S rules and regulations;
Ensure correct PPE is worn/used when required in accordance with Company requirements;
Operate in a safe manner ensuring environment is suitable for self and others
Liaise with the H&S representative on matters as required;
Escalate issues which cannot be resolved locally, to next in line and H&S representative

You will have:
Maintain and develop own skills and experience as required;
Undertake training as required to obtain new skills and techniques to support continuous improvement & development of the department and job role;
Be able to meet customer and in-house deadlines;
Must be computer literate, comfortable using MS Office;
Take ownership and aim to constantly exceed identified objectives;
Display appropriate standards of behaviour, and uphold ethics, values & promotion of equal opportunities

If you are interested in this role please apply and send over your up to date CV right away!
Workshop Technician
Near Egham - Full Time Permanent
£25,000 - £27,500

Are you looking for a career in a company where innovation and hard work are rewarded? Do you want to work for a company who are at the forefront of their market place?

Company:
Due to an exciting period of growth we are currently seeking Workshop Technician to join the team of our client based in West London, They are a market leader in refrigeration controls, refrigerant leak detection and energy reduction initiatives.



Role Profile:
This role will involve undertaking the assembly and modification of electrical panels to meet contract / customer & engineer requirements.

Assemble and inspect new infra-red based refrigerant leak detection systems and their associated products;

Responsibilities:
Ability to read, understand and work from engineering drawings, schematics, sketches, photographs and verbal instructions;
Undertake electrical and mechanical assemblies, to include marking, cutting, drilling and tapping sheet metal and other materials.

As well as cutting, crimping, soldering and terminating cables between 0.2mm and 1.5mm.

Ability to perform production tasks in different batch sizes across the different product ranges.


Actively promote the Company's commitment to total quality, positive environmental development and health and safety standards, ensuring consideration for self and others within the working environment.


Maintain company quality control procedures;
Attention to detail when assembling products to meet the required standards;
Highlight any potential errors in drawings or Bills of materials.


Comply with statutory, Company and regulatory H&S rules and regulations;
Ensure correct PPE is worn/used when required in accordance with Company requirements;
Operate in a safe manner ensuring environment is suitable for self and others
Liaise with the H&S representative on matters as required;
Escalate issues which cannot be resolved locally, to next in line and H&S representative

You will have:
Maintain and develop own skills and experience as required;
Undertake training as required to obtain new skills and techniques to support continuous improvement & development of the department and job role;
Be able to meet customer and in-house deadlines;
Must be computer literate, comfortable using MS Office;
Take ownership and aim to constantly exceed identified objectives;
Display appropriate standards of behaviour, and uphold ethics, values & promotion of equal opportunities

If you are interested in this role please apply and send over your up to date CV right away!



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