PRODUCT SUPPORT & TEST TECHNICIAN - ELECTRONICS

Job Description

Product Support & Test Technician – Electronics

Based within a small engineering business that is part of a larger European Group, the role will be part of the Test and Development Team that is primary responsible for the development of electronic component parts of the organisation’s product range. 

The company has a proud history for always being an innovative leader and for being in recent times, the first to introduce specialist technology to market.

The Product Support Technician will form a key role in this business and an important part of product development process.

Product Support & Test Technician Benefits:

  • £25,000 - £35,000
  • Pension – Contributions
  • 33 Days Holidays 
  • Bonus
  • Career Development  

The primary duties of the Product Support & Test Technician will be:

  • To maintain technical data systems relating to product design and manufacture.
  • To define and introduce new products.
  • To provide technical support to other departments within the company.
  • To maintain company product and materials specification systems.
  • To maintain product data via ERP item master, bill of material and routing files.
  • To maintain libraries of technical data relating to products, materials and components.
  • To maintain technical equipment and perform product testing.
  • Organise manufacture of new product samples.           

The Primary Requirements for the Product Support Technician:

  • A formal qualification in engineering ONC (NVQ level 3) or above (including basic electronics knowledge).
  • Be Self-motivation and have good attention to detail.
  • The ability to communicate effectively with all levels (both internally and externally)
  • Good PC skills, particularly MS Word and MS Excel.
  • Experience of basic electronics hand-assembly.

This Product Support & Test Technician role is commutable from: Stowmarket, Thetford, Bury St Edmunds, Braintree, Newmarket

SIMILAR JOBS

 

Probe are pleased to be assisting one of Oxfordshire’s premiere precision engineering firms with their search for a Sales Manager. The company have recently invested £millions into both their facility and equipment, meaning their capabilities are amongst the very best in the industry. The company offer a wide range of machining services including CNC turning, milling, cutting and bending as well as the associated fabrication and welding skills on site to complete the full solution offering.

They are seeking an Internal Sales Engineer to manage their key accounts within their core industries (Medical, Nuclear, Aerospace). The Internal Sales Engineer will be responsible for commercial management of accounts and providing quotes and costings for projects.

 

DUTIES:

The Internal Sales Engineer will be responsible for:

  • Key account management of existing customers
  • Proving quotes and costings on new projects with existing customers
  • Managing the commercial performance of key accounts

 

REQUIREMENTS:

The ideal candidate for this Sales Manager role will have

  • 2+ years’ experience within a similar role within the precision engineering industry
  • Existing knowledge of CNC machining and the ability to effectively quote for work
  • Ability to read and interpret technical drawings

 

This role will primarily be office based in Abingdon so you must live within commutable distance.

Commutable from Newbury, Wantage, Abingdon, Oxford, Aylesbury, Bicester, Banbury, Swindon, Thame, High Wycombe, Marlow, Maidenhead

Candidates in roles such as Inside Sales Engineer, Sales Engineer, Costings Engineer, Sales Estimator, Estimating Engineer may apply

 

A truly unique opportunity has become available for an Operations Director, within a long-established manufacturing company in the West Midlands area.

This is a well invested business, giving you, as the Operations Director, the opportunity to be part of an organisation where the management team are given full empowerment to run the business and create and implement future strategies & you will be given overall responsibility for management and accountability for the Production and Engineering functions.

The manufacturing processes are unique and vastly varies, supplying into a multitude of different industry sectors.

The remit of this Operations Director role is to deliver perfect product; to produce high quality products, safely, as efficiently as possible, delivering value, with flawless service to all customers.

BENEFITS

  • £70,000 - £75,000
  • Company Car
  • Excellent Pension and holidays
  • Life Assurance
  • Relocation Assistance offered if requires
  • Busy, friendly manufacturing organisation
  • A genuine chance to make an impact

DUTIES OF THE OPERATIONS DIRECTOR

  • Overall management and accountability for the Production and Engineering functions, in order to meet sales, output, manufacturing efficiencies, quality, safety and environmental targets
  • Management of Cell Managers and the Head of Engineering
  • Point of contact on site for any emergencies
  • Responsibility for budget and capital expenditure
  • Supporting commercial strategies with customers and suppliers
  • Reinforce expectations on safe working practices
  • Annual planning for labour and equipment
  • Compliance with all SHE policies and Procedures 

REQUIREMENT OF THE OPERATIONS DIRECTOR

  • Is it essential that you have a Degree in Chemistry, Mechanical or Chemical Engineering
  • Strong experience of chemical synthesis
  • A strong leader, with the ability to develop, mentor and manage, a natural Leader
  • Good knowledge of managing cost and budgets
  • Experience in SHE requirements and process safety management (COMAH ideal, but not essential)

This is an exceptional opportunity for an experienced Operations Director to take the helm.  Plenty of support is being offered for the right person.

The role is commutable from Birmingham, Walsall, Wolverhampton, Sutton Coldfield, Worcester, Telford, Tamworth, Kidderminster, and Redditch

Probe Technical Recruitment, providing Manufacturing, Production & Quality Recruitment Support since 1994

 

An outstanding opportunity has arisen for a CHEMICAL ENGINEER where you could be joining a well-established, stable manufacturing organisation, who supply into a multitude of different industry sectors. 

As their CHEMICAL ENGINEER, you will be given responsibility for development of new processes.

CHEMIOCAL ENGINEER BENEFITS

  • £30,000 - £35,000 - Dependant on experience
  • Working directly with the Senior Management team
  • Excellent Pension
  • 25 Days holidays + Stats
  • Busy, friendly manufacturing organisation
  • A genuine chance to make an impact
  • Life Assurance
  • 36.25 hour working week

DUTIES OF THE CHEMICAL ENGINEER

  • Develop new processes and improving existing ones
  • Decide the scope and extent of hazard assessment relevant to process
  • Carry out calculations and advise on testing programmes
  • Liaison with Project Engineering to develop the plant design, layout, costing and proposals
  • Initiate, design, implementation and commissioning of Plant Modification Proposals, to modify existing plant, including all relevant hazard assessments and HAZOPs

REQUIREMENT OF THE CHEMICAL ENGINEER

  • You will have a Degree in Chemistry
  • Relevant industrial experience 
  • Experience of development of new processes and improving existing ones
  • On-Plant experience in commissioning and practical trouble shooting
  • Experience of DSEAR methodology
  • SIL and LOPA assessments

The Chemical Engineer role is commutable from: Walsall, Wolverhampton, Sutton Coldfield, Worcester, Telford, Birmingham and Aldridge , Birmingham and Dudley

Probe Technical Recruitment, providing Manufacturing, Production & Quality Recruitment Support since 1994