At Oxford Instruments Plasma Technology, we provide tools for the engineering of micro- and nano-structures, with customers using our process solutions to research and produce materials and semiconductors vital for everything from medical devices and diagnostics, to electric cars and quantum computers.
This is a fantastic opportunity to join our Production team and work on the assembly build of high-tech, cutting edge products. You will develop new capabilities and work on some of our most complex system configurations. For this role you will need a strong engineering background and a high level of technical skills and knowledge.
You will be employed to work on a rotating shift pattern. Each working week consists of 4 shifts of 8 hours and one of 5 hours. Currently the shifts are Early (starting at 06:00hrs) and Afternoon (starting at 14:00hrs).
Key Responsibilities (including but not limited to):
- Build systems, sub-assemblies and piece parts for complex systems efficiently to the right quality levels and ISO standards, and to achieve build schedules
- Ensure that the requirements of the BOM and the customer specification are achieved
- Identify and resolve build problems
- Report technical issues and record using the FRACAS process
- Maintain your levels of technical competence by undertaking necessary training
- Act as a point of reference to ensure that the technicians within the build area are fully aware of the build sequence
- Train and guide less experienced technicians
- Set an example of the highest level of build cleanliness, house keeping and Health and Safety issues within the build areas, and support and promote 5S initiatives
- Contribute to the performance of the Production Team through continuous improvement initiatives
- Work on a rotating shift pattern in line with the rota notified to you by your Team Leader.
Essential unless otherwise stated:
- Time served Electrical apprenticeship or City and Guilds part 3, or
HND, HNC, or BTech level 3
- Detail wiring skills to precision level, including:-
- Lead free soldering
- Panel wiring to schematics
- Ability to read electrical drawings
- Ability to fault find and implement corrective action
- Ideally - combination of mechanical, electrical and electronic assembly skills
- Ideally - experience of working in the semiconductor industry
- PC skills
- Highly committed team player
- High standards of build quality; flexible, co-operative and willing; punctual and self-disciplined
- Good communication skills.
In addition to a competitive starting salary, Oxford Instruments also offers structured career development opportunities, a good work-life balance, private healthcare, a share incentive plan, 25 days annual leave, half-days on Fridays, a defined contribution Group Personal Pension Plan, and a flexible benefits package that you can tailor to your own requirements.
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