Electrical Engineer

DERICHEBOURG - Aviation & Energy Resources Limited
£19/hour Uplift paid for shift system @ 20
07 Jul 2017
06 Aug 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
We have a new contract role for an Electrical Engineer/Production Test operator to work out of our clients facility in Portsmouth.

This is a 6 month contract with the possibility of an extension. Basic working hours are 37 per week. To begin with you would work a standard day, and move onto a shift system once you are familiar with the product.

Shifts: 6am-2pm, 2pm-10pm. Occasionally 10pm-6am which pays a 33% uplift. Some weekend working Saturday or Sunday may be required at peak times.

Minimum Qualification Requirement: HNC or equivalent in electronic discipline plus at least 1 to 2 years relevant experience.

The role
• Test of electronic, analogue, digital and RF sub-systems up to 10 GHz. Including amplifiers, frequency up/down converters, complex RF and digital signal processing.
• Optimisation of RF circuits by stub tuning using parallel gap and thermal compression bonding techniques
• Quality control of test results and documentation; Initial fault diagnosis and rising of non-conformance reports.
• Competent in the use of all types of propriety analogue and RF test equipment including vector and pulse network analysers
• Flexible approach to working methods and patterns. Overtime and shift working will be required including night shifts and weekends.
• Pro-active role in maintaining a safe working environment and a clear commitment to health and safety in the workplace.
•Willingness to accept change and actively support continuous improvement, Wiling to develop skills as required in support of production (assembly, test, inspection and support) and implements these flexibly.

Key Activities:
Reporting directly to the Team leader:

• Achieve the production plan by certifying conformance of equipment by quality control production electrical testing in accordance with defined test procedures and company quality requirements.
• Support business and departmental improvement initiatives
• Support new product introduction and development
• Maintain accurate quality control test results and test event logs.
• Provide first line fault analysis and raise mandatory non conformance reports for non compliant or anomalous tests
• Support introduction of new test methods
• Understand use and limitations of relevant test equipment
• Support and contribute to the introduction of production improvement and efficiency initiatives
• Have an awareness of business and departmental cost and schedule requirements
• Adhere to company and departmental Health and Safety and COSHH (Control of Substances Hazardous to Health) processes and procedures
• Conform to company and departmental policies and procedures

We look forward to hearing from you, DERICHEBOURG Aviation and Energy Resources