Assembly Technician (Electrical)

Gi Group
17 Jul 2017
16 Aug 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Gi Group are working on behalf of a Leeds based manufacturing company in the recruitment of an Assembly Technician (Electrical). This is a wonderful permanent opportunity to join a global manufacturing company, the main duties being the building, testing and configuration of CCTV systems that will be fitted into vehicles throughout the UK. The ideal candidate would be responsible for the designated CCTV build and test area, with another operative in support.

Job Details:

* Type: Permanent
* Hours: 2 shift pattern 6-2/2-10 (40 hours per week)
* Pay: £20,000 per annum
* Location: Leeds/Seacroft area

Key Responsibilities:

* Building and testing CCTV components and equipment to go in various vehicles
* Lead the designated CCTV function and mentor/guide a CCTV operative
* Keep the CCTV room organised and in good working order
* Communicate effectively and respectfully both verbally and written with internal / external customers
* Support and sustain any warehouse initiatives and help drive the team to excellence

Person Specification, the ideal candidate will have the following:

* Knowledge and exposure of electronics and IT (for the build/testing of CCTV equipment)
* Ability to use an electrical meter (testing voltage and currents)
* A+ N+ (Comptia) experience
* Demonstrable experience working with CCTV products
* Lead by example, have a positive attitude with the ability to motivate others
* Ability to work well as part of a team and on an individual basis
* Methodical and logical with regards problem solving and with good attention to detail
* Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to build good relationships at all levels

If you meet the above criteria and would like to apply for the role of Assembly Technician please send your CV to Paul Thorpe, or alternatively call Paul on (Apply online only). Gi Group in the UK provides recruitment, staffing and workforce management services to local and national clients of all sizes, placing an average of 15,000 temporary and permanent staff into work nationwide each week across many market sectors