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Electrical Test Development Technician

  • Location: Bedford
  • Salary: £16.01 - 16.01 per hour per hour
  • Job Type:Contract

Posted about 1 month ago

  • Sector: Automotive and Motorsport
  • Contact: Bhavna Kotecha
  • Contact Email:
  • Contact Phone: 0161 707 1516
  • Client: Morson Talent
  • Expiry Date: 16 November 2021
  • Job Ref: 193363BKA

Currently recruiting for an Electrical Test Development Technician working for a large automotive client

The role will involve:

Fundamental understanding of vehicle dis-assembly, assembly, & maintenance techniques
Vehicle system knowledge with the ability to fault find
Understanding of component measurement techniques
Instrumentation set-up
Electronic / Electrical background (preferably automotive) including Navigation systems, Audio, and Hands-free telephone
Test rig experience (General)
Basic Machining / Welding / Fabrication
Computer literacy (word processing)
Data analysis & Report writing
Facility & instrumentation calibration
Use skills to provide support to other test sections as required

Preparation / building / maintenance of vehicles or components for test in line with local procedures and clients Engineering Manuals.
Support Testing in static and dynamic conditions to gather accurate, timely, and quality test data/results.
Support Evaluation and concern identification including liaison with Test Engineer.
Support delivery of Key Performance Indicators for the section
Use skills to provide support to other sections as required

Qualifications/ Skills:

Ideally C&G / BTEC L3 in mechanical, Electrical or automotive engineering with a recognised apprenticeship.

Fully proficient in the fundamental practical mechanical / Electrical skills required for this role
Ability to work safely and to comply with legal and company safety policies
Fully proficient Excel data management and producing graphs
A good knowledge of Word and PowerPoint for report writing & presentation preparation
Excellent organisational skills
Strong attention to detail
Be able to work independently to manage and prioritise their own and workload