Middleton, Greater Manchester
Up to £8.50 per annum
Ian C Hull BA (Hons) Dip RP
4 months ago
Technician (Level 3) High Voltage
Must be able to perform the following largely unassisted with the minimum of supervisor/documentation. To demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of Client and customer related procedures. To be capable of understanding and repairing both single and three phase high voltage power supplies. To accurately and efficiently diagnose faults to component level using a variety of test equipment. To replace components as per diagnosis including detailed soldering and BGA rework. Provide high level of component rework to ensure reliable and safe products. Apply best practice diagnostic techniques to ensure individual repair targets are consistently and effectively achieved and both internal and external bounce rates are minimal. To accurately record parts usage and product statistics via Client systems. To assist with the development of Technical Documentation and its transfer into work instructions. To fault find to detailed component level. To calibrate high complexity equipment. To set up and use complex test equipment. To read drawings, circuit diagrams, schematics and user/service manuals etc. To perform exchanges as a result of Tech BER. To provide work of the required standard and hence be responsible for their own quality
Ability to check, correctly inspect and pass work of others. To train other Technicians (levels 1-3) on the above. To ensure that all products leave the premises complete with a security/identification label. To ensure compliance with Client policies and procedures. Attend training and to develop relevant knowledge and skills. To ensure personal and team compliance of the H&S requirements, in accordance with guidelines as set out in the H&S manual. Fully comply with all company security procedures and general housekeeping rules. To rectify/report any breaches/shortfalls in relation to H&S immediately.
Higher National Certificate or equivalent (e.g. City & Guilds) in related subject.
To be flexible to attend the initial training away from the site in the different town.