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PCB Repair Technician

  • Job reference: 924672
  • Location: Lewes, East Sussex
  • Salary: Up to GBP25000 per annum
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Sector: Engineering, Manufacturing & Facilities, Life Sciences
  • Date posted: 03/04/2019

PCB Repair Technician, Lewes, £25,000

Our client, a leading UK provider of technical transport solutions, are looking to employ experienced Repair Technicians from a PCB environment.

You will need the following beneficial skill set;

  • Minimum HNC/HND/OND in Electronics or relevant electronic discipline.
  • 3 years electronics repair, test and engineering experience within a relevant manufacturing environment, using best practice repair/test techniques.
  • Be able to Test, Diagnose and Repair to component level.
  • Expertise in hand soldering and use of rework station. IPC certification an advantage.
  • Competence in the navigation of circuit diagrams and assembly drawings.
  • Experience of soldering and rework of soldering related faults
  • Preferred - IPC-A-610 Acceptability of Electronic Assemblies
  • Good hand skills and eyesight
  • Knowledge of components, resistor colour codes and component polarities

Fantastic opportunity exists working for a great company and excellent work environment.

Commutable from Burgess Hill, Brighton, Hove, Portslade, Eastbourne, Worthing, Crawley, Hastings.

Our role in supporting diversity and inclusion
As an international workforce business, we are committed to sourcing personnel that reflects the diversity and values of our client base but also that of Orion Group. We welcome the wide range of experiences and viewpoints that potential workers bring to our business and our clients, including those based on nationality, gender, culture, educational and professional backgrounds, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, disability, and age differences, job classification and religion. In our inclusive workplace, regardless of your employment status as staff or contract, everyone is assured the right of equitable, fair and respectful treatment.