Salary : Competitive Team : Electronics Location : Malmesbury - United Kingdom
The electronics Advancedtechnician is responsible for a wide variety of electronics assembly and testtasks to support current and future Dyson products.
The technician will be responsible formanaging and completing their tasks whilst working with the appropriateelectronics engineers to validate and improve assembly or test.
Read and understand mechanical andelectronic schematics & assembly drawings.
Assembly of prototype PCB boards using boththrough hole and SMD components from a BOM & from specification.
Ability to build prototype wire harnessesand fit them to test rigs and products.
Experience of equipment, tools and methodsused to build low volume wire harnesses
Be able to design and build basicelectronic circuits.
Build small test rigs for Testing andevaluating electronic designs.
Place component orders for prototypeassembly.
Work within the Electronics group advisingand supporting others.
Ensuring the laboratories are correctlystocked and maintained (including equipment) to enable testing &prototyping.
Recording and analysis of test results topresent to senior colleagues.
Maintain a tidy and safe work place.
Practical experience of building test rigsand carrying out tests commission
Soldering experience & PCB assembly
Programming ICs (integrated circuits)
Knowledge of test rig automation scripting- Labview, python would be desirable but not mandatory
Previous experience of working in a labenvironment
A relevant HND / OND qualification would bedesirable
Experience of executing test plans to anexact standard, spotting anomalies and reporting back to relevant engineers.
27 days holiday plus eight statutory bank holidays
Performance related bonus
Free on-site parking
Subsidized café and restaurants
Discounts on Dyson machines
Our Hullavington technology campus in the UK is a former Royal Air Force station, which was used to train pilots in the Second World War.
In 1940 Hullavington was a base for aircraft from Mosquitoes, Spitfires and Lancasters to Douglas Bostons, North American Mitchells and GAL Hotspur troop-
carrying gliders. By the end of the war there were more than 1,000 aircraft based on the airfield.