Our client invents and builds smart technology that delivers improved performance outcomes for our clients in the safety & productivity and unmanned aerial vehicle sectors.
The Electronic Assembly Technician is primarily responsible for the manufacture, inspection and test of electronic modules and harness assemblies to support production requirements. Other responsibilities may include manufacture of prototype assemblies to support development projects and providing maintenance support to test facilities. The Electronic Assembly Technician will work primarily with the Technical Services team, with engineering support provided by the Control Systems team.
Terminating low voltage wiring harnesses and connector assemblies.
Preparing and flash programming printed circuit boards.
Assembly of production electronic modules into enclosures.
Inspection and Test:
Visual inspection and electronic testing of harnesses and printed circuit boards.
Functional testing and accelerated life screening of completed electronic modules.
Documenting inspection and test results and non-conformance.
Electronic Prototyping and Maintenance:
Manufacture and test of prototype wiring harnesses and test equipment
Basic fault-finding and maintenance of test facility electronics and low voltage (less than 50V) electrical systems.
Strictly adhere to the client’s in-house production processes and quality procedures.
Actively contribute to the continuous improvements of the client’s quality control processes.
Documentation of new and modified work instructions.
Responsible for the self-management and coordination of assigned projects
Ability to handle multiple tasks of varying priorities and deliver on commitments.
Thoroughness and excellent attention to detail.
Perform other reasonable tasks and responsibilities as assigned from time to time.
Certificate III or IV in an electronic and/or light electrical subject area (e.g. Automotive Electrical Technology, Electronics and Communications, Instrumentation) and/or;
Diploma of Electronics and Communications Engineering or similar subject
Alternate qualifications will be considered on a case by case basis and could be supplemented with relevant work experience.
IPC Class III certification for electronic circuit re-work and wiring harness assemblies would be a strong advantage.
3+ years’ general experience in electronics manufacturing, inspection and test.
Previous soldering experience.
Stripping, crimping and general harness manufacturing.
Experience of general light fabrication.
Problem solving skills.
Well-developed numerical, written and verbal skills.
Microsoft Word, Excel and Visio.
Some experience with electronic circuit and equipment fault-finding would be an advantage.
Elementary programming skills are beneficial.
If you believe you are the right candidate and then please apply.