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Trainee Electronics Assembler


Job Category: Telecoms Job Location: London, Greater London, United Kingdom Trainee Electronics Assembler Greenwich, SE10 Ongoing Contract Monday - Thursday 42 hours per week (Days & Night shifts) £10.20 - £11.22 Working in a busy manufacturing & production area, for a large engineering company. These roles offer an opportunity to join a world-renowned company, who are specialists in their field. As a Trainee Electronics Assembler you will be responsible for; Undertaking assembly processes, ensuring all ESD product disciplines are adhered to and products are correctly built and tested. Following Engineering drawings to assemble the mechanical racking systems, sub assembly and wiring of all connections. Building, assembling and installation of modules that make up the suites. Rack wiring completed for all the panels connecting to each other as per drawing. Assembling different power supply units and installation of cubicles. Working on control panels, including complete wiring on the panels using crimp tools Component & D-type connector soldering Electrical/Prototype Wiring PCB Building HOURS OF WORK The successful Trainee Electronics Operator will be required to work shifts of both Days & Nights, on a 2-week rotation. Days (x2 weeks) Monday - Thursday 6am - 5.15pm Nights (x2 weeks) Monday - Thursday: 6pm - 5.15am Full training will be provided for this role, candidates who are interested will be invited to an assessment day to go through a Maths and English assessment and an instruction-based manufacturing test. We will go through the role in further detail and discuss the company. Please only apply if you can make it to site for 6am, can do night shifts and are happy to go through an assessment stage following by interview with the client

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London, England, London, EC1A, United Kingdom

  • Ad ID:  18793706
  • Ad Type:  Offered
  • Posted on:  14/01/2021, 03:28
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