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Electronics Technician

Electronics design and development for imaging systems and to help install Seiche cameras. Occasionally going offshore to install the cameras.

Principal accountabilities:

Key tasks of the role

  • Applying engineering principles to provide technical solutions to exciting problems
  • Designing, developing and testing electronics system
  • Provide value-added commercial input into new and existing imaging system solutions/products
  • Supporting the R&D group as required designing and building electronics system and working to specification in engineering drawings and procedures
  • Maintain accurate documentation, records and produce timely reports

Criteria which will be used in shortlisting and selecting candidates

Skills

  • Able to work on own initiative and prioritise effectively, achieving results against deadlines
  • Able and willing to learn new skills required to fulfil the role
  • Ability to work collaboratively as part of a project team
  • Ability to work flexibly to meet the needs of the company
  • Willingness to travel to other sites/events on occasion

Knowledge

  • Electronics principles
  • Testing and troubleshooting electronics circuits

Experience

  • Electronics assembly, wiring and soldering to high standard
  • Experience working with PCB designs
  • Demonstrate a methodical approach to problem solving
  • A demonstratable passion for technology and innovation

Education & Certification
Electronics Engineering or related disciplines.
Must drive due to location, client and site visits.

Salary band
Up to £22-30k (dependent on experience) plus overtime (by agreement).

Hours
Core Hours: 9.00am-5.00pm, with the occasional need to work overtime.

Holiday & Benefits
25 days holiday plus bank holidays, pro-rata for part time employees.
5% Employer Pension contribution.

CVs to be sent to Kelly Holder k.holder@seiche.com

Location
Based at Ashridge Engineering, Okehampton; Minimum of 2 days per week at Seiche, Bradworthy.


Junior CAD Technician

CAD design, new product and system development, liaise with client groups and suppliers

Principal accountabilities:

Key tasks of the role

  • Work with and provide support to the engineering managers
  • To produce detail drawings, assembly drawings, design drawings and bill of materials
  • To work to relevant engineering codes and standards, as well as best practice
  • Update existing drawings and complete built drawings, where required
  • Provide project and design support, both internally and to clients

Criteria which will be used in shortlisting and selecting candidates

Skills

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Excellent computer skills (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint)
  • Ability to understand CAD Drawings and material specifications
  • Hands on mechanical and technical skills
  • Ability to work pro-actively and manage multiple priorities to achieve results against conflicting deadlines
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Highly organised and able to manage own time and workload efficiently
  • Pro-active and self-motivated
  • Good analytical and problem-solving skills

Knowledge

  • Good knowledge of Solidworks
  • Understanding of mechanical engineering and workshop processes
  • Understanding of the CAD/CAM/CNC route to manufacturing
  • Working knowledge of AutoCAD 3D drafting and design software

Experience

  • Minimum 2-3 years’ experience, mechanical engineering CAD based

Education & Certification
Mechanical Engineering Degree or, Mechanical Engineering Graduate with working experience.
Training provided.
Must drive due to location, client and site visits.

Salary band
Up to £18-23k (dependent on experience) plus overtime (by agreement).

Hours
Core Hours: 9.00am-5.00pm, with the occasional need to work overtime (by agreement).

Holiday & Benefits
25 days holiday plus bank holidays, pro-rata for part time employees, 5% Employer Pension contribution, and Life Assurance (4x Salary).

CVs to be sent to Kelly Holder k.holder@seiche.com

Location
Bradworthy, North Devon, and Ashridge Engineering, Okehampton, Devon.