Electrical Technician Lead Hand
Date Posted: Dec 10 2014
Duration: Until Filled
Location:Kirkbymoorside, North Yorkshire
Forum Subsea Technologies require an Electrical Technician Lead Hand to assemble and test the electronic/electrical components, subassemblies and assemblies. This position is based in Kirkbymoorside, North Yorkshire. Please note this position is on a fixed term contract of 9 – 12 months.
Main Tasks and Responsibilities:
Assist the Electronic Shop Supervisor with the assignment of jobs to the Electrical Technicians.
Responsible for prioritising and delegating work to a team of Electrical Technicians under the guidance of the Electronics Lab Supervisor.
In the absence of the supervisor, act on their behalf.
Assist the Senior Electrical Technicians in ensuring department quality standards are maintained by all technicians.
Play a pro-active role in ensuring workload is constantly flowing through the department.
Ensure Health & Safety procedures and guidelines are adhered to by all staff at all times.
Ensure completed work in all department labs is forwarded onto relevant department and all paperwork checked/processed.
Responsible for monitoring department efficiency with a 100% target.
Assist supervisor in ensuring major project schedule into integration dates and tooling/spares completion dates are met.
Ensure the department quality standards are maintained by all technicians.
· Responsible for monitoring department efficiency.
Required Qualifications & Skills:
Secondary school qualifications are essential.
ONC in Electronic & Electrical Engineering (or equivalent) is essential.
IEEE 16th Edition accreditation is desirable.
Knowledge of low voltage AC/DC panel wiring/looming is essential.
Knowledge of high voltage installations is essential.
Knowledge of control/data systems is essential.
Knowledge of fibre optic handling/termination is essential.
Must have the correct attributes to drive workload through the department and ensure all deadlines are met.
Proficient in using range of PC software including Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, MRP system/stock management systems is essential.
Schedule/quality/safety awareness is essential.
Good communication skills, both verbal and written.
Must be able to read and interpret drawings and sketches.
Good organisational skills are essential.
Must be hard working.
Must be able to work under pressure and the ability to manage specific details.
Some travelling may be required.
Must be familiar with all subassemblies and basic systems.
Must be confident in liaising with other departments and management team.
Previous experience as an Electrical Technician within Forum is desirable but not essential.
Previous experience with production processes and equipment is essential.
A good understanding of electrical/electronic systems essential.