LOCATION OF WORK: Oldham
HOURS PER WEEK: 38 hours
An established electronics business in Oldham, who specialise in fault finding and then repairing complex electronic products for several safety critical industry sectors require an Electronics Engineer to join their railway transport team.
You will be working on a team who specialise in diagnosing, testing and then repairing (down to component level) a range of electronic products used in the railway sector.
In this role you will have opportunity to work on every type of electronics product used on a train. Examples of some of the products you will work on are door controllers, lighting controllers, brake controllers and passenger information systems.
For this role you should be an Electronics Engineer who has experience working on Analogue and Digital based electronic products. You should be confident using a range of test equipment and fault finding down to component level. Once you have found the root cause of the issue, you will be required to use your electronic design skills to repair the fault.
This role will be suited to an Electronics Engineer who enjoys working on products with little technical documentation and then using their technical skills to work out the root cause of why the product isn’t working correctly, before providing a fix.
The work on offer is varied, nicely challenging and will provide a budding and enthusiastic Electronics Engineer plenty of work satisfaction.
- Confident Diagnosing, Repairing and Testing down to component level
- Analogue and Digital skills
- Design Test Boxes and Test Rigs for Testing of electronic products
- Determine and source Test Equipment as required
- Evaluate and produce written Condition Assessments of products as they arrive for evaluation.
- Write professional Test and Repair procedures.
- Solve technical challenges as they arise, e.g. Obsolescence issues.
- Experience working on products used in Safety Critical industries e.g Rail
- HND in Electronic Engineering