Workshop Electronics Technician in Aberdeen (Onsite) at Seatronics Group

Acteon

Workshop Electronics Technician in Aberdeen (Onsite) at Seatronics Group

Salary Not Specified

Acteon, Westhill, Aberdeenshire

  • Full time
  • Permanent
  • Remote working

Posted 2 weeks ago, 30 May | Get your application in now before you miss out!

Closing date: Closing date not specified

job Ref: 681eeeb0142148f09f6d4aa385c1fb8f

Full Job Description

Seatronics, part of Acteon Group, supplies specialist subsea solutions pursuing excellence both in engineering capability and customer support. Our continually developing expertise allows us to provide full service capability on demand encompassing rental, sales, service and repair, calibration, personnel and asset management., We are currently recruiting for a Workshop Electronics Technician to join the team on a full time, permanent basis.

Based in Westhill you will be responsible for carrying out the testing, service and repair of both Seatronics owned and 3rd party equipment to manufacturer's specifications and tolerances following in house test procedures.

You will preparing equipment for sale or rental including equipment interfacing, maintenance, servicing and re-certification all of which will be required in order to meet project deadlines. You will be responsible for ensuring this is carried out in a timely and organized manner with particular attention to maintaining the high QA standards already in place.,

  • Testing/interfacing and fault finding of electronic survey equipment

  • Calibration of equipment to manufactures tolerances & specifications as per Seatronics procedures

  • Electronic repairs including minor PCB work and cable re-terminations

  • Creation of accurate calibration/test documents

  • Accurate and organised documenting of calibration certificates and test sheets

  • Point of liaison between suppliers, manufacturer's and customers as required

  • Shipping to customers and manufacturers

  • Occasional field based equipment support to customers as required

  • Occasional remote based equipment support to customers

  • Maintenance of calibration facilities to maintain the best possible standards

  • Monitor lab test/reference equipment calibration requirements and organise re-certification with minimal lab down time

  • Ensure the return of 3rd party equipment within the timescales agreed

  • Willingness to undertake other duties as and when required such as stock take, maintaining tidy work areas, copying, filing etc.

    HNC or equivalent in a relevant area; Electronics, Electrical Engineering, or Engineering Systems

  • 2 years experience of testing/interfacing and fault finding of electronic equipment

  • Experience of PCB investigation, soldering, crimping, mechanical assembly