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Working for an up-and-coming local company, Midlands based with a family feel but impressive big brand client base. They are expanding again at their HQ in Walsall, West Midlands which is the reason for this recruitment campaign. They specialise in sales, service and distribution of electronics and technical products and act as customer service, warranty, returns and refurbishments for partner organisations. They are ambitious, growing and are a great employer for experienced Repair Technicians who are looking for a new challenge.
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The Repair Technician AKA Bench Technician job which is both varied and challenging and sits within a friendly supportive team. Generally, the role includes testing, fault finding to component level and repairing products that have been returned as part if newly awarded contract for international retailer/distributer of power tools and lawn-care equipment.
Specifically, fault finding and to repair and calibrate electrical / mechanical / electronic tools equipment & instrumentation. Fault finding and repair and calibrate electrical/electronic & mechanical equipment as a bench technician. Read and understand repair manuals, schematics, and circuit diagrams. Fault finding and repair at printed circuit board level. Raising requisitions for replacement components as required. Assisting in supporting an international network of approved repair centres. Properly using hand tools & test equipment. Producing fault reports and inputting correct data into the Repairs data base. Updating as new, returned electrical/electronic & mechanical field and bench type instrumentation. Working effectively as a key part of a close-knit team to achieve mutual goals.
You will have
To be successful as Repair Technician you will Ideally hold vocational qualifications in Electrical/Electronic or Mechanical discipline; OR suitable testing, maintenance & repair experience. Previous experience in a similar technical role. Conversant with the use of fault-finding devices such as multi-meters and oscilloscopes. Experience of fault finding at 'component level'. Ability to read and understand manuals, schematics, and circuit diagrams. Ability to fault-find, and diagnose root cause. Working experience within a product test environment. Experience of producing fault reports and inputting correct data into ERP software. Good communication skills, written and conversational. Enthusiastic and a team player.
You will get
In the Repair Technician role you will enjoy a competitive salary, likely £20K+ paid as £10PH + OT + Bonus + Incentives, plus an interesting job with a great company!
You can apply
To Repair Technician by pushing the button on this job posting (recommended), by sending CV in confidence to firstname.lastname@example.org , or if you prefer to feel free to give me a call at 01275 331307.