Technician – Instrumentation (Leyland)

Location: Leyland, Lancashire
Vacancy Type: Fixed term contract
Shift:

37 hours per week, 8am to 4.45 Monday to Thursday and 8am to 12.00pm Friday

Job Summary

Our Instrumentation team have a fixed term contract opportunity for a skilled Instrumentation Technician. The successful applicant will become part of a team offering dynamic solutions to departments across the business. Instrumentation and fault-finding experience and electrical and electronic knowledge are essential.

Reporting to – Senior Engineer

The primary function of the role is to assist in the planned departmental workload including:

  • Preparation of instrumentation to support internal projects
  • Maintenance, planned and unplanned, of existing facilities
  • Calibration of stand-alone instruments and instrumentation packages
  • Liaise with the requesting engineers to ensure that customer requirements are understood and being met
  • Assist with internal improvement actions
  • Support a culture of continuous improvement to help drive improvements in safety and security, customer service and technical excellence

Roles and Responsibilities

Health, Safety, Environment & Security:

  • Ensure appropriate PPE is being used at all times in designated areas
  • Ensure H&S procedures & processes are being followed
  • Ensure appropriate security measures are being used in the labs
  • Maintain housekeeping to high standards

Customer service:

  • Work with Engineers and Supervisors to meet/exceed customer expectations
  • Ensure all work is completed in a timely manner and to a professional standard
  • Report any problems immediately to the Supervisor
  • Engage in contributing to all continuous improvement activities

Technical excellence:

  • Maintain training to perform assigned tasks
  • Installation of instrumentation on test rigs and vehicles to the highest standards
  • Maintenance and upkeep of equipment
  • Ensure that instrumentation performs to the requirements detailed in test standard(s) being used

Compliance:

  • Adhere to company policies and procedures
  • Comply with appropriate ISO procedures

Financial performance:

  • Work effectively within the quoted price / hours allocated to direct jobs
  • Utilise resources effectively to reduce waste

General:

  • Act in accordance with the behaviours for Millbrook employees at all times
  • Lead by example

Person Specification

Qualifications:

  • Electrical Engineering / Instrumentation apprenticeship or equivalent qualification

Experience:

  • Automotive background
  • Understanding of Calibration Procedures
  • Competent in PC usage with knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel
  • Skills in electronic, electrical problem diagnosis
  • Instrumentation experience (thermocouples, pressure transducers, strain gauges etc.)

Skills:

  • Must have a sound background in instrumentation.
  • Skills in electronic and electrical diagnostics
  • Good knowledge of calibration procedures
  • Good fault finding experience on modern instrumentation
  • Able to create measurement packages from stand-alone instrumentation
  • Understanding of National Instruments LabVIEW
  • Good general IT skills

Personal Behaviours:

  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Able to follow written instructions/ work requests
  • Good understanding of H&S practices

Other:

  • Willingness to work shifts, including weekends
  • Flexibility to travel as and when required
  • Full UK driving license
  • Willing to undergo a Criminal Records Bureau check

To apply please email your cover letter and CV to jobs@millbrook.co.uk.

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