Job Details: Assembly & Workshop Technician

Groundbreaking Medical Machinery
£38,500 - £38,500
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Pension, 25 Days Leave, Health Insurance, Training Budget
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Pioneers in AI vision technology and bespoke automated machinery have an immediate requirement for an experienced Assembly & Workshop Technician to join their dynamic team. They are a company who thrives in the high-technology sector, delivering unmatched quality and precision in machine vision systems for inspection, guidance and identification.


Assembly & Workshop Technician 


£38500 + Pension, 25 Days Leave, Health Insurance,  


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Assembly & Workshop Technician - The Role:

As an Assembly & Workshop Technician, your responsibilities will include:

  • Building complete machines to CAD models and drawings, including mechanical assembly, electrical wiring, cable routing and finishing.
  • Wiring of control cabinet panels from detailed wiring drawings.
  • Selecting and using hand tools and equipment to manufacture parts and assemblies.
  • Preparing parts and sub-assemblies for smaller systems.
  • Performing mechanical and electrical modifications and adjustments during build and test phases.
  • Opportunity to develop automation, mechanical and electrical skills.
  • On-site electro-mechanical integration at customers' sites within the UK and overseas.
  • Assembly of complete systems, comprising of smaller integrations & machines on-site including mechanical assembly, electrical wiring, routing & finishing
  • Occasional site visits to carry out service, electrical/mechanical repairs & scheduled maintenance

Assembly & Workshop Technician - The Person:

We're looking for an Assembly & Workshop Technician with the following skills and experience:

  • Minimum 3-5 years industry experience in an electro-mechanical manufacturing environment.
  • Experience as a skilled electro-mechanical technician, fitter or hands-on engineer.
  • Hands-on knowledge of electrical wiring, mechanical building and pneumatics.
  • Ability to accurately read and interpret electrical and technical drawings, specifications and work instructions for both mechanical build & electrical wiring
  • Ability to use manual and powered hand tools.
  • Well organised, ability to work to deadlines and a high attention to detail.
  • A logical approach to problem solving.
  • Ability to prioritise a heavy workload.
  • Ability and willingness to work as part of a team.

Ideally you will be apprentice trained with an NVQ level 3 / BTEC in a relevant engineering discipline

As their Assembly & Workshop Technician, you'll receive a competitive salary, company pension, 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays, company health insurance and pension. Each staff member is also allocated a training budget to further develop your skills.

You will be joining a business who see themselves as a driving force behind the complete spectrum of factory automation processes and procedures. From ground breaking medical designs to cutting-edge electrical control systems, they are at the forefront of technological advancement in the industry. Headquartered at a prestigious Science and Innovation Campus, where innovation is not just a word, but a way of life.

This is your chance to be a part of a thrilling journey toward a more innovative, efficient, and exciting tomorrow.

If you have experience or interest in roles such as Electro-Mechanical Technician, Fitter, Hands-On Engineer, Mechanical Assembler, Electrical Assembler, or Workshop Technician, this Assembly & Workshop Technician role could be a perfect fit for you.

Located in Oxfordshire, this role would be commutable from Farringdon, Oxford, Dicot and Newbury.


For further information call Sarah Clarke

Available on: 01902212000 or 07519122547

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