The chosen candidate will be engaged in the assembly of Brooks’ automated modules, related sub-assemblies and Bio-store and sample-store equipment. Therefore, will require a general level of electrical/mechanical engineering and understanding, to perform the functions required for the role.
- Performs functions associated with all manufacturing operations, including working with design/manufacturing engineers in new development or prototype assembly. As well as performing work, rework and testing and troubleshooting related to the production of parts, components, subassemblies and final system assemblies.
- Uses sophisticated programs to collect and evaluate operating data to conduct on-line adjustments to products, instruments or equipment.
- Assist in developing methods and procedures from drawings and/or diagrams and schematics to control or modify the manufacturing process.
- Works with engineers, quality dept, commissioning engineers in conducting experiments.
- May be asked to prepare technical reports summarising findings and recommending solutions to technical problems.
- Take on ad-hoc functions required by the team.
Technical Skills and Experience
- Completed a course of Further Education study to BTEC or NVQ level 3 or higher.
- Must have served a recognised apprenticeship.
- Ability to read and interpret engineering drawings, specifications and work instructions.
- Familiar with Microsoft PC based software (Word, Excel, Outlook etc)
- Working within a Health & Safety management system
- Experience of automation systems, and manufacturing or testing of 3-axis robots.
- Working within an MRP controlled manufacturing environment.
- Working within an ISO 9001 Quality Assurance system
• Self-motivated in the pursuit of daily production objectives.
• Ability to work as part of a larger team.
• Work Commitment – must be prepared to expend the effort required to meet production objectives
• Problem solving – must be able to analyse issues logically to resolve technical issues.