Electrical Systems Workshop Technician
Engineering
Sydney New South Wales, Australia
$80000 - $100000 Per Annum + Super
Position Overview:

  • Responsible for the assembly, modifications, service and repairs of Industrial transformers, converters and other Electronics/electrical systems and Products supported by the client.
 

Role Tasks & Duties:

The role includes but not limited to:

  • Testing, troubleshooting and fault finding Electronic/Electrical components and systems in accordance with instructions, standards and codes.
  • Assembly, wiring, crimping and soldering of electrical/electronic components , cables and  looms.
  • Set up Electronic systems and devices for Function/HV tests, fault findings, trouble shooting and evaluate performance and functionality.
  • Coordinate with Supervisor/management to determine deadlines for the assigned tasks.
  • Following and Interpreting Electronics/electrical schematics, point to point wiring information & work instructions.
  • Attending regular training workshops and reporting to the supervisor.
  • Responsible for safe working and environment procedures Responsible for 5S, KPS and care and maintenance of company property.
  • Supporting Continuous improvement and Responsible for personal timekeeping.
  • Follow shop order requirements and complete scheduled daily production.
  • Inspect and verify parts and materials received for assembly.
  • Work in other departments in order to level work loads.
  • Responsible for quality control and document control.
  • Basic mechanical assembly as required.
 

Required Skills, Experience and Competencies:

  • Completed Cert III &/OR Cert IV in Electronics/Electrotechnology or Degree.
  • (Dual trade Electronics Electrical license holders highly desirable)
 

Desirable Skills, Experience, and Competencies

 

  • Experience in troubleshooting and fault finding of electronics systems, components and Equipment
  • Experience and knowledge with Electronics components, tools and testing equipment
  • Experience in Electrical components and system  testing, repair, assembly, modification
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
 

Additional requirements:

  • Crimping and soldering.
  • Electronic components assembly.
  • Crimping, Electrical assembly.
  • Basic computer skills.
  • Interpret drawings and work instructions; with assembling knowledge.
  • Knowledge of manual handling.
  • Teamwork.
  • Communication Skills.
  • Customer Orientation.
  • Adaptability & Flexibility.
  • Self-starter.
  • Willing to learn additional skills.
What Is On Offer:

  • $80 - $100k Plus Super Permanaent Package. 
  • Immediate Starts
  • Fixed Workshop Location
In return the successful applicant will have the opportunity to work in a great team environment at our state-of-the-art Granville premises located within walking distance of Clyde railway station.

 

If this role attracts your interest, we look forward to hearing from you.
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