We are recruiting for Senior Maintenance Technician for a client based in Culham. A mechanically adept Manufacturing and Assembly Technician who will complete all mechanical elements of space battery builds to specific instruction and process.
Some of the Responsibilities include:
Accountable for all manufacturing mechanical tasks including, but not limited to, spot-welding, pull testing, mechanical assembly, application of Kapton tape, glues, arathane, and other materials
Accountable for the accurate and consistent wiring and soldering of live flight hardware in accordance with ECSS held certification and manufacturing wiring QMS
Support the design, write and review project assembly documentation and drawings within the allocated timeline,
Accountable for manufacture and inspection of harnesses for flight hardware and test equipment
Accountable for the maintenance and management of cell block discharge harnesses and project harnesses when required including annual verification
Responsible for deputizing for the Manufacturing Team Leader when required
Responsible for active communication of task process and activities
ECSS-Q-ST-70-08 Manual soldering of high-reliability electrical connections and inspection,
ECSS-Q-ST-70-26 Crimping of high-reliability electrical connections along with experience in an engineering subject and have a hands-on approach to engineering and mechanical assembly.
Two to five years of relevant assembly experience. Ideally in Aerospace manufacturing or engineering environment.
Minimum of 3 years of ESA standard qualification and work experience in soldering and crimping of high-reliability electrical connections.