Technical Assistant / Assembler

The Role

The national role offers exposure to a diverse range of challenging projects and the opportunity for career development in a company that is rapidly growing.  The company is about to release a new product range that will see more interstate resources to manage and new challenges in commissioning and support.  International expansion is also underway.

Our solutions involve leading technology both in software and hardware.  As the leading brand for LPR in Australia, customer service and quality are paramount.

Responsibilities

This role will include a variety of tasks including the following:

Electronics: Soldering, cable termination, fault finding, testing, auditing

Hardware: disassembly and assembly of specialised bollards, payment machines, cameras and electronic modules,

General works: Replenishing stock, receipting goods inwards, booking freight and other general housekeeping tasks

The ideal applicant will be a person who is capable of the above tasks with a passion for continuous improvement who works well as an individual or small team and is fit and healthy.

Required Skills

The ideal applicant will also have:

    • A certificate qualification in engineering or trade background
    • A valid driver’s licence
    • Hands on exposure to electronic assembly (ideally)
    • A high level of autonomy and self-drive,
    • Excellent communication skills.
    • Mechanical assembly experience desirable
    • Attention to detail
    • Understanding of safe work practice

The applicant will also have exceptionally high personal standards of accountability and quality with their written and verbal communication being excellent.

Sensor Dynamics offers a fun working culture with many opportunities for personal professional development.  Let us know why you think you are the right person to work in our highly successful and rapidly growing organisation.

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