Assembler - Electro-mechanical

  • Job ref:


  • Location:

    Cambourne, Cambridgeshire

  • Sector:


  • Job type:


  • Salary:

    £14.65 - £19.26 per hour

  • Contact:

    Jennifer Shaw-Clark

  • Email:

  • Published:

    15 days ago

  • Duration:

    12 Months

  • Start date:


  • Consultant:

    Jennifer Shaw-Clark

Assembler - Electro-mechanical
One year contract (ongoing - likely extensded) , £14.65 p/h (PAYE) - £19.26 per hour (Umbrella)

Due to further expasion, a leading manufacturer of high tech microscopes is now seeking an Assembler to join their busy department in the assembly of their Scanning Electron Microscopes.

This is an initial 6 month rolling contract paying £14.65 per hour (PAYE)/£19.26 per hour (Umbrella), based in the Cambridgeshire area.

Full training will be provided, any kind of technical engineering background will be considered.

The Company

A global distributor of electro-mechanical Scanning Electron Microscopes used within the highly regulated life sciences, manufacturing, research, teaching and clinical fields.

A well-established, stable organisation offering the security of a long-term contract and an opportunity to gain experience and upskill within a niche field working on a unique product.

Responsibilities - Assembler - Cambridge:

Undertake assembly, sub-assembly and functional test of plinth assembly to build/test procedure within flow line.
Electrical wiring and mechanical assembly.
Fit column and stages to plinth assembly within the flow line.
Configure the systems to customer order.
Responsible for the maintenance of test equipment under his/her care.
Comply with company health and safety procedures.
Ensure that Takt Times are achieve.
Ensure cleanliness of area is maintained at all times.

Experience/skills required - Assembly Technician - Cambridge:

Excellent communication both written and verbal
Positive attitude
Ideally worked in a similar environment/role
Mechanical or electrical assembly/build experience

Click APPLY NOW to begin your application.