Commercial Navigation Systems
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We’re looking to recruit a Workshop Assembly & Test Technician to be based at our head office in New Malden. Northrop Grumman Sperry Marine has over 100 years of history and expertise in navigation and are a major global provider of navigation solutions, including radars, compass systems, steering systems, speed logs, integrated bridge and control systems as well as providing 24/7 support to all of our customers.
• Start to Finish Shop-Orders (Unpack/Assemble/Test/Inspect/Pack)
• Configure and Test Network systems with Sensor Simulators
• Operate the loading/unloading of the environmental chamber between -15c to +55c.
• Read Engineering Drawing, Assembly Drawing and Circuit Diagrams.
• Assemble one-off or low volume (small and large) units.
• PCB Assembly, Wiring, Mechanical Assembly.
• Inform QA/Engineering of Electrical and Mechanical faults.
• Operate a Computer to Print Unit labels, Log and Maintain Excel/SharePoint Database, Programme the USB System Key & Generate a 28 Digit Security Code, Recording dongle Information and System Strings.
• Perform FAT (Factory Acceptance Tests) with Customers Inspection.
• Repair and Refurbish customer property, i.e. Radar Turning units, IMU Inertial Measurement Unit, etc. Use basic surveying instrument i.e. Theodolite, Autocollimator, Power Meter, and Oscilloscope etc.
• KPI (Key Performance Indicator)
• Maintaining data records of all systems and providing information to Management as required.
• To maintain accurate records as required within ISO and document any rejects, defects and queries to QA and Management.
Required skills and experience:
• Experience in radar systems
• Component soldering (for PCB repair)
• Surface mount PCB modification
• Wiring and prototype wiring
• Mechanical and General assembly, prototype assembly
• Computer skills.
- PC fault finding
- network windows
- loading software
- loading operating-systems
• Unit fault finding
• Fault finding to the component level
• Testing units to their test specifications
• Test sub-assembly to their test specifications
• Read electronic circuit-diagram
• Read Mechanical technical-diagrams
Interested in applying?