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Electrical Test Technician








Company Description

Our client is a successful Manufacturing Company in the Washington area. Due to continued growth the company are now looking to recruit and experienced Electrical Test Technician. This role offers an attractive salary and a 2-shift role.

Job Specification


  • Meet the production requirements of works orders and sales orders in line with the Company’s work instructions and quality standards and procedures.
  • You will be responsible for carrying out electrical testing tasks in accordance with product certification procedures, defined workmanship standards.
  • Ensuring all working practices on section are carried out in a safe manner with regards to electrical assembly and testing, and wear correct personal protective equipment (PPE) as required.
  • Manufacture products accurately to specification, ensuring targets are achieved as set by the Company.
  • Carry out tests on electrical equipment and products in accordance with test instructions, using specified test equipment.
  • Carry out setting-up procedures for testing, to include programming of testers and management of test equipment and gauges in line with company quality management system.

The Person

  • Must be an electrically bias with test experience.
  • 17th Edition preferable.
  • Happy to 2 shift system.
  • Previous Test Engineering sector experience preferred.

The Benefits

  • You will be working for a well-established growing employer.
  • An excellent salary.
  • A company experiencing continued growth, expansion and investment.
  • The company are fully compliant with the latest health and safety requirements for current safe working practices.

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