Jobs at FT Technologies

We're growing fast, so we're always on the lookout for good people to join the FT Technologies team. If you find a vacancy perfect for you, please submit your CV and covering letter direct to recruitment@fttechnologies.com

If there isn't a current vacancy, you can still submit your CV and covering letter on a speculative basis. We look forward to hearing from you.

We currently have the following vacancies:

Electronic Engineer

Role Summary

Electronic circuit design and development - to contribute at every stage of design, development and testing of new and enhanced products.

  • Responsible to the Engineering Programme Manager
  • Key contacts include the Chief Engineer, members of the Engineering team, Production, Sales and Marketing
  • Located in Sunbury-on-Thames
  • 40 hours per week

Main tasks and responsibilities:

  • Design, development and test of electronic circuits and of hardware-oriented software (VHDL) in the analogue and digital sensors of the anemometers
  • Support product design, integration, validation and handover to production with other Engineering team members
  • Support management and other departments in contacts with customers
  • Manage Q.A. including documentation, reviews, validation, change and configuration management.
  • Use experience, knowledge and understanding of integrated circuit interfacing and digital and analogue communication systems processor interfacing

Person Specification

Essential:

  • BSc/MSc in a field related to the role as specified
  • In-depth knowledge of modern Electronic Circuit Design, both analogue and digital
  • Experience of electronic circuit design in a sensor and/or instrumentation environment
  • Robust knowledge of analogue, digital, mixed-signal, power management and interface circuit design
  • Experience of working on Op-amp, data converters, filters, linear regulators, switching regulators, discrete semiconductors, sensors and passives components, EPLD, FPGA and microcontrollers and PCB design
  • Experience of processor interfacing e.g. I²C, SPI and asynchronous protocols
  • Understanding of research and development methodologies for high technology manufactured products
  • Knowledge of all aspects of Q.A. including documentation, reviews, validation, change and configuration management
  • Experience of integrated circuit interfacing and digital and analogue communication systems at a design level

Desirable:​

  • Experience with circuit simulation tools and FPGA-HDL design / development tools
  • R/F circuit design
  • Analogue and digital filter design methodologies
  • Experience in digital signal processing (DSP), hardware description language (HDL) and field programmable gate arrays (FPGA)

Benefits and Rewards

  • Non-contributory pension plan, 9% company contribution
  • Life assurance scheme
  • Private health care plan
  • 24 days holiday per annum, increasing to 25 days after one year's service, plus all bank and public holidays
  • Recruitment referral bonus scheme
  • Season ticket loan scheme
  • Subsidised gym membership
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Childcare vouchers
  • Free breakfast, fresh fruit and snacks throughout the day

For more information contact Amy on 020 8943 0801 or email us.

Mechanical Design Engineer (Climatic Wind Tunnel)

Role Summary

As part of the Engineering design team, to deliver the design of a climatic wind tunnel and to oversee the contraction.

  • Responsible to the Engineering Programme Manager
  • Key contacts include the Chief Engineer, Automation Manager, Engineering team members, Production, Suppliers
  • Located in Sunbury-on-Thames
  • 40 hours per week

Main tasks and responsibilities:

Mechanical Design

  • Contribute to the conceptual stage of design, research and development
  • Develop designs with colleagues from other engineering disciplines
  • Perform thermal modelling, stress & fatigue modelling and FEA
  • Consider corrosion, weathering and material degradation and deploy defensive measures
  • Develop and carry out qualification tests and evaluate theoretical designs
  • Recommend modifications in the light of simulation and test results
  • Consider manufacturability, cost and commercial issues
  • Select materials including engineering plastics, ceramic, metals and composites
  • Ensure designs meet stringent quality, safety and environmental standards
  • Ensure optimal design of seals and sealed vacuum enclosures and fasteners
  • Liaise with manufacturing and supply chain departments, sub-contractors, suppliers and customers to resolve problems

CAD & Engineering Drawings

  • Develop CAD files based on notes, sketches, engineering schematics, technical guides, vendor information
  • Build and maintain 3D mechanical CAD models and produce drawings to BS8888
  • Follow the quality control of drawings through documentation, review, approval and release of drawings in line with the engineering development cycle and change control

Person Specification

Essential:

  • Honours degree or equivalent in Mechanical Engineering or a related engineering discipline
  • Solid and practical experience of mechanical design engineering in a manufacturing environment
  • Evidence of an innovative approach and ability to engender ideas
  • Proven ability to contribute substantively on every stage of a project, from the initial brief through to testing of design
  • Ability to create reasonable quality freehand drawings to convey ideas
  • Knowledge of 2D drawing conventions
  • In-depth knowledge of 3D mechanical CAD technology
  • Knowledge of Solid Works
  • Ability to develop good understanding of end user requirements
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Competency with Microsoft Office tools including Excel and Word
  • Project management skills
  • Critical thinking and analysis skills
  • Inventive mind set for all mechanical creations and solutions
  • Flexibility to work as part of a multidisciplinary team, or to work independently, as required
  • Comfortable with working under time constraints to meet agreed deadlines
  • High standards of personal and professional integrity

Desirable:

  • BSc, 2i or higher/MSc in Mechanical Engineering (or equivalent)
  • Knowledge of wind tunnel aerodynamics and flow conditions
  • Knowledge of pressure vessel design
  • Knowledge of structural steel-work design
  • Experience of a multi-disciplinary manufacturing environment
  • Project management skills
  • Experience of PTC WindChill, or similar product life cycle and configuration management software
  • Evidence of creative flair in a mechanical environment
  • Able to work outside normal office hours if the operation requires it (infrequent)

Benefits and Rewards

  • Non-contributory pension plan, 9% company contribution
  • Life assurance scheme
  • Private health care plan
  • 24 days holiday per annum, increasing to 25 days after one year's service, plus all bank and public holidays
  • Recruitment referral bonus scheme
  • Season ticket loan scheme
  • Subsidised gym membership
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Childcare vouchers
  • Free breakfast, fresh fruit and snacks throughout the day

For more information contact Amy on 020 8943 0801 or email us.

Acoustics Engineer

Role Summary

To conduct theoretical and experimental research on the fundamental acoustic behaviour and properties of the wind sensor products and their constituent parts. To develop computer and experimental models in order to better understand and enhance the operation of the wind sensor products and their constituent parts.

  • Responsible to the Engineering Programme Manager
  • Key contacts include the Chief Engineer and members of the Engineering team
  • Located in Sunbury-on-Thames
  • 40 hours per week

Main tasks and responsibilities:

  • PAFEC modelling, design and optimisation of electro-acoustic transducers and acoustic resonators
  • PAFEC modelling of acoustic transfer function in still air
  • Optimise the operation of transducers used in the wind sensor, in order to deliver extended operating performance and reduced number of electronic components
  • Validate concepts and computer models using the results of experiments
  • Establish and improve measurement systems for transducers
  • Help broaden the company’s intellectual property portfolio (patents)

Other Duties:

  • Attend relevant training identified to ensure duties are performed efficiently
  • Comply with company’s equal opportunities and health and safety policies
  • Other duties may be requested on occasion in line with the remit of the role

Person Specification

Essential:

  • MSc in Acoustics , Physics or relevant engineering degree
  • At least 5 years practical post graduate experience in similar industry
  • Experience in PAFEC suite for engineering analysis
  • Experience in working from theoretical principles to develop computer models
  • Creative approach to analysis, problem solving and solutions
  • Self-motivated, comfortable in working independently and able to prioritise
  • Collaborative approach and flexibility to work as part of a multidisciplinary team
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Can work under time constraints to meet agreed deadlines
  • High standards of personal and professional integrity

Desirable:

  • PhD in related subject
  • Experience of working with piezo-electric transducers
  • Experience with Clio measurement systems
  • Good knowledge of Linux

Benefits and Rewards

  • Non-contributory pension plan, 9% company contribution
  • Life assurance scheme
  • Private health care plan
  • 24 days holiday per annum, increasing to 25 days after one year's service, plus all bank and public holidays
  • Recruitment referral bonus scheme
  • Season ticket loan scheme
  • Subsidised gym membership
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Childcare vouchers
  • Free breakfast, fresh fruit and snacks throughout the day

For more information contact Amy on 020 8943 0801 or email us.

Applications Engineer (Electronics)

Role Summary

Based within the Sales Department, the role of this Applications Engineer is to provide first line support to new and existing customers answering any technical queries they may have about the product. In order to help grow our business you will need to solve their issues and create support documentation to help them get the most out of the product. You will also be required to manage the provision of calibration services and assist with data analysis and management, to work with sales and engineering colleagues to create new product requirements and to define technical procedures and policies with regard to customer and market support.

Currently, the role covers the provision of support to all wind turbine customers in Asia and South America, the development of products and services to other wind sensor markets, the provision of training and support to the FT sales team on technical issues and the provision of technical training and support to distributors.

  • Responsible to the Director of Sales and Marketing
  • Key contacts include new and existing customers, distributors, agents, sales department team members, external service providers, and the Engineering and Production teams.
  • Located in Sunbury-on-Thames
  • 40 hours per week

Main tasks and responsibilities:

Customer Support

  • Provide first line support to distributors and customers via email, telephone, site visits and by attending exhibitions. This may involve a total travel commitment of up to 4-6 weeks/year.
  • Create and deliver internal and external training and support to colleagues
  • Actively support commercial discussions with appropriate technical input
  • Lead the technical and commercial development of agreed accounts

Ownership of product support documentation

  • Responsible for the creation of technical literature (datasheets, manuals and web pages) for our products and services

New Markets

  • Lead the technical component of the development of new markets and new uses for FT products
  • Lead the development of new external standards for the use of FT products

Projects

  • Oversee the process of external sensor calibration; collate and manage the data and where necessary provide analysis and insight to colleagues and customers
  • Lead or participate in internal or external technical development projects as shall be agreed with management from time to time

New Product Development (NPD)

  • Lead the technical component of the creation of requirements specifications for NPD activities in Engineering
  • Lead the creation of new products, hardware, software and accessories

Person Specification

Essential:

  • BSc/BEng in an Engineering discipline, 2:1 minimum
  • Experience of applications support for a high technology manufactured product in an international customer facing environment
  • Strong customer relationship skills
  • In-depth knowledge of electronic hardware and software
  • Knowledge of sensor interfacing and digital and analogue communication systems at a design level.
  • Ability to communicate clearly and succinctly with a range of people, and in different media – written or spoken
  • Committed to providing a quality customer service
  • Good team player with high standards of personal and professional integrity
  • Results driven and timescale aware
  • Willing to travel with some disruption to personal life

Desirable:

  • First degree in Electronic engineering
  • MSc in electronic engineering
  • Experience of the wind industry.
  • Software skills in C# or Visual Basic or advanced Excel data modelling and visualisation.
  • Business knowledge of a major European or Asian language

Benefits and Rewards

  • Non-contributory pension plan, 9% company contribution
  • Life assurance scheme
  • Private health care plan
  • 24 days holiday per annum, increasing to 25 days after one year's service, plus all bank and public holidays
  • Recruitment referral bonus scheme
  • Season ticket loan scheme
  • Subsidised gym membership
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Childcare vouchers
  • Free breakfast, fresh fruit and snacks throughout the day

For more information contact Amy on 020 8943 0801 or email us.

Materials Specialist

Role Summary

To investigate and diagnose problems with the materials currently used in serial production and recommend solutions to deliver product improvements. To evaluate and select alternative materials and solutions that offer improved production yield, lower production cost, enhanced reliability and extended maintenance-free service life.

  • Responsible to the Engineering Programme Manager
  • Key contacts include the Chief Engineer, other members of the Engineering team, Production, Quality, Health & Safety, and external suppliers.
  • Located in Sunbury-on-Thames
  • 40 hours per week

Main tasks and responsibilities

  • Evaluate and recommend materials solutions to meet design, manufacturing process, procurement specifications and end-user priorities
  • Conduct FMEA analyses of materials and analyse production failures to provide recommendations for improving the quality, reliability and lifetime of products
  • Identify areas where improvements can be made by the evaluation and selection of alternative materials.
  • Plan and carry out environmental tests to characterise the properties of materials and their suitability for the range of environmental and operating conditions of products
  • Conduct research in corrosion, weathering and material degradation and recommend defensive measures for long maintenance-free service life
  • Carry out failure and degradation analysis of field returns to identify design weakness and improvements.
  • Identify and support the introduction of metrology systems to improve the quality control and consistency of materials at the production & test stages
  • Ensure that materials meet stringent quality, safety and environmental standards
  • Liaise with manufacturing and supply chain departments, sub-contractors, suppliers and customers to resolve problems

Person Specification

Essential:

  • BSc in Materials Science or related engineering degree
  • Robust, practical post graduate experience in similar industry
  • Robust knowledge of potential appropriate sources for materials relevant to FT products.
  • Demonstrated ability in problem analysis, solutions research for alternative materials and successful solutions creation in related environment
  • Evidence of good contacts and networking in the science industry to optimise materials knowledge base
  • Investigative approach
  • Self-motivated, comfortable in working independently and able to prioritise
  • Collaborative approach and proven flexibility to work as part of a cross functional team
  • Proven excellent communication and networking skills
  • Comfortable working to time constraints to meet agreed deadlines
  • High standards of personal and professional integrity

Desirable:

  • MSc in related subject
  • Expert knowledge in metallurgy, anodising, plastics, polymers and/or super hydrophobic surface technology
  • Experience of working with and sourcing environmentally robust products
  • Experience in FMEA

Benefits and Rewards

  • Non-contributory pension plan, 9% company contribution
  • Life assurance scheme
  • Private health care plan
  • 24 days holiday per annum, increasing to 25 days after one year's service, plus all bank and public holidays
  • Recruitment referral bonus scheme
  • Season ticket loan scheme
  • Subsidised gym membership
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Childcare vouchers
  • Free breakfast, fresh fruit and snacks throughout the day

For more information contact Amy on 020 8943 0801 or email us.

Application Developer (IT)

Role Summary

Developing and integrating bespoke business systems. Working closely with the Embedded Software team to develop and maintain programs for Operations and Sales.

  • Responsible to IT Manager
  • Key contacts include members of the Embedded Software Engineering team, Engineering Programme Manager, Chief Engineer, Sales Applications Engineers, IT Assistant
  • Located in Sunbury-on-Thames
  • Full-time 40 hours per week

Main tasks and responsibilities:

  • Implement and verify the testing and delivery of projects, providing technical documents for all phases of the project.
  • Design, build and maintain efficient, reusable and reliable C# code following Change Management processes and Source Control
  • Ensure the best possible performance, quality and responsiveness of applications developed
  • Identify bottlenecks and bugs in current software and devise solutions to these problems

Person Specification

Essential:

  • Evidence of in-depth and practical industry experience in software design and software Q.A. control
  • Experience in design and testing of high reliability code
  • Experience of PC application development with C# or other high level .NET Visual Studio programming language
  • Experience with software development and support for a high technology manufactured products
  • Experience with use of Change Management processes and Software Source Control tools.
  • Knowledge of the ASP.NET MVC framework and Microsoft SQL Server Databases.

Desirable:

  • Familiarity with web technologies e.g. AJAX, JSON, JQuery and nHibernate
  • Project management skills
  • Proven knowledge of embedded C

Benefits and Rewards

  • Non-contributory pension plan, 9% company contribution
  • Life assurance scheme
  • Private health care plan
  • 24 days holiday per annum, increasing to 25 days after one year's service, plus all bank and public holidays
  • Recruitment referral bonus scheme
  • Season ticket loan scheme
  • Subsidised gym membership
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Childcare vouchers
  • Free breakfast, fresh fruit and snacks throughout the day

For more information contact Amy on 020 8943 0801 or email us.

Sales & Service Administrator

Role Summary

We are looking for a bright and enthusiastic person to join our busy sales team. Your will be responsible for the accurate and efficient processing and despatch of sales orders and service orders (returns). The role includes telephone and email liaison with customers as well as data entry. You will also work closely with colleagues elsewhere in the business to ensure that returned goods are processed as quickly as possible.

The ideal candidate will have previous office experience and the ability to prioritise their own workload. You will be a confident communicator, both on the telephone and in person, and will have the ability to deal equally well with customers, suppliers and colleagues.

In addition, you will have a solid working knowledge of MS Office Applications, especially Excel and Outlook. Previous experience of using an MRP or ERP system would be a distinct advantage, but is not essential and training will be provided if necessary. Attention to detail and accuracy are absolutely vital for this role and will be assessed at interview.

  • Responsible to the Sales Process Manager within the Sales and Marketing Department
  • Key external contacts include customers and suppliers
  • Key internal contacts include S&R Centre, Sales, Production, Engineering and Despatch
  • Located in Sunbury-on-Thames
  • 40 hours per week

Main tasks and responsibilities:

  • Liaise directly with customers by phone/email on the progress of new orders and returns 
  • Enter new sales orders into the MRP system and ensure that FT only accepts customer orders that are contractually and technically compliant
  • Ensure that FT delivers orders to time as promised and with the correct paperwork
  • Administer the RMA (returns) process efficiently so that valid returns are processed as quickly as possible:
    • Raise appropriate documentation (Returns Material Authorisation - RMA)
    • Ensure relevant documentation is accurately completed for Customs and Excise for all returns from overseas
    • Record data about returned sensors accurately in the Service and Repair system and supporting spreadsheet
  • Work with Production to ensure that returns are prioritised in the correct way and that fault analysis is completed as required
  • Ensure that warranty status of returns is correctly analysed, when generating repair quotations, and that service charges are levied where appropriate
  • Prepare despatch paperwork for completed service orders and liaise with Despatch / Accounting regarding shipping and invoicing
  • Act as second reviewer for sales order entries and provide support to the sales department as required

Other Duties:

  • Cover for absent staff in the team within the remit of the job accountabilities
  • Undertake ad hoc projects and administrative tasks that are relevant to the operation of the sales department
  • Attend relevant training identified to ensure duties are performed efficiently

Person Specification

Essential:

  • 5+ A to C level GCSEs or equivalent
  • GSCE level (or equivalent) in English and Maths with a minimum B grade
  • Trained on MS Office applications
  • Solid office administration experience
  • Excellent and accurate attention to detail data input and checking
  • Proven telephone and customer service skills
  • Evidence of good Excel and Outlook knowledge and experience
  • Ability to communicate well with internal departments
  • Good numerical skills
  • Accurate keyboard skills
  • Able to organise own workload
  • Proven customer service experience (either internal or external)
  • Methodical, accurate and precise approach to work
  • Good timekeeper and able to meet deadlines.
  • ‘Can do’ and flexible approach to variety of duties
  • Willing to learn and interested in the product and the business
  • Ability to work in a team

Desirable:

  • Excel trained to intermediate level
  • Experience of working in a sales or purchasing administration environment

Benefits and Rewards

  • Non-contributory pension plan, 9% company contribution
  • Life assurance scheme
  • Private health care plan
  • 24 days holiday per annum, increasing to 25 days after one year's service, plus all bank and public holidays
  • Recruitment referral bonus scheme
  • Season ticket loan scheme
  • Subsidised gym membership
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Childcare vouchers
  • Free breakfast, fresh fruit and snacks throughout the day

For more information contact Amy Miller-Biddle on 020 8614 2737 or email us.

IT Support Technician

Role Summary

To assist with support to all aspects of the company's IT infrastructure including networking, programming and help desk provision.

  • Responsible to IT Manager
  • Key contacts include all company staff and external IT suppliers
  • Located in Sunbury-on-Thames
  • Full-time 40 hours per week: 8am-4.30pm.
  • Some overtime may be required on occasion.

Main tasks and responsibilities:

  • Infrastructure support
    • Veaam backup: maintain all back-ups – Cloud/Tape and administration
    • Kaspersky – Administrate security centre and maintain anti-virus software on endpoints
    • Basic understanding of Dell server stack – (Esxi hosts, PowerEdge blades, SAN)
  • Install and configure various software programs and hardware devices for Microsoft platform
  • Windows updates and desktop maintenance (image backups, hardware)
  • Specify, configure and install new desktops and user profiles
  • Service desk administration
    • Respond to tickets, maintain SLA on response times.
    • Act as pivot and escalate issues to 2nd tier support and 3rd party vendors
  • Maintain service desk and infrastructure documentation and procedures

Person Specification

Essential:

  • A minimum of 5 GCSEs with a minimum C grade in English and Maths, or equivalent
  • Experience of Microsoft Operating Systems and applications including Windows 7 and 10
  • Has worked with computer hardware and software as a hobby or in previous job role
  • Demonstrated problem solving skills
  • Capability to think analytically, e.g. diagnose a fault
  • Interested in learning new skills
  • Flexible to work across a range of different issues
  • Customer service aware

Desirable:

  • Understanding of programming
  • Exposure to VMware and virtualization of server environments
  • Some understanding of Microsoft active directory and windows environments

Benefits and Rewards

  • Non-contributory pension plan, 9% company contribution
  • Life assurance scheme
  • Private health care plan
  • 24 days holiday per annum, increasing to 25 days after one year's service, plus all bank and public holidays
  • Recruitment referral bonus scheme
  • Season ticket loan scheme
  • Subsidised gym membership
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Childcare vouchers
  • Free breakfast, fresh fruit and snacks throughout the day

For more information contact Amy on 020 8943 0801 or email us.

Despatch & Stores Assistant

Role Summary

To assist with the documentation and despatch of finished products and work in progress. To assist the Goods Inwards Department and Material Store through inspection of work, delivered parts and completed units.

  • Responsible to the Production Manager
  • Key contacts include members of the Sales and Production teams
  • Located in Sunbury-on-Thames
  • Full-time 40 hours per week

Main tasks and responsibilities:

  • Organise the transport of customer orders, work in progress, returns and materials to sub-contractors.
  • Organise couriers and arrange collections, ensuring appropriate shipment details and documentation are prepared in time.
  • As and when required, organise transport of customer orders for nonstandard shipments.
  • Receive notification from Sales that export documents are prepared; check for errors and amend as necessary.
  • Obtain requisite authorisations and documentation for despatch.
  • Ensure all documentation for despatch of customer orders is correct.

Other duties:

  • Mechanical piece part inspection
  • Goods inwards inspection
  • Inspection of bare and assembled printed circuit boards
  • Final inspection of finished units
  • Assisting with kitting
  • Stock keeping/taking
  • Covering for absent staff where appropriate
  • Attend relevant training to ensure duties are performed efficiently and safely

Person Specification

Essential:

  • 5 GCSEs – including minimum Grade C (or equivalent) in Maths and English
  • Attention to detail
  • Ability to self-check work and use initiative
  • Some knowledge of computers and Microsoft applications
  • Ability to work to deadlines
  • Self-motivation and responsible approach to standards of work
  • Ability to assess and prioritise tasks without close supervision
  • Good team worker

Desirable:

  • Basic engineering or manufacturing qualification
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Excel and Word
  • Experience of mechanical/electromechanical assembly
  • Experience of working in a technical/manufacturing environment
  • Some despatch/goods inwards experience

Benefits and Rewards

  • Non-contributory pension plan, 9% company contribution
  • Life assurance scheme
  • Private health care plan
  • 24 days holiday per annum, increasing to 25 days after one year's service, plus all bank and public holidays
  • Recruitment referral bonus scheme
  • Season ticket loan scheme
  • Subsidised gym membership
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Childcare vouchers
  • Free breakfast, fresh fruit and snacks throughout the day

For more information contact Amy on 020 8943 0801 or email us.

Workshop Technician

Role Summary

Part of the Production Team to assist with assembly and test of products.

  • Responsible to the Production Manager
  • Located in Sunbury-on-Thames
  • Full-time 40 hours per week

Main tasks and responsibilities:

  • Assembly of electronic units
  • Assembly of electronic sub-assemblies
  • Assembly of mechanical sub-assemblies and parts
  • Soldering wires
  • Soldering of through hole and surface mount components
  • Re-work of the above
  • Preparation of assembled units for painting
  • Preparation of assembled units for test
  • Basic test verification of sub-assemblies and finished units
  • Spray painting (using purpose-built spray equipment)

Other duties:

  • Mechanical piece part inspection.
  • Goods inwards inspection.
  • Inspection of bare and assembled printed circuit boards.
  • Final Inspection of finished units.
  • Assisting with kitting.
  • Stock keeping/taking
  • Covering for absent staff where appropriate

Person Specification

Essential:

  • 5 GCSEs – including minimum Grade C (or equivalent) in Maths and English
  • Attention to detail
  • Ability to self-check work and use initiative
  • Some knowledge of computers and Microsoft applications
  • Ability to work to deadlines
  • Self-motivation and responsible approach to standards of work
  • Ability to assess and prioritise tasks without close supervision
  • Good team worker

Desirable:

  • Basic engineering or manufacturing qualification
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Excel and Word
  • Experience of mechanical/ electromechanical assembly
  • Experience of working in a technical/manufacturing environment

Benefits and Rewards

  • Non-contributory pension plan, 9% company contribution
  • Life assurance scheme
  • Private health care plan
  • 24 days holiday per annum, increasing to 25 days after one year's service, plus all bank and public holidays
  • Recruitment referral bonus scheme
  • Season ticket loan scheme
  • Subsidised gym membership
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Childcare vouchers
  • Free breakfast, fresh fruit and snacks throughout the day

For more information contact Amy on 020 8943 0801 or email us.