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Electrical Lab Supervisor

  • Role Type
  • Permanent

  • Location
  • Leamington Spa

  • Closing Date
  • 31/05/2022

Job Description

Working on a range of projects including test and development of Electronics and Electrical products and Hybrid/Electric vehicle development.

Your everyday tasks will include:

  • Ensure smooth running of lab and manage allocation of resources
  • Hands on design and build of electronics and electrical test set-up
  • Supporting projects with electrical, electronic and mechanical assembly
  • Support of electronics and electrical design with creating electronics and electrical schematics and harness drawings working with the electronics design team
  • Ensure lab equipment is suitably asset controlled and maintained in good working order or otherwise suitably marked
  • Ensure correct management of calibration and equipment records
  • Ensure equipment calibration procedures are followed
  • Maintain their own certification for lab management to the relevant H&S regulations
  • Ensure lab environment complies with Health and safety standards at all times including arrangement for regular inspections of equipment’s electrical safety
  • Ensure all personnel working in the lab are suitably trained / certified for the work they are doing

Job Requirements

You will be qualified to at least HNC level in an Electronics related field with solid industrial experience. You will have:

  • Proven experience in managing an electrical/electronics lab
  • Experience of electrical applications to 800V and above.
  • Proficient in construction of prototype wiring harnesses
  • Proficient in electronic circuit board assembly and rework procedures
  • Literate in IT systems (Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint)
  • Ability to work as part of a multi-disciplined team
  • Robust character with strong self-drive and motivation
  • Organised and rigorous with personal target of high quality delivery
  • Ability to work under pressure and manage own workload to ensure program milestones are met on-time
  • Prepared to travel within the UK as well as internationally on short assignments
  • Proficient in English (written and spoken) for project and technical communication

Desirable qualifications include:

  • Good knowledge of automotive legislation and automotive manufacturing guidelines
  • Knowledge of vehicle based control and electrical systems
  • knowledge of vehicle based networking and communications protocols (including CANbus and flexray)

We Offer

  • Work with latest technologies
  • Company culture supporting teamwork and creativity
  • Motivating employee benefit package