Role Summary/Purpose Working on our Day shift, you will carry out mechanical assembly and where required basic wiring and soldering tasks to pre-defined standards and instructions, either in small batch quantities or for single tools. Essential Responsibilities Reading and working to engineering drawings, assembly drawings, assembly instructions and wiring schedules. Interpret drawings, bills of materials & follow shop documentation. Use bench tools applicable to mechanical assembly and soldering. Simple testing of assemblies including electrical safety checks e.g. MegOhm meter. Operate tool room machines when necessary. Flexible approach to working hours to achieve production targets. Able and willing to learn new skills. Work to quality standards (i.e. ISO/QS9000). Assist in the introduction into production of new products. Ability to train others To be proactive in ensuring that health and safety is first priority. Including both company employees and those of the suppliers & customers.Qualifications/Requirements Engineering apprenticeship or similar training/experience in a manufacturing/production environment.PC literate.Flexible approach to working hours to achieve production targetsDesired Characteristics Engineering apprenticeship or similar training.Experience in a manufacturing environment in a mechanical or electrical assembly role.To be able to work proactively with minimal supervision.Effective communicator at all levels.Ability to work as a team player.Attention to detail when recording time and results (i.e. SAP ERP system, time, quantities, etc.).Comply with company rules and procedures.Able to work on own initiative, to meet agreed objectives in a timely manner.