Coil Manufacture technician
We are looking for Manufacturing Technicians to join our team.
This role will suit someone who has previous experience, skills and knowledge in a manufacturing environment.
What are my responsibilities?
You will be responsible for ensuring the superconducting magnets are manufactured to a high standard. This will includes both manual and semi-automatic tooling operation
To carry out inspection and acceptance testing of components and sub-assemblies
Proactively work with the Process Engineering Team and other Stream members to resolve issues.
Actively contribute to health & safety improvements and culture and work in a safe manner
Adhere to the Company Flex it policy to ensure delivery on time to your customer
Maintain a high standard of 5’s workplace organisation. You will contribute to Quality and productivity improvements through lean activities and through continuous improvement / elimination of waste, using ‘Lean Manufacturing techniques and tools
What do I need to qualify for the role?
Experience with mechanical and pneumatic tools
Experience in electrical test equipment
Ability to work in a safe manner, to work to standard procedures and follow build instructions
Good attention to detail & computer literacy
Strong team player & good collaboration abilities
Behave professionally and adopt the Siemens Healthineers guiding principles
Flexibility and able to develop skills through the complete manufacturing process, and the production / product cells
What are the benefits in this role?
Competitive base salary + annual bonus
Variety of shift patterns
26 days holidays
Great pension contribution
Private medical insurance
On-site gym and subsidised gourmet restaurant
We are Siemens Magnet Technology, the world’s leading designer and manufacturer of superconducting magnets for MRI scanners. Over 30% of the MRI scanners installed in hospitals worldwide have at their heart a Siemens Magnet Technology.
Job ID: 87783
Organisation: Siemens Healthineers
Experience Level: not defined
Job Type: Full-time