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PCB Assembler

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Reed Engineering
04 January 2012
01 February 2012
John Bennett
Job Function
Contract Type
£13650 - £13942 per annum

Further information

My client based in North Stevenage and was established in 1985 in the field of electronic manufacturing services.

Our clients range from specialized laboratory and medical equipment manufacturers to recognized international industrial companies.

Their building covers some 25,000 sq ft of the latest in production facilities for surface mount, thru-hole, cable assembly, testing, inspection and finishing.


Working in the Production Department, you will be assembling PCB's and you will need to be proficient in the following, as you will be asked to carry out a trade test as part of your interview:


Work from assembly drawings and build packs

You must be fully experienced in hand placement of surface mount components

Also fully experienced in conventional soldering of components to IPC-A-610, class 2 and 3

Pre-form, insert and crop component leads using hand tools such as cutters, pliers etc

Operate various machinery used in the assembly process, eg flow solder machine, cleaning tank, drill etc

Understand component identification codes such as resistors, capacitors and IC's

Understand the general requirements for PCB assembly and static control

Marking / labeling

Complete production documentation



Hourly Rate Between £7.00 - £7.15 an hour on PAYE basis, dependant upon experience = £13,650 - £13,942.50 per annum

StatusTemp to perm, with permanent status being offered after a minimum 13 worked weeks = 65 working days

Hours 37.5 hours a week

Times 7.30am till 4.00pm Mon - Thurs and till Midday on a Friday

Annual Leave 20 days per annum

Pension Non-contributory
Reed Specialist Recruitment Limited is an employment agency and employment business.

Reed Engineering

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