Manufacturing Technician/Operator

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  • Location: Stirling
  • Salary: Negotiable
  • Type: Permanent - Full Time
  • Added: May 29, 2019

We were founded in 2016 after winning the Scottish Higgs EDGE 2016 for its development of a Graphene layer manufacturing process. The transformational process (patent pending) is disruptive as it enables the use of Graphene in an unlimited number of applications. Industry standard cycle times to produce Graphene are in the region of 16 hours making it cost-prohibitive for applications. Graphene’s design for manufacture (DfM) process creates 3D graphene in seconds and therefore enables high volume manufacture.
To support the operations team, we are looking for a manufacturing technician / operator to support our team of scientists and engineers dedicated to developing products in the energy markets.
The role will require you to undertake a range of tasks within the manufacturing process. You will be required to ensure that manufacturing standards are met for production and all documentation is up to date. You may be involved in the entire process from ordering raw materials to the prototype being assembled for test or sale later on.

Key Responsibility:
Work within in a hand or semi-automated assembly production setting of supercapacitor prototypes and sales product using a wide variety of technologies and processes including quality control steps.
Follow SOP's (Standard Operating Procedures) at all times.
Work in accordance with Health & Safety legislation, COSHH guidelines, and Quality (QC) requirements.
Update manufacture records, and input data onto systems.
You will demonstrate personal pride in building a quality product on time and to cost target.

The candidate will be able to demonstrate:
Technical Degree (desirable).
An interest in taking things apart / re-building them.
High Level of dexterity; hands-on, mechanical, practical ability
Able to demonstrate mechanical and/or workshop skills.
A good general technical, scientific and/or electro-mechanical mind-set –e.g. understanding of electrical and mechanical documentation.
Understanding of electrical and mechanical safety standards.
Able to prioritise tasks effectively, and work in an efficient manner.
Excellent communication skills, team worker and good working knowledge of Microsoft Office.
Experience with hand assembly production line.

The candidate should:
Be organised, patient and learn-everyday attitude
Enjoys work and likes to get things done.
Start-up mentality and enjoying work in a small team.

To be considered for this role, please apply today.

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