Your Potential EmployerAmpac is the largest, independent manufacturer of Fire Detection and Emergency Warning Products based in Australia. We are dedicated to meeting the needs of our customers in the Fire Detection and Emergency Warning Industry in Australia and in selected overseas markets.As a consequence of business growth, we require a Machine Operator for our operations in Perth, Western Australia, reporting to the PCB Assembly Supervisor. Accountabilities will include the following:Set up and run production batches on a Printed Circuit Board pick and place (SMT) machine to ensure daily production targets are metEnsure that manufactured printed circuit boards output adheres to required Quality StandardsAssist in scheduling the machine workloadsMaintain Inventory Accuracy of componentsWork with Production Engineering / Supply Chain on New Product IntroductionFault-finding of machine breakdowns and production problemsCarry out daily, weekly and monthly maintenance of the machineApplications are invited from suitably qualified candidates meeting the following criteria. (Candidates with the required aptitude and enthusiasm should apply as comprehensive training will be given to the successful candidate)Essential:Aptitude and experience in running a machine in a production environmentAbility to follow and carry out quality control inspectionEffective interpersonal & communication skillsAble to work autonomously and set prioritiesDesirable:Soldering Skills, Electronic Component Assembly / InspectionKnowledge of production scheduling and proceduresExperience in Continuous improvement techniques To apply please click ‘APPLY’ and attached a copy of your cover letter and resume. Please note that only people with the right to work in Australia should apply for this position. 50000 AUD Australia - WA Perth Northern Suburbs & Joondalup Balcatta 6021

Machine Operator (SMT)

  • Modern facilities
  • Attractive package
  • Day shift only

Your Potential Employer

Ampac is the largest, independent manufacturer of Fire Detection and Emergency Warning Products based in Australia. We are dedicated to meeting the needs of our customers in the Fire Detection and Emergency Warning Industry in Australia and in selected overseas markets.

As a consequence of business growth, we require a Machine Operator for our operations in Perth, Western Australia, reporting to the PCB Assembly Supervisor.

 

Accountabilities will include the following:

  • Set up and run production batches on a Printed Circuit Board pick and place (SMT) machine to ensure daily production targets are met
  • Ensure that manufactured printed circuit boards output adheres to required Quality Standards
  • Assist in scheduling the machine workloads
  • Maintain Inventory Accuracy of components
  • Work with Production Engineering / Supply Chain on New Product Introduction
  • Fault-finding of machine breakdowns and production problems
  • Carry out daily, weekly and monthly maintenance of the machine

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates meeting the following criteria. (Candidates with the required aptitude and enthusiasm should apply as comprehensive training will be given to the successful candidate)

Essential:

  • Aptitude and experience in running a machine in a production environment
  • Ability to follow and carry out quality control inspection
  • Effective interpersonal & communication skills
  • Able to work autonomously and set priorities

Desirable:

  • Soldering Skills, Electronic Component Assembly / Inspection
  • Knowledge of production scheduling and procedures
  • Experience in Continuous improvement techniques

 

To apply please click ‘APPLY’ and attached a copy of your cover letter and resume.

Please note that only people with the right to work in Australia should apply for this position.

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