Reference Number: JO-2401-527502
Electronics Technician
Rate: £38,000 – 40,000
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Oxford

Calling all talented Electronics Technicians, I have a great opportunity to discuss with you. As the Electronics Technician you will be working within the Engineering team, you will support the Electronics Team and wider R&D team to deliver research and product development programmes. You will provide support across the range of the company’s existing and future products to support the company’s mission of transforming Radiology.

Candidate Profile 

As an ideal candidate, you will have a minimum qualification at Level 3 (e.g. A Level, T Level or NVQ) in a relevant discipline or equivalent experience. You will have IC 610 and IPC 620, or equivalent experience. 

Key Responsibilities

Main duties and responsibilities:

  • Prototype electronic assemblies and devices in accordance with suitable guidance and/or documentation from engineers
  • Assemble and connect system components (e.g. cables)
  • Build prototype models based on technical guidelines
  • Rework circuit boards
  • Repair malfunctions in circuitry and other system structures
  • Read and comprehend technical manuals and diagrams
  • Support colleagues across the R&D team with technical tasks and testing requirements
  • Use various tools to build and repair systems
  • Use electronic test equipment such as oscilloscopes and multi-meters to verify results 
  • Maintaining a tidy and organised electronics workspace
  • Attending and supporting tests performed at external test houses, such as EMC and electrical safety testing
  • Various other tasks that may reasonably be expected of a Technician

Skills, Knowledge and Expertise


  • Proactive, results driven focus with the ability to identify and troubleshoot potential problems to their successful resolution 
  • Comfortable working both independently and collaboratively in a fast-paced, R&D setting 
  • Taking ownership of realising results
  • Proficient in the use of general Technician’s hand tools
  • Hand soldering, crimping and wiring techniques
  • Wiring looms (manufacture and attachment)
  • Ability to follow technical drawings and schematics
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills 
  • Fault finding and troubleshooting for both electrical and electronic systems 
  • Ability to document processes and report on designs and tests


  • Experience in electronics and PCB assembly techniques
  • Experience of prototype device assembly
  • Experience in using various test equipment, such as multi-meters etc
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