General Production Operator


Assembly of printed circuit boards and electronic systems.





Employer job reference: 240201

Contract Type: Permanent

Employment Type: Full Time

Weekly hours: 39

Salary: Competitive

Mode: On Site

Languages: English


Street: unit 210-212 Lisburn Enterprise Centre

Line 2: Not Provided

City: Lisburn

State: Co. Antrim

Postcode: BT28 2BP


  • Read Bills of Materials and verify the component pa rts supplied as being valid.
  • Pre-form materials as specified.
  • Fit all kinds of manual components.
  • Carry out specific instructions and inspection as required.
  • Solder components both Plate Through Hole and Surface Mount.
  • Wash and dry electronic assemblies.
  • Carry out packaging
  • final assembly and dispatch operations as required.
  • Carry out any other duties reasonably required by your employer.

Essential Skills

  • The successful candidate will have excellent spoken and written English.
  • Ability to work to tight deadlines.
  • A self motivated individual.
  • Good team player.
  • Professional in all aspects of work/appearance.
  • Honest and trustworthy.

Desired Skills

  • Experience of production work.
  • Knowledge of electronic assembly processes.
  • Soldering skills

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