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Title:

Electronic Assembly - Instrumentation Installation

Advertiser:

ICT International

Location:

Armidale, NSW

ICT International designs, manufactures and deploys bespoke, integrated, wireless monitoring solutions for commercial agriculture, scientific and environmental research in the natural and built environments.  ICT International exports these technologies to over 55 countries annually from its manufacturing base in Armidale.

Position

ICT International is looking for a full-time person to assist with the assembly and production of ICT International instrumentation, and when required, undertake onsite installation of environmental sensing and telemetry systems around Australia.

The position requires a self-motivated and organised person with the ability to work to a quality standard without supervision.  Most importantly, you must have very good eyesight, dexterity, and fine motor skills.  Proficiency in the standard Office suite of software is essential as is the ability to adapt to various proprietary software packages.

While exposure to an assembly environment and soldering experience is desirable, technical aptitude is a must. An interest in electronics and environmental sciences will also be an advantage.  Full training will be provided. Salary commensurate to skills and experience.

Qualifications / Licences

  • Trade Certificate in Electronics, IT and/or experience in installation of scientific field-based instrumentation.
  • Relevant work-related experience; or an equivalent alternative combination of relevant knowledge, training and /or experience.  
  • Demonstrated initiative and ability to work independently under limited supervision.
  • Class C Drivers Licence

Appropriate on the job product assembly training will be provided.

Selection Criteria 

Required skills 

  • Able to follow procedure instructions precisely. 
  • Demonstrated knowledge of practical electronics, technical aptitude. 
  • Commonsense aptitude to work remotely in the installation of field-based instrumentation.
  • Have an attention to detail, fine motor skills, good dexterity, and good eyesight. 
  • Be self-motivated but capable of working in a cohesive team environment.
  • Work to weekly deadlines in times of normal and high flow capacity whilst maintaining quality output.
  • Sound computer literacy skills and the ability to adapt to various propriety software packages.
  • Demonstrated organisational office skills, initiative, diligence, and common sense.

Preferred additional skills but not essential

  • Exposure to an electrical/electronics assembly environment and soldering is preferred although not essential. 
  • Exposure to field instrumentation installation.

How to apply:

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Date published:

30-Mar-2021

Closing date:

16-Apr-2021




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