The successful candidate will work from home and their prime responsibility will be the sites within Pembrokeshire. There will be visits to sites within the rest of the UK for training, support and cover.
The Safety systems typically consist of Radar, high power imagery as well as other safety transponder systems. The systems are PC based on a TCIP/IP network which includes WLAN networks with distances around 5KM.
Typical duties will involve an element of electrical/electronic, mechanical and IT skills. So knowledge and or experience within any or as many of these areas would be advantageous.
Typical working week is an average of 35 hours. Attending preventative and reactive call-outs within agree contractual obligations.
Reactive call-outs might need to be answered around the customer requirements, which will involve some weekend and evening work, ability to be flexible a key requirement. Periods of lone working required.
Experience working with X and S Band (magnetron based) Radar Systems up to 650kW would be highly desirable.
Electronic component fault finding and repairs skills would also be beneficial
Essential that the applicant is comfortable working at heights on fixed, temporary and natural fixtures, and fit enough to perform climbing duties.
Maris (UK) Limited
Maurbank House, St Maur Gardens, Chepstow NP16 5LT UK
Bank Holidays + 20 days annual leave.
We would welcome applications from candidates with recent experience in an electronics field-based role whom can demonstrate their aptitude to learn.
Due to the nature of our typical clients, the applicant must be eligible to seek UK security clearance.
Own transport essential, reimbursement of business mileage through monthly expenses.
The potential for progression is greatly dependent upon the applicant. In the near future the potential for different roles and responsibilities exists.
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