Equipment Process Technician

Job Category: Engineering
Job Type: Full Time On-site

We are working with a global leader formed over 40+ years ago and growing to a team of over 25,000 individuals that specialises in serving customers in a range of industries with highly complex products and demanding regulatory environments.   
The client has big plans in place and are looking for Equipment Process Technicians to join the engineering team in South East Scotland to provide technical direction on test and inspection equipment and supporting test processes across the Design and Development, Supply Chain Solutions, New Product Introduction (NPI), Manufacturing and Aftermarket Services.  

Key Job Accountabilities:  

  • Customer Service: Actively listen and respond to the support needs of internal customers, participating as a member of the prototype team in order to support external customer satisfaction. This includes ECO requirements as required. Lead new and existing process development, implementation and controls in support of Plexus and customer needs.  
  • Machine Repair and Light Maintenance: Conduct routine light maintenance and repair, including identification of equipment failure root cause and enhancing machine functionality in order to extend manufacturing capabilities.  
  • Thermal Profile Development: Create product-specific thermal profiles in order to ensure conformity to industry and chemistry standards in support of process yield requirements.  
  • For NPI, identify and assist with design of product build techniques.  Approach all process development activity with a focus on continuous improvement using appropriate manufacturing metrics and targets.  

Additional Accountabilities:                  

  • Process Control Standards: Conduct regular statistical measurements and analyses to ensure all manufacturing equipment is within OEM specifications and processes are in control, resulting in products that meet appropriate quality and customer requirements.  
  • Support tool manufacturing/design through implementation of corporate standards.  
  • Support failure analysis.  
  • Support new customer introductions.  
  • Support process qualifications and validations for both new and existing processes.  
  • Lead assessments of new components for implementation into the manufacturing process.  


  • A Bachelor’s degree in Business or Engineering is preferred, or relevant industry experience.  
  • Experience in custom mechanical or electromechanical components processing is desired.  
  • A demonstrated level of project management success is preferred.  
  • SMT and MYDATA experience is preferred.  
  • Mechatronics or de-bug skills would be advantageous.  
  • Intermediate Electronic assembly, Thermal mechanical and materials knowledge  

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