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OPTO-MECHANICAL PRODUCTION TECHNICIAN VACANCY

Our company
A detailed list of the tasks to be performed is provided below.
  • Inspect product quality
Use various techniques to ensure product quality, adhering to quality standards and specifications. Supervise defects, packaging, and product returns to different production departments.
  • Record defective manufacturing materials
Maintain records and forms required by the company to report any defective materials or questionable manufacturing conditions of machinery and equipment.
  • Clean mechanical and optical components
Clean mechanical and optical components using different techniques such as ultrasonic bath or wipes with isopropanol.
  • Interpret assembly blueprints and procedures
Read and interpret blueprints that list all parts and subassemblies of a specific product. The blueprint identifies different components and materials, and procedures provide instructions for assembling a product.
  • Assembly
Assemble components through bolted joints, following procedures and using different fixtures and tools.
  • Ensure compliance with specifications
Ensure that assembled products meet established specifications.
  • Operate coordinate measuring machines
Measure dimensions of parts and assemblies to check if they meet specifications.
  • Align and secure optical components
Alignment using fixtures and tools to ensure a good relative position between the optical and mechanical component. Bonding optical components (lenses, mirrors, beam splitters, etc.) to mechanical components (metal parts, carbon fiber, ceramics, plastics, etc.) using adhesives.
  • Use precision machines
Use electronic, mechanical, electrical, or optical precision machines for verification and validation tasks.
  • Support environmental tests (vibration, shocks, thermal cycling, etc.)
Take products for testing when necessary. Provide support in the form of assembly, verification, photography, etc.
  • Create and maintain documentation
Create and maintain assembly reports, non-conformities, and other documents related to the production area.
  • Minimum studies: Higher Level Training Cycle related to Mechanics
  • Minimum experience: Not necessary
  • Languages required (official qualifications not necessary)
    • Spanish, native or high level
    • English, intermediate level
  • Minimum requirements:
    • Experience and/or studies in mechanics.
    • Experience and/or studies in the area of mechanical assembly and fine tuning
    • Ability to work independently with little supervision and also in teams
    • Ability and willingness to learn
    • Average knowledge of Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, etc.)
    • Willingness to travel by car 10-20% of the time within a 100 km radius: visiting suppliers, taking products for testing, project support, etc.
    • B1 driving licence.

To apply for this job email your details to hr@satlantis.com