Marine Electrical Engineer

Primary Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

Wiring and panel production.
Soldering, connector assembly crimping etc.
Interrogate and fault find a system.
Interpreting 2D CAD electrical schematics.
Panel wiring (terminals, power supplies, PLCs, relays, etc).
Power wiring, typically DC.
Boat navigation system installation.
Battery cabling and termination.
Soldering, both at cable level and for PCB production.
Production of water-tight cable looms.
Production of a range of coaxial cable products.
Experience of using and maintaining electrical tooling including a wide range of cable crimping tools.
Fault finding and rectification.
Working with electrical designers to develop products and improve drawings.
Management of stock materials.

General accountabilities and responsibilities:

To use personal judgement and initiative to develop effective and constructive solutions to challenges and obstacles in day to day activities and procedures within the specified role.
To maintain personal ability in, and appropriate use of, all relevant IT (Information and Technology) and other systems required to adequately perform the role.
To act ethically, with integrity and in the best interest of the business at all times
To maintain a professional and supportive relationship with team members and other departments to deliver business objectives or deadlines.
To carry out any other duties as detailed by a member of the management team or authorised representative.
To keep good time management to minimise any wasted time and maximise productivity and effectiveness.

Health & Safety responsibilities:

To ensure that the working area is a clean and safe environment in compliance with the best practice and health and safety policies.
To ensure any equipment used is safe, within electrical test date and all guards and interlocks are working and in place.
To act safely and responsibly in line with company processes and Health and Safety procedures to ensure your safety and the safety of others.
To report any potential Health and safety hazards or violations to your supervisor/ line manager or directly to the QHSE manager.
To ensure any PPE or work wear required or provided for the job is worn and checked regularly for wear, and then reported when replacements required

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