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Maptek™ is the world leader in the development and supply of software and hardware technologies for the mining and resources industry. We create large scale modelling and 3D visualisation software products including Maptek Vulcan™, Maptek BlastLogic™, Maptek Eureka™, Maptek Evolution and Maptek I-Site™. These products are sold and supported worldwide through a network of offices in Australia, Africa, North and South America, and Europe.
The I-Site system is the world’s leading long range laser scanning solution for the resources industry and civil surveying. We capture the 3D world and put it onto the desktop. Our hardware is held in high regard by our customers for its ease of use and ability to get the results they want. We also provide them with professional support and timely service for our systems.
We are seeking an energetic Manufacturing Assembly Technician to join our manufacturing team based in Adelaide. You will be responsible for assembling, calibrating and testing instruments in accordance with established procedures. Reporting to the Manufacturing Manager, this role will include system and module analysis requiring the use of various electronic test equipment, specialised computer software and hardware, system assembly, disassembly and re-build. Duties will also include assisting the research and development team in various tasks including but not limited to driving a manual vehicle.
You will have had experience in fine mechanical/optical assembly in a manufacturing environment. Exposure to high reliability soldering and knowledge of computer systems will be an advantage. To be successful in this position, you must be able to demonstrate an ability to assemble precision mechanical and optical parts, have excellent attention to detail, and be able to handle systems weighing up to 15 kgs. You must have a driving licence and be able to drive a manual vehicle.
Please submit your cover letter and resume to email@example.com.
This position is only available for Australian citizens and permanent residents.
No recruitment agency calls please.