Employees in SMD Assembly (m/f/x)

Stuttgart | 1664

With a high level of motivation and the best expertise available, the employees of ARTS work on a daily basis to realise the vision of our customers. More than 500 ARTS employees at 25 international locations define the future of technology today, working actively alongside internationally active high-tech companies. Together with ARTS you too can make your career a calling.

For our customer Airbus Defence and Space GmbH we are looking for a Mechatronics Technician for SMD Assembly in the Stuttgart area.

Task description

  • Assembling, gluing and soldering of assemblies and devices according to ESA regulations

  • Completion of wiring and assembly work according to parts lists and drawings

  • Carrying out assembly tasks under the microscope

  • Assumption of a first quality control

  • Documentation of the work carried out

Requirements

  • Completed vocational training as a mechatronics technician, electronics technician or electrical mechanic

  • Several years of professional experience in the field of electrical engineering

  • Experienced in handling assembly plans and drawings

  • Experience in setting up and operating semi-automatic manual bending and forming tools

  • Knowledge of soldering technology and assembly of SMD components

  • Fluent German and advanced English skills

  • Soldering certificate according to ESA regulations is desirable

Our Services

  • Permanent employment contract

  • Above-average, performance-linked remuneration

  • Bonuses and allowances above standard rates

  • Annual bonus payments

  • Personal support close to work

  • Company pension scheme with employer contributions

  • Extensive opportunities for training and further education

Your Contact

Phuong-Anh Vu-Thi

ARTS
Airport Center Dresden
Hermann-Reichelt-Str. 3
01109 Dresden
Germany
phuonganh.vuthi@arts.eu
+49 (0)351 / 795 808 54

Local Office

Office Munich

Sonderflughafen Oberpfaffenhofen - Friedrichshafener Straße 3
82205 Gilching
+49 (0)89 / 978 962 110