Careers

Careers

Be part of our team

Challenger Solutions offers a range of career opportunities for talented individuals, from apprentices and trainees through to highly skilled PCB Assemblers, SMT Operators, and qualified Engineers and an extensive customer service driven, energetic project team.

If you feel you have the necessary skills and commitment to join our team please email your CV to vacancies@challengersolutions.com

Current Opportunities

Stores Assistant

You would be fully conversant with all standard stores procedures.

Main Role:

  • Reverse kitting.
  • Maintaining computer records of stock issued.
  • Assisting with Goods In.
  • Undertake cycle counts and stock takes as required.

You will need:

  • Previous stores experience within a manufacturing / engineering environment.
  • Kit picking experience.
  • Computer skills including Excel, Word.
  • Excellent team player.
  • Good organisational skills with the ability to prioritise.

Importantly – you would have experience with working with delicate electronic components.

Good eyesight and attention to detail.

This position will be on a part time basis 22.5 hours per week.

PCB Assembler

We are seeking a PCB Assembler to join our team and assist in the daily operations of PCB Assembly. The PCB Assembler will already have previous experience and knowledge of assembling electronic components.

The Role:

  • Hand preparation/soldering of PCB Components.
  • Assemble of common through hole components, i.e. capacitors, Diodes, Resistors and IC’s.
  • Reading of engineering drawings.
  • Working on prototype builds.
  • Understand build and assembly documentation.

Importantly – you will have Component identification knowledge & hand solder to an IPC level.

Attention to detail important.

This position is on a full time basis 40 hours per week.

Light Assemblers

We are looking to recruit an Electrical/Mechanical Assembler to join our team.

The Role:

The assembly of company products using the following skills:

  • The ability to read and understand assembly drawings, identify the component parts and assemble in the prescribed manner.
  • The ability to build electrical assemblies.
  • Soldering a wide variety of components, wires, connectors etc, to the satisfaction of the Quality Control Inspector.
  • Manufacture of wiring looms and other wired assemblies.
  • Testing company products using a range of electrical test equipment such as voltage, current, and resistance meters to predefined test procedures. Ensuring adherence to the manufacturing documentation system and general operating procedure at all times.
  • To carry out any duties that may be required from time to time.

Importantly- you will have knowledge of electrical components & assembly of electronic devices.

This position is on a full time basis 40 hours per week.

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