At TT Electronics, you will meet dedicated people who believe that advanced electronics is the key to a brighter, smarter future. Whether it’s advanced flight controls, smart surgical tools, intelligent vehicle charging or seamless automation everywhere, advancements like this come from the minds of passionate, creative people – working to a common goal, watching out for each other, and caring about making a difference in the lives of people all over the world.
Our passion? Simplifying the development of complex electronics… it’s the reason we exist as an organisation. Our way of life? Fostering a culture that values individuals as well as community and teamwork.
Join us – and work with a team that believes success is measured by more than the bottom line, where you’ll find opportunities to achieve your goals, contribute to the lives of others, and build a brighter, smarter future, together.
Our Bedlington facility north of Newcastle upon Tyne is the home of two TT Electronics divisions; Sensors & Specialist Components and Power Electronics. Sensors & Specialist Components are leaders in high reliability, high performance and engineered electronic components. Power Electronics provide custom power solutions for safety-critical applications in harsh environments where the team specialise in hybrid microcircuit production for the aerospace and defence and industrial industries.
Employee engagement is centre stage; we’re focussed on our employees and making TT a great place to work. Here at Bedlington we continue to invest and improve the site’s facilities, regularly get involved in fundraising for local charities and activities in our community, have a busy social club and have a group wide focus on ‘Build Expertise’ in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) subjects developing our current employees and encouraging more to join our industry at this exciting time.
• Comply with all company policies and procedures.
• Follow all oral and documented operator instructions effectively providing this does not pose a risk to your health.
• Undertake training as requited and adopt a positive attitude towards new training needs including Company initiatives on new working practices such as Quality Systems, Manufacturing Methods and Information Systems.
• Adopt a responsible approach to work including the need for flexibility in job changes, shift changes, and overtime requests.
• Carry out work with due regard to the health and safety of yourself and others.
• Follow good housekeeping practices to 5.S. Standard.
• Work unsupervised using laid down procedures or systems whilst ensuring that there are no production stoppages by using Kan Ban systems for material replenishment.
• Keep all relevant documentation and computer records up to date i.e. SPC records and Production Works Orders.
• Communicate with supervision, team leaders, engineering and colleagues with regard to work related issues such as problem solving and cost saving ideas.
• Be aware of environmental issues i.e. waste disposal and reclamation and energy conservation and carry out your work in such a way that promotes good environmental management.
• Maintain a high level of attendance/timekeeping.
• Assume responsibility for the quality of your own work and to stop manufacturing if the product does not meet the required standard. If manufacturing is stopped your manager must be informed immediately and the suspect work in progress must be bonded in the designated area.
Good communication skills, work well as part of a team but have the ability to work individually.
Desirable Skills and Experience
Experience or working in a fast paced manufacturing facility is desirable.