Part-Time Assembly Worker – York

We have an opportunity available within our product department for someone who enjoys building electronic and mechanical devices.

Working with the technical and engineering staff, you will be involved in all aspects of assembling specialised, high-value electronic test equipment that many of our customers use to test their measurement systems.

What will you be doing?

  • Soldering Printed Circuit Boards and assembling finished products
  • Monitoring and maintaining component levels using our stock database system
  • Testing subassemblies and final products for correct functioning
  • Packaging completed products & kits, ready for shipping to customers worldwide
  • PAT testing and registering new equipment

Who are we looking for?

Someone enthusiastic with a strong teamwork ethic and good attention to detail. An ideal candidate would have good IT, communication and organisational skills. Basic knowledge of electronics and hand soldering skills are important and previous experience in surface mount PCB assembly. Box-build experience would be beneficial, but on-the-job training will be available.

Working hours?

20 hours per week, flexible arrangement available e.g. 5 days per week, 8 am to 12 pm, or 10 am to 2:30 pm with a half-hour for lunch.


The Eurofins York Test Instruments workshop is located at Monks Cross, York.

Working for Eurofins York Ltd

Eurofins York Ltd is a leading provider of electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), electrical safety, radio equipment and electromagnetic fields (EMF) testing and other CE Marking services with a domestic and international customer base and has four sites in the UK. The company performs accredited testing, offers expert services, development of innovative EMC test equipment and provides professional Training Courses to Industry.

What does this mean? In simple terms, we test the electrical and electronic products you use daily.

From TVs, Microwaves, doorbells, set-top boxes and audio equipment to full-size trains, car parts, and jukeboxes – basically anything electrical or electronic – so that manufacturers can check that they are safe to use and meet the regulations for this type of product.

How to apply

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