Electronics Production Technician

Enatel Energy offers an expansive portfolio of fully customisable DC power systems and industrial battery chargers, designed to meet every power conversion requirement. Solutions offer flexibility and scalability by way of rack mount, hot-pluggable combinations of modular AC-DC rectifiers, DC-AC inverters, DC-DC converters with advanced monitoring and control.

Key responsibilities:
• Assembly and test on our Enatel systems
• Fault diagnosis on all production faults
• Testing and Repairing of manufacturing products
• Submit BOM updates to engineering and follow through
• Respond to production problems
• Report FPY to engineer and TL
• Assist with production approval process
• Build new product prototype according to build sheet
• Quality checking and inspecting

• Identification of fault trends and reporting changes to management
• Evaluate facts and make decisions
• Good communication skills

Other duties:
• Supporting manufacturing technicians by training new technicians 
• From time to time, other reasonable duties which are now unforeseen, may be required outside of the tasks listed above 

Required skills:
• Ability to desolder & solder through hole and SMT components
• Read and understand schematic diagrams and overlays
• Sound knowledge of electrical theory and anti-static precautions
• Experience using Microsoft Excel and Word
• Proficient in English, both oral and written
• Excellent problem-solving skills
• Ability to work both in a team and independently
• Positive attitude

Working hours:
Monday – Thursday 8:00am – 4:40pm 
Friday 7:00am – 2:40pm 

If you have what it takes to fill this exciting position please send your CV by email to recruitment@enatel.net with “Production Technician” in the subject line.

– Applications must include Resume/CV.
– Indicate what type of passport you currently hold and whether you hold a visa allowing you to work in New Zealand for more than 12 months.

Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.


Mandy O'Regan