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R&D Technician

Hours of Work: 35.5 - 8.30am – 4.30pm Monday to Thursday and 8.30am – 2.00pm on a Friday.
Salary: Highly Competitive
Job Type: Permanent

Dynex Semiconductor Ltd have been manufacturing semiconductor products for over 60 years. As a business, we constantly strive to grow and develop as a leading, independent manufacturer of high power and high-reliability electronic components. 

It is an exciting time to be joining Dynex as we embark on a number of exciting projects, which you can be part of. We are looking for three R&D Technicians to join our ever-expanding Research and Development team in Lincoln.



Are you keen to find a role that offers variety and an opportunity to learn and progress? Do you want a career rather than just a job? Reporting to our highly skilled Principal Engineer, you will be part of a project team to undertake activities on new and already established processes. You will be part of a team that can make a real difference in the future of engineering. The role includes but is not limited to;

  • Undertake project-related activities within the R&D centre
  • Perform both established manufacturing processes and new processes to prepare development samples for experimental testing
  • Carry out practical duties that include soldering, wire bonding, sintering etc
  • Provide technical reports and presentations (if necessary) on work completed as appropriate. Full training will be given on report writing.
  • Demonstrate dedication in achieving continuous improvement across key activities.
  • Being responsible for particular equipment that it is run on a regular basis.
  • Prepare documentation SOPs, Manufacturing Instructions/operation and Risk assessments and ensure these procedures are in line with approach defined by the Team Leader. Full training will be given.



We are looking for someone who has good practical skills and prior experience and / or knowledge of sintering, soldering and electronic device assembly, however full training will be given. You will have a dedication to quality and excellence in all aspects of your work, and aim to constantly learn and improve. To be considered for the role we are looking for:

  • Minimum A-levels or equivalent in a science or engineering related subject
  • Thorough knowledge and / or experience of using Microsoft Office software
  • Previous experience or knowledge on practical electronic manufacturing such as sintering/soldering, welding and / or mechanical test etc.
  • Good time management skills and ability to plan own work
  • Excellent attention to detail and record-keeping skills
  • Demonstratable hands-on manual dexterity for laboratory-based work
  • Effective communicator with specialist and non-specialist colleagues.



If you’re looking for a challenging role within a Company that encourages progression and development, please take a look at our current vacancies and schemes – we’d love to hear from you! Click Apply’ to submit your CV.



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