Trained Operator

Key Purpose

Working on an assembly line

Experience and Knowledge

Some experience of working on an assembly line

Soldering skills an advantage

In-house training offered for operation of the assembly lime


Market rate offered – will be reviewed after 6 month probation period

Location:  The role is based in Havant

Working hours:  37.25 hours per week over 4.5 days, with the last Friday of every month off

Please send you CV to [email protected]


Office and Accounts Administrator

Reporting to Business & Finance Manager and Directors

Key Purpose

To assist in the running of our reception, looking after visitors

Experience and Knowledge

Answering phone calls

Looking after visitors to the company – organising lunches when necessary

Travel arrangements

Usual admin duties

Raising Purchase and Sales orders on our Xero accounting package

Raising Sales Invoices and entering Bills

Checking statements from suppliers

Routine tasks for Health & Safety

Ensuring CoSHH records are maintained and up to date

Back up for our stores area if required

Ordering consumables for kitchen and bathroom

Dealing with phone and door entry system

Other Required Attributes

Good knowledge of MS Office

Attention to detail and organisation skills

Resourcefulness in setting priorities

Adaptable, conscientious and Pro-Active

Location: The role is based in Havant

Working Hours: 37.25 hours per week over 4.5 days, with the last Friday of every month off.

Please send your CV to [email protected]


Quality Controller – Inspector 

Key Purpose

To ensure all processes are carried out to the required quality to ensure delivered items are fit for purpose and meet the technical and client requirements and expectations.

Maintaining, reviewing, and improving product and quality assurance for all quality related activities within Spur Electron.

Quality Control:

  • Understanding the technical and client’s needs and requirements
  • Inspection of incoming components, parts, and assemblies by conducting visual and measurement tests, and rejecting and returning of unacceptable deliveries.
  • In-process and final inspection of all PCB assemblies and integrated assemblies including all related build documentation.

Quality Assurance:

  • Monitor shelf-life control and ensure that timely actions are taken to minimise any impact to production and engineering processes.
  • Ensure adherence to cleanroom standards, as per the QMS requirements.
  • Responsible for the effective feedback on quality deviations to Engineering and Production teams to prevent re-occurrence and promote continuous improvement.
  • Assist in the calibration and maintenance of equipment (internal and sub-contracted) in a timely manner in adherence with the schedule.
  • Assist the Engineering and Production teams with investigations of failures, where required.


  • Responsible for the effective administration of quality control processes within the company.
  • Keeping accurate documentation and analyse trends.
  • Other ad hoc duties as required by the company.


  • Valid IPC-A-610 or ECSS certificate.
  • Experience working to IPC standards but without a personal certificate will also be considered, as full training will be provided.

Experience & Knowledge:

  • A working experience in an electronic manufacturing industry
  • Knowledge of workmanship standards
  • Experience with soldering and conformal coating
  • 1-2 years quality control/inspection in the electronic manufacturing industry (Preference will be given to aerospace and defence electronics experience)

Other Required Attributes:

  • Proficient with MS Office
  • Positive self-motivated, self-starter attitude
  • Responsible
  • Team player
  • Good written and oral communication skills
  • Customer focused
  • Able to persuade and influence others
  • Flexible and able to multi-task in a fast-moving environment
  • Resourcefulness in setting priorities

Location: The role is based in Havant

Working Hours: 37.25 hours per week over 4.5 days, with the last Friday of every month off.



Have you previous experience working in a cleanroom environment? Looking for your next role? We are looking for a technician(s) to join our growing flight assembly team.

Role requirements

  • Primary role will be building flight hardware to IPC and ESA standard.
  • This will include PCA, Module build, and harness work.
  • Working to build instructions and drawings.
  • Assemble in-house cable assemblies and test jigs/boxes.
  • Proven experience in an assembly, manufacturing or production environment.
  • Experience of working in a clean room an advantage.
  • Awareness of work place health and safety practices.
  • Excellent communication skills.

Qualifications Knowledge & Skills

  • A good knowledge in soldering and wiring practices.
  • ESA or IPC certificate would be an advantage, but full training will be given.
  • Proven practical, hands-on ability.
  • Good general computing skills – Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook.
  • Clear communication skills.
  • Commitment to take own initiative.
  • Desire to support others.
  • Good team working skills.
  • Excellent planning and organising skills.
  • Able to use common sense when under pressure.
  • Ability to multi-task and deliver both immediate and longer term tasks.
  • Able to demonstrate company mindsets and behaviours.
  • Be accountable, Drive & delivery, Self-manage effectively.

Location: The role is based in Havant

Working Hours: 37.25 hours per week over 4.5 days, with the last Friday of every month off.