Test & Repair

Posted on 15 June 2020
  • Eindhoven
  • Academy
  • €2.000 to €2.750

Job description

What are you going to do as a Test & Repair Analyst?

As a Test & Repair Analyst you are responsible from the Module Assembly department for testing products that come back from the customer. You know better than anyone else how you should assess the technical product documentation (TPD) and compare it with the actually recovered products. You will consult with the account and product engineers about the approach and technical feasibility of a repair. You identify material requirements and routing and from this role you are in close contact with the planners and shop floor controllers. You find it a challenge to test which parts need to be replaced and record these adjustments in reports that go later to the customers. Once the shortcomings have been mapped, you transfer the order to production and serve as a contact point for questions or problems. You are also challenged to contribute ideas about improvements and ideas. In this function you report directly to one of the two team leaders of the Module Assembly department.

Your work includes:

  • the independent assembly of a rack and / or cabinet;
  • the testing and adjustment of assembled products;
  • finding a fault with assembled systems;
  • detecting errors after the test and repairing if necessary and possible;
  • replacement of parts and repair of defective connections;
  • testing and analyzing products on location at the customer;
  • testing end products and, if necessary, the authority to reject these end products.

Job requirements

As a Test & Repair Analyst you know better than anyone how to work in a structured and independent manner. You are also a real team player and do not shy away from sprucing up with several colleagues such as test engineers, planners, shop floor controllers, assembly technicians and team leaders. You are analytical and able to interpret the measurement and test data in the right way. Thanks to your proactive attitude, you can find customer complaints down to the bottom and ensure that you stay up-to-date with regard to the latest technical developments.

Furthermore, we ask:
  • a completed education at MBO + / HBO level in the direction of electronics;
  • at least 5 years of relevant work experience from a technical production environment;
  • thorough knowledge of measuring and testing equipment;
  • being able to read drawings and complicated electrical diagrams;
  • knowledge of relevant quality requirements (eg IPC standards);
  • willingness to work in a clean room;
  • full-time available;
  • good communication and written skills in English, Dutch is an advantage;


€2.000 - €2.750 gross income per month

Company profile

TS/MAN Xelvin is a technical specialist in the mediation of well qualified, hands on technician with a secondary degree or Bachelor in the fields of Electronics, Mechatronics, Installation Technics, Process Technics or Mechanical.

We make the right match between our candidates and employers with our expertise in these fields and because we invest a lot into the personal relationship between us, our clients and our candidates.

Are you a starter who can’t wait to put his previous taught knowledge into practice, or are you an experienced technician who is ready to take the next step in his or her career. Xelvin will help you to find the right opportunity at a respected company with a bright sight on the future, your own responsibilities, technical challenges and nice colleagues!

Enthusiastic or curious about the opportunity Xelvin might have for you? Don’t hesitate to contact me at m.remmers@xelvin.nl or +31(6) 82 15 40 28