Electro-Mechanical Assembler


Vicon is the world leader in Motion Capture, developing high-performance software and innovative hardware products for the entertainment, engineering, and medical industries. Vicon systems are a crucial tool for measurement and 3D tracking for cutting-edge science including biomechanics, robotics, and virtual or augmented reality. Vicon products have been used in many major feature films, video games, and commercials. We have offices in Yarnton, Denver, Los Angeles, and Auckland.

Vicon Motion Systems Ltd is a subsidiary company of Oxford Metrics Plc.

The Electromechanical Assembler post within the Production Department is primarily responsible for the build and visual inspection of the Company’s products.


The incumbent occupying the Electromechanical Assembler post within the Production Department is responsible for the build and visual inspection of the Company’s products.

• Assemble electro-mechanical assemblies with reference to assembly drawings, assembly instructions, and bills of materials.

• Diagnosing mechanical faults in camera sub-assemblies to component level and managing the repair/replacement – returning the defective item(s) to the appropriate supervisor (Ops Manager or Stock Controller) to ensure inventory stock levels can be accurately managed.

• To perform Dispatch function as and when necessary

• To assist in other areas where necessary to meet business needs e.g. testing, kit verification, stock counts, and packing

• In conjunction with Engineering, Design Engineer, Realisation Engineer, and Operations Manager:

o Assist with the ongoing improvement of the current product by actively feeding back observations from the current build

To Assist in the risk prevention/design improvement process by actively feeding back observations from the prototype/current build.

• To participate in training activities for flexible working

• To ensure all consumables (including B-stock items) stock levels are monitored and low stock status is reported back to the Buyer

• To keep the working area organized and tidy (ensure all stock that is not consumed is returned to the correct stock location and tools are returned to their correct storage location at the end of the shift)

• To work to a high standard of quality

• To work in a safe manner for themselves and others

• To work using the correct documentation

• To participate in Quality Control, Waste Minimisation, or other improvement activities

• Must be able to work without supervision and meet deadlines

• Able to work as a member of a focused team


• To have experience in mechanical assembly.

• To have experience in electronic/box build assembly.

• Meticulous with a good eye for detail.

• Self-motivated and able to work with minimum supervision.

• Enthusiastic and committed to the goals of the Company.

• Organised and tidy.

• Exhibit good written and verbal communication skills.

• Basic computer skills (inc experience in using Word, Excel, and databases)

• Able to work in a team


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