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For almost 30 years, ecutech has provided bespoke auto electrical repair and automotive software solutions to private customers and garages throughout the United Kingdom and Europe.
We are predominantly an end of line company, whereby our customers have tried several other companies and/or the main dealer but still no further forward in resolving their issue.
We are currently looking for a Tech with a difference!
You will have previous experience in diagnosing and finding solutions to component level faults on the vast array of modern vehicles, as well as a thorough understanding of modern communication protocols such as CAN/LIN/FlexRay, etc.
You will also be fully competent in understanding and interpreting live data streams, programming and coding modules on-site and on the bench. We only use dealer tools, maybe very different from what you are used to using, but full training will be given on the use of each tool.
It would also be highly desirable if you have a solid grounding and knowledge of hex code and pulling information from often encrypted eeprom and flash dumps. Having a keen eye for detail and being pretty good at mathematics helps a lot here.
A1 soldering skills are needed, as most of our work is usually on a SMD level.
It would also be an advantage if you are fully WinOLS competent and are able to understand ecu maps for the tuning side of the business.
Qualifications aren't that vital, but at least be able to spell your own name though. Having said that we would rather you have had many years in the auto electrical industry with a few qualifications and also a keen interest in making the impossible possible.
Not really into having somebody from a dealership background. You guys just work off a checklist and replace parts. That's not what we are about here. Plus many of you have trouble tying your own shoelaces. I've met a fair few of you over the years.
You will also need an enhanced CRB check.
Send your CV and a bit about yourself to firstname.lastname@example.org