Production Technician – Electrical

Gordon Murray Automotive is a UK-based global luxury brand dedicated to creating and manufacturing the world’s greatest driving cars. These ultra-exclusive cars are engineered and designed without compromise to provide unrivalled driving experiences and drivercentric connection.

We currently have an exciting opportunity for a Production Technician - Electrical to join our Manufacturing Team based in Surrey.

Production Technicians within GMA are responsible for production on daily basis to produce high quality vehicles across all models undertaken by Gordon Murray Automotive. In this role you will be part of the team to ramp-up production of a low-volume, high quality automotive manufacturing facility.



  • Establish strong team member relations, at all levels with a focus on teamwork
  • Work closely with GMD team, especially Manufacturing Engineering team members
  • Operating machinery on a low volume production line
  • Quality checking for any defects, labelling finished products
  • Working towards production targets
  • Support Cycle Time change planning, line rebalancing, trials and training activities
  • Support new model activities
  • Checking manufacturing processes and systems
  • Maintain a strict adherence to the Standard Operating Procedures, thereby clearly identifying irregularities that may cause damage or inefficiency and prescribing corrective measures to improve these processes
  • Support shop safety initiatives and manage timely implementation of countermeasures to resolve problems
  • Support problem solving activities within the team
  • Identify waste in assembly processes and implement activities to improve efficiency
  • Be available to work OT, shutdowns and travel as needed
  • Work together with GMA/GMD Engineering members to continuously improve/develop manufacturing process
  • Some computer literacy required – Basics in Word, Excel and PowerPoint
  • Communication skills – to be able to liaise and put point across to others
  • General housekeeping duties as required


Experience and Qualifications:

  • Previous experience in electrical installation and automotive electrical diagnostics
  • Previous experience working in a Prototype/Launch build team
  • Ability to read automotive wiring diagrams
  • High level of proven relevant automotive experience
  • Some computer literacy required – Basics in Word, Excel and PowerPoint
  • Experience in low volume automotive manufacturing preferable
  • Understanding of the different assembly processes and equipment
  • Ability to work well under pressure, work to meet strict production targets
  • Clear and effective communication skills with internal and external clients
  • Ability to support problem solving activities within an automotive assembly environment
  • Possess a full UK driving licence