Assembly Technician

Location: London

Closing Date: Jan. 1, 2027

This is a rare opportunity to work with an innovative designer and manufacturer of advanced camera robotics and virtual technologies for the high-end film and broadcast industry. You will be joining a small, friendly Production team, soldering and undertaking the physical assembly of component parts.

No PPE will be required, hours of work will be 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM (some flexibility in regard to start and finish times), Monday to Friday, with no shift work or overtime required. We are looking for someone with a background in soldering and ideally small parts assembly.

What You’ll Do:

  • Follow written and verbal instruction.
  • Follow specifications to solder and assemble small wires and cables.
  • Raise any problems encountered in a timely manner with the Production Manager or your ‘work buddy’, to ensure that problems can be handled efficiently.
  • Work on product repairs as guided by the Production Manager.
  • Maintain a tidy workbench and store parts and tools in an orderly manner.
  • Contribute to the efficient operation of the workshop.
  • Comply with Health and Safety regulations.

What We’re Looking For:

  • Soldering experience.  
  • Good hand-eye coordination and manual dexterity for the assembly of very small, often PCB components.
  • Ability to use small tools with a steady hand.
  • Ability to cope with a diverse and rapidly changing workflow, no two weeks will be the same!
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills.

Benefits & Perks:

  • Casual office environment
  • Subsidised office lunches that promote healthy eating and encourage you to try something new
  • We have a continuous development budget to put towards courses, training and conferences
  • Private health insurance with AXA Health that covers many physical and mental health costs, including dental and vision cash back
  • Gym membership discounts via AXA Healt
  • Group life insurance and a 24/7 Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
  • Cycle to Work scheme – we’ll buy a bike up-front, and you can pay it off over the next 12 months via a salary sacrifice scheme
  • We organise occasional in-person office socials to make sure you can build on deeper trusting connections with peers
  • 33 days base holiday (25 days + 8 bank holidays) including company closure between Christmas and NY

About Us:

Mo-Sys is a leading designer and manufacturer of advanced camera robotics and game-changing virtual production technologies for film, TV, and live broadcast. We ship to broadcasters in 40+ countries to a customer base including BBC, Netflix, Fox, CNN, ESPN and Sky. Mo-Sys remote heads and robotics are used on many Hollywood blockbusters including Life of Pi, Birdman, Shape of Water, Tron, Source Code and Adjustment Bureau. We have also delivered boundary-pushing technology projects in close collaboration with clients like Red Bull Air Race and the film Gravity.

We pride ourselves on having endless creativity, a “can do” attitude and a friendly family feel to the company. We’re looking for people who make all the difference in nurturing an inclusive, down-to-earth culture. We embrace fresh ideas, encourage innovation and value openness. We believe that great ideas come from anywhere and encourage our teams to work together across positions, departments, and geographical locations. We want people to love their work and show respect to all.


                                                                    How to apply

We’re always looking for talented people to join Mo-Sys no matter the background, years of experience or type of industry. If you think you could bring something unique to the team, email your CV with a short introduction of yourself to


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