Québec, QC, Quebec, Canada
Join ABB and work in a team that is dedicated to creating a future where innovative digital technologies allow greater access to cleaner energy.
Quebec’s ABB Measurement & Analytics plant is a world leader in spectroscopy. Our contract engineering service is the largest Canadian supplier of space optical sensors used, among other things, for monitoring greenhouse gas emissions and for global weather forecasting. Our plant is also known for its expertise in the development and manufacture of various products that meet a number of industrial analysis needs on a daily basis.
Providing technical support to production.
Maintaining and repairing manufacturing equipment.
Implementing preventive and corrective measures.
Supporting the purchase of components and electronic cards and the management of obsolescence.
Contributing to the transfer of new products to production.
Participating in the resolution of problems as part of the performance improvement projects.
Living ABB’s core values of safety and integrity, which means taking responsibility for your own actions while caring for your colleagues, and the business.
Diploma of College Studies in electronics or equivalent.
2 years of experience in the production and assembly of test benches.
At ease handling various measuring devices: oscilloscope, logic analyzer, etc.
Good manual dexterity for repairing or replacing SMT components.
Mastery of electrical safety practices in an industrial environment.
Good team spirit.
Able to work under pressure to restore production operations.
Good French, spoken and written; functional English.
Knowledge of LabVIEW software, an asset.
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Named to Forbes 2019 list of top 30 employers in Canada, ABB values the dedication, commitment and expertise of our employees. ABB is an Employment Equity Employer and believes in an inclusive and diverse workforce. Committed to ensuring that all policies and practices respect the Employment Equity Program, we aim for our workforce to be truly representative of the four designated groups; women, aboriginal people, members of visible minorities, and/or persons with disabilities. ABB will provide reasonable accommodation to applicant with disabilities and encourage applicants to self-identify in the application process.