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Job Title: Production Technician
Date Posted:
07/31/19 Ref. Number: 466
Type:
Full Time Part Time
Location: Markham
Requirements:       As a member of a multi-disciplinary team, the Mechanical/Production Technician participates in assembly and testing of sophisticated instruments in the detection of multiple proteins in single biological cells, and other related instruments. Requirements: • Technical diploma (electrical or mechanical) combined with relevant work experience is a must have. • Strong Mechanical Assembly Experience. • 2-5 years of experience in hands-on assembly of complicated electrical or mechanical or optical assemblies - including as many of the following: cables, electrical power distribution modules, vacuum systems, delicate ion-optical modules, precision piezo ceramic/stepper motors and laser. • Exceptional troubleshooting skills with electrical, mechanical, components (optical is a nice to have). • Knowledgeable and proficient in lead-free soldering. • Manual dexterity and ability to handle small delicate assemblies. • Sound analytical skills. • Ability to comprehend and follow complicated electrical, mechanical drawings and performs measurement and verification of parts compliance to drawings. • Ability to solve complicated instrument malfunction problems independently and with minimum supervision. • Familiarity with QPulse Document Management System or any other ISO System. • Team player, positive attitude, and punctual. • Strong learning and communication skills. • Open to new ideas and concepts. • Proficient with Excel and other applications for data analysis, a nice to have. • Occasional heavy lifting (up to 50 Lb) during assembly operations may be required.
Description: Responsibilities: • Perform complete hands-on assembly of electric and mechanical modules, integration, operation and testing of complicated analytical production instruments. • Demonstrate thoroughness, attention to detail and meticulousness of assembly and testing are critical. • Strictly follow the protocols and standard operating procedures. • Write test reports and other documentation (including revised and new SOPs). • Participate in improvement and preparation of documentation. • Servicing and refurbishing of returned instruments. • Work in collaboration and support other departments, such as R&D projects. • Work on ad hoc projects as they arise.
Hours per week: Monday to Friday, 9am -5pm 40 hrs/week
Rate of Pay: TBD
Contact: Brian MacKenzie
Telephone:
905-948-9996 Fax: 905-948-9920
Email: bmackenzie@jobskills.org


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