Fixed Term Contract (4-6 months)
Come work with us!
Global manufacturers rely on Pleora’s expertise in AI, real-time sensor connectivity, and rugged networking to shorten time-to-market, reduce risk, and lower costs. Established in 2000, the company serves over 1500 active customers in the industrial automation, medical imaging, and security and defense markets. The company’s latest AI solutions include an intuitive “no code” software platform, edge processing, and camera-based visual inspection system to help manufacturers reduce quality errors.
As the leader in high-performance networked video interfaces, Pleora has been at the forefront of the Machine Vision industry for 20 years, focusing on embedded/machine vision, IoT and networked video switching. As a Manufacturing Operator, you will assemble, program and test electro-mechanical assemblies while maintaining Pleora’s high quality standards. You will thrive in a dynamic team environment and effectively multi-task competing priorities.
What you do
Manufactures electro-mechanical assemblies to Pleora’s quality and labour standards
Proactively assesses resource availability (e.g. material, labour, and equipment) and takes action to resolve imbalances
Maintains and improves upon a safe, clean, and organized work environment
Collaborates and performs cross functional work assignments in a small team environment
Maintains and develops skills supporting multiple operations /manufacturing disciplines
Other duties as required of the job
What you need
High school diploma; or combination of education and related work experience
5+ years’ experience in a fast paced electro-mechanical manufacturing team environment
Lean Manufacturing & process improvement experience
High attention to detail & quality
High degree of manual dexterity
Solid interpersonal and communication skills
Experience loading FPGA programming, testing & inspecting printed circuit and mechanical assemblies
Soldering, PCA and mechanical assembly, rework/reconfiguration skills
Knowledge of IPC manufacturing standards and anti-static material handling procedures
Data entry & computer experience (e.g. ERP systems, MS Office suite)
Inventory management skills including; cycle counting, kitting, issuing
Experience in shipping & receiving routines is an asset
Ability to regularly lift and move up to 10 pounds, frequently lift and move up to 25 pounds
Why work at Pleora?
We trust our team – you bring the expertise and drive, we give you the freedom to explore and innovate
Flexible hours and excellent work-life balance – and we mean it!
We offer a diverse and inclusive workplace, in a fast-paced environment without “red tape” – giving you the opportunity to contribute your ideas and make a real contribution to our success.
Apply now to this great opportunity! This job is located in Ottawa (Kanata) office, subject to any temporary arrangements required by COVID-19 safety protocols. Please forward your resume in a PDF attachment to the attention of Human Resources via BambooHR. We’ll review your application and have HR connect with you if you’re a good fit! We sincerely thank you for your interest. Pleora will provide reasonable accommodation to persons with disabilities to allow you to participate in the recruitment process, upon request.
Pleora is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.