Process Technician (Electronic Assembly)
Dormakaba Group
Montréal, QC
Reporting to the Director PCB Production and Process Engineering, you will be responsible for the technical support of the Surface Mount Technology and specifically the PCB manufacturing equipment.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Implement the programming for various production equipment such as Selective soldering, Automated Optical Inspection (AOI) machine, Surface Mount P&P, and the Automatic Coating Application equipment.
Support the production of the electronic assembly, the process, and its related work methods.
Establish the electronic assembly process and improve the existing ones.
Initiate and drive projects such as productivity (lean manufacturing), continuous improvement and cost reduction program,
Active participation in the introduction of new products.
Job Requirements
Bachelor or College degree in Electronics, Industrial or automated production,
5 years in a position linked to an SMT manufacturing environment
Experience in the programming of selective soldering equipment.
Bilingualism, oral and written,
Computer literacy (Office, Autocad, ERP, and MRP Systems),
Solid working experience in a lean and continuous improvement environment,
Good analytical capability,
Results oriented
Creative and problem-solving capabilities
Teamwork,
Capacity to work with different people at different levels in the organization,
Autonomous and proactive,
Strong multitasking abilities,
Must be willing to comply with pre-employment screening, including but not limited to, reference verification and the background check
Must have unrestricted Canadian work authorization
Add or send if possible two versions of your CV (French and English) cv.ca@dormakaba.com or visit www.dormakaba.com.

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