Methods Analyst, electrical
ProTech Solutions
Saint-Laurent, QC
Solutions Protech is currently looking for a methods analyst to fill a long-term contract position with one of our aerospace clients in Ville Saint-Laurent.

The daily responsibilities of a methods analyst, electrical:
Identify, analyze and correct non-routine to complex technical issues by using a variety of standards and/or modified engineering methods and techniques;
Provide input in developing new solutions, processes or standards;
Verify and correct new/updated documentation;
Supervise, train and provide technical advice to technical staff;
Develop activity plan and coordinate project with the assistance of more experienced engineers;
Use professional concepts and apply company policies and procedures to resolve a variety of complex situations or problems;
Identify beneficial improvements to processes and products, and make the necessary changes once agreed with the immediate superior;
Develop more complex units with more complex algorithms and techniques;
Participate in code reviews, identify risks, and escalate issues when necessary;
Document own work, including test reports and functional specifications for small or medium complexity systems;
Provide timely and useful information to the project leader to assist with detailed project planning using project management methods and tools.

What sets you apart:
College or bachelor’s degree in avionics, electrical or related field;
At least 2 years of experience in a related role;
Ability to read technical drawings and have good analytical skills;
Good logical competence in electrical;
Good knowledge of CAD software (Catia, SolidWorks or AutoCAD);
Good interpersonal skills;
If you want to work in an innovative company and make the most of your skills, send us your resume without delay. We want to meet you!

If you have the skills and the experience that we are looking for to succeed in this position, please apply online or email your resume to Emie Louangpraseuth.

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