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Job Title:
Electronics Service Technician (Toronto)
Job Type:
Permanent Full Time
City, Province, Location:
Richmond Hill, Ontario, 25B East Pearce Street

Who we are?

For over 50 years Cansel has helped organizations in the engineering, surveying, construction, mining, architecture, manufacturing, printing, utilities, forestry, and government sectors measure, analyze, design, and build more efficiently and profitably. Cansel’s national team of professionals combine software, hardware and services to provide tailored solutions to improve your workflow, from field to finish. For more information, visit us at http://www.cansel.ca.

Position Summary

The Electronics Engineering Technician will be responsible for the diagnosis and repair of various spatial measurement equipment as it pertains to survey, mapping, construction, and related construction equipment.

In this role, you will...

• Troubleshoot equipment
• Estimate service costs
• Bench service and calibrate various measurement equipment in-house including, but not limited to: total stations, optical and digital theodolites, lasers, locators, optical and digital levels, GPS systems, and data collectors
• Maintain company rental equipment fleet
• Update all repair and parts databases and maintain records for inventory control in SAP
• Perform other tasks as assigned or required by the Operations Manager or National Service Manager

About you...

This is a very demanding position and we are looking for an energetic, highly motivated individual able to work in the team environment and also possess the ability to work alone with minimal supervision. The successful candidate will possess:
• Post-secondary education in electronics technology
• Related industry experience is an asset
• Demonstrated knowledge of electronic repair techniques and associated diagnostic repair equipment (knowledge of optical repair techniques and associated optical collimation equipment will set you apart)
• Excellent language communication skills, both written and oral
• Understanding of computer hardware, Windows operating system & I/O interfacing in Windows-based environments.
• Experience with Windows-based software diagnostic utilities and flash-loaders
• Strong diagnostic and analytical skills
• A self-disciplined and self-sufficient work ethic, with multi-faceted organizational skills
• Ability to apply quality-assurance best practices

Why choose us?

Cansel offers a competitive compensation package, Flexible health and dental benefits, and more. With us, you will have unbeatable career potential in an industry-leading organization consistently expanding its horizons through ongoing acquisitions of businesses and new products.

We are unique, innovative, and always deliver to our customers, so it only stands to reason that we want unique, innovative, and service-oriented individuals on our team – that’s where you come in. If you identify with the opportunities and challenges of this role and want to discuss what you bring to the table, apply today and pursue excellence with Cansel, your way.

Cansel is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and of the broad diversity of its employees. All qualified applicants will receive equal consideration for employment regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, disability, or age.