Core Responsibilities

  • Perform robotic programming (for robots such as Fanuc, ABB, Kawasaki, and Motoman), including the following:
    • Simulation programs
    • Robotic dress
    • Robotic safety setup
  • Develop and implement standard engineering practices and provide detailed documentation upon project completion
  • Develop logic for simulation programs
  • Setting up communication to PLC and auxiliary devices
  • Support the installation of tooling in the customer plant
  • Ensure that all off-line and on-line robot programs developed are efficient and that they adhere to the standards and needs of the customer and company
  • Introduce programming improvements in robotic systems that are consistent with customer changes or manufacturing needs
  • Implement application requirements related to robotic welding, joining, sealing and material handling functions
  • Identify spot welding locations as defined by weld data sheets and other technical data
  • De-bug, tryout and verify I/O signals and interference zones in the system
  • Maintain frequent communication with mechanical and controls design personnel, as well as with manufacturing personnel, throughout the entire programming, dressing and tryout phases of installation
  • Provide complete documentation of the robotic procedure, including a printout of robot path programs and all associated data fields
  • Lead training of robot end users through the provision of instruction, advice and feedback to minimize downtime and enable users to quickly achieve full productive capacity while remaining compliant to established regulatory and customer safety protocols and regulations
  • Represent our company at customer locations, using results-driven problem solving skills and techniques while promoting our company interests and maintaining a strong customer focus
  • Perform other duties as required and as directed by Leadership
  • Has the authority and obligation to stop production in case unsafe working condition are observed
  • Has the obligation to notify his or her supervisor and/or a member of the Joint Health and Safety Committee of any safety related matter requiring immediate attention

Qualifications and Skills

  • Completed college or university program in Electrical Engineering/Technology, Mechatronics, Industrial Automation, Robotic Studies or other similar field of study
  • Minimum of six (6) years practical experience designing, installing, commissioning, servicing and troubleshooting pneumatic, mechanical and electronic automated equipment in an industrial or manufacturing environment
  • Proven ability to prioritize plans of action to accomplish objectives
  • Excellent written and oral communications with the ability to manage, successfully, the customer relations function as it relates to the estimating process
  • Ability and a willingness to travel out-of-country to customer locations on service assignments that may last over a prolonged period of time
  • Proven ability to work well within in a team-based work environment

To Apply: Please send your resumes to [email protected]

We are proud to support the full inclusion of persons with disabilities as set out in the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005. We are committed to ensuring the workplace is free from discrimination. During our hiring process, we will notify job applicants that accommodations are available upon request. If a selected job applicant requests accommodation, we will consult with the individual and provide or arrange for the appropriate accommodation taking into account the applicant’s disability-related needs.

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