Are you looking to join an industry leader and pioneer in the world of industrial robotics?
Novarc Technologies is an award-winning technology company based in North Vancouver, B.C. Since opening its doors Novarc has taken home the Innovation award at the Novarc Vancouver Chamber of Excellence Awards and most recently, first place in the Excellence Technology Innovation Awards (TIA).
Novarc Technologies builds advanced collaborative welding robots for pipe welding applications. Novarc uses sensor-based controls and computer vision with cutting edge software and hardware to improve quality and efficiency of pipe welding. Our main product, Spool Welding Robot (SWR) is a state-of-art collaborative robot that is currently being shipped internationally.
Our benefits include an extended healthcare package, paid time off and great training opportunities. In addition, since we are growing so quickly, our positions offer lots of room for growth – if you are driven and motivated, you’ll go far!
As a growing company, we pride ourselves in our agile approach to exceeding our staff and client needs. We work hard but play hard too! Our Foosball table has collected a little dust lately but we are excited to get back in the game later this year with our weekly lunches, and an inclusive, fun and passionate atmosphere for all involved. Come join our team!
As a Robot Assembly Technician/Technologist, you will be responsible for the timely assembly of the SWR and ensure it is built to the highest standard of quality. The successful candidate will have prior experience in mechanical and electrical assembly and be capable of reading engineering drawings and schematics. The Robot Assembly Technician/Technologist is a critical link in the operations team and will enable the success of the SWR with our clients. Technician expected to help with the internal Quality control process and audits on parts and supplies coming in from vendors as well as final product shipping out to customers.
I would also mention overtime reqd as per business needs
The successful candidate must be able to attend an interview in person and will work out of our North Vancouver, BC office; Monday to Friday.
- Technical training and/or diploma in a related field (mechanical, electronics, mechatronics, or similar)
- Good motor skills and the ability to do fine mechanical assembly.
- Rotary shafts
- Bolted connections
- Precision fits
- Mechanical hand and power tools
- Experience working with electrical assemblies
- Electrical panel building.
- Stripping, crimping and terminating
- Electrical hand and power tools
- Ability to read and carefully follow mechanical and electrical engineering drawings and instructions
- Conduct mechanical and electrical inspections for incoming and outgoing parts.
- Experience in a start-up manufacturing or small scale production environment is a plus
- Strong written and verbal English communication skills
- Capable of working independently to a firm production schedule
- Problem-solving attitude
- Ability to work in an open and honest group on how to improve designs, systems and processes
- Is skilled at using PC based computer software
- PLC Programming experience
- MIG Welding experience
- Forklift use experience
- Fieldwork and equipment installation experience
- Experience optimizing areas for Kanban, inventory, and production layouts
- Ability to occasionally work long days as required to meet production targets
- Experience troubleshooting and point-to-point testing electrical systems
- 8-hour shift, Monday to Friday, starting at 730AM
- Mechanical assembly: 3+ years (Required)
- Electrical system assembly: 2+ years (Required)
Job Type: Full-time
- Dental care
- Discounted or free food
- Employee assistance program
- Extended health care
- Tuition reimbursement
- 8 hour shift
- Monday to Friday
Supplemental pay types:
- Mechanical assembly: 3 years (required)
- Electrical assembly: 2 years (required)