• Full Time
  • Windsor

Tessonics Inc.

Job Summary:Tessonics Inc. produces Ultrasonic Testing Equipment for both the Industrial and Medical sectors. The candidate will need to be detail-oriented and patient to perform their work of assembling, testing, repairing and installing ultrasonic cables in Tessonics' products.Responsibilities:Assembly of ultrasonic transducers using multi-stage process including- Testing piezo-electric materials;- Preparation of high accuracy proportion mixtures of epoxy, metal powders and other components;- Filling specially prepared molds with mixture and baking in the oven;- Soldering cables and tiny components;- Testing of components at different stages of assembly and final testing.- Integration of the transducer into different kinds of housing and fixture for commercial application in industrial and clinical environments.- Quality test of assembled ultrasonic probes before sending to end user.- Assembly of electronic devices from components ordered from third-party suppliers.- Install, terminate, and test ultrasonic cables for core product line- Troubleshoot and repair cable faults and issues- Maintain accurate documentation of all repairs, upgrades and work- Adhere to safety protocols and guidelines while working with electrical equipmentRequirements:- Assembling simple electronic and electric devices- Excellent eyesight (naturally or with corrective lenses)- Strong attention to detail- Capable of performing repetitive tasks- Patience- Excellent hygienic practices- Familiarity with the use and operation of a multimeter- Knowledge of basics of electric/electronic devices- A general mechanical aptitude and ability to use common hand and power tools ie. Screwdriver, ratchet set, tap and tie set, drill press, bandsaw- Basic experience with solid/CAD modelling and 3D printing of enclosures, jigs, etc.- Ability to create technical documentation for products and a habit of documenting own work- Electronics prototyping abilities including fine pitch soldering and familiarity with basic electronics lab equipment: Power supply, Oscilloscope, Function Generator, etc.- Competency using basic office productivity software, i.e. Word, Excel or open source equivalents- General knowledge of Windows administration, driver instillation, troubleshooting, networking, etc.- Familiarity with low voltage systems and electrical wiring- Ability to work independently with minimal supervision- Excellent problem-solving skills and attention to detail- Effective communication skills to interact with clients and team membersBenefits:- Competitive salary based on experience- Paid time offThe candidate is expected to be handy and feel comfortable while operating with small objects and soldering them as a routine everyday process. The candidate's responsibilities will include the above mentioned items involving all stages of transducer assembly and testing.The final product will be installed into either bio-medical or industrial systems for subsequent use in non-invasive or non-destructive testing.If you have the required skills and experience for this position, we encourage you to apply. We are an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity in the workplace.Job Types: Full-time, PermanentPay: $20.00-$25.00 per hourExpected hours: 40 per weekBenefits:Casual dressCompany eventsOn-site parkingPaid time offFlexible Language Requirement:French not requiredSchedule:Monday to FridaySupplemental pay types:Bonus payWork Location: In person

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