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ABB Measurement and Analytics (IAMA) develops, produces, sells, delivers and services products and solutions to enable industrial and energy customers to operate more efficiently and profitably. We are dedicated to serving our customers with the best digitally enabled solutions to meet their needs quickly and reliably, while providing the support of a global service network.
The quality and innovation of the engineering of our products, systems, and services allows our customers to stay on the cutting edge. Developing solutions for our customers around the world and working on our ground-breaking technologies will stimulate and enrich your work and your mind.
The ABB Measurement & Analytics plant in Québec is one of the world leaders in spectroscopy meeting several industrial analysis needs. Our Contract Engineering Department is Canada’s largest supplier of space optical sensors used for greenhouse gas emissions monitoring and weather forecasting worldwide. Our plant is also known for its expertise in the development and manufacture of various products that meet several industrial sensing products on a daily basis.
By joining one of the largest engineering departments in Québec, you will actively contribute to our clients’ projects, as well as to the research and development of our technology. You will be part of a dynamic and challenging multidisciplinary team.
You will be in charge of mechanical design in the Measurement and Analytics business unit in Quebec City (Canada). Attached to the opto-mechanical group, you will be responsible for the successful and timely delivery of several industrial product development projects, within budget and in accordance with quality and safety guidelines.
- Apply the principles of Design for Manufacturing and Assembly (DFM/DFA).
- Design instruments in conformity with the requirements, costs, and deadlines.
- Choose and optimize the manufacturing processes (CNC machining, molding, folding, 3-D printing, and others).
- Verify and seal plans in accordance with geometric tolerance standard ASME Y14.5M.
- Establish the tolerancing budgets and inspection plans.
- Rigorously document the mechanical design.
- Participate in the multidisciplinary design reviews.
- Establish the test plans for the prototypes and how they are carried out.
- Make lecture-type presentations to clients at critical milestones.
- Actively participate in planning tasks and technical proposals (estimate).
- Provide ad hoc support for production.
- Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering.
- Five to ten years of experience.
- Knowledge of the materials, mechanical manufacturing processes, thermal treatments, and surface treatments.
- Knowledge of CMM inspection.
- Knowledge of standards for manufacturing devices under high-pressure (ASME) or in explosive atmospheres (ATEX).
- Skills for written and oral communication.
- Bilingualism (French/English).
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