Manufacturing Engineer

Advanced Integration Technology Canada Inc. (AITCA) is part of a global provider of turnkey Aerospace Factory Automation, including the design, fabrication, installation and maintenance of fully integrated plant floor systems.  At our facilities in Langley, British Columbia, AIT Canada specializes in high-precision fabrication, machining, and assembly to serve emerging high-technology tooling needs. With on-site manufacturing and the highest aerospace industry standards, AIT Canada maintains strict quality and production control through the entire process, guaranteeing superior product quality and reliability.

We recognize that our employees are integral to the success of our company.  With the continued growth we are experiencing, we are always looking for new talent that will help bring innovative solutions to everything we do.  And as an employee, you will be rewarded with a competitive compensation package and a supportive work environment that promotes personal and professional growth.

We are currently looking for a MANUFACTURING ENGINEER.

As an experienced Manufacturing Engineer, you will act as a focal point for shop support and in cross-mentoring the Mechanical Technologists.  Success in the role requires the incumbent to manage self in the day to day competing priorities, while bringing previous successes as a tool to help build additional structure necessary for continued growth in the company.  Day to day responsibilities include technical problem solving, and a review of project instructions and specifications to identify and plan requirements for fabrication, machining and assembly.  Strong mathematical problem solving skills are necessary.

You have a creative, inquisitive and analytical approach to work and can learn and apply new concepts quickly and effectively.  Your strong interpersonal skills will support you in learning from, and making recommendations to, the team to ensure goals are met or exceeded.  From time to time, you may be required to lead special projects as necessary.

You have a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering and significant technical experience in a manufacturing environment.  You understand lean manufacturing principles and are proficient in Catia, SolidWorks or Autodesk Inventor.

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