RBR creates instruments to measure the blue planet. From the ocean abyss to the polar ice cap, our sensors track water parameters such as temperature, depth, salinity, dissolved gases, and many others. RBR equipment enables researchers to develop innovative measurement solutions that are deployed in the surf zone, mounted on underwater drones, dropped out of planes, towed behind boats, and sent to the bottom of the deep ocean.
As a Mechanical Technologist at RBR, you will work in conjunction with the operation team to deliver high quality products. The key responsibility for the Mechanical Technologist will be to ensure the instrument cases ordered by our customers are designed and built to the highest standard and ensure these are ready on time. In addition, the role will involve performing incoming quality inspection of machined parts provided by our suppliers.
Over the last five years, we’ve grown 20% annually and are now ~70 people. We’ve been recognized for three years by Growth 500 and have won a Best Ottawa Business Award.
We provide a balanced work environment complete with a very competitive compensation package.
- Run the custom case work centre:
- Design cases to fit customer needs using SolidWorks;
- Create CAM programs for making cases using Fusion360;
- Set up and operate CNC routing machine operating on Mach3;
- Perform assembly / fabrication of instrument cases for shipping our products in a timely manner;
- Perform incoming inspection of machined parts from our suppliers.
- Post-secondary education in mechanical engineering technology or the equivalent;
- Experience with SolidWorks is essential while experience with CAM software and Mach3 machine control welcomed;
- Proficient in the use of measuring and controlling equipment;
- Ability to multitask and thrive in a fast-paced work environment;
- Self-starter; able to plan working tasks around a busy schedule with minimal input;
- Proficient with the use of power and hand tools;
- Proficient in using a Micrometer and Vernier Caliper.
- Minimum of two years of related work experience;
- Experience with 3D printers both FDM (cartesian and delta) and SLA;
- Experience with design for a marine environment;
- Experience working in a paint or powder coating environment.
To apply, you must prepare a cover letter that explains why you want to work at RBR and what you can uniquely contribute to the team. In addition, as part of our screening process, we require you to complete a personality profile questionnaire using this link. http://www.profileperformancesystem.com/survey.html?SL=61472
For more information about RBR, visit our website at www.rbr-global.com