CMC is a company recognized worldwide for its innovative spirit and excellence in the design and manufacture of its integrated cockpit and avionics solutions and state-of-the-art displays for the commercial and military aviation markets.
This is a unique opportunity to be part of the CMC Electronics family in an experienced and motivated team mastering the latest design technologies. In addition, you will be called upon to put your knowledge and know-how to good use.
Why join our circuit board team?
The Circuit board Assembler will have the opportunity to support the routine activities of repairing wafers and their components, for avionic.
As a Circuit board Assembler your day-to-day responsibilities will include:
- Installs wires, soft soldering and assembly of all complex sub-assemblies or electrical units ;
- Perform simple repairs or modifications such as replacement or addition of parts or components, requiring no significant dismantling ;
- Occasionally makes mechanical adjustments that require small adjustments.
To join our team, you must :
- High school diploma;
- 3 months of experience ;
- Attestation or relevant experience in hand-held soldering according to the J-STD001D (asset).
What does a career at CMC Electronics involves ?
- An opportunity to work for a defense employer that has been identified as a critical service during the pandemic ;
- Competitive total compensation (with group insurance and pension fund) and an employee assistance program (EAP) ;
- Opportunities to advance your career.
What we are known for:
CMC Electronics (CMC) has earned an international reputation for innovation and excellence in the design, manufacture and support of electronic products for the aviation market. CMC is focused on delivering innovative avionics and systems integration solutions to commercial and military customers worldwide. Its main facilities are located in Montreal, Quebec; Ottawa, Ontario; and Chicago, Illinois.
CMC is committed to the principle of employment equity and the Equal Opportunity Program and encourages designated group members to apply