Component Engineer
Delta Controls
Surrey, BC

About $57,000 - $79,000 a year

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Delta Controls is looking for a Component Engineer to join the Quality Assurance Hardware team. This is a full time, permanent position, to start as soon as possible. The Component Engineer is responsible for maintaining approved components, usage, cost reduction and lifecycle management. The Component Engineer will provide support for component selection, qualification, and lifecycle management for both off-the-shelf and custom electronic and mechanical components. Start date:ASAPCity:Surrey, BCCountry:CanadaSchedule:Full timeDetails:
Delta Controls is the benchmark for building controls manufacturers, being one of the most respected organizations in our industry, with more than 300 Partners/Distributors in over 80 countries. For more than three decades Delta Controls has offered innovative and exciting building automation solutions for commercial, healthcare, education, leisure buildings and more. As industry leaders, our track record includes delivering the world’s first fully integrated native BACnet building solution encompassing HVAC, lighting and access control products.

As part of Delta Electronics Inc., the global leader in switching power supply solutions and DC brushless fans and an $8+ billion USD organization, Delta Controls is able to bring some of the most energy efficient and sustainable solutions to buildings around the world, working together toward our shared vision of developing technologies aimed at reducing global warming and ensuring a sustainable future for mankind. Delta Electronics products are the most energy efficient power products in the industry and include a comprehensive range of energy management solutions in Industrial Automation, Telecom Power, UPS and Data Center Infrastructure, Automotive Electronics and Energy Storage Systems.

Why work for us!

In-house training, education and opportunities for growth.
Financial benefits such as RRSP matching and life insurance.
Health and family-focused benefits such as extended health, vision and dental benefits with employer paid premiums, onsite fitness center, reimbursement for gym memberships, travel insurance coverage and an Employee Assistance Program.
Our employees are recognized through Service Awards and Employee Referral bonuses.
Our location is transit accessible and we have free on-site parking.
Three weeks of vacation after three years of employment.
Depending on the role, casual or business casual dress is the norm.

Responsibilities:
The Component Engineer is responsible for maintaining approved components, usage, cost reduction and lifecycle management. The Component Engineer will provide support for component selection, qualification, and lifecycle management for both off-the-shelf and custom electronic and mechanical components.

Duties and Responsibilities

Maintaining the Component Manager database to ensure information for all components is complete, correct, and up-to-date.
Reviewing parts selected for new product designs for availability (immediate and long-term) and cost effectiveness, as well as working with the Manufacturing Engineer to ensure compatibility with manufacturing processes.
Minimizing the impact of part obsolescence and unavailability by proactively identifying, testing, and qualifying alternate components.
Assisting the manufacturing division with component yield and test issues.
Developing and maintaining good working relationships with component manufacturers, suppliers, and distributors while ensuring rapid response to, and resolution of issues.
Investigating component quality issues, developing an impact mitigation strategy with Manufacturing, and following investigations with manufacturers/vendors through to a conclusion.
Performing design verification and in-circuit testing for component substitutions.
Working with product management to proactively identify key dates in the lifecycle of products.

Main skills required:
Detail-oriented, systematic, and able to follow tasks through to completion in a timely fashion with minimal oversight.
Solid understanding of electronic theory and critical component parameters.
Proficiency in the use of oscilloscopes, DMMs, power supplies, and other standard test equipment.
Proficient in the use of Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook.
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Able to work independently with minimal supervision.

Qualifications and Experience:
Diploma or degree in electronic engineering or experience equivalent.
Excellent time management skills.
Willingness to learn about both hardware and software.
Years of relevant experience required:3 yearsEducation required:Bachelor's degreeNumber of openings:1Compensation details:
In addition to the competitive compensation package, we also offer a unique work environment that is designed for people who like to work hard and play hard too! Here are just a few examples:

On-site gym and weight room with personal trainers
RRSP matching
Comprehensive extended group health and dental benefits
To apply, go to our careers site at https://careers.deltacontrols.com. Complete or update your profile and submit your application online. Next, go to the applied jobs list to ensure your application has been fully processed. You are also welcome to add or manage job alerts within your candidate account.

Local candidates are preferred. No relocation will be offered for this position. Must be legally-entitled to work in the country where the job is offered, for any employer, without requiring sponsorship. While we will consider all applications, only those short-listed for interviews will be contacted. No phone calls, please. No outside agencies or recruiters, please.