Mechatronics Engineer (Burnaby, CA)

Mechatronics Engineer (Burnaby, CA)

Company Information

T2 Systems, Inc., a growing SaaS company, is currently seeking a Mechatronics Engineer to join our team! This role is a great opportunity to enjoy the rewards of a Deloitte & Touché recognized Fast 500 growing technology company.

T2 Systems has been delivering proven parking technology since 1994. Our comprehensive portfolio includes software and hardware used by universities, cities, hospitals, stadiums, and businesses to manage parking. T2 Systems is trusted by close to 400 organizations in the US and Canada. T2 Systems is headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana with its Canadian office located in Burnaby, BC.

Culture, Perks, and Benefits

This full-time permanent position is for our Burnaby office, located in the beautiful Still Creek area.

Compensation includes a competitive salary, vacation, MSP and extended health coverage.

Other cool perks include an in-building gym, onsite RMT, scooters to get around the office, daily shuttle to/from the Sky Train and Brentwood Mall, weekly fruit delivery, pool/ping pong/ foosball tables, RRSP matching, social events, snacks and beverages, beer on tap, and most of all, amazing people to work with!

If you are looking for a new opportunity, we invite you to apply and talk about the possibilities of starting a rewarding new chapter of your career.

Essential Position Functions

The Mechatronics Engineer will play key roles in the development and implementation of design improvements to various products at T2 Systems. The Mechatronics Engineer will also be involved in cost reduction projects of various electromechanical modules.

  • As part of a team, be responsible for the innovative design and development of new products as well as maintenance and improvement of existing designs;
  • Model and analyze products or components using computer-based analysis tools;
  • Design verification through testing for conformance to industry standards;
  • The physical implementation of prototypes;
  • Conduct studies to determine the feasibility, costs, or performance benefits of new products;
  • Develop new electro-mechanical concepts for new product lines (electronics, printed circuit boards, sensors, connectors, cabling, etc.)
  • Design and develop test fixtures (electro-mechanical)
  • Test performance of electrical, electronic, mechanical, or integrated systems or equipment;
  • Ensure that products meet manufacturing requirements (DFM) for ease of assembly, consistent quality, reliability, and cost-effectiveness;
  • Select appropriate materials and determine methods of manufacture;
  • Processing of Engineering Change Request and Notice (ECR / ECN);
  • Implementation of design changes resulting from production feedback;
  • Coordinate with suppliers and vendors to purchase and expedite the delivery of key electromechanical components;
  • Provide support to the production team and manufactures;
  • Ability to take on his/her own projects as well to be able to accept instructions and meet tight deadlines;
  • Drafting as per industry drawing standards and ability to detail using GD&T practices.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Mechatronics Engineering,
  • Minimum 5+ years' experience as a Mechatronics Engineer;
  • Proficiency in SolidWorks is essential; experience in Altium Designer;
  • Experience with UL certification and knowledge of EMI/EMC and other regulatory requirements;
  • PLM exposure and experience preferred;
  • Some hands-on skills, basic machine shop fabrication skills (mill, lathe, sheet metal fabrication), and Quality Control experience;
  • Knowledge of material properties, selection, and sources;
  • Ability to justify design decisions with calculations, analysis, and written documentation;
  • Understanding of high volume manufacturing processes;
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills;
  • Ability to multi-task is a must have.
  • We thank you in advance for your interest in this position; however, only candidates who are considered for an interview will be contacted.
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