Electronics Support Technician

Title Electronics Support Technician
Location Toronto, Ontario
Job Information


 About the Position

AUG Signals is developing intelligent systems for environmental and transportation monitoring. As an Electronics Support Technician, you will evaluate new sensors and low-power electronic components; assist in assembling PCBs, collecting and analyzing data, as well as test and install environmental sensing equipment in the field.

You will be responsible for:

  • Taking electrical designs from a conceptual stage through to assembly and release
  • Creating validation reports and conducting tests to ensure optimal system performance
  • Working with other team members, contact manufacturers, and vendors to support design and production efforts
  • Field installation and maintenance of online sensing equipment
  • Seeking out and evaluating the latest technologies (including competitive analysis) to determine their potential applications in company projects

About You

You want to work for a small company that dreams big and thinks out of the box. You are driven and think work is more than just a job. You enjoy being surrounded by creative and fun-loving people who are passionate about their work. You are motivated and thrive on solving challenging problems. Lastly, you have some form of higher education and the common sense to support it.

Required Technical Skills:

  • 2+ years experience working with electronic instruments/equipment for industrial and/or scientific applications
  • Hands-on experience soldering electronic components, crimping wires etc. to build electronic circuits
  • Experience with testing electrical circuits, and test equipment (schematic capture, standard power characterization and functional tests using oscilloscopes, DMMs, VNAs)
  • Familiarity with operating principles, design, and integration of online industrial/environmental sensors
  • Bachelor’s degree or college diploma in relevant field


Desired Soft Skills:

  • Proven technical writing and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to work well independently and as part of a team

Bonus points for:

  • Experience with mechanical design, drafting, and prototyping (CAD tools, hands-on experience with building mechanical prototypes and integrating with electronics)
  • Familiarity with various communication protocols and bus technologies (Ethernet, USB, I2C, I2S, LVDS, PCIe, etc.)
  • Valid Ontario driver’s license