Electronics Technician

Toronto, ON


Opto-Electronics Technician



As a global leader in precision measurement sensing technologies, we address an expanding array of applications in which accuracy, reliability, and repeatability make the difference. Whether it is in the design and safety of new generations of cars, trucks and planes, or optimizing advanced medical equipment and consumer products, our deep engineering expertise is making the world safer, smarter, and productive.

We are a major worldwide supplier of force sensors and advanced opto-electronic instrumentation. In business for almost 70 years, we are acknowledged by our metals industry customers to be a world leader in the design, development and manufacture of innovative, high quality and industrial instrumentation.

We have facilities and operations spread around the globe and there is one consistent thread that ties everything together and ensures our continued success: Our People.

We are looking for a motivated Opto-Electronics Technician to join our team!



The Opto-Electronics Technician is responsible for the assembly, alignment, calibration and testing of test of electro-mechanical and electronic assemblies and sub-assemblies to be used in sensors.



  • Physical assembly and prepare assemblies and sub-assemblies for various tests.
  • Physically inspect, functionally test and set up printed circuit boards and systems, following prescribed procedures.
  • Troubleshoot units both mechanical and electrical. Repair defective units, consulting with Engineering on complex problems.
  • Monitor tests and record required data on prescribed forms. Prepare proper written records of all test results, using prescribed forms.



  • Technician diploma
  • Good manual dexterity and a strong mechanical and opto-mechanical aptitude.
  • Must have good analog and digital electronics knowledge and good troubleshooting abilities to the component level.
  • Must be able to work from schematics, assembly drawings, test and manufacturing procedures. 
  • Must be fully conversant with all test equipment, i.e. scopes, analyzers, etc.
  • Good knowledge of optics and lasers.
  • Must have good soldering skills.



  • Competitive benefits package
  • Extended health and life insurance
  • Extended vision and dental
  • Company matching RRSP 
  • Two weeks paid vacation plus additional floaters
  • Christmas holiday shutdown
  • Good team environment and great company culture
  • Clean, bright, air-conditioned environment
  • On-site parking 
  • All PPE provided by company


Vishay Precision Group Canada ULC (KELK)

Vishay Precision Group Canada ULC (KELK)


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