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Engineering

Component Engineer
Location Surrey, BC, Canada
Company Delta Controls
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.

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.

 

 
 

Information Technology / Information Services

Quality Assurance Specialist, Information Systems
Location Surrey, BC, Canada
Company Delta Controls
Are you inspired by finding solutions to issues that you know will make people’s lives easier? How about testing and strategizing plans for software to make systems as efficient as possible? Delta Controls is looking for an Information Systems Quality Assurance Specialist, responsible for ensuring that the numerous Delta Controls Corporate software systems meet the needs and requirements of its end-users, enabling us to reach our goal of making Delta Controls easier to do business with than any of our competition.

In order to accomplish this task, the IS QA Specialist must be proficient in test methods and procedures, and be able to extensively test and evaluate all software systems to ensure they meet design specifications, and are suitable for their intended application. This includes designing test plans and strategies with mindset of finding ways in which a software system doesn't work, as opposed to showing that it does, and documenting all test results in logs and reports; identifying bugs and operational anomalies, recording them electronically for resolution by the IS Team, and verifying bug resolutions will satisfy the intended customers' needs.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Estimating test development on projects or features sets.
  • Designing /creating test strategies and test plans for IS development projects.
  • Designing, developing, and maintaining automated test scripts.
  • Manual and automated test execution.
  • Providing detailed reports on progress and status of the product from a SQA perspective.
  • Testing software with the understanding of what bugs are critical to the end-user.
  • Creating and maintaining written test documentation.
  • Creating new entries in our bug tracking database for any new bugs identified in the system.
  • Verifying bug fixes are satisfactory on newly transferred builds.
  • Troubleshooting complex problems in software.
  • Acting as a resource to other departments on Delta corporate applications.
  • Identifying deficiencies in the test suite and ensures they are resolved.
  • Identifying usability problems and making suggestions for improvement.
 
 

Web Developer
Location Surrey, BC, Canada
Company Delta Controls
Delta Controls, a leader in building automation systems (BAS), is looking for a Web Developer to join our Information Systems team developing customer-focused web applications.

As a Web Developer with the Delta Controls Information Systems team, you work with your project team to create leading-edge customer-focused web applications, that enable Delta Controls to be easier to do business with than any of the competition. Your versatility and adaptability are very important as you work on rapidly evolving products in a rapidly evolving industry.

The developers in the IS team are passionate about developing new and innovative solutions for access control, security and surveillance. As a Web Software Developer you will initially work on designing and implementing the API for our Online Ordering platform, enabling our world-wide network of customers to integrate their ERP systems to ours.

You will actively participate in all stages of the development process such as brainstorming ideas, design, implementation, QA testing, functional reviews and continuous improvement. If you get excited about designing world class user experiences, as well as continue to grow and learn new skills, please consider joining Information Systems at Delta Controls!

Duties may include but are not limited to:

  • Working with UI/UX Designers on conceptual design of new products.
  • Taking ownership for individual features from requirements to completion while continually striving for a high quality user experience.
  • Employing leading-edge tools and techniques to create innovative Web Server and Mobile Applications.
  • Development of highly interactive AJAX web client application components. E.g. Dynamic Charts, Dashboard, Real-time data presentation.
  • Working with the Web Team to create customer focused web applications on multiple OS platforms (Windows and Linux).
  • Developing server-side support for the UI team to create innovative Web Server and Mobile Applications.
  • Developing secure web server applications (avoiding cross-site scripting, SQL injection, etc., vulnerabilities).
  • Development of REST API according to published standards.
 
 

Sales

Business Development Manager
Location Remotely, Eastern and Western, United States
Company Delta Controls
Delta Controls Inc. is looking for a Business Development Manager to join our USA based Sales Team. The Business Development Manager (BDM) will prospect, formulate solutions, propose and close new opportunities with major accounts on a nation-wide basis.

The Business Development Manager (BDM) plans, directs, and controls the sales of Delta Controls product and/or services on a national basis with national organizations and large end user clients or market segment, and also develops new pull-through business. The successful candidate can be based from any location in the US that is near a major airport.

  • Develops relative sales objectives, plans, programs, and budgets.
  • Directs sales operations through a combination of direct sales activities to key stakeholder customer groups and through the sales arm of Delta Controls independent distributor network.
  • Generates new business through the promotion of Delta Controls products.
  • Prospects for new owner-direct, national account opportunities.  Develops the relationships with the client and closes opportunities resulting in new business.  
  • Participate in major sales presentations to key stakeholder groups- can be in the presence of the Partner or not. May involve joint target selling with Delta Partners or Delta Group Business Units.
  • Represent Delta in National or targeted market trade shows.
  • May review and evaluate client specifications and coordinate in-house resources to satisfy client needs.
  • Review system layout and system applications during the sales process.
  • Vertical market definition and development of business development initiatives for same.
  • Candidate will be responsible for forecasting, quoting and closing long-term projects with multiple accounts. 
  • Regularly communicate with the management team regarding opportunities in play, forecasts and current sales progress using our CRM system and sales reporting tools.
 
 

Software Development

Software Developer in Test
Location Surrey, BC, Canada
Company Delta Controls
Our Product Development team has openings for Software Developer in Test to be based in our Surrey, BC offices (Cloverdale/Langley border). This is a full-time, permanent position to start as soon as possible.
  • Work closely with test leads and developers to design test plan strategies based on design documentation and requirements.
  • Verify that new features are fully implemented and will meet our customer’s needs.
  • Maintains test plans for changes in the product.
  • Develop and maintain automated test scripts.
  • Manual and automated test execution.
  • Record test results and track issues for resolution.
  • Verifies defect fixes are satisfactory on new builds.
  • Contribute to the creation of designs for production software with a focus on testability, robustness, and performance.
  • Ensures that product development teams are using best practices in software development.
  • Provide test status and updates on an ongoing basis.
  • Regularly identifies usability problems and make suggestions for improvement.
  • Identifies and utilizes any hooks or test shells that may be added to the product to aid in testing.
  • Regularly identifies usability problems and make suggestions for improvement.
  • Ensures that product development teams are following software development processes.
  • System specialist who acts as a resource to other departments on product functionality.
 
 

Software Quality Assurance Specialist
Location Surrey, BC, Canada
Company Delta Controls
Our Product Development team has openings for Software Quality Assurance Specialists with Junior through Intermediate experience levels to be based in our Surrey, BC offices (Cloverdale/Langley border). This is a full-time, permanent position to start as soon as possible.
  • Work closely with test leads and developers to design test plan strategies based on design documentation and requirements.
  • Verify that new features are fully implemented and will meet our customer’s needs.
  • Maintains test plans for changes in the product.
  • Develop and maintain automated test scripts.
  • Manual and automated test execution.
  • Record test results and track issues for resolution.
  • Verifies defect fixes are satisfactory on new builds.
  • Contribute to the creation of designs for production software with a focus on testability, robustness, and performance.
  • Ensures that product development teams are using best practices in software development.
  • Provide test status and updates on an ongoing basis.
  • Regularly identifies usability problems and make suggestions for improvement.
  • Identifies and utilizes any hooks or test shells that may be added to the product to aid in testing.
  • Regularly identifies usability problems and make suggestions for improvement.
  • Ensures that product development teams are following software development processes.
  • System specialist who acts as a resource to other departments on product functionality.
 
 

Supply Chain / Purchasing / Logistics / Shipping / Receiving

Material Handler (Shipper / Receiver / Warehouse)
Location Surrey, BC, Canada
Company Delta Controls
Delta Controls is looking to build its Material Handling team for our Surrey, BC office (Cloverdale/Langley border). This is a full-time, permanent position. Cycle Counting will be a key part of this role to ensure inventory is counted and verified as determined by the Cycle Count Calendar. Hours for this position are 7:30AM – 4:00PM Monday to Friday and overtime may be required from time to time. We are transit accessible.

The Material Handler supports the continuity of production by the distribution of raw materials, sub-assemblies, consumables or other items as required daily/weekly to various production areas.  The material release or replenishment will be triggered by work orders, customer orders, production signals, and/or otherwise.

The Material Handler is responsible for inventory management and accuracy.  Cycle Counting will be a key part of this role to ensure inventory is counted and verified as determined by the Cycle Count Calendar.  All counts will be recorded and variances will be reviewed and approved by management as required. 

  • Pick, stage and deliver materials based on upcoming work orders to production areas as required.
  • Inventory management thru cycle counting of all materials.
  • Mark reels, cartons or other containers with identifying information if and when required.
  • Utilize protective devices— straps, etc.—to prevent damage to items during transport if required.
  • Maintains inventory by identifying, labeling, and placing materials and supplies in stock; recording location of inventory.
  • Maintains in-process inventory at work centers by delivering and opening materials and supplies.
  • Updates internal systems with the movement of materials by transferring items to various inventory sites as needed.
  • Receives return materials from production by verifying materials; part number, quantity and lot number prior to placing materials in stock.
  • Follow written or oral instructions/priorities regarding daily tasks and job duties.
  • All other duties as assigned.
 
 

Other

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Location Surrey, BC, Canada
Company Delta Controls
This is a general call for resumes for all positions at Delta Controls, primarily in our Surrey, BC location.
 
 

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Production Worker
Location Surrey, BC, Canada
Company Delta Controls
Delta Controls is looking for Production Workers for our Surrey, BC office (Cloverdale/Langley border). This is a full-time, permanent position to start ASAP.

Production Workers work in different areas of Delta Controls manufacturing department, the initial focus of this position will be in Final Assembly. Production Workers are trained in multiple areas and from time to time may be moved to another department. Production Workers duties will change due to experience, training and ability. Some of the duties and responsibilities of this position will include: 

  • Initiating action to prevent problems within the product, process or quality system.
  • Documenting problems within the product, process or quality system.
  • Contributing to the solution of problems.
  • Verifying the implementation of corrective action.
  • Controlling further processing until the problem is corrected.
  • Perform component verification. 
  • Set up jobs according to documentation and examples.
  • Verify machine setup to documentation.
  • Replenishing machine inventory.
  • Prepare electronic components.
  • Operate basic hand tools - manual and electric.
  • Package products required in a suitable manner.
  • May be required to perform other related duties as assigned.
 
 

Admin and Office (ex. Finance, HR, Payroll, Accounting, IT, IS)

Buyer
Location Surrey, BC, Canada
Company Delta Controls
The Buyer will be responsible for purchasing, reviewing material requirements, maintaining component level planning details, inventory management and supplier management. This is a full-time, permanent position to start as soon as possible.

The Buyer will be responsible for purchasing, reviewing material requirements, maintaining component level planning details, inventory management and supplier management.

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Manage a portfolio of materials and suppliers to ensure that both Production, Partner and Project objectives are met.
  • Negotiate best achievable material pricing and payment/delivery terms.
  • Ensure that purchases of all components are of high quality.
  • Create RFQ packages for required materials or source special materials when necessary.
  • Support the design and implementation of a Supplier Performance Management System.
  • Participate in a supplier selection process, including participation in supplier audits and ongoing supplier performance management.
  • Proactively communicate potential issues and interruptions in supply.
  • Identify new or alternate sources of supply, including both onshore and offshore possibilities, targeting lower end to end cost of supply and alignment with long-term supply chain strategies.
  • Work in a team environment to optimize supplier quality, on-time delivery, lead time and cost.
  • Work with other functional areas across the organization to solve any issues related to material supply, quality and including discrepancies against orders or invoices.
  • Be a key interface from Supply Chain to support the Quality Management System and Certifications.
  • Support the periodic review and updating of all policies, procedures, and work instructions related to procurement and ensure they reflect current practices.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.
  • Determine purchasing needs, analyze quotes, cost & product availability and recommend and initiate purchase of materials.
  • Ensure components are delivered in a timely manner and expedite as required
  • Manage the forecasting and purchasing of components; review critical component usage reports
  • Track the progress of scheduled deliveries and ensure promise dock dates are kept up to date.
  • Manage inventory levels to align with established functional or corporate goals.
  • Manage the part number details with respect to purchasing and planning in the MRP system and ancillary programs.
  • Review and analyze material replenishment targets.
  • Actively manage open supply Purchase Orders with respect to delivery dates.
 
 

Video Marketing Specialist
Location Surrey, BC, Canada
Company Delta Controls
Delta Controls is hiring a Video Marketing Specialist based in our Surrey, BC offices (Cloverdale/Langley border). This is a full-time, permanent position to start as soon as possible.

We’re looking for a full-time videographer and animator. We want candidates that are excited to take a project from concept to post-production and distribution. Are you inquisitive? Friendly? Love working with a team, but aren’t afraid to take on your own projects? Then show us your reel and join the team!

Job Summary

The Video Marketing Specialist develops custom animation and video content for products, company promotion, and recruitment. This person is responsible for film planning, production, and editing. They’re also responsible for the planning and creation of animated video. This role requires extreme creativity and excellent planning and process.

 
 

Warehouse Staff

Material Handler (Shipper / Receiver / Warehouse)
Location Surrey, BC, Canada
Company Delta Controls
Delta Controls is looking to build its Material Handling team for our Surrey, BC office (Cloverdale/Langley border). This is a full-time, permanent position. Cycle Counting will be a key part of this role to ensure inventory is counted and verified as determined by the Cycle Count Calendar. Hours for this position are 7:30AM – 4:00PM Monday to Friday and overtime may be required from time to time. We are transit accessible.

The Material Handler supports the continuity of production by the distribution of raw materials, sub-assemblies, consumables or other items as required daily/weekly to various production areas.  The material release or replenishment will be triggered by work orders, customer orders, production signals, and/or otherwise.

The Material Handler is responsible for inventory management and accuracy.  Cycle Counting will be a key part of this role to ensure inventory is counted and verified as determined by the Cycle Count Calendar.  All counts will be recorded and variances will be reviewed and approved by management as required. 

  • Pick, stage and deliver materials based on upcoming work orders to production areas as required.
  • Inventory management thru cycle counting of all materials.
  • Mark reels, cartons or other containers with identifying information if and when required.
  • Utilize protective devices— straps, etc.—to prevent damage to items during transport if required.
  • Maintains inventory by identifying, labeling, and placing materials and supplies in stock; recording location of inventory.
  • Maintains in-process inventory at work centers by delivering and opening materials and supplies.
  • Updates internal systems with the movement of materials by transferring items to various inventory sites as needed.
  • Receives return materials from production by verifying materials; part number, quantity and lot number prior to placing materials in stock.
  • Follow written or oral instructions/priorities regarding daily tasks and job duties.
  • All other duties as assigned.
 
 

Production Worker
Location Surrey, BC, Canada
Company Delta Controls
Delta Controls is looking for Production Workers for our Surrey, BC office (Cloverdale/Langley border). This is a full-time, permanent position to start ASAP.

Production Workers work in different areas of Delta Controls manufacturing department, the initial focus of this position will be in Final Assembly. Production Workers are trained in multiple areas and from time to time may be moved to another department. Production Workers duties will change due to experience, training and ability. Some of the duties and responsibilities of this position will include: 

  • Initiating action to prevent problems within the product, process or quality system.
  • Documenting problems within the product, process or quality system.
  • Contributing to the solution of problems.
  • Verifying the implementation of corrective action.
  • Controlling further processing until the problem is corrected.
  • Perform component verification. 
  • Set up jobs according to documentation and examples.
  • Verify machine setup to documentation.
  • Replenishing machine inventory.
  • Prepare electronic components.
  • Operate basic hand tools - manual and electric.
  • Package products required in a suitable manner.
  • May be required to perform other related duties as assigned.
 
 

Electronics

Component Engineer
Location Surrey, BC, Canada
Company Delta Controls
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.

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.

 

 
 

Production Worker
Location Surrey, BC, Canada
Company Delta Controls
Delta Controls is looking for Production Workers for our Surrey, BC office (Cloverdale/Langley border). This is a full-time, permanent position to start ASAP.

Production Workers work in different areas of Delta Controls manufacturing department, the initial focus of this position will be in Final Assembly. Production Workers are trained in multiple areas and from time to time may be moved to another department. Production Workers duties will change due to experience, training and ability. Some of the duties and responsibilities of this position will include: 

  • Initiating action to prevent problems within the product, process or quality system.
  • Documenting problems within the product, process or quality system.
  • Contributing to the solution of problems.
  • Verifying the implementation of corrective action.
  • Controlling further processing until the problem is corrected.
  • Perform component verification. 
  • Set up jobs according to documentation and examples.
  • Verify machine setup to documentation.
  • Replenishing machine inventory.
  • Prepare electronic components.
  • Operate basic hand tools - manual and electric.
  • Package products required in a suitable manner.
  • May be required to perform other related duties as assigned.
 
 

Electrical Engineer

Component Engineer
Location Surrey, BC, Canada
Company Delta Controls
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.

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.

 

 
 

Electronic Assembly

Production Worker
Location Surrey, BC, Canada
Company Delta Controls
Delta Controls is looking for Production Workers for our Surrey, BC office (Cloverdale/Langley border). This is a full-time, permanent position to start ASAP.

Production Workers work in different areas of Delta Controls manufacturing department, the initial focus of this position will be in Final Assembly. Production Workers are trained in multiple areas and from time to time may be moved to another department. Production Workers duties will change due to experience, training and ability. Some of the duties and responsibilities of this position will include: 

  • Initiating action to prevent problems within the product, process or quality system.
  • Documenting problems within the product, process or quality system.
  • Contributing to the solution of problems.
  • Verifying the implementation of corrective action.
  • Controlling further processing until the problem is corrected.
  • Perform component verification. 
  • Set up jobs according to documentation and examples.
  • Verify machine setup to documentation.
  • Replenishing machine inventory.
  • Prepare electronic components.
  • Operate basic hand tools - manual and electric.
  • Package products required in a suitable manner.
  • May be required to perform other related duties as assigned.
 
 

Product Management

Product Manager
Location Surrey, BC, Canada
Company Delta Controls
Delta Controls is hiring a Product Manager to fill an opening at our organization. This would be an external-facing role based on creating, launching, and supporting the sales of product solutions.
  • Develop and maintain overall product plans for the assigned product platforms.  This requires a thorough review and analysis of market needs, trends, and other data procured from Product Strategists.
  • Evaluation of product vision and scope to define high level and detailed requirements for product implementation. This will require the Product Manager to interview user groups, meet with customers and develop use cases.
  • Analysis of incoming feature requests, bug reports, and customer needs.
  • Coordinate with other business units to ensure system architectural compatibility and efficiency of development.
  • Work with the development team to ensure adherence to product vision and scope throughout development cycle.
  • Coordinate product releases, including documentation and announcements.
  • Overall responsibility for each of the products in your product platform, from conception to release.  This also includes all aspects of functionality, quality, packaging, documentation etc.
  • Provide use-case requirements to be leveraged for development of your products’ user interfaces.  User Interface design will be reviewed by the project team, Customer Solutions and the Director of Product Management for ease of use, and quality.
  • Coordinate research on new products and innovative technologies for use with the Delta product line. Attend relevant trade shows or external customer meetings pertaining to the assigned product lines.
  • Ensure that the technical content of your assigned product platform on Delta’s corporate web sites are current and accurate.
  • Work with the Manufacturing team to create product numbers for all introduced products.
  • Work with Sales, Marketing and Product Strategists to develop product pricing strategy for existing and new products.
  • Provide guidance and direction on the functional test plans as performed by Quality Assurance.
  • Coordinate Beta site delivery of the product as well as collection of Beta feedback.
  • Provide guidance and direction to the Technical Writers.  Accountable for ensuring that the quality of the technical documents produced by the tech writers is of a professional level, and that content is suitable for the intended audience.
  • Work with the development team to create application demos and the content for product demos.
  • Manage feature requests during the lifecycle of the product lines.
  • Some business travel, as required.  
  • May be required to perform other related duties as assigned.