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JOB DESCRIPTION:

*** Please note that the occupation of Electrical Engineering Technologist corresponds to the occupation of Electronic - Optronic Technician in the Canadian Armed Forces.

By applying for this job, you are applying for a military job.

For an arsenal system to be accurate it needs necessarily meticulous adjustments. Electronic-Optronic technicians maintain, repair and modify fire control systems to ensure ammunitions precisely hit the intended targets.

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TASKS:
  • Inspect, test, identify faults in, adjust, repair, recondition and modify electrical, electromechanical, electronic, electro-optic and mechanical equipment, optical instruments, and control systems for weapons and missiles
  • Repair surveillance and thermal observation systems
  • Maintain vehicle satellite navigation systems
  • Maintain fibre-optic systems
  • Repair laser systems
  • Maintain optical, electrical and electronic test equipment
  • Repair portable and trailer-mounted power-generating systems
  • Operate and maintain general-purpose and specialized tools and equipment
  • Drive military-pattern vehicles

CONDITIONS:

WORK SCHEDULE

  • In the Regular Force, members work on bases and stations across Canada and on operational deployments around the world.
  • In the Reserve Force, members adapt their schedule to suit their needs. They can choose to work full time or part time on a voluntary basis.


SALARY

  • For the REGULAR FORCE, the salary varies between $38016,00 and $116040,00/year depending on experience.
  • For the Reserve Force, the salary varies between $101.96 and $295.04 per day.


The salary increases according to the rank and experience of the military at the applicable rate of pay. For more information on pay rates, visit the following link:

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WORKPLACE

  • In the Regular Force, members work on bases and stations across Canada and on operational deployments around the world.
  • In the Reserve Force, members have the opportunity to work only in their own region.

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Work environment

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Requested skills

The minimum requirements for enrollment in the Canadian Armed Forces are:

• To be aged between 16 and 57 years old
• To be a Canadian citizen
• To have obtained at least 24 Secondary 4 and/or 5 and/or Professionnal Education credits; OR Have obtained an Equivalence Certificate of Secondary Education (AENS-TENS); OR Have acquired General Educational Development (GED)

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Equal Opportunity Employer

This employer is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity and inclusion. We are pleased to consider all qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, protected veterans status, Aboriginal/Native American status or any other legally-protected factors. Disability-related accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.


Requirements

Level of education

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Diploma

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Work experience (years)

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