Corvus Energy is currently seeking team-oriented individuals who believe that they can add value to our team and for our customers. Through the development, production and marketing of systems to reduce the need for fossil fuels in heavy industrial applications, their efforts will be rewarded by the knowledge that future generations will benefit.

Corvus Energy provides a fun, stimulating workplace that inspires its employees to collaborate with one another to develop a big picture technology that enables the heaviest of industries to reduce emissions and also save money.

FEATURED JOB POSTINGS (scroll down for requirements):

RICHMOND CANADA OFFICE

General Labourer – PM Shift

Mechanical Assembler – Day Shift

Mechanical Assembler – PM Shift

Plant Manager – Vancouver

Procurement Specialist/Expeditor

Strategic Sourcing Specialist – Contract Manufacturing

Supplier Quality Engineer

 

New Career Opportunity: General Labourer – PM Shift [Richmond, BC, Canada]

Position Summary: 

The General Factory Labourer assists and supports the shipping and receiving team and the mechanical assemblers.

Responsibilities:

  • Must be able to work the afternoon shift from 3:30 pm to midnight Monday through Friday.
  • Learn on the job, retain instructions and use attention to detail and accuracy
  • Operate various hand and power tools
  • Maintain organized and clean manufacturing and shipping/receiving areas
  • Convey production parts to stock locations and the production line
  • Maintain accurate inventory, perform cycle counts, remove recycling components from the production line
  • Package finished products
  • Ensure finished goods are safely and securely stored in finished goods area
  • Other duties as required

Skills and Requirements:

  • Must be able to work the afternoon shift from 3:30 pm to midnight Monday through Friday.
  • Reasonable English speaking, reading and comprehension is required for training, understanding instructions and safety orientation
  • Physically able to stand for extended periods and lift 20kg without assistance
  • Time management and prioritization skills

Assets: 

  • Forklift driving certification
  • Familiarity with LEAN principles.
  • Basic computer literacy

Please email us at careers@corvusenergy.com along with a letter of introduction and your resume.

New Career Opportunity: Mechanical Assembler – Day Shift [Richmond, BC, Canada]

Position Summary:

Reporting to the Production Team Lead, the Mechanical Assembler is responsible for the assembly of mechanical and electronic components and final product testing. Attention to detail, quality awareness and team focus are key assets.

Responsibilities: 

  • Assemble mechanical and electronic components
  • Follow production procedures and Team Lead instructions
  • Conduct product testing on battery packs
  • Perform in-process inspection paying close attention to detail
  • Perform routine equipment maintenance and limited troubleshooting activities as required
  • Ensure all work is performed safely, adhering to company safety policies and procedures
  • Inspect and maintain tools required for the job
  • Other tasks as required

Requirements:

  • Must be able to work the afternoon shift from 3:30 pm to midnight Monday through Friday.
  • minimum of 3 years’ experience as a mechanical assembler
  • Reasonable English speaking, reading and comprehension is required for training, understanding instructions and safety orientation
  • Physically able to stand for extended periods and lift 20kg without assistance
  • Time management and prioritization skills
  • Training is provided but awareness of ESD sensitive component handling would be an asset.
  • Some experience using computers would be an asset

Please email us at careers@corvusenergy.com along with a letter of introduction and your resume.

New Career Opportunity: Mechanical Assembler – PM Shift [Richmond, BC, Canada]

Position Summary:

Reporting to the Production Team Lead, the Mechanical Assembler is responsible for the assembly of mechanical and electronic components and final product testing. Attention to detail, quality awareness and team focus are key assets.

Responsibilities: 

  • Assemble mechanical and electronic components
  • Follow production procedures and Team Lead instructions
  • Conduct product testing on battery packs
  • Perform in-process inspection paying close attention to detail
  • Perform routine equipment maintenance and limited troubleshooting activities as required
  • Ensure all work is performed safely, adhering to company safety policies and procedures
  • Inspect and maintain tools required for the job
  • Other tasks as required

Requirements:

  • Must be able to work the afternoon shift from 3:30 pm to midnight Monday through Friday.
  • minimum of 3 years’ experience as a mechanical assembler
  • Reasonable English speaking, reading and comprehension is required for training, understanding instructions and safety orientation
  • Physically able to stand for extended periods and lift 20kg without assistance
  • Time management and prioritization skills
  • Training is provided but awareness of ESD sensitive component handling would be an asset.
  • Some experience using computers would be an asset

Please email us at careers@corvusenergy.com along with a letter of introduction and your resume.

New Career Opportunity: Plant Manager – Vancouver [Richmond, BC, Canada]

Position Summary:

Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer, the Plant Manager Vancouver directs and manages all manufacturing operations at the Vancouver Plant and has overall responsibilities for facilities management to ensure on time delivery to our customers. Responsibilities include:

  • Develop and execute on strategy for the factory to achieve the company’s goals, establish manufacturing priorities and allocate resources.
  • Ensure that the safety, quality, and productivity requirements are met.
  • Provide direction, development and leadership to the team.
  • Coordinate plant activities meet manufacturing objectives and KPI targets
  • Manage and control production and capital project costs and drive the organization to focus on continuous improvement.
  • Develop manufacturing processes and equipment to effectively produce new products.
  • Facilitate PFMEAs, equipment verification and validation plans, and manufacturing control plans.
  • Evaluate, prioritize and implement capital projects to deliver the business vision and objectives.
  • Institutionalize manufacturing best practice tools and processes.

Requirements:

  • Bachelors or Diploma in a relevant field such as Engineering or Operations or a mixture of training and experience.
  • A minimum of 10 years of experience managing an electromechanical or other technical manufacturing environment.
  • Strong analytical skills particularly in establishing processes with metrics and executing on those processes for continuous improvement
  • Previous experience in LEAN and 6-Sigma processes is an asset
  • Thorough knowledge of quality methods, Quality Management Systems and regulatory standards
  • Excellent time-management, communication (oral and written), technical writing, presentation development, facilitation, and organizational skills.

Please email us at careers@corvusenergy.com along with a letter of introduction and your resume.

New Career Opportunity: Procurement Specialist/Expeditor [Richmond, BC, Canada]

Position Summary :

Our factory in Richmond requires a Procurement Specialist/Expeditor to leverage global vendors, source and procure production material to ensure supply is synchronized with demand and supports production timelines.

Responsibilities:

  • Use the AVL to determine best vendor for cost, delivery and quality.
  • Communicate with international vendors, purchase and monitor delivery.
  • Manage vendor performance for on-time delivery, pricing and quality.
  • Create, update and manage Purchase Orders using MRP/ERP systems.
  • Expedite shipments to meet aggressive production volume demands.
  • Monitor inventory to maintain appropriate levels.
  • Participate in the RMA process as required.
  • Manage drawings and other document records.
  • Other duties as required.

Skills and Requirements:

  • 5+ years of experience in electrical/mechanical high-volume manufacturing environment
  • Experience sourcing new international vendors with appropriate qualifications.
  • Experience dealing with international outsource partners.
  • Computer literate with MS Office Suite – Excel wizardry is a core requirement
  • Excellent written and verbal English communication skills
  • Experience with MRP/ERP systems – specifically NetSuite

Assets:

  • Supply Chain and/or Logistics certification (SCMP, PMAC, CPIM, APICS)
  • Highly organized, calm and detail oriented are characteristics that you exemplify.
  • High bandwidth – able to handle multiple priorities on a regular basis

Please email us at careers@corvusenergy.com along with a letter of introduction and your resume.

New Career Opportunity: Strategic Sourcing Specialist – Contract Manufacturing [Richmond, BC, Canada]

Position Summary :

Our factory in Richmond requires a Strategic Sourcing Specialist to assist in identifying, qualifying, selecting, coordinating and managing global vendors who manufacture our products and components.  This individual will have responsibility for establishing and managing the business relationship with our Contract Manufacturing (CM) partners. Establishing and closely monitoring performance metrics with our CM partners will be a primary target as well as working to continuously improve the quality, delivery, cost and lead-time of Corvus products, ensuring supply is synchronized with demand and supports production timelines.

Responsibilities:

  • Learn the complete product from design, to production, to testing, and the supply chain that supports this product.
  • Drive cross-functional process involving hardware engineering and technical operations to evaluate and select future CM partners as business conditions dictate.
  • Manage ongoing business relationships and facilitate open communication between CMs and Corvus through ongoing team meetings, action item lists, performance reporting, etc.
  • Drive total cost reduction program with our CM partners to ensure the lowest possible total cost, including: product cost, transportation cost, inventory cost and cost of quality.
  • Work with planning to translate the demand forecast into a monthly Master Production Schedule (MPS) and 12 month rolling forecast.
  • Create, update and manage Purchase Orders using MRP/ERP systems.
  • Ensure timely and accurate communication of purchase orders and resolve any shipment or invoice discrepancies between our CMs, Customers, Sub-Suppliers and 3PL partners.
  • Drive capacity planning process at CMs to ensure adequate lead time to add equipment and tooling as required by demand forecasts.
  • Monitor day-to-day tactical activities to ensure CMs are successful in meeting their quality, delivery, cost and lead-time commitments.
  • Drive flexibility improvements and cycle time reduction programs with CM partners to increase responsiveness to demand changes.
  • Conduct quarterly business reviews with management.
  • Manage drawings, documents and actions through a change log.

Skills and Requirements:

  • 5+ years of experience in electrical/mechanical high-volume manufacturing environment
  • Experience dealing with international outsource partners/contract manufacturers.
  • Experience establishing and managing contracts and MSA’s.
  • Experience with ISO auditing and QMS evaluation.
  • Computer literate with MS Office Suite – Excel wizardry is a core requirement
  • Excellent written and verbal English communication skills
  • Experience with MRP/ERP systems – specifically NetSuite
  • Experience in supplier evaluation/selection, contract negotiation and supply base management.
  • Program management and cross-functional teamwork experience.
  • Strong technical aptitude for electro-mechanical parts and assemblies.

Assets:

  • Supply Chain and/or Logistics certification (SCMP, PMAC, CPIM, APICS)
  • Highly organized, calm and detail oriented are characteristics that you exemplify.
  • High Bandwidth – able to handle multiple changing priorities on a regular basis.

Please email us at careers@corvusenergy.com along with a letter of introduction and your resume.

New Career Opportunity: Supplier Quality Engineer [Richmond, BC, Canada]

Position Summary:

Our factory in Richmond requires a Supplier Quality Engineer to identify, set up and coordinate the manufacture of our products at both local and global vendors.  This will include production materials and services to ensure supply is synchronized with demand and supports production timelines.

Responsibilities:

  • Qualifies and maintains quality information on supplier approvals, processes and products.
  • Works closely with purchasing, engineering, manufacturing and suppliers to correct/improve drawings or specification requirements.
  • Participates in supplier NCRs/Concessions and works closely with incoming inspection personnel to ensure supplier quality issues are adequately identified and resolved.
  • Develops and maintains proactive supplier quality focus which translates customer quality needs in continuous quality process improvement.
  • Takes ownership, reviews, improves and manages technique review, engineering changes and approval process.
  • Involvement in vendor selection and contract & design review.
  • Manages transfers from supplier to supplier when necessary.
  • Involved in the support of the supplier network worldwide.

Skills and Requirements:

  • University Degree in Mechanical Engineering or similar.
  • A strong background in quality and/or engineering in a high-volume production industry is preferred.
  • Results oriented and steadfast in ensuring the integrity and improvement of the Company’s Quality system.
  • Strong problem-solving skills.
  • Experience in machining, NDT, special processing and assembly of electro-mechanical assemblies.

Assets:

  • Experience in raw materials and forgings.
  • Trained ISO-9001 Lead Assessor and/or previous supplier auditing experience desired.
  • Experience in project management and continuous improvement.
  • Strong negotiation skills and experience in dealing with suppliers.
  • Experience in charting, improving and streamlining processes.
  • Good computer, analytical, statistical and interpretative skills.
  • Strong interpersonal skills at all levels, flexibility.
  • Strong communication skills.
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment, with constantly changing priorities.
  • Ability and willingness to complete work on a fixed and demanding schedule, and follow-up on outstanding issues in a timely fashion.
  • Able to work long hours (when necessary) and to travel.

Please email us at careers@corvusenergy.com along with a letter of introduction and your resume.

 

While we sincerely appreciate every application, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. 

You must be legally entitled to work in Canada in order to apply for all current positions.