Join Canada’s
Fastest-Growing
Automation Company

Today’s manufacturers are facing unprecedented challenges to harness the latest automation technologies in order to achieve their business goals. What better place to put your skills and abilities to work than here at Brave – a trusted solutions and services partner to Fortune 500 customers across North America.

Not only will you be working at the epicenter of industrial automation in Canada and the USA, you’ll be working hands on with a close knit team of talented designers, engineers, technicians and project managers who are dedicated to delivering high quality solutions and are driven towards automation excellence.

Brave was founded on the desire to create a company where employees are treated differently than everywhere else in the industry. We strive to hire highly motivated, talented, and experienced engineers and technologists and compensate them accordingly. By fostering a corporate culture that emphasizes creativity, training, and teamwork we ensure our employees remain happy, efficient, and above all, effective.

Current Openings

As a Controls Lead with Brave you will be responsible for delivering quality custom automation solutions to our clients. Working together with solution and project engineers, Controls Leads execute assigned engineering project tasks and communicate any issues or changes back to the solutions and project management team.

The day to day duties and responsibilities of Leads vary depending on project and customer requirements but generally look something like this:

• Developing software code for PLC platforms such as Rockwell, Siemens, Schneider, and Mitsubishi
• Developing and deploying HMI and SCADA applications
• Testing, configuring and integrating motion control solutions
• Industrial electrical panel design and component selection
• Lead debug and testing activities in the office and on customer’s site
• Lead machine commissioning and start-up activities on customer’s site
• Line up specialists to complete project tasks and ensure quality standards are met

Our Controls Leads are on the front lines tackling tough problems for clients while maintaining a calm, friendly and professional disposition.

If you are an experienced controls engineer or technologist looking for a change of pace and you to work with fun, like-minded people in a supportive environment, we’d love to hear from you.

  • Developing software code for PLC platforms such as Rockwell, Siemens, Schneider, and Mitsubishi
  • Developing and deploying HMI and SCADA applications
  • Testing, configuring and integrating motion control solutions
  • Industrial electrical panel design and component selection
  • Debug and testing activities in the office and on the customer’s site
  • Assist with machine commissioning and start-up activities on customer’s site

Our Controls Specialists are self-motivated and aren’t afraid of hard work and definitely aren’t afraid to ask questions, learn new technology, or try a new approach to solve a problem.

If you are interested in a career in the rapidly growing industry of controls engineering and automation, and you want to work with fun, like-minded people in a supportive environment, we’d love to hear from you.

MUST HAVE

  • 5+ years experience as a controls engineer or technologist
  • Engineering degree in electrical or mechanical engineering OR
  • Technology diploma in electrical or mechanical engineering
  • Legally eligible to work in both Canada AND the United States
  • Valid driver’s license and reliable transportation

NICE TO HAVE

  • Project Management Experience
  • Experience leading teams of 2-5 people
  • Experience estimating for quotes and proposals
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As a Controls & Robotics Specialist with Brave you will be responsible for delivering quality custom automation solutions to our clients in various industries.

You will work with other engineers and technologists on a variety of assigned projects where you could be working with PLC’s, robots, motion controllers, vision systems, SCADA and HMI packages manufacturing intelligence software, and much more. 

You will be an integral part of the technical delivery team and support Brave’s sales initiatives.

The day-to-day duties will vary from project to project, but responsibilities look something like this:

  • Support sales as required including when assigned, assisting in the gathering, and analyzing of technical data or requirements
  • Produce assigned project documents under direction and guidance of Directors of Engineering and Project Engineers
  • When assigned, assist in producing solution concepts, detailed quotes, and R&D
  • Develop robot programs from scratch
  • Configuring integrated safety control
  • Develop and deploy HMI and PLC applications
  • Testing and simulation of programs
  • Proactively maintain your knowledge of the current technical delivery status
  • Provide technical status updates when required via status meetings
  • Commissioning and debugging
  • Supporting the physical install and build of equipment and systems
  • Proactively seek to achieve agreed-upon project and divisional business goals

MUST HAVE

  • Degree or Diploma in Engineering, Automation or related discipline
  • 0-5 years experience in robotics or PLC programming
  • Knowledge of ABB Robots, Siemens PLCs & Rockwell PLCs
  • Able to configure robots from basic software installation
  • Able to program online and offline 
  • Legally eligible to work in both Canada and the United States
  • Valid driver’s license and reliable transportation
  • Willingness to travel
  • Willing to work weekends

CORPORATE VALUES

Be Positive

  • You approach situations with a sense of optimism
  • You tend to look for the good in each situation
  • You can deal with situations in a constructive manner
  • You generally expect favorable outcomes

Be Proactive

  • You approach situations with a sense of personal responsibility
  • You demonstrate a sense of urgency and will not hesitate to take the initiative
  • You can identify what is likely to happen and take the appropriate actions when needed

Always Add Value

    • You strive to be your customer’s go-to problem-solving resource
    • You are quick to aid those who are in need
    • You have a reputation for consistently meeting and exceeding expectations in a quality manner
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As a Project Engineer at Brave, you will be responsible for supporting Brave’s sales engineering efforts, engineering management, and technical delivery for your assigned projects.

Reporting to the Divisional Director of Engineering, your role includes the following responsibilities:

  • Provide pre-sales technical consulting as need via customer meetings, site visits, trade shows and other industry events
  • Gather and analyze technical requirements, perform technical assessments, and provide insights and recommendations
  • Produce solution concepts, estimates, and detailed quotes
  • Provide recommendations for technical project resourcing
  • Produce assigned project documents and deliverables in accordance with Brave processes
  • Lead/facilitate Specialist and Leads’ efforts to produce assigned deliverables
  • Evaluate the engineering quality of project deliverables produced by assigned Specialists and Leads
  • Lead/facilitate technical status updates with internal resources
  • Attend and participate in regular customer status meetings
  • Purchase hardware and other project-related goods and services in accordance with project plan.
  • Produce purchase orders and maintain detailed order logs
  • Provide technical support for project scope management efforts
  • Participate in continuous improvement efforts of internal processes

MUST HAVE

  • 6+ years experience in an integration environment
  • Excellent understanding of controls, industrial automation, and mechatronic processes
  • Engineering degree in electrical or mechanical engineering OR
  • Technology diploma in electrical or mechanical engineering
  • Legally eligible to work in both Canada AND the United States
  • Valid driver’s license and reliable transportation
  • Experience with commissioning, start-ups, and troubleshooting of industrial automation projects
  • Willingness to Travel to customer facilities

NICE TO HAVE

  • Advanced knowledge of electrical design as it pertains to automation
  • Supervisory experience as a group leader or branch manager
  • Experience estimating projects for materials and labor costs
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As a Mechanical Designer at Brave, you will work in a team to develop and design automation solutions for manufacturing processes in various industries.

Day to day duties will look something like this:

  • Construct and modify CAD models per customer CAD standards using one or more of the following systems: Inventor, Catia, Unigraphics, FIDES, AutoCad, and Solidworks.
  • Estimate design hours for tool concept to design and release for original content as well as changes
  • Prepare layout and detailed drawings of design as required to project timelines. Develop creative and innovative engineered solutions that meet or exceed customer requirements.
  • Review and study customer specifications, engineering schematics, and other data to determine the design procedures needed to generate and release digital and/or hardcopy printouts related to the engineering and manufacturing requirements
  • Perform necessary engineering calculations and proper material selection to satisfy the required design functionality
  • Coordinate any structural and/or finite element analysis that need to be performed for assessing the functionality of the tools designed
  • Coordinate the development of part drawings, including CAD drawings, through other designers, internal or outsourced, to comprehensively manage the complete design of the tools that are assigned
  • Work closely with senior designer and/or designer on design changes to improve manufacturability, maintainability, and serviceability of equipment

MUST HAVE

  • Post-secondary diploma or degree in related field
  • Willing and able to travel to customer facilities (USA, Mexico, Canada)
  • 5+ years of direct experience and demonstrated capabilities in Concepting, 3-D Design, and 2-D Detailing for manufacturing and assembly tooling
  • Experience in one or more of the following industries: automotive, aerospace, construction, heavy equipment manufacturing
  • Willingness to work extended hours, when necessary, including overtime, weekends, and holidays and on night shift, as project and customer demands dictate.
  • Excellent interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills.
  • Ability to work with others, including peers and personnel in other departments.
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Comprehensive Benefits

Prescription, Dental, Vision, and Life benefits coverage starts on your first day.

Vacation &
Paid Time Off

The key to achieving a desirable work/life balance.

Profit-Sharing
& RRSP

Incentives for the future in addition to your base salary

Why Windsor

Canada’s southernmost city, once known as the “Automotive Capital of Canada”, has been working tirelessly to reinvent itself as the “Automation Capital of Canada“.

Boasting a large cluster of engineering and technology companies that are innovating and changing the future of manufacturing and automation, Windsor is the ideal home for talented engineers eager to make an impact with plenty to offer.

  • Ranked by the Huffington Post as one of the best cities in Canada if you’re looking to land a job and purchase a house for under $400,000
  • Of the five safest communities in Canada, four of them are located in the Windsor Metropolitan Area (Amherstburg, LaSalle, Tecumseh, and Lakeshore).
  • People immigrate to Windsor-Essex County from all over the world, making our communities very multicultural. This can be seen in the number of languages, religions, and ethnicities that exist in our region.
  • Windsor-Essex features Ontario’s balmiest weather, with average daily temperatures above 10°C (50°F) seven and half months of the year – perfect for golfing, gardening, boating, and much more.
  • Being connected to the recently revitalized city of Detroit by the largest most significant border crossing in North America provides easy access to world-class sports, concerts, shows, shopping, and international travel.