Contract Assembly Operator
Project Canary is the leading provider of on-demand climate insights for emission-intensive companies. Our company offers operational insights, emissions data, and Verified Climate Attributes™ to support the decarbonization of energy systems. We achieve this by integrating sensor data with real-time portal access and in-depth data analytics. Our focus is primarily on the energy industry, where we have analyzed thousands of energy assets and deployed hundreds of environmental and air quality sensors. Project Canary is known for its independently verified climate credentials that assist in investment decisions, safety measures, reporting, and disclosure actions. Founded in 2019, Project Canary has rapidly gained recognition as a category leader in the continuous monitoring space.
- Raised $121 million in fundraising.
- Successfully completed a Series A funding round of $10 million in 2021.
- Achieved a Series B funding round of $111 million in 2022.
- Certified as a B-Corporation with a score of 107.6 and ranked in the top 5% in two categories.
- Named "2022 Best Company to Work For" by both the Denver Business Journal and the Denver Post.
- Experienced a 3x increase in headcount growth in 2022 and is continuing to grow.
Job Description: Project Canary is seeking an Assembly Operator for a 3-month contract position. As an Assembly Operator, you will play a crucial role in assisting with engineering and design tasks, including failure root cause analysis, manufacturing process development, prototype development, and testing. The selected candidate will be responsible for executing these tasks, providing feedback, and suggesting alternatives to increase efficiency.
The Assembly Operator will be responsible for the following tasks under the supervision of the Manufacturing Manager:
- Calibrate sensors.
- Assemble prototype units.
- Assist with prototype production line tasks.
- Provide feedback on assembly processes.
- Validate assembly Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).
- Assist with general non-design-related tasks.
- Rework existing units.
- Test field implementations.
- Interface with field technicians.
- Experience in handling ESD (Electrostatic Discharge) sensitive electronics.
- Familiarity with electronic test equipment, such as Digital Multimeters (DMM).
- Basic PC skills.
- Proficiency in power tool operation, cutting tools, and torque wrench usage.
- Ability to lift objects weighing up to 30 pounds multiple times throughout the day.
- Capability to stand for 4+ hours at a time.
- $21-$23 dollars per hour.
- 40 hours per week
- 3 month contract