GVA Lighting

GVA Lighting creates outstanding lighting systems and signature lighting projects worldwide in cooperation with the best lighting designers and architects in the world. Our engineering, design and manufacturing takes place right here in the Greater Toronto Area and you can be a part of it! Check out some of the amazing lighting projects we completed recently.

We are a Canadian company that specializes in the design and manufacturing of specification grade architectural lighting systems for exterior and interior illumination of large infrastructure projects like skyscrapers, bridges, airports, and shopping malls.

  • We offer learning opportunities enabling professional growth
  • You will receive a competitive salary based on skills and experience
  • You will have room to grow your career
  • You may take pride in having participated in landmark projects at home and around the world
  • When you work with us you can qualify for professional development, employer sponsored health benefits and retirement savings plan

We are an exceptional and talented team who believe in the GVA vision and share GVA values. Our passion and enthusiasm are contagious, and they have helped us attract great talent, partners, and clients. If you want to be part of a young, dynamic and growing organization then you are the candidate we are looking for! Send your resume to hr@gvalighting.com.

GVA Lighting 2771 Bristol Circle, Oakville, ON, Canada
Nov 06, 2018
Full time
Join our Production team: Full time position - Monday-Friday 8:00 am-5:00 pm at Bristol Circle in Oakville in a brand new production facility with public transportation easily accessible. We are looking for different levels of experience so if you are inexperienced and willing to learn you could qualify! Note that you will be directly employed with our company and nfot a recruitment agency. Assemblers perform light-industrial assembly work such as: Perform various operations such as screws, bolts, welds, solders, press fits, or, using hand tools, power tools, machines, and equipment Perform other assembly tasks, such as potting, encapsulating, sanding, cleaning, epoxy bonding, curing, color coding parts or other similar operation Position and align components in lighting fixtures Install and test assembled electronic components Connect and route wires between individual component leads Perform testing and inspection, using magnifying devices, measuring instruments, and electronic test equipment Follow written or verbal work instructions Pack and ship assembled and purchased items Maintain clean and organized work station and production floor   Skills & Experience: High school graduate Related (electronics assembly) experience an asset but not mandatory High level of hand-eye coordination and manual dexterity Ability to pay attention to detail Must display positive attitude and a friendly communication style High level of commitment and responsibility Able to lift up to 12 kg (25 lbs)   Selection process: Please send your resume to hr@gvalighting.com . If you are selected for an in-person interview you will have to take a practical exam, dexterity exercises and behavioral interviews. Candidates must be able to pass background check and provide references. Additional Information – for full-time permanent position: Health benefits and Retirement Savings Plan offered on completion of probation period Paid sick days and vacation days Strong health and safety programs Full-time hours in a safe and friendly environment All employees will receive on the job training and will have continuous learning opportunities in the organization; this is a collaborative and inclusive work environment.   GVA Lighting is proud to be an equal opportunity employer committed to the attraction, selection, advancement and fair treatment of all individuals. In accordance with the Human Rights Code and Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act a request for accommodation will be accepted as part of the GVA Lighting hiring process. We thank all the candidates for their interest in GVA lighting, however only selected candidates will be contacted.
GVA Lighting 2771 Bristol Circle, Oakville, ON, Canada
Nov 06, 2018
Full time
A day in the life of a Logistics Coordinator is fast paced, wide-ranging and rewarding! GVA Lighting creates outstanding lighting systems and signature lighting projects worldwide in cooperation with the best lighting designers and architects in the world. Our engineering, design and manufacturing takes place right here in the Greater Toronto Area and you can be a part of it! Check out some of the amazing lighting projects we completed recently. The Logistics Coordinator is key to our success in manufacturing and delivering our solutions Logistics functions: Coordinate logistics operations to ensure achievement of cost, productivity, accuracy and timeliness objectives; Coordinate and arrange local pickup/deliveries in support of manufacturing activities; Analyze all aspects of company logistics to determine the most cost-effective and efficient means of transporting finished goods and production supplies; Analyze the financial impact of proposed logistics changes, such as routing, shipping modes, product volumes or mixes, or carriers; Establish and monitor specific supply chain-based performance measurement systems; Participate in carrier management processes, such as selection, qualification and performance evaluation, ensure carrier compliance with company policies or procedures; Negotiate transportation rates or services; Monitor product import or export processes to ensure up-to-date compliance with regulatory or legal requirements; Resolve problems concerning transportation, logistics systems, imports/exports and customer issues. Material Shipping functions: Coordinate the shipping process to achieve and sustain correctness and timeliness of shipping orders; Implement and maintain up-to-date and efficient shipping policies and Standard Operating Procedures, monitor and audit shipping personnel accordingly; Prepare finished goods for shipping including packaging, import/export and shipping documentation; Organize and manage the shipping order’s storage at assigned places; Implement and maintain 5S in all applicable areas; You qualify for this role if you have Minimum High School diploma or degree 2+ years of related experience Ability to thrive in a very fast-paced environment and to multi-task Highly organized exhibiting a high sense of ownership and can-do attitude A talent for solving problems and implementing solutions Computer skills (Excel, ERP or automated WMS Warehouse Systems a plus) Forklift license an asset Why GVA? We offer learning opportunities enabling professional growth You will receive a competitive salary based on skills and experience You will have room to grow your career You may take pride in having participated in landmark projects at home and around the world When you work with us you can qualify for professional development, employer sponsored health benefits and retirement savings plan We are an exceptional and talented team who believe in the GVA vision and share GVA values. Our passion and enthusiasm are contagious, and they have helped us attract great talent, partners, and clients. If you want to be part of a young, dynamic and growing organization then you are the candidate we are looking for! Send your resume and LinkedIn profile link to hr@gvalighting.com . GVA Lighting is proud to be an equal opportunity employer committed to the attraction, selection, advancement and fair treatment of all individuals. In accordance with the Human Rights Code and Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act a request for accommodation will be accepted as part of the GVA Lighting hiring process. We thank all the candidates for their interest in GVA lighting, however only selected candidates will be contacted.
GVA Lighting 2771 Bristol Circle, Oakville, ON, Canada
Nov 06, 2018
Full time
A fast-growing manufacturer of lighting solutions, looking for skilled Quality Control Technician. Responsibilities: Conduct frequent inspections to regularly monitor and audit a product quality in- process, final assemblies, and the manufacturing process to ensure compliance with specifications, standards, documented procedures, work instructions, regulatory requirements, and workmanship standards Interface with Engineering and operations to ensure transfer to Production of new products are in accordance with approved data Take part in developing proactive measures, such as continuous improvement programs covering production processes and quality management systems to eliminate the causes of quality issues and reduce the risk of failure Conduct audits, including closing out audit findings, identifying risks and assessing processes, creating audits finding reports, and determine proper corrective and preventive actions. Design, implements, and evaluates quality assurance process sampling systems, procedures, and statistical techniques Initiate nonconformance reports (NCR) and Quality Alerts on material, product and processes, analyse NCRs to identify and resolve trends Analyze quality problems to identify Root Causes and implement Corrective and Preventive actions Assist Quality Manager in establishing, implementing, and maintain the quality management system. Create and maintain company quality documentation, such as quality manuals, quality procedures, etc. Maintain documentation records within the QA department Work with production staff to raise awareness of the importance of quality and train them in quality procedures  Desired Skills & Experience: Minimum 3 years’ experience in quality assurance, quality inspection and engineering Bachelor's degree in engineering, manufacturing, quality or other related discipline is required. Experience with IPC-A-600 and IPC- A-610 Standards to Class 2 and 3 Electronic Assemblies Knowledge of ISO 9001 requirements Proficient in Inspection Methods (Measurement & Evaluation), Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerance (GD&T), blueprint reading, 8D, Pareto, statistical Analysis (SPC), Proficient in Product Qualification Methodology (PPAP, FMEA, APQP, Control Plans) Proficient in: Microsoft Office, Microsoft Outlook, Power Point High level of manual dexterity, acute visual skills to determine product quality Strong work ethic and initiative - an independent self-starter. Solution and problem solving oriented. Able to manage multiple projects. Ability to write quality assurance reports that describe manufacturing problems, corrective actions taken, and preventative measures needed. Excellent communication and writing abilities Professional and courteous attitude in all working relationships Additional Information: An organizational profiling on-line test will be conducted prior to hiring Compensation: competitive salary based on experience Flexibility to work overtime Ability to lift 10-15 lbs Benefits: We offer learning opportunities enabling professional growth You will receive a competitive salary based on skills and experience You will have room to grow your career You may take pride in having participated in landmark projects at home and around the world When you work with us you can qualify for professional development, employer sponsored health benefits and retirement savings plan We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer committed to the attraction, selection, advancement and fair treatment of all individuals. In accordance with the Human Rights Code and Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act a request for accommodation will be accepted as part of the our hiring process. We thank all the candidates for their interest, however, despite our best efforts to respond to everyone who applies, only selected candidates will be contacted.
GVA Lighting 2771 Bristol Circle, Oakville, ON, Canada
Nov 06, 2018
Full time
The Light Lab Technician performs photo-metric testing for our products and prototypes and plays a critical role in new product development, production as well as customer support. GVA Lighting creates outstanding lighting systems and signature lighting projects worldwide in cooperation with the best lighting designers and architects in the world. Our engineering, design and manufacturing takes place right here in the Greater Toronto Area and you can be a part of it! Check out some of the amazing lighting projects we completed recently. The light output from our fixtures is one of the most important parameters. Measurement of prototypes is essential to new product development. Measurement of production parts is essential to ensuring that quality luminaires are delivered to customers. What you will be doing: Set up and maintain an efficient light lab and put systems in place to streamline tests and processes (existing or otherwise); Create and maintain photometric files on the website and support R&D, Applications, Production and Sales teams with daily requests; Create and maintain IES, LDT files for all products; Perform set-up, calibration, preventative maintenance, testing, troubleshooting and support of our Photometric Test Equipment; Support R&D, Applications, Marketing, Sales and Production departments by running the optical (photometric, spectrometric and colorimetric) tests for new, existing or modified luminaires; Train other employees for professional understanding of optical systems and theory of light; Provide optical expertise for application engineering department, train them to simulate the lighting effects by using specialized software (Dialux, AGi32, Revit etc); Collaborate with applications engineers, sales and marketing team to find the best optical solutions for customized products;   You qualify for this role if you have: College/University degree in Engineering/Design/Science 2+ years of related experience (lab work or research, optics, electronics, or manufacturing) Experience in maintaining and operating testing equipment Basic knowledge of electronics Tech savvy (good with technology) – MS Office proficiency (required) Experience with rendering software (Keyshot or similar), SolidWorks, AutoCAD, REVIT, AGi32, Dialux, Adobe creative (a plus) Lighting knowledge or experience (a plus) Ability to thrive in a very fast-paced environment and to multi-task and prioritize Highly organized exhibiting a high sense of ownership and can-do attitude A talent for solving problems  Why GVA? We offer learning opportunities enabling professional growth You will receive a competitive salary based on skills and experience You will have room to grow your career You may take pride in having participated in landmark projects at home and around the world When you work with us you can qualify for professional development, employer sponsored health benefits and retirement savings plan   We are an exceptional and talented team who believe in the GVA vision and share GVA values. Our passion and enthusiasm are contagious, and they have helped us attract great talent, partners, and clients. If you want to be part of a young, dynamic and growing organization then you are the candidate we are looking for! Send your resume and LinkedIn profile link to alina.buzgar@gvalighting.com . GVA Lighting is proud to be an equal opportunity employer committed to the attraction, selection, advancement and fair treatment of all individuals. In accordance with the Human Rights Code and Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act a request for accommodation will be accepted as part of the GVA Lighting hiring process. We thank all the candidates for their interest in GVA lighting, however only selected candidates will be contacted.