Thales in Canada has 1,800 employees in Quebec City, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto and Vancouver working in Defence, Avionics and Transportation markets. Thales in Canada is a 500 million (CAD) a year business, with a range of customers including Canadian and overseas urban rail operators, civil aviation, and defence and security agencies.

Thales in Canada also hosts three of Thales’ Worldwide Centres of Competence: Business & Regional Jet Flight Control Systems in Montreal; Optronics in Montreal; and Urban Rail Signalling in Toronto.

Envisioning the future

Thales in Canada is providing global solutions in complex environments. We develop high-end products, services and technologies in aerospace, urban transportation, defence and security as well as Urban sciences.
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Corporate responsibility

Thales Canada is strongly committed to social responsibility programs, and at the community level we implement programs that support local charities, such as the United Way, and the Daily Bread Foodbank in Toronto. By also being environmentally conscious, we manage our facilities and manufacturing operations in ways that minimize energy consumption and waste.

We are financially supporting and participating in:
 

True Patriot Love

This national foundation supports and honours members of the Canadian military and their families. It was founded by a group of citizens dedicated to building bridges between Canadian civilians and their military, in order better understand and appreciate the sacrifices of soldiers and their families. Included with this support is sponsoring with a Thales plaque the Warden Street overpass on the Hwy 401 section known as The Highway of Heroes.
 

Annual Army Run

FIRST Robotics Canada, a registered charity highly supported by governments, has a mission to inspire Canadian high school and elementary school students to pursue further studies and careers in science, technology and engineering. It pursues its mission primarily through offering opportunities for students, working in teams and assisted by expert adult mentors, to build robots and to take part in tournaments which feature on-field competitions, judged awards and other forms of recognition, potentially including university and college scholarships.
 

Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act - AODA

Statement of commitment:

Thales Canada Inc. (“Thales”) is committed to providing an environment that allows full access to all people including those with disabilities. This Policy is in support of the provision of fully accessible services to Customers, Visitors, Employees and other staff members at all Thales Canada locations. This Policy is in compliance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act.

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Activities

  • Avionics in Canada
    Our Montreal office designs innovative concepts for the regional and business aircraft markets.
  • Defence in Canada
    Thales Canada is a trusted Prime Contractor and systems integrator for defence and security in Canada; investing in people, technology and solutions. Thales is a strong partner of choice, a major supplier and a long-term partner to DND.
  • Public Safety & Security in Canada
    Thales is there to ensure that people are enabled while processes and technologies are synchronized to deliver reliable, full spectrum services that safeguard our way of life.
  • Transportation in Canada
    Focusing on electronic solutions that enable operators to improve operational efficiency and passenger services.
  • Cybersecurity in Canada
    Discover Thales Cybersecurity offers in Canada

Press releases

News & Events

Magazine

Trade shows

2017

Defence & Security

CANSEC - Ottawa (Canada) May 31 - June 1
DSEI -  London (UK) September 12-15
DEFSEC - Halifax ( Canada) September 5 - 7
   

Transportation

International trade shows
Eurasia Rail - Istanbul (Turquie)     March 2 - 4
Middle East Rail - Dubai (UAE) March 7 -8
Asia Pacific Rail - Hong Kong (China) March 21 - 22
Metro Rail - London (UK) April 25 - 26
UITP, Montreal (Canada) May  15- 17
     
Domestic trade shows
CUTA TransExpo - Montreal (Canada) /UITP  May  15- 17
 

Avionics

NBAA - Las Vegas (USA) October 10 - 12

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  • Established in 1972, Thales Canada is a leading electronic solutions provider for the Transportation, Defence & Security, and Aerospace sectors. Thales Canada employs staff across main sites located in Montreal, Quebec City, Ottawa, Toronto and Vancouver.
    Position Title: Category Management Lead – Railway Infrastructure Installations and Equipment (North America Regional Family Buyer for F38 and F80)
    Location: Toronto
    Job Purpose:
    Category Management Lead plays a key role in building a complete supplier base that is fully capable of delivering Products and Services with the right mix.    Working out of the Toronto office, you will be the North America Regional Family Buyer for Installation Services and railway Equipment.    Majority of installation activities will be related to Ground Transportation but other business domains may be involved on a case by case basis in North America.
    Objectives, guidance and supervision of activities are under the responsibility of the “Installations & Civil works” Group Family Buyer (GFB) and the Transportation Equipment GFB. You will functionally report to the GFBs and become a key node in their global network
    Main business objectives will come from Acquisition Project Managers, Work Package Managers , and stakeholders located in countries where Thales operates.
    In this role, the incumbent will develop the purchasing life cycle during bids and projects with the support of processes and tools to select, measure, rate and reject suppliers while maintaining Thales Group governance rules.
    Main Responsibilities:
    Overall direction and management of the category:
    Off Project
    • Supplier market survey, assessment, and benchmarking  including production items, equipment, installation materials & services (supplier panels)
    • Drive competitiveness within the domain
    • Preferred supplier qualification and contracting (frame agreement)
    • Enforce the regional procurement strategy aligned with Thales Group strategy and addressing the business needs of the region
    • Focus spend on strategic suppliers
    • Drive Supplier Relationship at supplier executive level
    • Define and implement relevant KPIs, in line with Group policy, to monitor contribution to the Group performance (competitiveness, quality, etc), benchmark and drive continuous improvement
    • Support to local purchasing and/or spot team from Canada
    • Demonstrate active international networking with global procurement organization
    • Enhance the Purchasing Mix
     
    Bid Phase
    • Connect with key stakeholders and develop procurement Family direct involvement upstream (with capture teams) and strategic decisions  (product policy, make / buy) in the Region and within the Group
    • By bid, define adequate procurement strategy and supplier candidate list, issue RFQ and benchmarking, negotiate and select preferred supplier
    • Negotiate/evaluate installation services and material
       
      Project Phase (Design/Manufacture/Installation/Commissioning)
    • Relaunch supplier selection and select final supplier (from preferred to selected)
    • Negotiate and finalize subcontracts
    • Launch subcontracts and monitor KPI during execution
    • inputs to the risk management process
    • implement the Procurement Assurance Plan
    • obtain supplier management commitment to the Project for major and critical procurements
    • obtain supplier contributions to the design specifications
    • obtain supplier project management plan including resources
    • obtain supplier project assurance plans including NPI (New Product Introduction) process
    • steer the NPI process with contribution of the various experts (Industrial Eng., Quality, Product Eng., etc.) and through, as an example, formalized business reviews
       
      Key Skills and Qualifications:
    • B.Sc. or B.Eng. in Engineering or equivalent relevant degree with additional business or advanced procurement certification or experience.
    • Significant purchasing experience in a large complex matrix organization
    • Significant experience in railway domain
    • Demonstrates good hands-on experience in Negotiation, Contract review and implantation, RFQ and RFI processes
    • Demonstrates a high degree of initiative, and resourcefulness in solving problems as identified and proposing improvements
    • Stays current with the technology of the discipline.
    • Good presentation skills. Excellent command of English, both written and oral, is essential for the role.
    • Ability to prioritize and work in a fast paced environment.
    Thales thanks all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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  • Established in 1972, Thales Canada is a leading electronic solutions provider for the Transportation, Defence & Security, and Aerospace sectors. Thales Canada employs staff across main sites located in Montreal, Quebec City, Ottawa, Toronto and Vancouver.

     

    If you have a passion for innovation and are interested in joining a dynamic, fast-paced team, Thales may be the right fit for you. Currently, we have an opening for a Bilingual Resourcing (Recruitment) Business Partner based in Ottawa.

     

    Primary Objective 

    The Resourcing Business Partner is responsible for ensuring that Thales Canada has the right people, in the right place, at the right time to execute its strategy.

     

    Responsibilities include but not limited to:

    • Personally accountable for delivering quality hires against technical and business requisitions
    • Personally accountable for ensuring the delivery of output metrics covering: target start dates and customer satisfaction for professional hires for assigned requisitions.
    • Influence key stakeholders where no direct line responsibility exists (e.g. Hiring Managers, HR Business Partners & Generalists) to ensure output metrics are met
    • Personally own the full resourcing lifecycle for assigned requisitions from requirements definition, sourcing, selection through to onboarding and for the first 6 months of Employees’ tenure 
    • Attend interviews with Hiring Managers to support the decision making process, promote best practice within Resourcing and Selection, and provide coaching as and where necessary
    • Personally conduct phone and desk identification and manage internal and external research doing the same to create robust long lists of Passive candidates
    • Conduct first cold approaches to long list prospects and present with Thales value proposition
    • Personally assess candidates’ competence, cultural fit and motivation, and present robust shortlists with an appropriate mix of Internal, external, active and passive candidates
    • Provide data and analysis to individual Hiring Managers to support Contingent v. Professional headcount decisions
    • Provide support to Hiring Managers in making Temp to Perm hires
    • Promote best practice selection using the Thales selection framework, coaching hiring managers where necessary and taking ultimate responsibility for high quality hiring decisions and meeting quality of hire metrics
    • Champion compliance with Thales policies and procedures throughout the recruitment lifecycle, including ensuring comprehensive and accurate information is maintained in key systems
    • Conduct full briefing meetings with Hiring Managers for each role and develop role specific Value Propositions that remain within Thales branding guidelines
    • Ensure all marketing channels used meet Thales Canada employer branding guidelines
    • Represent Thales Canada at Career Fairs, and Industry events

     

    Qualifications

    • The successful candidate will be, as a minimum, degree qualified from an accredited Canadian University (or equivalent)
    • Bilingual English and French
    • Proven recruitment experience within a fast paced, complex environment
    • Will have spent a key portion of career in a recruitment firm at consultant level or higher delivering full lifecycle passive search assignments
    • Able to positively influence at all levels of an organization up to senior levels, and to develop valued relationships with Managers and Candidates alike
    • Politically savvy, flexible and with a strong drive to achieve desired outcomes in an environment of constant change, competing priorities and objectives
    • Able to demonstrate an in-depth understanding of current organization’s core business, organization, strategic direction, challenges and aspirations
    • Able to model desired behaviors in a corporate environment
    • Personal powers of resilience and tenacity; takes personal responsibility for resolving performance issues before they impact on the business; consistently sees things through to completion
    • Experience of the Engineering and Technology skills market from the Defence or Civil Aerospace, Naval, Security, would be an asset

     

    If this opportunity interests you, please visit www.thalesgroup.com/careers/ and apply using our online application tool. Thales thanks all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

     

    Thales is committed to employment equity and diversity in the workplace and welcomes applicants from the four designated groups (women, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, and aboriginals) to apply for employment.  At Thales, we provide accessibility to people with disabilities.  Should you require accommodations, please consult with your recruitment office.

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  • Resourcing (Recruitment) Manager
    Regular Employment -

    Established in 1972, Thales Canada is a leading electronic solutions provider for the Transportation, Defence & Security, and Aerospace sectors. Thales Canada employs staff across main sites located in Montreal, Quebec City, Ottawa, Toronto and Vancouver.

     

    If you have a passion for innovation and are interested in joining a dynamic, fast-paced team, Thales may be the right fit for you. Currently, we have an opening for a Resourcing (Recruitment) Manager based in Toronto.

     

    Primary Objective 

    The Resourcing Manager will sit in the Resourcing Centre of Excellence with ultimate accountability for ensuring that they have the right people, in the right place, at the right time to execute their strategy.  The job holder will act as a single point of contact for all resourcing delivery, covering Professional, Contingent, Graduate, Intern, Apprentice and Executive hiring, ensuring the right hiring decisions are made for the right reasons.

     

     

    Responsibilities include but not limited to:

    • Act as a champion of Thales Canada’s Integrated Resourcing Strategy, including influencing key stakeholders at all levels of the organization to adopt new processes, tools and behaviors
    • Provide “thought leadership”, strategic advice, coaching, mentoring and guidance to the Resourcing Business Partners, Resourcing Specialists,  HRBP’s and  Directors, HR VP and key stakeholders on all areas of Resourcing activity
    • Drive continuous improvement in the quality, speed and cost of hiring
    • Influence key stakeholders to align expectations to the external marketplace
    • Provide leadership teams with visibility of cross domain internal talent market place (Professional, Contingent, Graduate, Intern, Apprentice and Executive)
    • Provide market data and analysis to support annual long and medium term strategic business planning processes
    • Own the Hiring Manager relationship, coaching them through the head hunting process, their role within it, creating appropriate target lists and a compelling value proposition to sell to passive candidates
    • Personally assess candidates’ competence, cultural fit and motivation, and present robust shortlists with an appropriate mix of Internal, external, active and passive candidates
    • Ensure that talent processes, tools and systems to support the identification and mobilisation of those individuals on succession plans or identified as high potential are understood and communicated, and use that info proactively for internal hires
    • Ensure that the sourcing strategies are fully aligned to the People Plan and Talent Management Plan e.g. ensuring that effective external and internal talent pipelines are created for identified roles

     

    Qualifications

    • The successful candidate will be, as a minimum, degree qualified from an accredited Canadian University (or equivalent)
    • Proven strategic resourcing (recruitment) professional. 
    • Will have spent a key portion of career in a search firm at consultant level or higher delivering full lifecycle passive search assignments.
    • Able to positively influence at all levels of an organisation up to VP, and to develop valued relationships with Senior Executives, Managers and Candidates alike
    • Politically savvy, flexible and with a strong drive to achieve desired outcomes in an environment of constant change, competing priorities and objectives.
    • Highly analytical, with the ability to interpret complex information, identify trends, create strategic action plans based on the information and gain sponsorship for these at domain board level.
    • Able to demonstrate an in-depth understanding of current organisation’s core business, organisation, strategic direction, challenges and aspirations, and articulate how resourcing can input and add value to these within assigned domain.
    • Personal powers of resilience and tenacity; takes personal responsibility for resolving performance issues before they impact on the business; consistently sees things through to completion.
    • Must have in-house corporate resourcing or wider resourcing experience.
    • Experience of the Engineering and Technology skills market from the Defence or Civil Aerospace, Naval, Security, or Rail sectors would be an asset
    • Bilingual English and French would be an asset

     

    If this opportunity interests you, please visit www.thalesgroup.com/careers/ and apply using our online application tool. Thales thanks all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

     

    Thales is committed to employment equity and diversity in the workplace and welcomes applicants from the four designated groups (women, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, and aboriginals) to apply for employment.  At Thales, we provide accessibility to people with disabilities.  Should you require accommodations, please consult with your recruitment office.

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  • Configuration Management Intern
    Internship / Placement -

    Wherever safety and Security are Critical, Thales delivers. Together, we innovate with our customers to build smarter solutions. Everywhere.

    Thales is a global technology leader for the Defence & Security, Aerospace and Transport markets. World-class technology, the combined expertise of 64,000 employees and operations in 56 countries have made Thales a key player in keeping the public safe and secure, guarding vital infrastructure and protecting the national security interests of countries around the globe.

    Established in 1972, Thales in Canada has 1,800 employees in Quebec City, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto and Vancouver working in Defence, Avionics and Transportation markets. Thales in Canada is a 500 million (CAD) a year business, with a range of customers including Canadian and overseas urban rail operators, civil aviation, and defence and security agencies.

    Position Title: Configuration Management Intern<?xml:namespace prefix = "o" ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />

    Duration: 12-16 months (Sep start)

    Department: Quality – Configuration Management

    Location: Toronto (Don Mills/York Mills)

    Job Purpose:

    Responsible for the day-to-day execution of the CM activities. The Configuration Management Analyst reports to the Manager, Configuration Management as a component of their assigned functional role.

    Key Job Functions:

    • Work with engineering teams to ensure the correct and accurate identification of documents, configuration items, parts, components, and assets, and baselines.
    • Administration of the release and change management tools (i.e. ClearQuest/JIRA), participate in Configuration Control Board activities and ensure process adherence.
    • Produce accurate and regular reports on the baseline configuration and status of any configuration and change activities.
    • Ensure the CM database is populated with CM information and is updated as required.
    • Work with Installation Teams and Test and Commissioning Teams to ensure correct and accurate capture of deployed configuration of assets on the CM database.
    • Collaborating with Audit Managers to ensure CM audits are undertaken in compliance with applicable configuration management plans.
    • Perform Software Configuration Audits (SCA) and software build verification on software releases.
    • Participate in the delivery of process and tools training.
    • Contribute in improvement initiatives of CM procedures and tools.
    • Good written and verbal communication skills to allow effective communication with both technical and non-technical teams.

    Key Skill Requirements:

    The successful candidate should be working towards an Electrical Engineering, or Computer Science degree or equivalent; possess good written and oral communication skills, familiarity with project work environment.

    • 3rd or 4th Year students
    • Knowledge of Systems Engineering or Configuration Management theories/processes an advantage
    • Use of various Software Development Environments (i.e. Visual Studio) and Software Repositories (i.e. ClearCase/GIT)
    • Knowledge of Microsoft Access, Visual Studio, ClearCase, ClearQuest, JIRA, GIT, Windchill, SAP would be an advantage.
    • Performing software builds and verification/validations tasks
    • Knowledge of engineering lifecycles (i.e. waterfall, agile, V) and engineering milestones (SFR, PDR, CDR, TRR, etc), knowledge of software development and ability to create software scripts to automate tasks
    • Experience using Jira is an asset
    • A high level of self-motivation and initiative

    Interesting Facts About the…

    Team - We are a small team of 5 configuration specialists providing support to our engineering teams delivering signaling products to every continent in the world.

    Role - You will be contributing to ensuring that the software being delivered to our customers across the world is properly managed and controlled and of the highest quality.

    Specific Application Instructions:

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    • You must be enrolled/eligible for your school’s internship/co-op program
    • Submit the following documents in ONE PDF file: Cover Letter, Resume, Transcript
    • Ensure you are available for the entire duration of this role

     

    Thales is known for its commitment to employees, outlined in its human resources policy: Thales Together. Staffs enjoy a competitive salary and benefits package, as well as opportunities to develop professionally, and define their career paths.

     

    If this opportunity interests you, please visit www.thalesgroup.com/careers/ and apply using our e-staffing tool. Thales thanks all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

     

    Thales is committed to employment equity and diversity in the workplace and welcomes applicants from the four designated groups (women, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, and aboriginals) to apply for employment.

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  • Established in 1972, Thales Canada is a leading electronic solutions provider for the Transportation, Defence & Security, and Aerospace sectors. Thales Canada employs staff across main sites located in Montreal, Quebec City, Ottawa, Toronto and Vancouver.

     

    Job Purpose:

    Applying technical knowledge with respect to Quality Assurance and Quality Control within the context of the National Shipbuilding Strategy (NSS) program to ensure the timely and cost-efficient delivery of products with quality.

     

    Main Responsibilities:

    • Onsite quality liaison between the shipyard quality department and THALES CANADA (identify and communicate compliance and installation issues –maintain records of issues, track to closure and communicate status).
    • Maintaining installation inspection and quality plans to verify and validate conformance to the contract requirements and relevant Classification Society.
    • Conducting material, and pre/post equipment/system installation inspections, witnessing operational tests and trials (i.e., radar, sonar, communications, navigation systems, system consoles and equipment racks, etc.).
    • Conducting and/or witnessing other inspections relevant to THALES CANADA scope of work (review and interpret test results/alignment data/drawings – equipment seats/foundation alignment to Master Datum Marker or Master Reference Line).
    • Supporting STW, HAT, SAT and pre/post installation verification and validation activities.
    • Conducting installation inspections to verify and validate equipment is installed as per the requirements and installation specifications (need to understand and interpret class and regulatory requirements, commercial, and industry standards, etc.).
    • Conduct site/ship walk arounds (observe equipment safekeeping, preservation, protection, etc.), investigate material and installation non-conformance to determine possible cause/resolution and draft applicable report
    • Documenting and identifying [all] material and installation non-conformances (i.e., maintaining OQE, certificates of conformance/compliance, alignment documentation, equipment preservation inspections/walkarounds – datum marker, etc) per Thales Canada quality management system/plan(s).

     

    Key Skills and Qualifications:

    • Post-Secondary Education in Electro-Mechanical, Mechanical, Hull or Electrical
    • Considerable Work Experience in Industrial, Shipbuilding, and/or Repair Facility Setting.
    • Experience Quality Control/Assurance in a related field

     

    If this opportunity interests you, please visit www.thalesgroup.com/careers/ and apply using our online application tool. Thales thanks all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

     

    Thales is committed to employment equity and diversity in the workplace and welcomes applicants from the four designated groups (women, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, and aboriginals) to apply for employment.  At Thales, we provide accessibility to people with disabilities.  Should you require accommodations, please consult with your recruitment office and they will work with you to make any adjustments that best suit your individual needs. Should you wish to view a copy of our policy click here.

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  • Thales is a leading international electronics and systems group, serving the defense, aerospace, and security markets worldwide. We employ 68,000 people in 50 countries, and generate annual revenues of more than EUR13bn.

      

    Thales is known for its People1st philosophy and provides a competitive salary and benefits package.  Join a dynamic and fast paced organization which is growing as a result of exciting new domestic and international projects.   

     

    To support our development, we are looking for an:

     

    POSITION TITLE: Systems Engineer – Model Based Systems Engineering

    WORK LOCATION: Ottawa, ON

     

    Primary Objective and Main Responsibilities

    Complete Systems Engineering (SE) tasks for requirements solicitation and analysis, basic and detailed design activities, systems integration, model based system engineering applications and interface definition. The scope of job includes the following:

    • Analyze, define and trace system requirements using a model based systems engineering approach;
    • Application of model based systems engineering tools such as Enterprise Architect, Melody Advance / Capella or equivalent;
    • Recommend and implement a model based systems engineering approach for projects;
    • Demonstrated use of DOORs for the management of requirements is required;
    • Model based Systems Engineering experience is desirable;
    • Assist with the planning and execution the design of electronic naval systems including:
    • Assist with specifying interface exchange requirements and develop interface control documents;
    • Assist with the planning and execution of a competitive procurement process;
    • Assist with the planning and execution of the verification and validation of electronic systems
    • Influence technical management areas including risk management approach, and risk mitigation strategies;
    • Support the definition and estimation of work packages;

     

    ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS & SKILLS

    • The successful candidate will have, as a minimum, an Engineering Degree from an accredited Canadian University (or equivalent)
    • Must be able to demonstrate skills and relevant experiences to the responsibilities list above
    • P.Eng. (desirable)
    • 5+ years experience in electronic systems integration;
    • Coast Guard or Navy experience an asset.
    • Model based Systems Engineering experience an asset

     

    All applicants must be able to obtain a Canadian NATO Secret clearance and meet the eligibility requirements outlined in the Canadian Controlled Goods Registration Program and ITAR.

     

    If this opportunity interests you, please visit www.thalesgroup.com/careers/ and apply using our e-staffing tool.  Thales thanks all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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  • Le Groupe Thales est un leader mondial des hautes technologies pour les marchés de la Défense et Sécurité, de l’Aéronautique et du Transport. En 2011, l’entreprise a généré des revenus de 13 milliards d’euros. Elle emploie 67 000 personnes dans 56 pays.

     

    Thales Canada est un leader dans la fourniture de solutions électroniques pour les secteurs des Transports, de la Défense et Sécurité et de l’Aéronautique. Thales Canada emploie 1 300 personnes dans ses six principaux sites, situés à Montréal, Québec, Ottawa, Toronto et Vancouver.

    Thales est réputée pour son engagement envers ses employés, souligné dans sa politique de ressources humaines: Thales Together. Les salariés bénéficient d’une rémunération  compétitive et d’un ensemble d’avantages, ainsi que d’opportunités d’évoluer professionnellement, et de déterminer leur carrière. Thales croit en la reconnaissance juste de son personnel et promeut un environnement de travail sûr, respectueux et prospère à travers le monde.

    Si vous avez une passion pour l’innovation et avez envie de rejoindre une équipe dynamique, au rythme  soutenu, Thales est peut-être le bon endroit pour vous. En ce moment, nous recherchons notre: 

     

    Titre : Développeur Logiciel Intermédiaire- Profil Big Data

    Status : Permanent

    Emplacement : Québec

     

    RAISON D’ÊTRE: 

    Le Développeur logiciel aura pour mission de participer à la spécification, de conception et à la réalisation de logiciels incluant les essais de ceux-ci;

    Le Développeur logiciel devra participer à la conception et création d’environnement d’analyse de données incluant les bases de données, les service/algorithmes d’analyse et leur API.

    Le Développeur logiciel devra être capable d’intégrer des solution/algorithmes d’analyse de données.

    Le Développeur doit être familier avec les différentes technologies et plateformes de déploiement tels que Linux, Windows et Cloud (AWS);

     

     

    MISSIONS PRINCIPALES:

    Choix et Conception de solutions logicielles répondant à un besoin en analyse de données ;

    Intégration de données en batch ou en streaming;

    Intégration d’algorithmes développés par les « data scientists »;

    Intégration de solutions (librairies, code, cots) provenant de l’externe;

    Préparation de tests unitaires, d’intégration et fonctionnels;

    Gestion en configuration des éléments du logiciel.

     

    EXIGENCES TECHNIQUE: 

    Diplôme collégiale en informatique ou universitaire de premier cycle en sciences, en génie, en informatique ou en génie logiciel;

    Bonne maîtrise du français parlé et écrit; la maitrise de l’anglais est un atout mais non une exigence;

    Bon niveau d’expertise en composantes et services d’arrière-plan (back end);

    Bon niveau d’expertise dans les langages Java et Python;

    Bon niveau d’expertise générale sur l’environnement Linux;

    Bon niveau d’expertise (API, gestion, configuration) avec plusieurs bases de données de type SQL et NoSQL (ElasticSearch, MongoDB, Cassandra, HBase);

    Expérience dans la conception, mise en place et gestion d’un pipeline d’analyse de données (temps réel et/ou batch) passant par la donnée brute, son analyse et sa visualisation.

    La connaissance de technologie dans l’écosystème Spark (Spark, Spark Streaming, MLlib) est un atout très important;

    La connaissance de technologie dans l’écosystème ELK (ElasticSearch, Logstash, Kibana) est un atout très important;

    La connaissance de technologie dans les écosystèmes Hadoop (Cloudera ou Hortonworks) (gestion cluster, hdfs, configuration services, tunning performances) est un atout important;

    La connaissance de technologie dans les écosystèmes Cloud de Amazon Web Services (AWS) (VPC; EC2 AMI, ELB, Auto-scaling; S3) et Microsoft Azure est un atout;

     

     

    EXIGENCES NON TECHNIQUE: 

    Avoir de la curiosité intellectuelle, le gout d’apprendre et de se diversifier est essentiel;

    Avoir des aptitudes pour le travail en équipe et favoriser l’intelligence collective;

    Un sens aigu de la qualité du code et des pratiques de programmations est souhaité;

    Avoir de l’expérience avec les méthodes de développement Agile (Scrum, Kanban) est un atout.

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