Our people are the heart of our company and the greatest reason for our success. Our diverse employee community is built on a foundation of integrity, innovation, accountability, and respect.
We are constantly on the search for skilled and highly motivated individuals. If you have a passion for innovation, have the drive to create, and enjoy a collaborative team environment, we want to hear from you.
Our competitive compensation and benefits combined with our positive collaborative culture will provide the perfect space to grow your career and make your mark with a great company.
Systematix supports STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) education programs at all levels to help prepare young people for rewarding careers in automation. We partner with many organizations and educational institutions either through donation, volunteering or by employing students from apprenticeship programs and co-operative education.
We provide financial support for Scientists in School. This organization is a dynamic charity dedicated to fostering an interest in science for Kindergarten to Grade 8. Scientists in School supports a life-long interest in STEM, environmental stewardship, engineering, and encourages the pursuit of future careers in science-related fields.
This international competition where professionals mentor highschool teams over six weeks building innovative robots focuses on empathy and respect, cooperating and competing. The goal is to inspire students to be science and technology leaders. Systematix provides financial support and mentors to a local high school team, the Sir Lancerbots.
This paid hybrid opportunity combines classes interspersed with hands-on mentoring experience in a chosen trade. At Systematix, you will excel in an engaging and relaxed environment while gaining the required trade certifications.
Harness your potential, come build your career with us—while getting paid.
Systematix welcomes students from all Co-operative education levels. We recognize the importance of workplace experiences and how they can challenge educational paths. Many co-op students return for multiple terms and eventually become permanent employees. We look forward to being part of your journey.
Systematix currently welcomes post-secondary co-operative students. Under the mentorship of industry-experienced professionals, participants will learn core skills and engage in workplace culture while completing work hour requirements. We currently accept applicants for Mechanical Design and Controls Integrator. Some of our current employees began as co-op student placements.
Andy Skolseg recently graduated from the Mechatronics Program at the University of Waterloo. Restrictions surrounding covid delayed his co-op term in 2020. In January 2021, Andy was able to join us as planned for an eight-month term in the controls department. Since graduation, Andy has come back to join our team at Systematix, and we could not be happier.
Hayden Fretz was a Junior Mechanical Design Co-op student in the summer of 2021. Hayden was no stranger to Systematix with his initial exposure through the First Robotics competition, followed by working as a summer student in 2018.
Mechanical Design - Spring/Summer 2023 (Check back for postings)
Controls Integrator - Spring/Summer 2023 (Check back for postings)
Systematix supports employees completing skilled trade apprenticeship programs.
Participants earn while they learn and complete the work hour requirements of the licensing or certification body with which they are registered including Machine Builder and Integrator, Electrician, CNC Machinist and General Machinist. Many of our current employees began their employment as skilled trade apprentices.
Jake Friesen started with Systematix out of high school in 2011. Since then, he completed his Machinist apprenticeship and, more recently, MTBI apprenticeship. Jake is an incredible example of career-building at Systematix, and we look forward to his future growth within the team.
Tim Weber has been with Systematix since 2016. His hard work and dedication were evident as he worked to complete his MTBI certification. We’re happy to have him as part of the Systematix team.
Emma recently joined the Systematix Team. She has been hired as a 1st Year Electrical Apprentice. Emma is a graduate of the Electrical Engineering Tech program at Fleming College
Systematix is currently seeking employees completing skilled trade apprenticeship programs in the following areas below: