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Student Intern, Test & Debug

Date: Jun 1, 2019

Location: Newmarket, CA

Company: Celestica International Inc.

Req ID: 40864 
Region: Americas 
Country: Canada 
State/Province: Ontario 
City:  Newmarket 


12-15 Month Internship


When you join Celestica, it's more than just a job. It's about being part of a team of uniquely talented and forward-thinking individuals who are passionate about what they do. It’s about joining a leading global company that enables the world’s best brands, and contributing to our innovative and collaborative solutions that help our customers unlock the potential of the future.


Celestica (NYSE, TSX: CLS) is a US$6 billion global leader in design, manufacturing, hardware platform and supply chain solutions, we bring global expertise and insight at every stage of product development - from the drawing board to full-scale production and after-market services.  Through our unrivalled customer-centric approach, we partner with leading companies in aerospace and defense, communications, enterprise, healthtech, industrial, semiconductor capital equipment, and smart energy to deliver solutions for their most complex challenges.


Our global network spans 13 countries with 27,000 employees across the Americas, Europe and Asia.  At our Toronto headquarters, we are focused on attracting top talent into our organization, including interns from universities and colleges throughout Southern Ontario. 


Celestica's internship program provides students with valuable development through real-life work experience, exciting projects and networking with industry professionals.


Benefits for Students Include:

  • Experience working for one of the largest Canadian global technology companies
  • Possibility of a student casual position after completion of internship
  • Possibility of a full-time position after completion of degree
  • Access to Celestica’s development programs and projects
  • Celestica's Time Off to Volunteer program – 16 paid hours off to volunteer per year
  • Fun intern activities including celebration events and networking
  • Internal recognition programs and rewards for stellar performance
  • Discounted GoodLife Fitness memberships


What’s in it for you?

  • Opportunity: Job experience at a large Canadian-based global company
  • Innovation: We look to our employees to implement new ideas and improve the way we do things
  • Collaboration: Students work as part of global teams, empowered by collaborative technology
  • Sustainability: We uphold strong ethics, reduce our impact on the environment and empower employees to give back to the community with two paid days off per year to volunteer
  • Development opportunities: including soft skills courses, innovation projects and mentorship
  • Networking: Our students have the opportunity to network and develop lasting relationships with the intern community and their team members
  • Fun: Our interns have the opportunity to participate in fun activities including intern social events, Celestica’s charitable initiatives and our Spirit Week activities


About this opportunity:


We are looking for an intern to join our Newmarket location for a 16 month internship beginning in May 2019. The successful candidates should enrolled in an Electronics Technician program (college).


Preferred Skills:

  • Knowledge of mechanical design methods, procedures and processes.
  • Knowledge of and ability to use MCAD systems.
  • Knowledge of SMT placement equipment, specifications, and operation.
  • Basic knowledge of computer programming.
  • Knowledge of tooling design and vendor fabrication of mechanical assemblies.
  • Strong math skills, ability to manipulate textual data, edit files and use E-Mail with HP-UX tools.
  • Ability to compile data, compute quantities, determines materials needed, and prepare cost estimates.
  • Knowledge of quality standards.
  • Ability to effectively communicate with a variety of internal customers.
  • Knowledge of electrical, electromechanical and pneumatic systems and principals of operation.
  • Knowledge of production operations and operator responsibilities.
  • Ability to analyze equipment and systems, troubleshoot problems and make appropriate repairs.
  • Knowledge of digital electronics and repair methodologies.
  • Knowledge of personal computers and Windows applications.
  • Knowledge of quality standards.
  • Ability to effectively communicate with a variety of internal customers.



  • Reads and analyzes schematic diagrams circuit descriptions and similar technical information.
  • Troubleshoots and repairs failed products.
  • Inspect for physical and visual quality requirements.
  • Isolates and replaces faulty components.
  • Sets up, operates and adjusts test sets and auxiliary equipment. Proves tests and test sets.
  • Troubleshoots and repairs test equipment/fixture problems.
  • Reads and understand Bills of Materials, Component Data, Engineering Change Order and similar technical information.
  • With support and direction from more experienced electrical and mechanical engineers, performs complex system build assembly, testing, debug, failure analysis, circuit modification and design verification of new and prototype products.
  • Works with product specifications, schematics and mechanical drawings; assembles, tests, debugs, repairs and/or modifies new product prototypes.
  • Candidate will work on manufacturing projects related to continuous improvement, and lean manufacturing initiatives using six sigma tools.
  • Schedules and performs preventative maintenance.
  • Maintain records for equipment availability, failure analysis, and maintenance.
  • Tracks spare parts usage and maintain FA data


Physical Demands:

  • Duties of this position are performed in a manufacturing environment with occasional exposure to elements such as noise, dust, chemicals, operating machinery, temperature extremes, etc.
  • Duties of the position require periodic light physical effort and exertion including prolonged repetitive motions requiring manual dexterity and precise hand/eye coordination, sitting and or standing in confined workspaces, using tools and equipment, and moving and handling materials.
  • Duties may require periodic heavy manual effort including lifting objects.
  • Duties require extended periods of sustained visual concentration on detailed documentation and product assemblies.
  • Above demands are carried out within the company and statutory health and safety guidelines.


Area: Electronics


Start Date: May 2019


Location: 213 Harry Walker Parkway, Newmarket,ON


Experience: No formal experience required


Education: Currently enrolled in a college/university internship program and have completed their 3rd year of studies.

This role is ideal for students who enrolled in an Electrical/Mechanical Engineering Program.



At Celestica, we are committed to fostering an inclusive, accessible environment, where all employees and customers feel valued, respected and supported. Accommodations are available on request for candidates throughout the hiring process. If you require an accommodation, we will work with you to meet your needs.

Celestica (NYSE, TSX: CLS) is a US$5.6 billion global leader in the delivery of end-to-end product lifecycle solutions. Our customers trust us to deliver the most advanced design, engineering and manufacturing expertise for their highly sophisticated and complex products. From advanced medical devices, to highly engineered aviation systems, to next-generation hardware solutions for the Cloud, at Celestica we manage the complexity for our customers and set the bar for quality and reliability in their markets. Our customer portfolio includes leaders in the enterprise computing, communications, aerospace and defense, industrial, smart energy, healthtech and semiconductor markets. Headquartered in Toronto, our global network spans 13 countries with 26,000 employees throughout the Americas, Europe and Asia.

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