What makes FTS a great place to work?
In addition to creating world-class products, FTS also takes pride in creating an enjoyable and fulfilling workplace environment. From quarterly social events to employee training and development, we invest in our people and their well-being.
We also know how to work hard—we strive for daily excellence in everything we do. FTS is the perfect size—small enough that everyone’s efforts directly impact company performance, yet large enough to provide stability and forward momentum.
FTS offers competitive compensation packages, a fun, energetic environment and a supportive team of people passionate about what we do.
Current Job Postings
Electronics Technologist – Victoria BC
Do you have experience working in remote locations installing and maintaining remote environment monitoring equipment? Do you thrive on assembling, testing, troubleshooting, calibrating, configuring, and integrating system components and sensors? Are manual dexterity, high reliability soldering, good mechanical aptitude and strong computer knowledge part of your tool kit? And do you bring good interpersonal communication skills, excellent customer relation skills, and a team player approach? If you answered yes to these questions, then we encourage you to keep reading!
This role does include long and short-term field assignments in remote areas across North America. During peak seasons, this may mean travelling up to 2 weeks per month to install and maintain remote environment monitoring systems. This includes working in mountains, forests, near water, at heights, and exposed to the elements. A keen approach to safety is a must!
Sales Engineer – Victoria BC
Reporting to the Director of Sales, the Sales Engineer is the primary technical resource for the sales team and is responsible for actively driving and managing the technology evaluation stage of the sales process.
As a key technical advisor and product advocate, you will identify and provide reliable solutions for all technical issues to assure complete customer satisfaction through all stages of the sales process. Do you enjoy dividing your time between field work and architecting technical solutions to address client requirements by integrating proven products and services?
Project Manager – Victoria BC
As the Project Manager, you will be responsible for leading integration projects, combining products and services from FTS and at times AEM sister companies and partners to deliver reliable, secure and innovative solutions to government and private sector clients. Working closely with product management, sales, business development, service, operations, procurement, finance, engineering and senior management, the successful candidate will be relied upon to lead client engagements and negotiations, manage internal and external resources, track and report on all key project metrics. The ideal candidate enjoys dividing their time between the office and site, focusing on client requirements and risk mitigation to integrate proven products and services into the right solution.
We are continually on the lookout for solid talent, so we encourage you to forward your resume to us in the event a new position is posted. Please send your resume to email@example.com.
“I began my first Co-op at FTS 3 years ago and I am currently on my 4th term at the company. Every term I have spent at FTS has been a great experience and I have gained skills here that have been invaluable to my education. The welcoming employees and relaxed, yet challenging, work environment makes me excited to return every year.” – Alex
What I love best about working at FTS is the complete concentration of the company on making our clients successful. We understand that our job is not to sell gear, but rather to provide our clients with the right solution to meet their needs. Anyone can take orders, but it takes a special dedication to look at the world through our customers eye’s and then propose the right solution that is going to meet their needs and work continually in the environment where their monitoring programs needs to be deployed. – Chris