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Ultra Electronics Forensic Technology is a recognized leader in providing innovative technology and sustainable solutions that help Law Enforcement & Border Security agencies around the world prevent and solve crime.
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Work that Matters
Working with us is much more than “just a job.” Our technology and products are unique – no one else in the world produces the software and hardware that we do. How would you like to see the product you just helped design, build or maintain on the TV set of CSI or at international border crossings? Here, this is a reality!
Employees that Matter
Your personal and professional growth is important to us. Career development and learning opportunities are broad and diverse – you’ll always be ready for your next assignment and you’ll never consider your work routine.
Our Communities Matter
Work that matters also means being a good corporate citizen. Each year, we work with high school students at risk of dropout in a fun CSI forensic science learning experience designed to spark their interest in continuing their education. In addition, with the help of the company, our employees support a variety of causes around the world.
Job Description As part of the Administration department, the office coordinator will be responsible to accomplish various administrative tasks in support of various departments of the company. Roles and responsibilities Replace the receptionist (during breaks and lunches, absences, vacations and other times as required by operational requirements). Acts as a support, replacement and backup resourceSee details
Job summary Within a multi-disciplinary team (software developers, mechanical designers, etc.), the Senior Software Designer participates in the development and evolution of ballistic identification products destined to Forensic Technology laboratories. The Senior Software Designer is required to be able to develop solutions for different projects, covering several technologies. Roles and responsibilities Understand business requirements andSee details
Mr. Sinnott joined the company in 2006. He is responsible for the overall strategic direction and management of the company. He has over 37 years of experience at technology companies in the Montreal region holding various technical and leadership roles during that time.
He has a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering (Summa cum laude) from Concordia University Montreal and also a 2nd Mates Certificate of Competency from Liverpool Polytechnic England.
President, Projectina AG
Mr. Buschor joined Projectina over 30 years ago and he is currently in charge of worldwide sales for the complete forensic portfolio. He has a broad base of international sales and business development experience, and a proven track record of enhancing business performance. Mr. Buschor transformed Projectina from an electronics business into one of the market leaders in the field of Document Examination and CSI products, and he was instrumental in the installation a global distribution network. Complementary to his responsibility for key accounts, he is a member of the Austrian CSI Association.
Vice President of Sales and Marketing
Mr. Heaney heads the sales and business development efforts at Forensic Technology. His experience lies in the development, marketing, and sales of advanced hardware and software technology. For over 30 years he has had a successful career marketing products and services to international government agencies and corporations. Mr. Heaney has held a number of senior level positions with leading technology companies such as Honeywell, SR Telecom, and Unisys. Since joining Forensic Technology in 2003, he instated and structured a world-class sales force and was instrumental in more than doubling the company’s revenues. Mr. Heaney earned a Bachelor of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering from Concordia University in Montreal (1983).
Director of Product Development and Chief Technology Officer
In 1992, Mr. Labrecque started working at Walsh Automation Inc. in the pulp and paper plant automation sector before transferring to Forensic Technology as the software developer expert for the next generation, Windows® based version of IBIS®. In 2000, he decided to take on the role of IBIS® TRAX™ Product Manager in the Marketing group, which led to the creation of the IBIS TRAX product family. He left the Marketing group in 2004 to head the development effort as the Director of Product Development and Chief Technology Officer, which resulted in the evolution of IBIS into today’s high-definition 3D platform—IBIS® TRAX-HD3D™. Mr. Labrecque received his Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical Engineering from the École Polytechnique of the University of Montreal (1990).
Vice-President, Human Resources
Mrs. Belzile leads human resources activities, in addition to initiatives related to its corporate culture. She is surrounded by a team of professionals who ensure that leading-edge policies, practices and workplace environment are conducive to making Forensic Technology a high-performing and results-driven organization with a clear focus on employee engagement. She has over 20 years’ experience in which merges & acquisitions, transformation and organizational development, talent management and working relations were opportunities she have been involved closely. Prior to joining Forensic Technology, Mrs. Belzile held human resources executive and management positions with Intact, ING, Via Rail, Microcell Solution, and Canada Bread. She is a member of the Ordre des conseillers en ressources humaines agréés du Québec and she earned a Bachelor of Industrial Relations from Université de Montréal (1989).
Director, Global Customer Services
Mr. Marleau leads a team of over 50 engineers and specialists dedicated to supporting all Forensic Technology and Projectina products. He has over 30 years of experience in management and customer service in the petroleum industry and scientific laboratory environments, and in software development entrepreneurship in both the domestic and international arenas. Mr. Marleau earned a Bachelor of Engineering in Chemical Engineering from the University of Ottawa (1977).
Vice President, Finance
Mr. Field leads a team of accounting and business professionals who oversee all financial activities of the company. He has over 20 years of business experience working as a chartered accountant in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Quebec, and has 15 plus years of experience with the Walsh Group of companies. Mr. Field received his CA designation in 1978 in Nova Scotia, left Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton in 1992, and joined Walsh Automation shortly thereafter. Mr. Field transferred from the Walsh Group to Forensic Technology in 1999.
Mr. Carreiro leads a team of marketing professionals responsible for product planning and management, market analysis and strategy, channel support, marketing communications and go-to-market activities. He has over 30 years of experience in the sales and marketing of high-technology products and services. He kicked off his career as a technical writer and advanced to roles in marketing, business development, sales operations and now, senior management. Mr. Carreiro made significant contributions and gained his experience at such companies as AES Data, SR Telecom and Nortel Networks.
As Director of Operations, Mr. Venegas manages several teams, including Supply Chain and Production, Test and Validation, Software Deployment, Information Technology and the Program Management Office. With more than 20 years of national and international professional experience in the technology industry, he has been a driving force behind the cutting-edge innovation, operational efficiency and outstanding products for which Forensic Technology is known. Member of the Order of Engineers of Quebec, Mr. Venegas holds a Bachelor of Industrial Engineering from the Université de Montréal’s École Polytechnique (1996).