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At KPM Power, we promote growth, development and happiness in both work and personal life


 If you are an individual passionate about making a positive impact and feel a strong alignment with our Core Values, we would like to hear from you. 

Current Opportunities 


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We take great pride and responsibility in our work.

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We put the needs of our clients at the forefront, and want to be seen, and felt, like an extension of their business.


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We strive for positive change and being aware of the impact our company has on our customers, suppliers and our environment.


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We value and promote growth, development and happiness in both family and work life.

KPM Power is a cleantech small business focused on lithium-ion battery solutions. We are in West Toronto and looking to make an impact. Come join our team!

KPM Power is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. KPM Power provides the experience of seeing how start ups operate and execute. We wear many hats and priorities shift frequently. Our culture is an open platform for everyone to speak their minds and provide input.

Current Opportunities

Job Position:

Electrical Project Engineer

In this role, you would be part of a dynamic R&D team getting more Cleantech technologies to
the market by supporting our engineering team with application specific projects. With multiple
projects going on at the same time, the role will take part in various stages of development from
the concept to product launch. We are looking for an Electrical Project Engineer to help
develop, apply, and implement our various interesting applications

Your Impact:

  • Work with various chemistries with our BMS (Battery Management System)

  • Communicate with clients to understand their application and finding the right solution with our product

  • Work with customers to develop a technical requirements document

  • Manage team projects from prototype stage to production launch

  • Support in resource management

  • Participate in the design of information and operational support system

  • Work with team to produce proper test plans/strategies

  • Organize and maintain all technical documents

  • Research new technologies to improve KPM’s market position

What you will bring to the team:

  • Minimum 3-5 years of relevant experience

  • Four-year degree in the field of Electrical Engineering, Electronics Engineering, Computer

  • Engineering or Systems Engineering

  • Knowledge in C/C++ programming

  • Familiar with CANBus and similar bus technologies

  • Experience and knowledge with handling laboratory electrical equipment for testing and debugging

  • Ability to read and effectively interpret engineering drawings – schematics, pcb layouts, CAD drawings

  • Lab safety knowledge is critical as we will be working with live DC Power

Interested candidates, please submit your applications to, with subject line:


Electrical Project Engineer

Job Position:

Hardware Assembler

In this role, you would be part of a dynamic team getting more Cleantech technologies to the market where you’ll see the full production cycle at KPM Power, from designing products to shipping our electrical components into the field. You’ll receive the opportunity to practice hands-on technical skills (workshop; soldering, wire cutting/crimping/pinning, etc.) while you assemble, program and complete test validations on our battery management systems. 

Duties and Responsibilities 


  • Operate automatic and semi-automatic machines to strip, crimp, and splice wire leads 

  • Operate automatic testing equipment to locate circuit and wiring faults, shorts and component defects 

  • Assemble wire harnesses, adhering to quality standards and set deadlines 

  • Perform simple electrical and continuity testing of electronic components, parts and systems 

  • Check final assembly for finish, labelling and packaging methods 


Wire Harness Assemblers will operate the following Equipment/Machinery:

  • Soldering station 

  • Automatic and Manual crimpers 

  • Automated heat shrink machine 

  • Automatic wire cutting machine 



  • Knowledge using basic hand and power tools including drills, tie snips, impact drivers, glue guns and screwdrivers (or interested and willing to be trained) 

  • Must be a self-starter and the ability to work independently 

  • Excellent communication, time management and organizational skills 



If interested, please email your resume to with the subject line:  

Applying for Hardware Assembler, (Full Name) 

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