Ardea Technologies is comprised of Long Bridge Inc, Machine Control Systems, and IDT Systems Inc. With facilities in Guelph and Cambridge, Ontario Canada, we are one of Canada’s largest Control Panel Manufacturers. Our Cambridge facility is dedicated to the manufacture of Custom Electrical Control Panels for a myriad of industrial automation applications. Our Guelph facilities provide design, manufacture, programming, and commissioning services for the industrial automation industry with exceptional expertise in environmental applications.

With over 65 employees dedicated to the design and construction of electrical Control Panels, we continue to look for the very best technical staff and professionals that assist us on our path to excellence and continued rapid growth. We hope that you will consider a career with us!

Working at Ardea

Working at Ardea Technologies means being a part of a community that values growth, mutual trust and respect and continuous learning. We continually innovate and invest in our people and processes to maximize value and achieve excellence. We deliver value through collaborative communication with a focus on stakeholder relationships and deliver custom engineered solutions and control panels for our partners around the globe. We offer a safe, inclusive, and productive environment for all team members and take pride in the work we do and the impact it has.

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Our Commitment to Our Employees

Ardea Technologies wouldn’t be the successful organization it is today without our outstanding staff. We want to earn our teams’ respect and build strong relationships with our staff. Through taking pride in our purpose, inclusion through collaboration, and having a respectful and inclusive work environment, we can continually innovate and invest in our people and processes to achieve maximum value and excellence. Your success is our success.

Job Opportunities


Production workers produce and assemble our products. They operate the necessary tools and ensure production standards are met, finalize products, and prepare them for shipping.

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Sales & Administration

Sales and administration staff are responsible for processing sales orders, supporting sales staff, managing production, and managing several functions of day-to-day operations and may be required to liaise with other departments.

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Design & Programming

Designers are responsible for the research and design of our company’s products. They perform various tasks in an engineering department including drafting drawings, collaborating with their team and other teams, and supporting the manufacturing process. Programmers are responsible for designing and creating software programs, integrating systems and software, training end-users, analyzing algorithms, modifying source-code, writing system instructions, debugging, and maintaining operating systems.

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Perks & Benefits

A career at Ardea Technologies can be very rewarding as attested to by our many long-service employees. By approaching each new assignment as an opportunity to build mastery, we help foster a true sense of purpose and value in all that we do.

We offer the following incentives to our work environment:

Excellent Benefits Package

Incudes medical, dental, vision and life insurance

Group Retirement Savings and Deferred Profit-Sharing Plans

Company matching program to help invest in your retirement

Strong Commitment to Employee Health, Safety and Wellness

Caring management, medical benefits, and flexible working environments 


Paid Sick Days, Paid Personal Days, Paid Vacation, & Paid Birthdays Off

Paid Development and Training Opportunities

Including but not limited to continuing education opportunities

Travel and Spending Expenses

Tax free reimbursement for necessary travel and expenses

Access to Company Equipment

Company provided laptops, cell phones, office supplies and more

Work-Life Balance

Hybrid opportunities, flexibility in scheduling, and PTO

Talent Acquisition FAQ

This is a general overview of our recruitment process. Please note that depending on the role, there may be slight differences and we do sometimes work with third party recruitment firms to fill positions – they may have a different process altogether.

Our recruitment process is simple, once you have submitted your application, which may include a questionnaire or assignment, our Human Resources Supervisor will review your submission. We review submissions based on the requirements of the role, as well as organizational fit to the best of our ability. If your application meets our requirements, you’ll be contacted to engage in the next stage of the process.

The next stage is a phone call. We want to get to know you better, learn more about your skills and give you an opportunity to ask any questions you may have about the role or organization.

For candidates that succeed in communicating their skills and showing interest, we will conduct an in-person meeting (online if accommodations are needed) with the Senior Vice President and the Human Resources Supervisor at the facility location you applied for in your application. This stage in the process allows us to focus on your suitability for the role and dive deeper into your experiences, skills, attitude, motivations, and goals. There may be an onsite testing component based on specific roles.

If everything goes well, you’ll find an offer in your email within a week of the in-person interview.

Absolutely! We always encourage interested applicants to continue developing their skills and try again. If you didn’t land the role the first time, we want to encourage you to try again later.

Once you accept the offer, sign the document, and return it to the recruiter, the Human Resources Supervisor will send out credentials for safety training which must be completed before working within our facilities. Once completed, you will have your first day on site. Onboarding will begin where we will ask for your contact details and go through a list of information you need to know. You’ll have a tour of the facility and meet many other employees. Then you will then meet your team leader and begin ISO and on the job training. Your workspace will be designated to you and any equipment needed will be provided within the first week.

Training length depends on your role and is an ongoing part of development and growth at Ardea Technologies. You will learn about our processes, tools, guidelines and more.

Certain positions are eligible for a hybrid-remote work environment, and this will be stated within each job description.

If you have any questions, inquiries, or concerns with regard to recruitment at Ardea Technologies, please reach out to

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