LIFE AT BRP
At BRP, we have a visceral connection to our consumers, one created from a shared passion for the Ultimate Ride. Our teams have a unique ability to develop market-shaping products and services that move people physically and emotionally.
Distributed throughout more than 100 countries, our product line-up includes Ski-Doo and Lynx snowmobiles, Sea-doo watercraft, side-by-side all terrain vehicles, Can-Am Spyder roadsters, Evinrude marine propulsion systems, marine propulsion systems and motors for Rotax karts, motorcycles, and small planes, as well as a full line-up of parts, accessories, and clothing.
Our 10 000 employees make up a big family of diverse cultures who all share a common value: innovation. Our people are passionate and qualified; by joining BRP, you will evolve at the heart of an experienced team that will welcome you with open arms.
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WHY JOIN THE TEAM?
- To work in the creative field of recreational vehicle development
- To be part of a dynamic and motivated team
- To have an opportunity to innovate and influence technical orientations in the field of powersports
MAIN ROLES OF THIS POSITION
- Create the technical drawings needed to manufacture new vehicles
- Participate in the development of components and follow up on the production of prototypes
- Collaborate with the team's designers and engineers on the problem-solving process Produce follow-up files to optimize project progress
YOU WERE BORN FOR THIS JOB IF:
- You have a college diploma in mechanical engineering or relevant design experience
- You have experience with 3D modelling and surface design;
- You have a knack for mechanics and good 3D visualization skills
- You know how to use software programs like Catia V5 and Solidworks
- You are already a fan of BRP recreational products
WE'RE ALWAYS LOOKING FOR NEW TALENT!
Think you might have what it takes? Don't hesitate-apply today!
AN EXCEPTIONAL AREA!
The Eastern Townships, located at the very south of the province, shares a border with the United States over close to 300 km (186 mi). The charm comes on thick as you forge your way into this paradise of mountains, hills and valleys. The architectural heritage, evidence of the Anglo-Saxon legacy, has transformed the towns into the most picturesque of places. 80% of the territory is covered by forests. Come the fall season, an abundance of colour covers the branches. To the sheer delight of outdoor enthusiasts, four national parks, including Parc national du Mont-Orford, and many other natural areas provide their share of activities, no matter the season: hiking, biking, camping, skiing and so much more. A favourite vacation destination, the Eastern Townships offers a good selection of B&Bs and inns, not to mention spas and health centres. Agritourism completes the region's circle of charm, with five different circuits exploring vineyards, orchards, country-style dining, terroir delights and sugar shacks. In fact, the region counts several vineyards, all very different from one another, such as the Vignoble Le Cep d'Argent where you can discover the pleasure of their palatable wine