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We are proud to build the world’s best aircraft

Since its inception more than 80 years ago, Bombardier’s focus has always been on helping the world move efficiently and quickly through highly reliable transportation products, whether on the ground or in the air. Today, we are a world leading manufacturer of business aircraft. To continue building aircraft that meet our highest standards of quality, we are on the lookout for talented employees.

Discover our careers and apply now!

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Structure assemblers

As an assembler, you will be responsible for assembling, adjusting and installing prefabricated modules and subassemblies in order to build the aircraft according to the assembly drawings. You will then verify the assembly against technical specifications.


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Mechanical maintenance technician

The Mechanical maintenance technician is a resource person who, thanks to his technical expertise, ensures the maintenance and repair of the machines used in the production of our aircraft.


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Furniture Finisher

As a furniture finisher, you will be responsible for finishing and refinishing the interior furniture of our corporate aircraft. You will be asked to paint or varnish the wood to specified stains or apply special finishes.


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As an aeronautical painter, you will prepare the surfaces before applying the paint on them, mix the paint and apply it using a conventional or electrostatic gun.


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In this role, you will be assembling materials to cover aircraft seats, upholstering chairs and backrests, making interior accessories and other textile accessories found on aircraft.


It takes the best to build the best

Work with the best

Join a talented and close-knit team, executing best-in-class work on exceptional aircraft.

Learn from the best

Learning from the best in the business, you will develop and hone your skills in a positive, fast-paced environment.

Earn what you deserve

As a skilled employee, you’ll receive competitive compensation and comprehensive benefits.

Meet our employees

Martin Villeneuve

Martin Villeneuve

Assembler, Team Leader of the Challenger 650 cockpit, with us since 1990.

"In 1990, after taking a riveting course that lasted a few months, I started at Bombardier as an assembler. I had the chance to work in different positions, including the cockpit, which I have never left. Here, I have the opportunity to work on a wide range of components, from assembly to hydraulic and pneumatic systems and even flight control systems. To become an assembler, you have to be comfortable with manual work and enjoy new challenges. This versatility allows you to understand the complexity of the product and personally, that's something I really enjoy. There are no limits to what you can accomplish."

Joël Vaudrin

Electrical technician, with us since 1998.

"After a year in the Humanities program at CEGEP, I discovered that it wasn't really for me. Since I liked manual work, electricity and electronics, I decided to go for a technical degree in electrodynamics. Today, my work consists of analyzing and repairing, with the help of various electronic tools, the machines that manufacture the parts for the cockpits and certain components of the wings of our entire aircraft fleet. To do my job, you need have a very good analytical mind, be resourceful, tenacious and know how to work in a team. Also, thanks to the diversity of the equipment, I am constantly developing my analytical skills and I find that really rewarding."

Joël Vaudrin
Céline Massie

Céline Massie

Furniture Finisher, with us since 2012.

"I started staining furniture when I was 18, and have loved working with wood ever since. When I was younger, I didn’t think it would be possible to make a career out of my passion so I pursued a career in administration.  That being said, 15 years ago, I decided to reorient myself and follow my passion. I followed a training in furniture finishing at the Centre Professionnel des Moulins where I completed my DEP.  After my studies, I worked for five years in the private sector, then I was hired by Bombardier. As soon as I joined the team, I felt like I was in my element. I've been here for 10 years already and I still feel just like the first day. I love my work and the challenges I face. The more complex the piece is, the more I love it.  This field requires a lot of autonomy, the ability to be very methodical, patient, humble and open-minded. We share tips and techniques with each other to perfect our expertise and it's really rewarding to achieve a sublime product that gives the aircraft all its character."

Tommy Bergevin

 Finishing painter, with us since 2001.

"When I was 17, I didn't really see myself going to university, so I decided to pursue a DEP in auto bodywork. I worked there for a while, then I applied for a job at Bombardier. At first, I worked nights and I loved it, because it's during this shift that we paint the whole plane. However, being a painter is much more than just painting; it's a whole range of techniques and processes, including surface preparation, sanding, application and masking. To do my job, you have to be hard-working, conscientious, meticulous and a team player. It is in fact thanks to everyone's effort that we can create an exceptional product that reflects the expertise of each person."

Tommy Bergevin
Luren Solis

Luren Solis

Upholsterer, with us since 1997.

"I came to New York at 17 where I studied import-export, decoration and worked as a contractor in construction before coming to Canada. When I was 32 years old and came to Quebec, a friend told me that Bombardier was hiring, so I wanted to apply for a job in the wood and metal shop because I had some knowledge in the field. However, at the time, they were only looking for upholsterers, a profession I was not familiar with. That being said, because of my qualifications, I took the test, passed and Bombardier gave me a chance. To this day, I am very grateful because it was my first job in Canada. At first, I was very intimidated, but the people were nice and made me love my job. What sealed the deal was when I had the honor of working on the interior of the first Global Express. We were trembling with pride, because we knew this moment was historical. Now I've been doing this for 25 years and I see that the aviation industry and its future are only getting better and better."

Not ready to join us yet? Get in touch with us!

Contact our team to find out what opportunities are available to you and to participate in recruitment events in your area.

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