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Mechanical Intern

Internship Summary

As an intern, you will be called upon to work in several phases of a client project (system design, orders, follow-ups, assembly, installation, start-up, and validation). Thus, you will evolve within a multidisciplinary team that integrates the company’s technologies and expertise into robotic systems intended for clients.

Position type: Full-time
Duration: 4-8 months
Start date: September 2024
Location: Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville
Immediate supervisor: Engineering Supervisor

Responsabilities and Main Tasks

Due to the high number of projects, the main tasks and responsibilities of the intern cannot be confirmed before the start of the internship. Therefore, you will be called upon to perform some of the following tasks:

  • Participate in the design of certain mechanical portions of robotic systems;
  • Model the systems using SolidWorks software;
  • Prepare manufacturing drawings and select commercial components;
  • Participate in the design and preparation of pneumatic circuit drawings;
  • Handle the submission and purchasing process for custom and commercial materials;
  • Act as a contact with manufacturers and product representatives;
  • Participate in the assembly of systems;
  • Make modifications to certain parts or perform other manual tasks;
  • Perform any other related tasks.

Requirements

Desired Training Program: Technical Diploma or Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering
Internship Type: S3, S4, or S5.

  • Having experience using 3D CAD software (preferably SolidWorks);
  • Being meticulous and conscientious;
  • Demonstrating leadership and autonomy;
  • Speaking and writing in French and English (functional).

Benefits

  • Possibility of remote work;
  • Flexible schedule;
  • Organized social activities;
  • Free coffee and fruits;
  • Paid leave for birthday;
  • Work-life balance;
  • Gym facility;
  • And many more.

Who Are We?

AV&R is a globally recognized Quebec engineering company specializing in robotics, operating in the aerospace, energy, and orthopedic sectors.

We design complex robotic systems with a high level of technology. Our team of engineering graduates has developed expertise in gas turbine parts and orthopedic implants.

Specifically, AV&R offers robotic finishing machines (profiling, sanding, deburring) and automated visual inspection machines to manufacturers of gas turbine parts used in both aircraft engines and energy generation, as well as to manufacturers of orthopedic implants.

At AV&R, we know that process automation is useful to humans, and we believe it should be simplified. That’s why we’ve made it our mission: humanizing robotics! This means we want to make robots more accessible and tailored to our clients’ needs so they can be easily implemented in manufacturing plants, regardless of their field. The daily actions of AV&R employees are thus guided by the ambition to:

  • Simplify robot programming so that everyone can program them;
  • Make robots intelligent so they can react to their environment;
  • Collaborate with robots to assist humans in difficult tasks, not replace them;
  • Make our robotic solutions accessible to everyone by optimizing costs;
  • Guarantee safety to protect humans nearby.