Under the mentorship of a team of multi-disciplinary professionals, students are challenged to innovate in the areas of design, maintenance, continuous improvement, quality, and support services. A hands-on, applied, practical experience is what Michelin co-op students can expect.
Hear what our co-op students have to say about their work terms:
Every Winter, Spring and Fall we are proud to partner with university co-op programs local to our facilities. All interested applicants must be registered with and apply through the co-op office for their faculty.
We regularly recruit from the following programs (NS & QC):
Mechanical and Mechatronics Engineering;
Process Engineering; and,
Computer Science and Computer Engineering.
Also in Quebec:
Finance & Accounting; and,
Application requirements include:
covering letter; and,
Students are also welcome to submit a portfolio of work if they desire.
Selected candidates will be invited to participate in an interview either in person at the local co-op office or via video. Offers of employment are made to successful students via their co-op office's chosen method.
International students with valid student work permits are welcome and encouraged to apply.
Compensation: Like our full-time engineers, our co-op students work as salaried employees. Our rates are based on level of degree completion and experience.
In-person experience: All positions offered are located on-site at our world-class manufacturing facilities. Our co-op experiences are best suited to students pursuing hands-on, applied, practical experiences.
At our NS sites where students are unable to commute, travel expenses and accommodations are provided.