Transport Boutin has a mechanic job for you

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At Boutin, the commitment of our mechanical department is put to the test every day, both at the garage and on the road. Our objective: to provide a safe and efficient transportation fleet adapted to all possible situations. Our mechanics make it their business to ensure that all trucks and trailers meet Boutin’s highest quality standards.

When you work as an apprentice or mechanic, a technical advisor, a foreman or a parts or tire clerk, we make sure you have the best working conditions possible. Our employees are proud to work in an environment that promotes team work and helping one another.

At Boutin, all employees have the opportunity to develop their passion, and are an important link in the company’s chain of success.

Benefits of working at Boutin's garage

  • No rotational shiftwork
  • Bonuses for night, evening and weekend shifts
  • Temperature-controlled facilities to avoid extreme temperature fluctuations
  • Various allowances for equipment: tools, boots, safety equipment, work clothes

Available position at a garage

heavy vehicle mechanic technician

Job requirements

  • DEP qualifications in heavy vehicle mechanics
  • PEP card (an asset)

We offer

  • Competitive wages and conditions
  • Bonus for evening, night and weekend shift
  • Employee benefit program
  • Work tool allowance
  • Work clothing provided after probation period
  • Dynamic work environment
  • Ongoing training
  • Safe work environment
  • Fixed schedules

David Michaud Mechanic

With us since 2009
“To be a mechanic, you have to like your job, and if you do, Boutin is a great place. I really like my work schedule and the variety of tasks I do.”
David Michaud's day
  • 7:30 a.m. - Truck lubrication
  • 8 a.m. - Truck inspection
  • 10 a.m. - Truck repairs
  • Noon - Lunch
  • 12:30 p.m. - Truck inspection to detect electrical problems
  • 2:30 p.m. - Truck repairs – air leaks
  • 3 p.m. - Truck lubrication
  • 3:30 p.m. - End of day

Important notice

Tips for applicants

  • To arrive prepared, it’s a good idea to go over the tasks related to the position you are applying for.
  • Prepare and bring the documents necessary for the hiring process with you.
  • At the interview, be yourself. We want to be able to target your real interests and offer you a job that suits you.

Required documents

The hiring process requires that you provide us with certain documentation. Our human resources manager will let you know which documents we need by telephone. Here are some examples:

CV, references from previous employers, driver’s license, preventive maintenance program (PMP) card (if available), copy of halocarbon training certificate (if available).


Submit your CV to the human resources department by filling out the form below: