DROPLET is a unique company. We build amazing lightweight teardrop camping trailers but aim not to do so at any cost. Pascal, the founder of DROPLET, is deeply attached to the company’s core values. Among others, he dreams of creating a sustainable and enjoyable work environment for everyone. He tries to fix what he has been facing and seeing in different industries for many years – prejudice.

At DROPLET, we value passion and motivation more than diplomas and experience. Regardless of work and background, we believe anybody can learn anything if they put their heart into it.


Maker, Builder, Woodworker

You will not do the same thing all day long. You’ll be assembling our campers with pride from start to finish. We’ll discuss your suggestions to improve the process and build jigs and fixtures to make our lives easier. As the company grows, you’ll have the opportunity to learn new trades, machines, and software.

The assembly worker will work with the assembly team. She (he) will participate in all assembly tasks, track their progress, and be involved in some inventory and quality control.


  • Receive parts and sub-assemblies from suppliers
  • Adjust inventory level
  • Read drawings and check parts conformity. Flag non conform parts (NCP)
  • Prepare assembly line tools and collect parts for the next job
  • Assemble parts
  • Track and report progress
  • Clean up and keep tools organized
  • Report problems
  • Suggest process improvements. Design new fixtures and jigs to improve quality and process
  • Build new fixtures and jigs to improve quality and process

Responsibilities :

  • Follow work instructions
  • Fill up timesheets and report variances
  • Track and Report inventory levels
  • Use and maintain the Kanban inventory system.
  • Report quality issues
  • Suggest improvements
  • Report safety concerns

The production supervisor will work full-time with the assembly worker for the first four weeks. The assembly worker will be shadowing and learning. Once trained, the assembly worker will be paired with a senior assembly worker for significant tasks. He will work independently on sub-assemblies that suit her(his) abilities and interests. The supervisor will randomly check and guide the first article during production.

The technical director will train and mentor the assembly worker on process-related topics, lean manufacturing, and inventory management. 30 min training will be provided weekly.

If you’re a passionate maker with a deep respect for the customer, love the outdoors and want to work on an excellent product, send us your resume.

We don’t want to lose your time or ours. We’ll reply to every application that shows interest and knowledge of our products.

Operation Specialist Internship

DROPLET is shaping the future of small camping trailers with sleek designs, technology, and innovation. DROPLET allows more people to venture outdoors for a camping trip by taking away the hassle of packing, adding comfort and insulation in an easy-to-tow camping pod.

DROPLET is a start-up company based in Burnaby. We are growing rapidly and have big ambitions.

Role Overview

We are looking for supply chain skills. This is a hands-on position working with our production team.


Re-supply all necessary parts to manufacture our trailers. You are in charge of ordering, replenishing, sorting, and inventory using lean manufacturing technics and processes.

* Maintain inventory on the MRP system. (ERPNext)

* Implement operations on MRP.

Review production time, workstations, and BOM.

* Issue and follow-up work orders

* Create work procedures

* Sourcing:

Analyze cost-saving opportunities and find new vendors.

Who are You?

You are highly organized and independent. You are interested in camping and outdoor activities. You are task-oriented and consider yourself a hard-working individual. A work-hard, play-hard environment is enticing to you. You work well in a team setting and are coachable.

As a person, you are friendly, fun and energetic.

Ideal Experience

– Some responsibility in a retail store.

– You tinker in your work and home life; you enjoy creating things.

– Used an ERP system.

– Extremely comfortable with tech and software.

– Working knowledge of advanced technology like ERP, MRP, Google Sheets, Google Forms,… Willing to learn how we leverage technology for project management, time cards, and efficiency programs.

Physical Requirements

– Must be comfortable working with a variety of power tools and equipment

– Must be able to lift and carry or otherwise move 40+ pounds regularly

– Must be able to work in a warehouse environment and an office.

This is an excellent opportunity to join a fast-growing, innovative outdoor company that wants to make a difference.

Please note that ICTC subsidizes this position. To be eligible, you will need to:

  • Students must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents, or persons to whom refugee protection has been conferred under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act
  • Enrolled in a Canadian accredited post-secondary institution program during the work placement period.
  • The student is legally entitled to work in Canada. Common disqualifier:
  • International students or students with work permits do not qualify.

Please state in your cover letter if you are eligible.

Please reach out if you are passionate about the job or the product. You will have better chances if you tell us why you are applying : ) Cheers!

Job Types: Internship / Co-op, Fixed term contract
Contract length: 4 months

Salary: $17.00-$20.00 per hour


  • Casual dress
  • Commuter benefits
  • Company events
  • Flexible schedule
  • On-site parking
  • Paid time off
  • Store discount
  • Work from home


  • 8-hour shift
  • Monday to Friday

Supplemental pay types:

  • Commission pay

3D Modeling Engineer

We are DROPLET. We build the coolest tiny camping trailers.

We are a start-up company with a small, energetic team. We have the ambition to lead the market of micro trailers with innovative solutions and technology.

This contract is funded by the “Student Work Placement Program (SWPP). Please confirm your eligibility in your intro letter.

  • Be a Canadian Citizen, permanent resident or a protected person defined by the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act.
  • Be a registered student in an accredited Canadian post-secondary institution.
  • Not be an international student, even with a work permit.

This job is ideal for a young engineer or industrial designer who wants real-life experience.


* Create, number and model parts in Solidworks

* Create assemblies and mating in Solidworks

* Source suppliers and analyze costs.

* Manage the production of samples. Supervise prototyping.

* Create BOM in the MRP system, work instructions, and cost sheets

* Design fixtures and jigs for assembly

* Test and validate the prototype

Skillset required:

* 3D modelling in CAD – Solidworks

* Sourcing

* Industrial process knowledge (Injection moulding, Thermoforming, Fibreglass, 3D printing…).

* Project management.

* Building stuff (it’s also a hands-on job).

Thanks for reading. Looking forward to hearing from you.!

Job Type: Fixed-term contract
Contract length: 4 months

Salary: $50,000.00-$60,000.00 per year


  • Casual dress
  • Commuter benefits
  • Flexible schedule
  • On-site parking
  • Store discount


  • 8-hour shift
  • Monday to Friday

Application question(s):

  • The government subsidizes this position.

Be a Canadian Citizen, permanent resident or a protected person defined by the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act.
Be a registered student in an accredited Canadian post-secondary institution.
Not be an international student, even with a work permit.


  • Bachelor’s Degree (preferred)


  • Mechanical engineering: 1 year (preferred)
  • product design: 1 year (preferred)


  • English (required)

Expected start date: 2023-01-01

Are you interested in joining our company but do not see the right position? Contact us through the contact form and let us know about your desired role.