We’ve been creating recreational vehicles in Winkler, Manitoba since 1965. It all started when Peter W. Enns and his two sons-in-law Philipp Ens and Peter Elias got together to form a family business. To this day, Triple E is rooted in that same family tradition. Just like in a real family, togetherness is how we grow and succeed.
Triple E is a family business, through and through. We treat everyone who works here like family and we all make an effort to build relationships with our peers. Why? Because the quality of a luxury RV made at Triple E actually comes from our people. People like you.
As a Triple E employee you’ll receive an extended health coverage package for yourself, your spouse and children too. This includes medical, dental, life insurance, short and long-term disability, accidental death, dismemberment coverage and more.
Training and job growth are important parts of what we do. We believe in every single person on our team and in helping them achieve their goals.
We’ve been around since 1965, and we’re not going anywhere. The core of our team has been with us for over 25 years!
We take workplace health and safety very seriously and put everything we can in place to ensure a safe environment for the team.
Think manufacturing is all about working late nights and weekends? Not here. Our hours are Monday to Friday, 7:00am - 3:30pm. Perfect for families or just people who enjoy a set routine.
We love getting together. Every year we host a number of fun events including family picnics, BBQs, plus our annual golf tournament, Christmas banquet, awards program and more.
We believe a friendly, cooperative, team-based working environment is very important. Our employees enjoy working together and it shows.
You’re a details person, and you love seeing a project come to life. Our assembly team covers a lot of territory—from the initial stages to the finishing touches, you’ll be working with either electrical, cabinets, interior finishings, plumbing or one of our other assembly teams.
You’ll be wiring and assembling the electrical components that bring our RVs to life. No training required, but if you’ve got experience, we’d love to hear from you too.
All of the fabric parts and interiors of our RVs are made by hand by our talented sewing team. You’ll be operating sewing machines, assembling valences, stuffing cushions, and bringing beauty to the interior of our RVs.
As a part of our woodworking team you’ll be handcrafting a wide variety of things. Think of it like building a tiny house. From building cabinets to finishing countertops, you’ll be operating saws, the spray booth and more.
You’ve got a great eye for detail and an interest in vehicle finishing. From prepping and sanding to the final topcoat application, you’ll be in charge of beautifying the exterior of our RVs.
You’re obsessed with precision and accuracy, and have a knack for meeting deadlines and prioritizing on-the-fly. Whether it’s the CNC router or CNC panel saw, details are your strong suit.
You’re great with your hands and enjoy seeing projects come to life. As a part of our fiberglass team, you’ll be creating a variety of custom parts which involves gel coating, chopping, trimming, sanding and injection molding.
Our metal shop is where it all begins. You’ll be cutting materials, welding parts, and installing everything from generators to propane lines on the vehicle chassis before it hits the assembly line.
You have a knack for designing things that are both beautiful and functional. As a member of our product design team, you’ll be working closely with sales, research and development, and production to continually improve our line of RVs.
Building an RV is an intricate process that involves many stages, quality checks, tests, and procedures. Meaning we need a lot of general help from people like you. Electrical, plumbing, roofing and sidewall installation, interior finishing and more. Tell us your skills and we’ll find a job that’s right for you.