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Apprentice Electrician 1st to 4th
Control Tech Control Tech is seeking experienced 1st to 4th Year Apprentices.
Our company has grown into a strong team over the past 20 years. We are focused on engaging our employees to develop and grow. We enjoy great relationships with our clients as well; making for a pleasant and professional work environment. Much of the work you will be doing is both interesting and rewarding; you will be doing a wide variety of jobs to grow your skills and abilities.
We are seeking skilled Apprentices that will embrace our safety culture and who takes pride in their work and enjoys working as part of a team. If you enjoy working in a team environment that is organized, and offers opportunities to develop your skill-set, then Control Tech might be the right fit for you.
· Self-motivated, reliable good attitude.
· Willingness to learn.
· Good work ethic.
· Must have own hand tools.
· H2S Alive, Standard First Aid, GSO, CSTS 9+
Control Tech is an Instrumentation, Electrical & Automation Service Provider started in 2001. We work on all aspects of Industrial applications for maintenance and repairs, as well as new construction projects. Control Tech is always looking for new ways to improve and grow as a business that values community, family, and mutual respect within our staff and our customers. We take great pride in providing quality and reliable service to all our customers.
Indigenous Monitor Coordinator
Trans Mountain As an Indigenous Monitor Coordinator with Trans Mountain, you’ll have the opportunity to work with a progressive and fast-paced group of Indigenous Monitors and Environmental Inspection professionals in the Major Projects department. This position is based in our Calgary office, with some time-to-time field travel.
Brothers Broadband Duties and Responsibilities: • Adhere to all company safety policies and procedures • Operate vehicle-mounted aerial device equipment – experience with cable placers is an asset • Placement of stands and cable – use of all tools and equipment necessary to complete work • Load and unload equipment and cable trailers • Outside Plant (OSP) line construction with coax, strand, copper and fibre cables • Perform testing and troubleshooting, if required • MUST be able to fully operate the Line Truck
Brothers Broadband Telecommunication Technician will be responsible for providing full cycle, in depth knowledge and support for the profession of Telecommunication Technician to ensure Aecon Construction Solutions Inc. achieves their general and specific project requirements. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES · Installation, maintenance, and repair of telecommunications lines, including telephones, Internet, and wireless systems · Inspect or test lines or cables, recording and analyzing test results. · Splice cables, using hand tools, epoxy, or mechanical equipment · Access specific areas to string lines or install terminal boxes, auxiliary equipment, or appliances, using bucket trucks, or by climbing poles or ladders, or entering tunnels, trenches, or crawl spaces. · Place insulation over conductors or seal splices with moisture-proof covering · Clean or maintain tools or test equipment · Participate in the construction or removal of telecommunication towers or associated support structures · Dig holes for power poles, using power augers or shovels, set poles in place with cranes, and hoist poles upright, using winches
West Fraser Various. See link to access the job opportunities on our website.
Community Energy Coordinator
Algonquins of Pikwakanagan First Nation The Community Energy Coordinator (CEC) will be responsible for the implementation of the items identified in the Community Energy Plan. The CEC will develop, administer and educate unique projects related to the Energy Sector, conduct research; provide recommendations to update AOPFN Community Energy Plan (CEP), provide workshops and meetings on energy efficiency for AOPFN members, explore renewable energy projects and funding opportunities and conduct operations and maintenance to AOPFN current solar infrastructures.
Algonquins of Pikwakanagan First Nation The Project Administrator is responsible for supporting the tri-partite working group represented by the Algonquins of Pikwakanagan (AOP), Atomic Energy of Canada Limited (AECL), and Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL). The Administrator will manage projects of the working group and coordinate necessary administrative functions associated with working group activities; implement assigned consultation projects that will include researching, planning, budgeting, and documenting all aspects of the work projects; will be responsible for supervision of delegated staff.
Logging Contractors in Smithers BC
Various Various positions available with Harvesting contractors working for West Fraser in Smithers
Indigenous Education and Engagement Coordinator
Fraser River Discovery Centre Society The Fraser River Discovery Centre (FRDC) and the Musqueam Indian Band (MIB) are seeking an Indigenous Education and Engagement Coordinator from within the Musqueam community to facilitate the planning for the development of the FRDC as a xʷtatəl̕ləm ʔə k̓ʷ šxʷəlməxʷaʔɬ syəθ ʔiʔ snəw̓eyəɬ ʔi ʔə tə ʔi n̓a stal̕əw̓ (Place of Learning About the Indigenous Heritage and Teachings of the Fraser River).