General Laborers & Fusers - (FSJ) #31989
Company: Employment Office
Ref. ID: 38049
Advertiser: Canadian Utility Construction
Salary: No salary specified
Location: Fort St John, BC
State: British Columbia
Canadian Utility Construction (CUC) has been specializing in providing pipeline construction, maintenance, testing, and repair services to the Western Canadian marketplace for over 20 years. Celebrating its 20th Anniversary in 2011, the company has grown to over 270 employees spanning across its three locations in British Columbia, Alberta, and Manitoba.
CUC has won numerous highly regarded bids over the years. We are looking at aggressive grow in the next 5 years.
At CUC, you will find an unwavering commitment to quality and safety, with a continued push towards long-term advancement. Importantly, CUC owns a large, diverse fleet of state-of-the-art equipment, and is continually leveraging new technologies in the effort to improve efficiencies.
Canadian Utilities Construction is seeking several safety oriented individuals to fill multiple seasonal roles in Fort St John, BC. These roles include Fusers and General Labourers. All positions require individuals to have a positive attitude and strong communication (verbally and in writing) and customer service skills.
You will carry out heat fusion operations on plastic pipe systems and perform construction and maintenance work, such as pavement cutting, excavation, water jetting, backfill and cleanup, etc. You will also use small tapping machines and cut/prepare pipe for fittings, pump drips, and change recorder charts.
Along with completion of High School with proof of some further technical training, you have 3 - 5 years of experience as a Fuser/Welder in a similar construction environment.
You also have:
- Experience in all aspects of pressure testing and performing electro fusions;
- The ability to read and understand construction drawings and lift up to 20 lbs and work in a physically demanding environment;
- The capacity to complete as-built drawings;
- Experience in live gas tie-in’s;
- A clean and current driver’s License (Class 5);
- A valid Atco Gas fusing ticket;
- Certification or the ability to be certified for the prescribed pressure piping gas welding certificate and Plastic Pipe Heat Fusion Certificate.
Salary/ Benefits & Compensation
- You will work closely with the Foreman and other members of a construction crew to ensure that safe and efficient work procedures are followed.
- This will involve performing excavation, traffic control, manual backfilling, digging, loading and unloading construction materials and moving materials about in work areas. You will also level earth using rakes and shovels, remove rubble and garbage using wheelbarrows and other equipment.
- You have completed High School along with some further technical training from a recognized post secondary institution or training provider.
- Some previous experience in the construction industry is preferred and a Class 5 Driver’s license with a clean driver’s abstract is required. The ability to lift upwards of 20 lbs and work in a physically demanding environment is essential as is the ability to work with others.
In exchange for all your hard work, you will be rewarded with a highly attractive wage and opportunities to work overtime. Additionally, you will enjoy full benefits and RSP matching plan, in an supportive atmosphere where you can continue to further your career.
You’ll also enjoy company-supported professional development opportunities, as well as joining an inclusive, welcoming team of safety-quality oriented professionals. All Canadian Utility Construction employees benefit from working in a stable, growing, forward-looking company that recognizes their people are their greatest asset.
Upon joining CUC, you will encounter a team that values and rewards hard work, and understands the importance of career progression for dedicated employees. Ninety-five percent of all CUC Management has been with the company for over 10 years, having been promoted from roles such as labourers or skilled workers.