Hiring: Pipeline construction roles in Western Canada
- May 31, 2019
- By Ruairi Spillane
The absence of appropriate pipeline infrastructure has presented a huge challenge to Canada’s oil and gas industry over the past decade. Low oil prices and delays in investment decisions on LNG projects have put increased emphasis on the need for pipeline infrastructure to allow for increased exports of oil and gas. With two major pipeline projects moving forward, Outpost Recruitment has been contracted to assist with hiring for both site-based and office-based roles on two mega pipeline projects:
Trans Mountain Pipeline ($7.4bn)
The $7.4bn pipeline project aimed at twinning the existing oil pipeline between Edmonton (Alberta) and Vancouver (British Columbia) has been marred with controversy and delays. Prime Minister Trudeau’s decision to buy the Trans Mountain pipeline was expected to draw a line under the issue, but environment appeals continue to linger with construction likely to start in the coming months.
Coastal Gas Link Pipeline ($2.1bn)
The Coastal GasLink pipeline project aims to deliver natural gas from Dawson Creek, British Columbia (BC), to a facility near Kitimat. Following LNG Canada’s announcement of a final investment decision (FID) on the mega $40bn project in Kitimat, this project is now in construction.
Hiring in pipeline construction
With work commenced in Spring 2019 on two major projects, Outpost Recruitment is currently hiring candidates with civil (early works, excavation and site services) experience across major pipeline projects. All roles will be on a 6/2 roster from May to November. Candidates may opt to return to office work in November or take time off if they prefer during winter months. Roles we are currently hiring for:
- Project Management: Project Managers, Project Coordinators, Project Engineers
- Commercial Management: Quantity Surveyor, Senior Commercial Coordinator/Estimator, Cost Controls Coordinator
- HSE: HSE Coordinators, Project Safety Advisor, Health & Safety Administrator
- Environmental: Environmental Manager, Environmental Coordinators
- Quality: Quality Coordinators, QA/QC Manager
- Assistant Engineering Manager
- Engineering Manager
- Equipment Coordinator
- Field Document Controller
- Field Scheduler
- HR Coordinator
- Indigenous & Employment Coordinator
- Indigenous & Local Engagement Liaison
- Information Technology
- Operations Manager
- Information Technology Specialist
- Progress Chaser
- Project Contract Specialist
- Project Controls Lead
If you want to be part of this exciting venture, please ensure you create a profile via our website so that we can review your CV/resume and profile. Sponsorship opportunities will only available to senior pipeline personnel, so all other candidates must be eligible to work in Canada.
To create your profile, please click here.
Future hiring opportunities
Employer sponsorship opportunities are not a certainty, so if you want to be part of the pipeline industry in Canada, we recommend working towards obtaining the right to work in Canada independently. Visit our sister website, Moving2Canada, for free immigration resources and this helpful guide.
Contact Ruairi Spillane at [email protected] for more details.