Instrumentation Journeyman

Description:

Techmation Electric & Controls Ltd is currently seeking experienced Instrumentation Journeyman & Apprentice for our Fort St John branch.

Techmation works on a variety of industrial construction oil and gas projects throughout Western Canada. As a successful applicant, you will have the opportunity to work on full-time, long-term construction projects with well-established and reputable clients.

Requirements:
• Journeyman Instrument certificate
• Candidates must have valid H2S Alive, Standard First Aid, CSTS-09 and OSSA Fall Protection certificates
• Must have previous instrumentation construction experience working within the Industrial Oil & Gas sector
• Must have a flexible work schedule - shift work, overtime, weekends and travel will be required
• Valid Class 5 drivers license and reliable transportation
• Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal

Techmation Electric & Controls is one of Canada's Best Managed Companies (Gold Standard) that provides a complete range of electrical and instrumentation services throughout Western Canada for the Oil & Gas industry. Our culture is built on a foundation of positive attitudes, genuinely invested people, innovative programs, and quality mentorship. At Techmation, we are committed to Quality, Safety & Service!

We provide an attractive compensation package that includes competitive wages, benefits, pension plan, and much more. Techmation believes in succession planning to promote employee career advancement.

If you are interested in a stable, long-term career growth opportunity, please submit your resume online through our company careers page.

 
Posted City: Fort St. John
Posted: 01/22/2019
Expires: 02/19/2019
Ad ID: 635601
Ad View: 86

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Techmation Electric & Controls

8319 89A Street
Fort St. John, BC
V1J 0P1

Posted by: Victoria Hedge
Registered City: Los Angeles, CA
Member Since: 2019
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