North American Construction Group

Utility Operator

Posted Date 2 weeks ago(2/13/2018 4:31 PM)
Job ID
2018-7799
# Positions
3
Job City
Fort McMurray, AB

Overview

For over 60 years, North American Construction Group (NACG) has worked to build a solid reputation as an industry leader in heavy construction and mining. As one of the largest providers of mining, heavy construction, industrial and tailings & environmental services in Western Canada, we have the precise combination of knowledge and experience that clients seek when they select a service provider.

 

 

Position Scope

This is a site based position working in Fort McMurray at Syncrude. Schedule is 14x7 or 21x7, working 11.5 hours. 

 

Camp Accommodations are NOT provided. Transporation from Fort McMurray to site provided.

Responsibilities

Must have 3-4 year's experience operating various pieces of equipment (D3 - D11 Dozer, 200 to 1900 Excavator, Loader, 777 Haul Truck, 16-24 Grader). Must be willing to operate various pieces of equipment in the same day.

 

Summary

Employee must arrive at orientation with OSSA, CSTS, Valid Class 5 license , and a driver’s abstract, meeting Canadian standards (issued within last 30 days), Void cheque/direct deposit on first day. Must be proficient in English, both verbally and written. Must undergo and successfully pass an A&D test.  Also, must be willing to undergo and successfully pass fitness for work testing. Must have experience on equipment mentioned above. Shift, site, and start times are subject to change.

 

ONCE DISPATCHED YOU WILL RECEIVE A CALL FROM NORTH AMERICAN TO BOOK A PRE-ACCESS A&D TEST (MAY TAKE 2-3 DAYS).  ONCE SUCCESSFULLY PASSED YOU WILL BE CONTACTED AGAIN TO BOOK A FIT FOR WORK TEST.   AFTER RESULTS ARE RECEIVED BY NORTH AMERICAN (CAN BE 1-5 DAYS) CANDIDATES WILL AGAIN BE CONTACTED BY NORTH AMERICAN REGARDING START DATE AND ORIENTATION.  NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE, SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES WILL BE CONTACTED.

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