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Engineering Jobs in Canada

Are you seeking an engineering job? At Orion Group, we have a number of opportunities available in areas such as Newfoundland, Calgary, St John’s and Fort McMurray. There are various different roles offered, such as senior construction planners, engineering superintendents and execution engineers. You can work in industries such as Oil and Gas and Construction either on or offshore.

A related MSc degree, most usually in engineering, is typically required and additional qualifications relevant to the role you are applying for is often necessary. However, this is dependent on the seniority of the role and, as such, strong experience in that sector can often be more favourable. Regardless, experience in the associated sector is highly desired and knowledge of wider issues in the industry is preferable. Permanent and contract posts are available.

By working in Canada, you are providing yourself with an excellent opportunity to move across North America into different roles. There are a large number of engineering projects currently occurring in both Canada and the US – particularly in the fracking industry – that demand a large number of skilled engineers. If you are willing to move location from time to time, you will find plenty of opportunities available.

If a Canada-based engineering role suits you, you can take a look at the current job vacancies we have available below. Alternatively, you can contact one of our recruitment consultants or quick-send your CV and we will be more than happy to give you bespoke advice about specific opportunities, or contact you when something tailored to your needs becomes available.

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