Calling all Heavy equipment operators!
Calling all heavy equipment operators!
Work at one of our Suncor sites by applying with one of our seven strategic civil contractors today.
We are looking to fill a variety of positions for long-term and continuous work in the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo through our stategic civil contractors listed below.
Christina River Construction Ltd. (CRC) is a partnership between Fort McMurray First Nations Group of Companies and Morgan Construction and Environmental Ltd (Morgan), that is based out of Edmonton, Alberta with branches across the province. Our combined fleets are managed to maximize customer requirements while also providing excellent value to the Nation. We are a heavy civil contractor with over 50 years of experience working for resource corporations throughout Western and Northern Canada.
Neegan is part of the Tuccaro Group—Canada’s leading group of Aboriginal companies—providing essential support services to the energy industry of Fort McMurray. Neegan has played a vital role in our community for over 30 years, providing fuel and mine services in the oil sands region. With a large fleet of light and heavy-duty mine equipment, and fuelling equipment, Neegan supplies the highest quality products and service.
Fully owned by the Fort McKay First Nation Band, we are one of Canada’s largest wholly owned Indigenous organizations. Our purpose is to preserve and propel the Fort McKay First Nation and better the lives of Indigenous people. We are headquartered out of Fort McKay with offices spread out across five locations in Alberta with approximately 2000 employees following our values aligned with our community impact. We look forward to welcoming you to a career with our diverse employment offerings.
With offices strategically located across Canada, we provide construction, machining, heavy equipment operators, operational and maintenance services that keep our clients moving forward. With a joint venture partnership with the Fort McMurray First Nation Group of Companies, Flint, a division of ClearStream, is the clear choice for competent heavy equipment operators, labourers and skilled technical professionals. Our talent acquisition team, using our fleet of simulators, assess, align and deploy human capital resources to enhance our clients’ organizational performance.
With the country’s largest independently-owned heavy construction and mining fleet, North American Construction Group (NACG) always puts the best foot forward. Our experience in earthworks is unrivalled, and includes hard rock and oil sands mining, overburden removal, site development and reclamation.
As one of the safest and fastest growing heavy equipment contractors in Canada, NACG has plenty of opportunities to offer for new hires, and room to grow for qualified personnel. Join the North American team today!
At KMC Mining (KMC), our unique fleet, decades of tried reliability and dedicated people are our biggest strength. Together we strive for excellence in everything that we do. We achieve this through our highly-skilled, committed, and empowered workforce.
KMC offers employment opportunities for all skill sets. Whether you are new to the industry, looking for a change, a recent graduate, or a seasoned professional, our team will provide you with the training and support you need to grow and strengthen your career.
Our focus on people and relationships, and our uncompromising commitment to health and safety, allows us to acquire some of the best talent in the industry.
Thompson believes in employing the right person for the right role. We promote inclusiveness in our recruitment process and adhere to employment equity and equal opportunity programs.
Thompson Construction Group is always looking for great people to join the team.
Safety above all else: Our commitment
It is important that everyone coming to our sites understands our safety expectations. Safety is our collective responsibility, and it requires all of us to work together to know and most importantly, understand the safety processes in place.
Like many other companies, we have had to manage the challenges the COVID-19 pandemic has brought to the workplace. Rest assured, over the last 20 months we have monitored and adjusted protocols to ensure the people working on our sites can do so safely. We have reduced our workforce numbers where possible so only essential workers supporting our operations are at our sites and those who can work from home, do so.
Precautions are being taken to ensure health and safety on all transportation to Suncor sites, including increased cleaning and sanitization protocols and reducing the number of passengers on buses at some locations.
In lodges, we have worked with our service providers to increase the frequency and intensity of cleaning and have moved to full-service cafeterias and individually packaged items to reduce touchpoints and interactions.
To help stop the spread, Suncor requires everyone who works on our sites to keep up to date on our ongoing pandemic response. To learn more, visit our COVID-19 section. Knowing the safety protocols in place will help to keep you and your coworkers safe.
Understanding Alberta’s COVID-19 isolation and quarantine protocols
It is important that workers understand the provincial requirements for isolation and quarantine if they develop symptoms or are exposed to COVID-19 at site.
Please visit Alberta Health Services and scroll down to Isolation and Quarantine requirements to understand what you can expect if you become ill or are exposed to COVID-19 whether you are partially vaccinated, fully vaccinated or do not have immunization protection.
As an added layer of protection against the spread of COVID-19, Suncor has implemented mandatory rapid antigen screening. Individuals who are partially or not vaccinated are required to participate for site access.
Lodging and food are hosted by Suncor at the following lodges for the duration of your stay:
- Civeo Bighorn Lodge
- Civeo Black Bear Lodge
- Civeo Lynx Lodge
- Birch Mountain Lodge
- Mount Logan Lodge
- McClelland Lake Lodge
Bus transportation between the lodges and our Base Plant operations is complimentary and offers uninterrupted service from the lodges to site.
Suncor has a fly in and out program which is only applicable to those employees and contractors traveling into the Wood Buffalo region, in cases where relocation is not possible. Workers living in the Fort McMurray area will be offered transportation to and from camp-based sites by bus.
As part of your onboarding experience, you will receive a Suncor ID card which will be required for boarding the bus for site access. Bus schedules will be posted and available at the lodges when you arrive, and posted on sunlink.suncor.com. Schedules are subject to change.