Bird Nason Contracting Group's teamwork approach combines the efforts of our professional engineers, technical staff and skilled trades people to deliver challenging projects through safe operations and specialized services. Bird Nason Contracting Group rewards innovation and creativity and promotes a healthy balance between professional and personal life.
We provide a wide variety of training including job specific safety and leadership training for apprentices and journeypersons. We value trade experience and support opportunities to advance into other positions in the firm including estimating, project management, site management or safety. We offer competitive wages, proper tools and a comprehensive benefits plan provided through The Christian Labour Association of Canada (CLAC).
We are always searching for dynamic and dedicated individuals to join our ever-growing Bird Nason Contracting Group team. Please take a look at our current opportunities.
Bird Nason Contracting Group is currently seeking applications for Journeyman Structural Ironworkers for work near Fort Saskatchewan, AB
Primary responsibilities will include but are not limited to:
Unload and stack steel units so each piece can be hoisted as needed.
Erect and install scaffolding, construction cranes, derricks and other hoisting equipment
Assemble rigging (cables, pulleys, hooks) to move heavy equipment and materials
Attach cables from a crane or derrick and direct crane operators with hand signals or radios.
Position steel units, align holes and insert temporary bolts.
Assemble and erect pre-fabricated metal structures.
Ensuring safe work practices, EH&S processes, and OH&S compliance are followed on site.
Desired Skills and Experience:
To be considered for this position you must be a registered Journeyperson in the trade Ironworker – Structural/Ornamental or you are a registered Apprentice Experience on major industrial project sites.
A positive attitude towards safety is expected and imperative.
Full face mask to be worn at all times.
Excellent verbal communication skills.
Valid Driver's License (not GDL)
CSTS-09 or CSTS 2020
Specifications /Standards for safety Boots include:
CSA Standard Z195, Protective Footwear or ASTM F-1646-05 and F2413-05
CSA Logo Sewn or permanently attached to the right shoe
Boots must be a minimum 2” above the ankles to protect against ankle injury
Soles must be non-slip, oil resistant and Chemical Resistant
A Protruding with half an inch is required for climbing support
All candidates must be able to produce a negative result on a drug & alcohol test.
We thank all applicants for their interest in working for Bird Nason Contracting Group, however only those identified for further consideration will be contacted.
Edmonton (Nason), Fort McMurray