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Carpenter

Manitoba Centennial Centre Corporation / Centennial Concert HallWinnipeg
$981.60 - $1,153.20per week

Carpenter

Health Sciences CentreWinnipeg
$33.88per hour

Certified Painter

University of ManitobaWinnipeg
$30.86per hour

Finish Operator

WinTec Building ServicesWinnipeg
$30.50per hour

Formwork Carpenter

Breakout ConstructionWinnipeg
$26 - $36per hour

Indigenous Power line Technician Pre-Placement Program

Manitoba HydroAll of Manitoba
$20.39per hour

Painter

Colour Scheme Professional Painters Inc.Winnipeg
$20 - $25per hour

Painter, Facilities *Term*

University of WinnipegWinnipeg
$65.000- 69.227.34per year

Painters Helper

Penny Stone PaintingWinnipeg
$20 - $45per hour

Power Line Technician Pre-Placement Program for Women

Manitoba HydroAll of Manitoba
$20.39per hour

Power Line Technician Program

Manitoba HydroAll of Manitoba
$24.24 - $49.22per hour

Public Works Labourer

RM of East St PaulWinnipeg Region
$18.95 - $23.73per hour

Renovator

DeVries Construction & RenovationWinnipeg
$24 - $32per hour

Skilled Construction Labourer

Penn-co Construction Winnipeg, MBWinnipeg
$31.24-34.45per hour

Skilled Trades – Construction

Con-Restor TechnologiesWinnipeg
$22 - $35per hour
Manitoba Centennial Centre Corporation / Centennial Concert Hall

Carpenter

Winnipeg
$ 981.60 - $1,153.20per week
8 Hour Shift, Weekend Availability, Night Shift, Day Shift
Full-time

Job Description

Reporting to the Facilities Supervisor the incumbent oversees and performs required work on construction, renovations, repairs and general maintenance to buildings and contents at a Journeyman level. This position interprets working drawings and provides estimates of material costs. This position supervises and instructs apprentices, labourers and helpers and applies working knowledge of building codes, safety regulations, construction techniques and materials. It includes an averaged 40 hour work week with limited work on weekends or shift work.

Job Details

Principal Duties

Perform required work on construction, renovations, repairs and general building maintenance

Install and perform maintenance on building contents such as counters, cabinetry, ceilings, flooring, walls, doors, windows, furnishings, seating, and upholstery.

Oversee the work of contractors to check for completion

Assign tasks to and supervise helpers when available

Conduct inventory and ensure adequate supply available for current projects

Lead and assist the pest extermination program

Move furniture and supplies when required

Prepare estimates for work orders

Perform other related duties as assigned, including minor duties of other trades where certification is not required and the work does not exceed own limitations

Qualifications

Journeyman Certificate in Carpentry

Grade XII with minimum 3 years’ related experience in construction or building maintenance

Second trade experience beneficial: painter, upholsterer, bricklayer, locksmith, millwright, welding

Relevant experience in reading and following blue prints and shop drawings

Ability to prepare and maintain records, source suppliers and supplies

Knowledge of required materials and their proper use

Ability to safely operate and maintain carpentry and maintenance tools and related equipment

Ability to operate light automotive vehicle and powered equipment in a safe and effective manner

Current and valid Class 5 driver’s license (minimum)

Physically capable of performing duties assigned

Length of Engagement:

Application Deadline:

June 21, 2024 12:00 am

Company Information:

Number of employees: Information not available
Operating under The Manitoba Centennial Centre Corporation Act, MCCC is a Province of Manitoba Crown Corporation that supports arts and culture in Manitoba through the following buildings and properties: Centennial Concert Hall; Manitoba Museum; Planetarium; Artspace; Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre; Warehouse Theatre; Manitoba Production Centre; extension services buildings and four parking facilities.
Health Sciences Centre

Carpenter

Winnipeg
$ 33.88per hour
8 Hour Shift
Seasonal

Job Description

Under the general direction of the Architectural Supervisor or designate, the incumbent is responsible for performing a variety of skilled tasks in maintaining, repairing, altering and constructing woodwork, furniture and fixtures throughout the Centre in offices and wards, and building interior and exterior structures and roofs as required. Uses and maintains a wide variety of power and hand tools such as saws, planers, drills, hammers and screwdrivers.

Job Details

Principal Duties

  • Position requires heavy lifting, bending, working in elevated places on various pieces of equipment (i.e. scaffolds, ladders) and the ability to work in confined spaces.

This term position may end earlier as outlined in your collective agreement.

We have a unique ability to work together to make health care better. If you want to make a difference and contribute to supporting the health of your family, friends and neighbours, please apply today.

Qualifications

EXPERIENCE

  • Minimum five years’ experience in all facets of structural and architectural building maintenance, ward/office furniture repair, and other specialized millwork construction/repair used in a health care facility.

EDUCATION

  • Complete high school education, Manitoba standards, required.
  • Must be qualified as a Journeyman Carpenter (Province of Manitoba).
  • Door Hardware Institute Certificate, Fire Stopping Certificate and Roofing Industry Education Institute Certificate preferred.
  • Must complete Man Lift Equipment training provided by the Centre.

CERTIFICATION

  • Certificate as Journeyman Carpenter.

QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS

  • Must have excellent interpersonal and written and verbal communication skills.

Length of Engagement:

Application Deadline:

June 28, 2024 12:00 am

Company Information:

Number of employees: Information not available
Shared Health leads the planning and coordinates the integration of patient-centered clinical and preventive health services across Manitoba. The organization also delivers some province-wide health services and supports centralized administrative and business functions for Manitoba health organizations.
University of Manitoba

Certified Painter

Winnipeg
$ 30.86per hour
Monday to Friday
Full-time

Job Description

Under general supervision, the Painter is responsible for painting and decorating work of all types, estimating material requirements for specific jobs and maintaining related records.

Job Details

Principal Duties

Is required to do colour matching, mixing and tinting, Does plaster patching and repairs in general to surfaces which are to be painted, Applies all materials applicable to the trade and as required, works at heights on scaffolds, ladders and swing stages, Applies 54″ wall coverings and wall paper, Sands and refinishes hardwood floors, Does furniture staining and finishing, Replaces sash cords only when glass requires repair; uses caulking compounds for specific applications, Records hours worked on work orders and daily time cards, Uses spray painting (including maintenance of) airless and conventional and H.V.L.P. units, Performs sign writing, stencil cutting and associated requirements, Estimates material and time requirements of jobs at request of supervisor, Works to design consultants colour schedules, Marks athletic facilities, e.g. Gymnasium Game Courts, Ice Arena, etc and Performs other related duties as assigned.

Qualifications

  • Education to an acceptable level.
  • Must possess a valid Certificate of Qualification as a Painter issued by the Manitoba Department of Labour.
  • Must hold a valid Class 5 Manitoba Driver’s License.
  • At least eight years of related experience.
  • The ability to work at heights on ladders, scaffolds or swing stages.
  • Ability to supervise and relate well with helpers.
  • Must adhere to all safety standards as established by the Physical Plant Department.
  • Ability to work independently without close supervision.
  • Regular attendance and punctuality is required.
  • Will be required to provide acceptable Criminal Record and Vulnerable Persons Registry checks.

Length of Engagement:

Application Deadline:

July 1, 2024 12:00 am

Company Information:

Number of employees: Information not available
The University of Manitoba is a driving force of innovation, discovery and advancement. Our momentum is propelled by our campus community – UM faculty, staff and students whose determination and curiosity shape our world for the better. Our teaching, learning and work environment is uniquely strengthened and enriched by Indigenous perspectives. With two main campuses in Winnipeg, satellite campuses throughout Manitoba, and world-wide research, UM’s impact is global.

Discover outstanding employee benefits, experience world-class facilities and join a dynamic community that values reconciliation, sustainability, diversity, and inclusion. We are one of Manitoba’s Top Employers and one of Canada’s Best Diversity Employers. At the University of Manitoba, what inspires you can change everything.
WinTec Building Services

Finish Operator

Winnipeg
$ 30.50per hour
12 Hour Shift, Overtime, Monday to Friday, 10 Hour Shift, Weekend Availability
Full-time

Job Description

Loader Operator

Job Details

Principal Duties

– Operate heavy machinery, specifically loaders, to move materials and equipment
– Load and unload materials onto trucks or conveyor belts
– Transport materials within the worksite to designated areas
– Perform routine maintenance on the loader, such as checking fluid levels and inspecting for any damages or malfunctions
– Follow safety protocols and guidelines to ensure a safe working environment
– Communicate with other team members to coordinate tasks and ensure efficient operations

Qualifications

– Previous experience operating loaders or similar heavy machinery is required
– Knowledge of safety procedures and protocols related to operating loaders
– Ability to read and interpret work orders and instructions
– Strong hand-eye coordination and spatial awareness skills
– Physical stamina and strength to operate heavy machinery for extended periods of time

Length of Engagement:

Application Deadline:

June 21, 2024 12:00 am

Company Information:

Number of employees: Information not available
WINTEC has been a major contributor to the many new developments and projects around the City of Winnipeg. We take pride in what we do. With wide-ranging expertise on high-profile jobs throughout the Province of Manitoba, we are very capable of fulfilling every requirement for our clients. The projects that Wintec have participated in show strong leadership, determination, depth of understanding, and quality workmanship.
Breakout Construction

Formwork Carpenter

Winnipeg
$ 26 - $36per hour
8 Hour Shift, Overtime, Weekend Availability, 10 Hour Shift, Morning Shift, Evening Shift, Day Shift, Monday to Friday
Permanent

Job Description

We are now hiring a skilled and reliable Formwork Carpenter to join our team. If you’re experienced and ready to lead, we invite you to be part of our growing team.

Job Details

Principal Duties

  • Construction Tasks: Construct and dismantle formwork for walls, columns, and slabs according to project specifications.
  • Concrete Work: Place and finish vertical concrete, ensuring accuracy and quality.
  • Collaboration: Work closely with experienced supervisors and team members to ensure project success.
  • Formwork Systems: Utilize various formwork systems efficiently and effectively.

Qualifications

  • Formwork Experience: 3-4 years of experience in formwork carpentry, with a strong understanding of construction principles.
  • Concrete Skills: Proficiency in pouring, vibrating, and finishing concrete.
  • Adaptability: Ability to adapt to various formwork systems and construction challenges.
  • Tool Proficiency: Familiarity with a variety of hand and power tools used in concrete construction.
  • Attention to Detail: Ability to read and interpret standard formwork drawings.
  • Dependability: Reliable attendance and a positive attitude towards teamwork and collaboration.
  • Fast-Paced Work: Comfortable working in a fast-paced environment while maintaining quality and efficiency.

Length of Engagement:

Application Deadline:

June 28, 2024 12:00 am

Company Information:

Number of employees: Information not available
Manitoba Hydro

Indigenous Power line Technician Pre-Placement Program

All of Manitoba
$ 20.39per hour
Full-time

Job Description

We are seeking Indigenous candidates interested in training for a career as a Power Line Technician. All training is fully paid. 

The Pre-Placement Training Program is a six-month fully paid program that provides Indigenous candidates with on-the-job training and academic upgrading to meet the minimum academic requirements to compete for a position in the Power Line Technician Training Program. During your paid training, you will be stationed at various locations throughout the province.

Job Details

Principal Duties

Visit our website for additional videos and information on the 4-year Power Line Technician Apprenticeship Program:
https://www.hydro.mb.ca./careers/training-programs/power-line-technician/

While there is no guarantee of ongoing employment at the completion of the Pre-Placement Program those who successfully complete the Pre-Placement training will be considered for the 4-year Power Line Technician Apprenticeship Program.

Qualifications

  • High school graduate.
  • Possess and maintain a valid Manitoba Class 5 Driver’s licence (intermediate or full) and be eligible for upgrade.
  • Willing to work in all types of weather.
  • Willing to work at heights, in trenches, excavations, and confined spaces.
  • Capable of learning proper climbing techniques.
  • Maintain a level of physical fitness and mental alertness appropriate for the duties you are performing.
  • Mechanical aptitude.
  • Physical coordination and manual dexterity.
  • Ability to lift heavy objects from a variety of physical positions.
  • Able to work as a member of a team and adapt to changing tasks and locations.
  • Have good interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Able to work autonomously and make decisions in stressful situations.
  • Have basic computer skills.

All applications must include the following information, attached to your online profile:

  • Current resume and cover letter.
  • High school transcripts, and any post-secondary transcripts or training certificates
  • A valid copy (or process of obtaining) of proof of Indigenous ancestry (status card, Métis membership, or Nunavut certificate/card).

As part of the selection process, candidates will be required to write standardized aptitude tests that assess how well a candidate’s abilities match the requirements of the job. Candidates will also participate a 1-day pre-employment skills assessment and trade orientation session, which provides candidates with the opportunity to demonstrate the ability to follow instructions, transfer knowledge, and work at heights. It also gives the evaluation group an opportunity to see you perform hands-on power line technician-related tasks. To help you prepare see the Skills Assessment and Trades Orientation Physical Training Guide (PDF).

Candidates selected for this session will be required to provide a current driver’s abstract.

The email address you submit in your application profile will be used as the main form of correspondence throughout the recruitment process. Please monitor your email inbox on a regular basis.

Location: During your training, you will be stationed at various locations throughout the province.

Length of Engagement:

Application Deadline:

June 18, 2024 12:00 am

Company Information:

Number of employees: Information not available
Manitoba Hydro is a leader among energy companies in North America, recognized for providing highly reliable service and exceptional customer satisfaction. Join our team of Manitoba's best as we continue to build a company that supports innovation, commitment, and customer service, while actively supporting a diverse, equitable and inclusive workplace.
Colour Scheme Professional Painters Inc.

Painter

Winnipeg
$ 20 - $25per hour
8 Hour Shift, Overtime, Monday to Friday, Day Shift, Weekend Availability, 10 Hour Shift
Full-time

Job Description

Colour Scheme Professionals Inc. may be the right fit for you!

Our current painters like working with Colour Scheme because:

  • We attract great customers who are happy to see you each day.
  • We welcome working with people from diverse backgrounds.
  • We ensure that all job-related paint and supplies are delivered directly to each job.
  • Our office team respect the painters and value the expertise.
  • We provide company trailers at every job. You don’t need to haul around your ladders.
  • We use digital time sheets, an app for communication & all job-related paperwork at your fingertips.
  • It’s a team effort & we like it that way!

Job Details

Principal Duties

  • Fostering relationships to ensure happy customers in the re-painting industry.
  • Ensuring that each step throughout the project is completed from beginning to end.
  • Communicating directly with lead painter about role, duties, and concerns
  • Cleaning spray equipment
  • Cleaning trailer
  • Carrying ladders and paint
  • Masking surfaces for painting
  • Performs interior and exterior painting and decorating as assigned.
  • Prepares all surfaces for painting by using any of the following methods: paint removers, scrapers, wire brushes, sanders, pressure washers
  • Fills holes, crevices and cracks and seals joints with putty, caulking and other filler.
  • Prepares and mixes paints and finishes as required.
  • Applies paints, stains, varnishes and finishes, etc. using brushes, rollers, spray equipment and applicators.
  • Removes interior wall coverings such as wallpaper, fabrics, etc.

Qualifications

  • 3 years of residential painting experience (Required)
  • Have a valid driver’s license and your own vehicle (Required)
  • Provide a copy of a clean driving abstract (Required)
  • Enjoy working on exterior projects (Required)
  • Have no issue working on 3-storey homes (Required)
  • Lift up to 50 pounds (Required)
  • Clean cut
  • Personable
  • Detail Oriented and Efficient

Length of Engagement:

Application Deadline:

June 21, 2024 12:00 am

Company Information:

Number of employees: Information not available
At Colour Scheme Professional Painters, we specialize in re-painting, and that's one of the details that makes us a leading painting contractor in Winnipeg. Our trade can be broken down into many different specialties, including Industrial Facility Painting, Commercial New Construction, New Home Construction & Re-Painting, each with their own unique required skills.
University of Winnipeg

Painter, Facilities *Term*

Winnipeg
$ 65.000- 69.227.34per year
8 Hour Shift, Day Shift, Evening Shift
Fixed Term Contract

Job Description

Responsibilities:

  • Repairs, prepares and performs general maintenance to walls, ceilings and other surfaces in order to apply a variety of paints, materials and textures to surfaces (e.g. spray painting, stippling, texturing, drywall taping, plastering, adhesives, vinyl wall coverings, etc.).
  • Orders materials and supplies as required.
  • Mixes colours and tints paint from a variety of descriptions and matches existing colours on surfaces for which colour charts are sometimes no longer available.
  • Prepares special mixes and applications which will resist damage for certain surfaces (e.g. epoxies, textures, etc.).
  • Strips, repairs and refinishes hardwood floors and furniture and uses stains to match existing surfaces.
  • Acts as a consultant to departments, supervisors, contractors and students and recommends types of finishes to be applied to given surfaces.
  • Supervises painting projects as required or assigned.
  • Researches new techniques, products and methods to apply new finishes to surfaces.
  • Maintains a record of completed tasks (finishes, time requirements, colour, work area, dates, etc.) for future reference.
  • Acts on job requisitions and brings them to completion.
  • Maintains work areas in a clean and safe condition.
  • Works with other trades in Facilities on repair and renovation projects.
  • Assists in evacuations, according to procedures, in a safe and responsible manner, whenever necessary.
  • Is responsible for security, maintenance and repair of all tools and equipment.

Job Details

Principal Duties

Qualifications

  • High school completion or acceptable alternative.
  • At least five years of directly related experience.
  • Must have a thorough knowledge of the sections of the building and fire codes and trade standards applicable to the painting trade.
  • Must be able to perform all work related to the trade independently.
  • Must be able to work at heights on ladders, scaffolds and swing stages as required.
  • Must be able to supervise others and communicate and work effectively with all staff, students and the public.
  • Must be able to handle and operate all tools and equipment necessary for the performance of duties.
  • Must be able to multi-task and be flexible with work schedules.
  • Must be capable of performing the duties as assigned.
  • Must be legally entitled to work in Canada.
  • Must be able to lift and transport heavy items without accident or injury (up to 50 lb.)
  • Must possess a valid Certificate of Qualification as a Painter, issued by the Manitoba Department of Labour.

Length of Engagement:

Application Deadline:

May 31, 2024 12:00 am

Company Information:

Number of employees: Information not available
The University of Winnipeg is committed to equity, diversity and inclusion and recognizes that a diverse staff and faculty benefits and enriches the work, learning and research environments, and is essential to academic and institutional excellence. We welcome applications from all qualified individuals and encourage women, racialized persons, Indigenous persons, persons with disabilities, and 2SLGBTQ+ persons to confidentially self-identify at time of application.

The University of Winnipeg is committed to ensuring employment opportunities are accessible for all applicants. If you require accommodation supports during the recruitment process, please contact human_resources@uwinnipeg.ca.
Penny Stone Painting

Painters Helper

Winnipeg
$ 20 - $45per hour
Monday to Friday, Weekends Only, 10 Hour Shift, 8 Hour Shift, Overtime, Morning Shift, Evening Shift, Night Shift
Permanent

Job Description

We are seeking a skilled painter to join our team. As a painter, you will be responsible for painting interior and exterior surfaces of buildings, structures, and equipment.

Job Details

Principal Duties

– Prepare surfaces for painting by scraping, sanding, and filling holes and cracks
– Apply paint or other finishes using brushes, rollers, or sprayers
– Mix and match colors to obtain desired color or texture
– Clean up work areas after completing jobs
– Follow safety guidelines and wear appropriate protective gear

Qualifications

– Proven experience as a painter
– Knowledge of painting tools and equipment
– Familiarity with different painting techniques
– Attention to detail
– Ability to work independently or as part of a team

We offer competitive pay and benefits package including health insurance, retirement plan, paid time off, and opportunities for advancement.

If you have the skills and experience we are looking for, please submit your resume for consideration.

Length of Engagement:

Application Deadline:

July 30, 2024 12:00 am

Company Information:

Number of employees: Information not available
Manitoba Hydro

Power Line Technician Pre-Placement Program for Women

All of Manitoba
$ 20.39per hour
Full-time

Job Description

We are seeking women interested in training for a career as a Power Line Technician. All training is fully paid. 

This six-month fully paid Power Line Technician (PLT) pre-placement program provides women with trades-related experience. It is an opportunity to develop the skills required to successfully compete for a position in the PLT Training Program. Educational upgrading will also be provided for candidates who do not meet the minimum academic requirements. During your paid training, you will be stationed at various locations throughout the province.

 

 

Job Details

Principal Duties

Visit our website for additional videos and information on the 4-year Power Line Technician Apprenticeship Program:

https://www.hydro.mb.ca./careers/training-programs/power-line-technician/

While there is no guarantee of ongoing employment at the completion of the Pre-Placement Program those who successfully complete the Pre-Placement training will be considered for the 4-year Power Line Technician Apprenticeship Program.

Qualifications

  • High school graduate.
  • Possess and maintain a valid Manitoba Class 5 Driver’s licence (intermediate or full) and be eligible for upgrade.
  • Be willing to work in all types of weather.
  • Be willing to work at heights, in trenches, excavations, and confined spaces.
  • Be capable of learning proper climbing techniques.
  • Maintain a level of physical fitness and mental alertness appropriate for the duties you are performing.
  • Mechanical aptitude.
  • Physical coordination and manual dexterity.
  • Ability to lift heavy objects from a variety of physical positions.
  • Be able to work as a member of a team and adapt to changing tasks and locations.
  • Have good interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Be able to work autonomously and make decisions in stressful situations.
  • Have basic computer skills.

All applications must include the following information, attached to your online profile:

  • Current resume and cover letter.
  • High school transcripts, and any post-secondary transcripts or training certificates

As part of the selection process, candidates will be required to write standardized aptitude tests that assess how well a candidate’s abilities match the requirements of the job. Candidates will also participate a 1-day pre-employment skills assessment and trade orientation session, which provides candidates with the opportunity to demonstrate the ability to follow instructions, transfer knowledge, and work at heights. It also gives the evaluation group an opportunity to see you perform hands-on power line technician-related tasks. To help you prepare see the Skills Assessment and Trades Orientation Physical Training Guide (PDF).

Candidates selected for this session will be required to provide a current driver’s abstract.

The email address you submit in your application profile will be used as the main form of correspondence throughout the recruitment process. Please monitor your email inbox on a regular basis.

Location: During your training, you will be stationed at various locations throughout the province.

Length of Engagement:

Application Deadline:

June 18, 2024 12:00 am

Company Information:

Number of employees: Information not available
Manitoba Hydro is a leader among energy companies in North America, recognized for providing highly reliable service and exceptional customer satisfaction. Join our team of Manitoba's best as we continue to build a company that supports innovation, commitment, and customer service, while actively supporting a diverse, equitable and inclusive workplace.
Manitoba Hydro

Power Line Technician Program

All of Manitoba
$ 24.24 - $49.22per hour
Full-time

Job Description

We are seeking Indigenous candidates interested in training for a career as a Power Line Technician. All training is fully paid. 

The Power Line Technician Training Program is a four-year fully paid apprenticeship program that includes on the job training and ten weeks of competency-based trade schools that will lead to Journeyperson Technician status. During your paid training, you will be stationed at various locations throughout the province.

Job Details

Principal Duties

Visit our website for additional videos and information on the 4-year Power Line Technician Apprenticeship Program:

https://www.hydro.mb.ca./careers/training-programs/power-line-technician/

While there is no guarantee of ongoing employment at the completion of the Pre-Placement Program those who successfully complete the Pre-Placement training will be considered for the 4-year Power Line Technician Apprenticeship Program.

Qualifications

  • Be a High school graduate with:
  • Mathematics 40S (Applied or Pre-Calculus) and English 40.

OR

  • Completion of Level 1 Electrical (Construction or industrial) through an Apprenticeship Manitoba accredited program.
  • Possess a valid Manitoba Class 5 Driver’s licence (intermediate or full) and be eligible for upgrade.
  • Willing to work in all types of weather.
  • Willing to work at heights, in trenches, excavations, and confined spaces.
  • Capable of learning proper climbing techniques.
  • Maintain a level of physical fitness and mental alertness appropriate for the duties you are performing.
  • Mechanical aptitude.
  • Physical coordination and manual dexterity.
  • Ability to lift heavy objects from a variety of physical positions.
  • Be able to work as a member of a team and adapt to changing tasks and locations.
  • Have good interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Be able to work autonomously and make decisions in stressful situations.
  • Have basic computer skills.

All applications must include the following information, attached to your online profile:

  • Current resume and cover letter.
  • High school transcripts, and any post-secondary transcripts or training certificates

As part of the selection process, candidates will be required to write standardized aptitude tests that assess how well a candidate’s abilities match the requirements of the job. Candidates will also participate a 1-day pre-employment skills assessment and trade orientation session, which provides candidates with the opportunity to demonstrate the ability to follow instructions, transfer knowledge, and work at heights. It also gives the evaluation group an opportunity to see you perform hands-on power line technician-related tasks. To help you prepare see the Skills Assessment and Trades Orientation Physical Training Guide (PDF).

Candidates selected for this session will be required to provide a current driver’s abstract.

The email address you submit in your application profile will be used as the main form of correspondence throughout the recruitment process. Please monitor your email inbox on a regular basis.

Length of Engagement:

Application Deadline:

June 18, 2024 12:00 am

Company Information:

Number of employees: Information not available
Manitoba Hydro is a leader among energy companies in North America, recognized for providing highly reliable service and exceptional customer satisfaction. Join our team of Manitoba's best as we continue to build a company that supports innovation, commitment, and customer service, while actively supporting a diverse, equitable and inclusive workplace.
RM of East St Paul

Public Works Labourer

Winnipeg Region
$ 18.95 - $23.73per hour
Full-time

Job Description

Under the supervision of the Public Works Supervisor, the Public Works Labourer responsibilities are to; support, through manual labour, the daily operation of the division, ensuring quality services to residents/customers, perform general and preventive maintenance on equipment and adhering to established municipal policies, procedures, safe work practices as well as Workplace Safety & Health Standards.

Job Details

Principal Duties

Support, through manual labour, the daily operation of the division by;

  • Maintaining and repairing public facilities, buildings, grounds, streets, utilities, and related facilities,
  • Digging ditches, loading and unloading stone, gravel and other material,
  • Assisting with patching streets by placing, spreading and packing cold mix and crushed rock,
  • Assisting with the installation and maintenance traffic control devices,
  • Performing flagging duties for employee street crews,
  • Operating lawnmowers, grass whippers, chain saws, jack hammers, tampers, rollers, pickup truck, utility truck, one-ton truck, plate compactor, pumps, steamers, generators, common hand and power tools, shovels, wrenches, detection devices, mobile radio, and phone,
  • Operating on a limited basis, rubber tire front end loader, and skid steer with attachments,
  • Assisting by contacting residents and business owners in areas where services will be discontinued,
  • Participating in snow and ice removal by operating a skid steer loader with attachments as required,
  • Assisting in routine inspections and preventative maintenance on assigned equipment and referring defects or needed repairs to supervisor,
  • Ensuring the proper maintenance of equipment and tools by cleaning and checking items after use,
  • Performing grounds maintenance duties around municipal buildings,
  • Performing duties of the Transfer Station Attendant as required,
  • Assisting the Utilities Department as required.

Ensure quality service to residents/customers by;

  • Representing the RM by being professional respectful and courteous at all times,
  • Providing thorough, accurate information regarding divisional work and procedures,
  • Identifying and resolving issues and concerns in a timely manner, or reporting concerns to supervisor/manager immediately.

Perform general and preventive maintenance on equipment by;

  • Cleaning, lubricating, checking levels (such as air, oil, water, and other),
  • Replenishing air/fluids as required, and as per manufacturers recommended standards, or RM procedures,
  • Maintaining accurate records of all repairs,
  • Identifying and locking out any unsafe, or potentially unsafe equipment immediately.

Adhere to established municipal policies, procedures, safe work practices as well as Workplace Safety & Health Standards and regulations by;

  • Working safely at all times,
  • Bringing to the immediate attention of the supervisor or manager any safety concerns,
  • Participating with the Workplace Safety and Health Committee as required.

Qualifications

Special Requirements:

  • Accept Standby Time as required on an alternating basis and/or respond to emergency call back or call out as required.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Knowledge in the safe use, operation and preventative maintenance of various equipment to which assigned.
  • Skilled in the use of equipment to which assigned.
  • Knowledge of hazards and applicable safety rules and regulations and preventative maintenance related to divisional equipment operation.
  • Ability to understand and follow specific verbal instruction.
  • Physically capable of performing manual labour for extended periods of time; working outdoors in all weather conditions.
  • Ability to lift 50 pounds frequently and 20 pounds consistently.
  • Demonstrated ability to work under minimal supervision, and also work effectively in a team environment.
  • Working knowledge in the safe work procedures, Workplace Safety & Health regulations with the ability to adhere to RM practices and protocols, safe use, operation and preventative maintenance of various equipment to which assigned.
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with supervisor, manager and colleagues.

Credentials and Experience:

  • Successful completion of a high school diploma or GED equivalent.
  • Valid Province of Manitoba driver’s class five (5) license.
  • Certification in the handling of chemical (WHMIS), or the ability to attain.
  • Experience operating and maintaining various types of equipment.
  • Experience in basic maintenance of equipment.
  • Demonstrated ability to; o follow safety procedures and protocols, o attend work regularly, and punctually, o respond to citizen/customer inquiries in a respectful manner.
  • Satisfactory Criminal Record Check and Child Abuse Registry Check.

Working Conditions and Physical Demands:

  • Work requiring the exertion of 50 pounds of force frequently, and up to 20 pounds of force constantly to move objects.
  • Work requires climbing, kneeling, crouching, reaching, standing, walking, pulling, lifting, and grasping.
  • Vocal communication is required for expressing or exchanging ideas by means of the spoken word.
  • Hearing is required for operation of machines, and operation of motor vehicles or equipment.
  • Subject to inside and outside environmental conditions, extreme cold, extreme heat, and noise.

Length of Engagement:

Application Deadline:

June 28, 2024 12:00 am

Company Information:

Number of employees: Information not available
East St. Paul is a rural municipality (RM) in Manitoba, Canada. It is located north-east of and adjacent to the city of Winnipeg, and is part of the Winnipeg Metropolitan Area.
DeVries Construction & Renovation

Renovator

Winnipeg
$ 24 - $32per hour
Monday to Friday, Weekend Availability
Full-time

Job Description

We are looking to add a permanent full time individual to our team.

The ideal candidate will be able to be work on-site both independently and as part of a team, with the ability to complete a wide range of tasks involved in the renovation process.

Job Details

Principal Duties

Training is available – Experience with some of the following tasks is ideal

· Framing

· Drywall/Taping/Painting

· Base & case

· Insulation

· Door and window installation

· Flooring (carpet, hardwoods, LVT, laminate etc.)

· Cabinetry install

· Tiling (Floor, kitchen and bath)

· Basic plumbing and electrical

Typical projects include but are not limited to; basements, bathrooms and kitchen renovations – some exterior work (soffit/fascia, decks, fences, siding, etc.)

Qualifications

· Minimum 4 years of verifiable experience in residential construction

· Valid class 5 driver’s license and insurance

· Clean criminal record

· Must have own Basic tools and safety equipment (steel-toed boots, etc.) and a reliable vehicle with the ability to travel to all areas of the city

· Ability to perform physically demanding work

Please include a work history and 3 references with application. Thank you to all applicants. Only those chosen will be contacted.

Length of Engagement:

Application Deadline:

June 22, 2024 12:00 am

Company Information:

Number of employees: Information not available
At De Vries Construction & Renovation we pride ourselves on superior customer service and workmanship. Whether your project entails custom construction, refurbishment, Upgrades or any amount of renovation, we provide you with a cost estimate, a detailed scope of work, and the budgets for materials needed. Our goal is to help your project go from vision to reality. We take the extra time to work with you and make sure your project turns out the way you envision it. We build our reputation through word of mouth, so getting the job done right is Priority #1.
Penn-co Construction Winnipeg, MB

Skilled Construction Labourer

Winnipeg
$ 31.24-34.45per hour
10 Hour Shift, Overtime
Full-time

Job Description

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Penn-co Construction is a leading construction company that is looking for Skilled Construction Labourers to join our team in northern remote locations.

Penn-co offers excellent wages, from $31.24 to $34.45. Depending on experience and skills.

Job Details

Principal Duties

Job Duties

  • Formwork
  • Build and/or assemble concrete forms and place concrete using rakes, screeds, and trowels
  • Place and tie reinforcing steel
  • Basic framing, including walls, doors, and windows
  • Insulation
  • Measure and cut material
  • Basic equipment operation
  • Handle and transport job materials to the work areas
  • Operate hand and power tools
  • Provide assistance to craft workers
  • All other labour duties as required and assigned by supervisor

Qualifications

Working Conditions

  • Outdoor conditions that may include heat, dust, cold, rain, and noise
  • Physically strenuous work
  • Working at heights
  • Able to travel

As a leader in the construction industry, Penn-co offers excellent wages, benefits, and a place to grow.

Length of Engagement:

-1

Application Deadline:

June 30, 2024 12:00 am

Company Information:

Number of employees: 200 +
Established in 1959 by Abram K. Penner and his two sons, Penn-co Construction began as a small farm-based logging operation near the village of Blumenort which is approximately thirty miles southeast of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. In the 1980’s and 90’s, Ernie Penner expanded Penn-co to new locations throughout Canada and the United States, including Calgary, Toronto, Minneapolis, and Raleigh. Although the head office has always been in Blumenort, Penn-co has successfully completed projects from Ontario to British Columbia as well as in Minnesota, Nebraska, and North Carolina.
Con-Restor Technologies

Skilled Trades – Construction

Winnipeg
$ 22 - $35per hour
8 Hour Shift, Overtime, Monday to Friday
Permanent

Job Description

Con-Restor Technologies is a trusted provider of commercial concrete restoration and structural repair with expertise in balcony and parkade repair and restoration. In addition, we have expertise in concrete slab foundation; parking deck coatings; control/expansion joint caulking; water proofing coatings and removal; masonry, railings, pressure grouting, drywall, taping and sanding. In keeping with our growth strategy, we are seeking skilled trades to join our Winnipeg team including carpentry, masonry, general construction, and drywall in various levels from labourer to lead hand.

Job Details

Principal Duties

We are seeking individuals who take pride in their work, are reliable dependable and safety conscious combined with an ability to foster positive working relationships with all levels of the company. We offer opportunities for advancement, competitive wages, benefits, and an employee bonus program.

Qualifications

Ideal candidates will have construction training and or experience preferably in concrete and structural repair. A valid driver’s license is an asset.

Length of Engagement:

Application Deadline:

June 22, 2024 12:00 am

Company Information:

Number of employees: Information not available
A proud made-in-Manitoba company, Con-Restor Technologies began in 2005 and has since become a trusted provider of commercial concrete restoration and structural repair, specializing in balcony and parkade repair and restoration. In addition, we have expertise in concrete slab foundation, parking deck coatings, control/expansion joint caulking, waterproofing coatings and removal, masonry, railings, pressure grouting, and drywall.

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