Learn more about contracts, skills training and the job opportunities that LNG Canada will create

Now that the LNG Canada project has received a positive Final Investment Decision, we will be seeking skilled labour throughout the construction phase of the project. At the peak of construction, we estimate we will need between 4,500 and 7,500 people to construct the LNG Canada project.

For large projects like LNG Canada, it is common to hire a prime contractor who manages the building of the facility and hires the various subcontractors and employees who will work to construct the project. As a result, the majority of employment and contracting opportunities during the construction phase will be done through this contractor, JGC Fluor.

Construction jobs

Find job opportunities listed with our Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) Contractor JGC Fluor and its sub-contractors.

Contracting and procurement

Many economic benefits will come through the contracting and procurement opportunities presented by LNG Canada. Find out more about upcoming bids and recently awarded contracts.

Workforce development

Skilled-trade workers will play a critical role in successfully building the LNG Canada facility and infrastructure. We have created a Workforce Development Program, with the objective to build the workforce in B.C. through targeted investments in areas that help increase the availability and quality of skilled craft labour.

Careers with LNG Canada

Join us in making Canadian history. Find information about current job opportunities with LNG Canada.

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