Construction Jobs


Browse upcoming job opportunities with JFJV

As LNG Canada’s Engineering, Procurement and Construction contractor, our JGC and Fluor Joint Venture (JFJV) partners will be responsible for hiring the majority of the skilled workers required during the five-year construction period.

While some positions will be available on-site in 2019 and 2020, primarily through JFJV’s Sub-Contractors, hiring under JFJV will ramp up mid-to-late 2020 to support peak construction in 2022.

To find job opportunities with JFJV, and find links to job opportunities with its sub-contractors as they become available, please visit the link below.

Implementation Contractors and subcontractors will also post all available opportunities at local Employment Support Services organizations, such as local employment counsellors and Work BC, to ensure that local people are aware of the opportunities and how to apply for them.


Types of jobs that will be required

LNG Canada recognizes that the development of a local, skilled workforce is an essential element in the future success of the LNG industry in British Columbia. Building an LNG facility requires a significant number of people with a variety of skills – from skilled trades to clerical support to engineers and labourers. Approximately 4,500 jobs may be required at the peak of construction, and given the nature of shift work, we will need about 7,000 people to fill these jobs, which will include:

  • Sheet Metal Workers
  • Boilermakers
  • Structural Metal Platework & Fabricators
  • Ironworkers
  • Welders
  • Electricians
  • Industrial Electricians
  • Steamfitters / Pipefitters
  • Carpenters
  • Concrete Finishers
  • Insulators
  • Painters
  • Construction Millwrights and Industrial Mechanics
  • Heavy Duty Equipment Mechanics
  • Crane & Hoisting Equipment Operators
  • Transport Truck Drivers
  • Heavy Equipment Operators
  • Construction Trades, Helpers and Labourers
  • Chain Saw & Skidder Operators

Creating opportunities through workforce development

LNG Canada has provided funding for a number of workforce development related initiatives as a way to support British Columbia in meeting industry’s skilled trades requirements over the coming years.


Suggested content

Interested in jobs with LNG Canada?

×

Search

×

This website uses cookies
This website uses cookies to improve user experience and analyse website traffic. By using our website without adjusting your cookie settings you consent to all cookies in accordance with our Privacy Policy.

Ok