Ironworkers for BHP Headframe Project – 14/7 Rotation – Flights and Camp Provided

Fly in and fly out remote camp jobs in Saskatchewan for the BHP Jansen Potash Mine construction project. Ledcor is seeking registered apprentice or Journeyperson Structural or Generalist Ironworkers with experience in industrial construction projects for the BHP Headframe Project. This role requires working at heights (up to 150ft) and involves tasks such as bolting and impacting. Ledcor offers competitive wages, growth opportunities, pension, and RSP benefits.

Ironworkers for BHP Headframe Project - 14/7 Rotation - Flights and Camp Provided
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  • Benefits package including extended health coverage, dental, optical, prescription drug plan, short term & long term disability, life insurance, accidental death & disability coverage, and emergency travel (as per existing collective agreement with CLAC)
  • 14/7 rotation with 10-hour workdays
  • Private camp-based accommodation
  • Work primarily outdoors in various weather conditions
  • Expected project end date in May 2025
  • Flights and travel allowance provided for non-local residents
  • Competitive wages ($31.05 – $47.12 per hour) with overtime after 8 hours/day

Hiring throughout Canada with flights and travel allowance provided.

  1. Moose Jaw, SK
  2. Toronto, ON
  3. Montreal, QC
  4. Regina, SK
  5. Halifax, NS
  6. Calgary, AB
  7. Edmonton, AB
  8. St. John’s, NL
  9. Saskatoon, SK
  10. Leroy, SK

Ironworkers (Structural and Generalist)

Responsibilities:

  • Stick build steel erection for structural steel building and panelization
  • Bolt up and impacting while working at heights
  • Study blueprints, drawings, and specifications to determine the layout of work
  • Position steel units, align holes, and insert temporary bolts while checking alignments and joining steel parts
  • Perform heavy lift, rigging, and setting of building modules
  • Ensure the safety of the crew, equipment, and environment

Qualifications:

  • Journeyperson/Apprentice Ironworker certification with a recognized provincial training authority (Union Cards not accepted)
  • Ability to successfully complete pre-access drug and alcohol testing
  • OSSA Regional with CSTS/BSO or CSO, Fall Protection certification required
  • Elevated Work Platform certification is an asset
  • Must have basic Ironworker tools

The BHP Jansen Potash Mine in Saskatchewan is planned to be developed in multiple phases, starting with an initial phase producing four million tonnes per year, eventually reaching a capacity of eight million tonnes annually. This expansion will make it the world’s largest potash mine, featuring the tallest potash headframes globally.

Ledcor is leading the construction efforts, focusing on structural steel building and panelization, modular builds, mod placement, and EAU assembly.

To apply for the Ironworker position on the BHP Headframe Project, follow the corresponding links to apply via the closet city to your location.

Note that Ledcor is an equal opportunity employer. Only selected candidates will be contacted for further assessments.

  1. Structural Ironworker – Moose Jaw, SK
  2. Structural Ironworker – Toronto, ON
  3. Structural Ironworker – Montreal, QC
  4. Structural Ironworker – Regina, SK
  5. Structural Ironworker – Halifax, NS
  6. Structural Ironworker – Calgary, AB
  7. Structural Ironworker – Edmonton, AB
  8. Structural Ironworker – St. John’s, NL
  9. Structural Ironworker – Saskatoon, SK
  10. Structural Ironworker – Leroy, SK

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