Ottawa Stage 2 Light Rail Transit – Confederation Line Extension project, a major project aimed at enhancing the city’s transportation infrastructure is underway and they are immediately seeking equipment operators including dozer and excavator operators for the construction work. Overtime pay and living out allowances may be available, subject to management approval.
- Minimum of 5 years of experience operating excavators and dozers
- Proficiency in civil and underground utilities work, particularly in water and sewer systems
- Capability to work efficiently in tight and congested areas, utilizing spotters as necessary
- Knowledge of GPS systems for precise equipment operation
- Must be available for night shifts, averaging 50-60 hours per week, with a mix of regular and irregular hours
- Living out allowance (LOA) and work rotations may be available, subject to management approval
- Night shift premium and retention bonus offered
- A valid class 5 (or higher) driver’s license with a clean abstract is mandatory
Confederation Line Extension
The Confederation Line extension project involves designing, constructing, and financing 27.5 kilometers of infrastructure for Ottawa’s light-rail transit (LRT) system. This expansion aims to extend the existing Confederation Line west and east, enhancing the city’s public transportation network. The project includes the construction of 4 kilometers of rail in cut-and-cover tunnels, 20 engineering structures, 16 stations (including one underground and one elevated station), and a maintenance center. It also encompasses the delivery of associated systems.
The project’s uniqueness lies in its connection to an existing line, with established systems from the first stage being extended using the same equipment.
KEV is a joint venture partnership comprising Peter Kiewit Sons ULC and the VINCI Group, along with their affiliates. Peter Kiewit Sons ULC is one of North America’s largest and most reputable construction and engineering organizations, with roots dating back to 1884. As an employee-owned organization, Kiewit operates through a network of subsidiaries in the United States, Canada, and Mexico, offering construction and engineering services across various markets, including transportation, oil and gas, power, building, water, industrial, and mining. In 2022, Kiewit reported revenues of $13.7 billion and employed 25,700 staff and craft employees.
If you’re interested in joining the Ottawa Stage 2 Light Rail Transit – Confederation Line Extension project as an equipment operator with Kiewit, follow the provided links to apply.
Please note that only selected applicants will be contacted for the next phase of the hiring process.
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