Journeyman Or Apprentice Pipefitter, Regina, Nason Careers

Published 2022-07-11
Expires 2022-08-11
ID #1082459568
Journeyman Or Apprentice Pipefitter, Regina, Nason Careers
Canada, Saskatchewan, Regina,
Published July 11, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Journeyman or apprentice pipefitter

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Nason's teamwork approach combines the efforts of our professional engineers, technical staff and skilled trades people to deliver challenging projects through safe operations and specialized services. Nason rewards innovation and creativity and promotes a healthy balance between professional and personal life. We provide a wide variety of training including job specific safety and leadership training for apprentices and journeypersons. We value trade experience and support opportunities to advance into other positions in the firm including estimating, project management, site management or safety. We offer competitive wages, proper tools and a comprehensive benefits plan provided through The Christian Labour Association of Canada (CLAC). We are always searching for dynamic and dedicated individuals to join our ever-growing Nason team. Please take a look at our current opportunities.Nason Contracting Group Ltd. is currently seeking applications for a Journeyman and Apprentice Pipefitters for work in Regina. Journeyman Rate is $41.49/ hour. LOA and Travel available if applicableJob DescriptionPrimary responsibilities will include but are not limited to:Process piping and equipment installations Threading, Cutting, Grooving, Bending, Measuring of pipingWorking with plans and specifications to determine layout and installation requirementsHydrostatic testing of installed piping systemsEnsuring safe work practices, EH&S processes, and OH&S compliance are followed on siteDesired Skills and Experience:To be considered for this position you must be a registered Journeyperson or Apprentice in the trade of Steamfitter-PipefitterExtensive knowledge of the occupational hazards and safety precautions applicable to the workExperience on major industrial project sites The ability to lift, carry and handle weight up to 50lbsMust be organized, self-driven, and have ability to understand and execute oral and written instructionsHave the following tickets:Valid Driver's License (not GDL)SCOT, CSTS-09 or CSTS 2020WHMIS 2015All candidates must be able to produce a negative result on a drug & alcohol test. All Candidates must provide proof of vaccinationWe thank all applicants for their interest in working for Nason, however only those identified for further consideration will be contacted. Calgary, Edmonton (Nason), Regina, Saskatoon

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