Working for CPW means a rewarding job in a diverse workplace. We want all of our employees to perform their best no matter what their position. We also value the drive to keep pushing higher with added training and hands on experience and seek to provide the nurturing environment to allow this. We reward loyalty and employee retention with a supportive atmosphere where you can continue to further your career.
Heavy Equipment Operator
As an Equipment Operator you will be responsible for operating equipment in all types of environments. Equipment operation experience is required having used the following: Excavators, loader, bucket truck, tracked digger derrick/digger derrick trucks and muskegs. A valid Class 5 Driver’s License, Class 8 plus a clean driving record is required; any other operating tickets are also considered an asset.
As a valued member of our Operations team, you will be responsible for: installing and maintaining energized and de-energized power lines at various voltages; interpreting single-line drawings and specifications; inspecting and maintaining tools, equipment, and vehicles used to carry out line work; and performing other duties related to this position. Must be an apprentice powerline technician or have a valid red seal certificate.
As a laborer you will be required to work outdoors assisting Utility line crew, do general yard cleanup as necessary and general labor duties as delegated. Must have Valid class 5 driver's license. Experience working around heavy equipment and in remote locations considered an asset.
Class 1 or 3 Truck Driver
As a Class 1 truck driver you will be required to load and off-load own equipment and travel to and from jobsites. One of the requirements as a Class 3 driver would be to operate our Utility Pole truck. Must be competent in loading and offloading Utility Poles from trailers, flatbeds while also being skilled at lifting and erecting poles for utility line repair or installation.
Traffic Control Person
As a traffic control person, you will be responsible for: Stop, slow, and safely direct traffic through work or construction sites. Protect workers in the construction zone by regulating traffic flow. Give traffic control directions and signals clearly and precisely so that motorists understand their meaning. Keep the flow of traffic moving with as few delays as possible. Must have valid Traffic Control Level 1 and Level 2.
Heavy-Duty Equipment Mechanic
As a heavy-duty mechanic, you will be required to complete services on heavy equipment and trucks,
perform tire changes and greasing of vehiclesremoving/ installing parts, diagnosing faults or malfunctions using computerized and other testing equipment to determine the extent of repair required, testing repaired equipment for proper performance and to ensure that work meets manufacturers’ specifications and Clean, lubricate and perform other routine maintenance work on equipment.