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Work in Canada as a Labourer

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Are you interested in working in Canada as a laborer? The country is in need of skilled and unskilled workers to fill various positions in construction, manufacturing, and other industries. Not only is Canada a great place to live and work, but it also offers many opportunities for career growth and advancement. In this blog post, we’ll discuss everything you need to know about working as a laborer in Canada, including the types of jobs available, the qualifications and experience required, and the benefits of working in Canada. Whether you’re a recent graduate or an experienced laborer, this post will provide you with valuable information to help you land your dream job. So, let’s get started!

The job responsibility of a Labourer

A laborer is a worker who performs manual labor tasks, including but not limited to:

  • Physical labor: tasks such as digging, lifting, carrying, and moving heavy materials and equipment.
  • Site preparation: tasks such as leveling, grading, and excavating land for construction projects.
  • Clean-up and maintenance: tasks such as cleaning and maintaining equipment and tools, as well as maintaining a clean and safe work environment.
  • Loading and unloading materials: tasks such as loading and unloading supplies, tools, and equipment from trucks and other vehicles.
  • Assisting skilled tradespeople: tasks such as holding materials or tools for carpenters, electricians, and other tradespeople.
  • Following safety protocols: tasks such as using proper safety equipment and following safety procedures to ensure a safe work environment.
  • Following instructions: tasks such as following instructions from supervisors and skilled tradespeople.
  • Operating equipment: tasks such as operating equipment such as forklifts, power tools, and other equipment used in construction and manufacturing.
  • Helping with demolition: tasks such as removing debris and helping with the demolition of buildings.
  • Helping with landscaping: tasks such as planting, pruning, and maintaining lawns and gardens.

It’s important to note that the specific responsibilities of a laborer may vary depending on the type of job and the industry in which they are working.

Full Job Description

Position Information

Title

Labourer 2

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Job Status

Regular Full Time

Position Overview

The City of North Vancouver is the urban core of the beautiful North Shore and has a long-term vision to be “The Healthiest Small City in the World”, with five key priorities to be a City for People, a Liveable City, a Vibrant City, a Connected City and a Prosperous City.

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The Engineering, Parks and Environment Department (Engineering Operations) – Utilities Section, requires a regular full-time Labourer 2 for the Water group.

Responsibilities

You will perform unskilled and limited semi-skilled manual tasks in the construction and maintenance of water distribution systems and may contribute to similar work in sanitary and/or storm collection systems. You will perform tasks related to installing, repairing and maintaining mains and connections, such as, setting and checking line and grade, placing and compacting gravel backfill, installing and cutting pipe, and installing shoring; work may also include fire hydrants, valves and meters, or catch basins and manholes. You will also operate related compressor, hydraulic and/or power tools; perform cleaning and maintenance tasks for mains and PRV stations; or watercourses, catch basins, manholes and pump stations; and perform traffic control duties.

Work assignments may also be in any of the Engineering Operations work sections, based on operational requirements.

Requirements

You will have related experience in utilities maintenance and construction and good knowledge of the methods, materials, tools and equipment used in utilities work. You must have demonstrated ability to perform heavy physical labouring / manual work. A valid Class 5 Drivers License is required. You must also be able to deal effectively with the public and embrace values such as teamwork, respect, a positive attitude, professionalism and integrity. Certification in Water Distribution within the Environmental Operators Certification Program (EOCP) would be an asset. Certification in Wastewater Collection will also be considered.

Compensation

$29.71 per hour

(January 2021 rates)

Hours of Work

8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday

Additional Information

How to Apply

If you are passionate about making the City of North Vancouver an even greater place to live, work and play, apply on-line through the Career Portal at www.cnv.org by Wednesday, January 25, 2023.

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