Job Details

  • Job ID: 213502
  • Apr 28, 2017
  • Fort McMurray, AB
  • Full time


Oil & Gas :
Building Construction : General-Other: Construction-Skilled Trades
Installation-Maintenance-Repair : General-Other: Installation-Maintenance-Repair
Manufacturing-Production : General-Other: Production-Operations
Quality Assurance-Safety : Building-Construction Inspection

Job Description

Redi Energy provides Maintenance and Construction Services to the Western Canadian Industrial and Commercial Markets. We are currently building a skilled and dedicated team to deliver world class scaffold and insulation services to Canada's top Energy companies. We have an exciting opportunity for Journeyman Scaffold Erectors and apprentices that will be responsible for the safe construction of new temporary work support platforms on the Fort Hills site, located north of Fort McMurray.
Scaffolders erect, modify and dismantle temporary work support platforms or structures that hold workers, tools, equipment, and construction components. Scaffolders provide other trades with safe, secure access to areas both indoors and outdoors.
  • Support the journeyman in the design and construction of temporary work support platforms and structures.
  • Safely perform all assigned tasks as per company Safety Policies
  • May be required to assist in tracking of on-site scaffolding materials.
  • Follow all company and client policies and procedures.
  •  Assist and mentor lower skill level apprentices with planning and executing proper scaffold activities within the work scope.
  • Scaffolders work mostly outdoors at a variety of locations, extreme heights, and all weather conditions.

Job Requirements

  • Valid SAIA or Alberta Carpenters Scaffolder trade level certificate.
  • Strong Safety Consciousness.
  • Minimum of 1600 hours of field experience per trade skill level.
  • Previous experience working and erecting scaffolding in a live plant (brownfield setting).
  • Requires basic math skills and the ability to follow instructions.
  • Must be able to work at heights and in confined spaces.
  • Must have physical strength and endurance.
  • Requires leadership abilities to inspire and coach apprentices to accomplish strategic goals and related tasks.
  • OSSA Regional Orientation and CSTS, or, OSSA Basic Safety Orientation – if you do not have OSSA Regional Orientation and CSTS, you will need to take the OSSA BSO course which is done in class and takes roughly 4 hours. You need this to be mobilized and get your Suncor badge activated.
  • OSSA Fall Protection (with an expiry date of 3 years).
  • OSSA Confined Space (with an expiry date of 3 years).
  • H2S Alive.
  • Valid Driver's License
  • Successful completion of pre-access alcohol and drug screen.
  • Individuals must be able to work a 7 on, 7 off rotation. Flights will be provided to and from Edmonton and Calgary.