Careers Aboriginal Employment
People are Al’s Contracting’s NUMBER ONE ASSET! We’re an Aboriginal family business founded on the principles of hard work and mutual respect. We embrace Alberta small town values of honesty and integrity. We provide a SAFE, professional work place that rewards our people with above average compensation. These are not just words. We mean it! It is who we are!!
We’re a SAFE people-based business that hauls water and material; dirt moving; construction; leading in cutting-edge environmental solutions based upon our own years of work on the land; and provides exceptional SERVICE.
Our goal is to attract Experienced, Safe people who appreciate our “Al’s Culture” and how we conduct our business, especially people who take pride in their work and want to grow with us as part of a real TEAM. We are particularly proud of our Aboriginal heritage and we seek to employ and empower as many of our own people as we can. Particularly those who embrace our values and who want to work.
We are also a Drug and Alcohol Free Workplace. Being able to pass a Drug and Alcohol test is a requirement of employment.
You must also have:
- CSTS or PSTS “Ticket” (Construction Safety Training System or Petroleum Safety Training System);
- H2S Alive “Ticket”; and you should have:
- Intermediate First Aid and CPR; and,
- A valid Driver’s License.
Do you want :
- To be part of a TEAM?
- To build a Career on honesty, hard work and a passion for excellence with above average rewards?
Then please Email or Fax:
- A cover letter stating the type of Career you are looking for, and;
- Your resume.
Email To: email@example.com
Or Fax to: (780) 623 - 2252
NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE
Active Recruitment &Training of ABORIGINAL Employees In Northeastern Alberta Communities
- Do you have a Positive Attitude?
- Do you want to work in a Drug and Alcohol Free, SAFE, Professional Workplace?
- Take PRIDE in yourself, your work, your future?
- Want to learn, grow and make a difference?
- Want to make an above average income and work in a trade as a Heavy Equipment Operator or Professional Truck Driver?