Updated on Oct 13, 2018:

Journeyman Service Electrician (1) : Must have troubleshooting experience, live in the local area of Fort Saskatchewan and Lamont, tools, and transportation to jobsites. Work includes at heights on vertical ladders and hoisting tools to platforms and is generally located over one hour drive East of Edmonton.  Troubleshooting skills on control circuits, power disruptions, end devices, automated equipment, PLC’s and other technical problems are very important and a proven record of experience must be presented with references.  Wages are negotiable based on experience, but we try to stay middle of the road for the industry.  Typically e-MCi works in the 32-40hrs per week with almost no overtime.  Resume and cover letter can be emailed to Gerry.

Journeyman Service Millwright (1): Must be able to climb vertical ladders 200′ high, weld, live in the local area of Fort Saskatchewan and Lamont, and have own tools and transportation to jobsites. Work includes at heights on vertical ladders and hoisting tools to platforms and is generally located over one hour drive East of Edmonton.  Troubleshooting skills for conveyor systems, hydraulic controls, pump failures and weld repairs are very important and a proven record of experience must be presented.  Wages are negotiable based on experience, but we try to stay middle of the road for the industry.  Typically e-MCi works in the 32-40hrs per week with almost no overtime.  Resume and cover letter can be emailed to Gerry.

Journeyman Construction Electrician (Future) : Must have tools, and transportation to jobsites. Wages are $36/hr. and project is one to two weeks with possibility of longer.  Resume can be emailed to Gerry.

Apprentice Tradesman (Future): Can be either an electrician or millwright apprentice and you need to be able to climb over 200 feet vertically in height.  Your own tools, and transportation is also required.  Typically e-MCi works in the 32-40hrs per week with almost no overtime.  Wages are based on your years completed ratio of $36/hr base.  Resume can be emailed to Gerry.

Project Coordinator (Future): Must have a technical diploma in a related field with excellent computer and communication skills, own transportation to jobsites and live in the Fort Saskatchewan or surrounding area. Wages are based on experience and technical capacity to complete our projects and are less than field technicians, please review our complete website as it contains most information you require to determine you level of interest. Resume and cover letter can be emailed to Gerry.

Other Information:

Typically we hire tradesman and apprentices, but if the project is large enough we’ll hire Project Coordinators, Time Clerks, and Superintendents.

So send us your resume and we’ll keep it on file for six months, and if your experience matches our needs you’ll get a call from us.