Colas Canada and its subsidiaries are always searching for new talents:

  • Project Managers

    Manage all field operations related to a specific project including coordinating contract planning, scheduling and construction procedures as well as overseeing construction and design details.

  • Estimator

    Use your knowledge of specifications, materials, equipement, and construction practices to estimate production details includingsecuring and analyzing quotes for best price, availability and schedule needs.
  • Accountant

    Provide timely and accurate information to enable management to make good business decisions. Manage business center's full cycle accounting, including financial statements, cash management and budgeting.

  • Project Engineer

    Responsible for all engineering aspects of a specific project including coordinating resources and monitoring daily workflow to ensure project plans ans specifications are met.

  • Quality Control Technicians

    The QC Technician conduct laboratory test procedures on Soils, Aggregates, Portland Concrete Cement and Asphalt Concrete Pavement to ensure compliance and End Product meet all specifications.

  • Asphalt Plant Operators

    To surpervise the production of asphalt, coordinate and plan maintenance and repair schedules at the company's asphalt plant.

  • Heavy-Duty Equipment Mechanics

    Diagnose faults or malfunctions using computerized and other testing equipment to setermine extent of repair required as well as test repaired equipment for proper performance and to ensure thet work meets manufacturers' specifications.

  • Heavy-Duty Equipment Operators

    Operate heavy equipement such as backhoes, bulldozers, loaders and graders to excavate, move, load and grave earth, rock, gravel or other materials during construction and operate heavy paving and surfacing equipment to lay, spread or compact concrete, asphalt during highway and road construction.

  • Surveyors

    Planning, directing and conducting surveys to establish and mark property boundaries, working with computers and electronic equipment to determine precise locations and advising on matters related to legal surveys.

  • Safety Supervisors

    Organizing and putting into effect the Health & Safety program, looking at jobs or sites for specifichazards, informing managers and employees about safe work practices, and looking into job-site accidents and instructuring safety courses.