The LNG Canada Project is hiring a best-in-class team to complete Canada’s largest and safest LNG export facility. It is also in one of the most incredible natural settings in the world.

Why Join THIS Project?

Best-in-class worksite

State-of-the-art meets salt-of-the-earth. Imagine going to work in an awe-inspiring, yet picturesque, mega-project every day, with a band of brothers and sisters who always have your back.

Best-in-class wages

The new agreement with BC Building Trades craft workers will make sure you are the top-earner in your field on any project in Canada.

Best-in-class team

Over 5,000 of Canada’s top trades professionals are on site. Think you got what it takes to be one of them?

World Class Accommodation

Cedar Valley Lodge redefines what a work camp can be with hotel-like amenities in a clean, modern, and safety-first environment.

It’s easy to get started!

Simply complete the short application form below, and your union will be in touch with more details.

Need more reasons?



Towering mountains on one side, and the pristine Pacific Ocean on the other. People travel the world to vacation here. You get to call it your commute and home away from home.

Fly  “JFJV Airlines”

Travel to and from the site is covered via charter flights from: St Johns, Halifax, Hamilton, Winnipeg, Regina, Edmonton, Calgary, Vancouver, Kelowna, Nanaimo, Prince George.

Homestyle cooking – without the dish duty

All-you-can-eat meals are provided – and they’re damn good. The baked goods alone will make you think grandma popped in for a visit.

Work to Live (not the other way around)

14/7 shift from Winnipeg West and 20/8 from Hamilton East. Fly home to your loved ones on your days off or travel the world. Choose your own adventure!

More to do after the quittin’ bell

Relax with a movie in our on-site theater or get in a round of golf anywhere in the world on our premium golf-simulators.

Blow off some steam in the gym with its massive weight room, two full racquetball courts, basketball court, outdoor soccer pitch and rock-climbing wall. Right outside our door there’s unparalleled hiking, biking, and many more recreational activities that only B.C. can provide.

And, you’ll never have to miss the game; we have a full-service lounge just down the hall from your room, with local craft beer, pub grub, and plenty of big screens.

Sounds good right?

Right now we need:


You hold a ticket from any Carpenters Training Center or are an apprentice working towards your designation.

A snapshot of duties involved for this role are, but not limited to:

  • Erecting and dismantling temporary scaffolding to support other trades in the construction of the project.
  • Following safety guidelines and regulations
  • Using hand and power tools to erect and dismantle scaffolding.
  • Maintaining and repairing scaffolding and other temporary structures after their use.
  • Inspecting the quality of a scaffold to ensure it’s in good condition and meets the industry standards.
  • Coordinating and assisting with other crew professionals as part of daily tasks.
  • Maintaining records and documentation of scaffolding activities.

You have a Red Seal Steamfitter/Pipefitter or hold a Provincially issued steam ticket.

The job duties of steamfitters include, but not limited to:

  • Reading and interpreting drawings, blueprints, and specifications to determine layout requirements.
  • Select the appropriate type and size of pipe, measure, cut, thread, and bend it to the required shape using hand and power tools.
  • Join pipes together by welding, brazing, cementing, soldering, and threading joints and fabricate piping system sections.
  • Install supports, valves, piping, and control systems and test them for leaks using testing equipment.
  • Clean, maintain, and flush the pipe units and fittings and replace worn components to reactivate the system.

You are a Boilermaker Fitter / Rigger or a Boilermaker Welder (Specialty)

You have Boilermaker Red Seal Occupational Standard (RSOS) or are an apprentice working towards your designation.

A snapshot of duties involved for this role are, but not limited to:

  • Reading blueprints or specifications to plan the sequence of operations.
  • Lay out plate, sheet steel, or other heavy metal and mark bending and cutting lines on the workpiece using protractors, compasses, drawing instruments, or templates.
  • Set up and operate heavy-metal working machines like brakes, rolls, shears, flame cutters, and drill presses to cut, shape, and form metal into parts or sections.
  • Fit and weld metal parts or sections together to fabricate boilers, vessels, tanks, heat exchangers, piping, and other heavy-metal products.
  • Erect and install these products according to specifications using hand and power tools.
  • Repair, maintain, and perform maintenance work on boilers and other heavy-metal products.
  • Direct the activities of hoist or crane operators and other workers during the fabrication, assembly, installation, or repair of structures.

You are a Red Seal Ironworker (Generalist, Reinforcing or Foundation) or are an apprentice working towards your designation.

A snapshot of duties involved for this role are, but not limited to:

  • Read blueprints and specifications to plan the work layout.
  • Unload and position steel units for hoisting as required.
  • Install hoisting equipment and rigging.
  • Signal the crane operator to position steel units according to blueprints.
  • Align and welding or bolting steel units in place.
  • Erect structural and architectural precast concrete components and assembling and erecting prefabricated metal structures.
  • Position and secure steel bars or metal mesh in concrete forms to reinforce structures.
  • Install ornamental and other structural metalwork, such as curtain walls, metal stairways, railings, and power doors.
  • Conduct inspections to identify deterioration, defects, or non-compliance with specifications. In some cases, dismantle structures and equipment may be required.

Provincially issued Journeyperson Certification or Certificate of Qualification in the trade of welding.

A snapshot of duties involved for this role are, but not limited to:

  • Pressure welders weld parts together to construct pressure vessels, boilers, pressure piping systems and associated fittings.



Red Seal Certification or applicable provincially issued certificate or are an apprentice working towards your designation.

Millwright duties include:

  • Read blueprints, diagrams and schematic drawings to determine work procedures.
  • Install, align, dismantle and move stationary industrial machinery and mechanical equipment, such as pumps, fans, tanks, conveyors, furnaces and generators according to layout plans using hand and power tools.
  • Inspect and examine machinery and equipment to detect and investigate irregularities and malfunctions.
  • Install, troubleshoot and maintain power transmission, vacuum, hydraulic and pneumatic systems, and programmable logic controls.
  • Adjust machinery and repair or replace defective parts. Clean, lubricate and perform other routine maintenance work on machinery.
  • Construct foundations for machinery or direct other workers to construct foundations.
  • Assemble machinery and equipment prior to installation using hand and power tools and welding equipment.
Other opportunities

Not seeing a role that fits your skills or interests? Please check our active job board often and you can also sign up to receive future opportunities.

You must be a certified trades person and / or member in good standing of your related union. You must be legally present, and allowed to work in Canada before applying.

Not finding the right job opportunity?

Check out our careers page for more great roles on the project!

Views from the Project

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I work 20/8 if I am west of Winnipeg instead of 14/7?

The shifts are set up for a balanced work and home life. The charter flights will not change at this time. Winnipeg West will work a 14/7 rotation, while Ontario East will operate on a 20/8 schedule.

Can I fly to any charter hub, or do I have to go round trip from one location? i.e., can I explore Canada on my days off?

The charter flights are set up to supply you with travel to and from the closest hub to your home.

Is there a travel allowance?

At this time, only B.C. residents are entitled to travel allowance.

How does the blended rate work? Do I get overtime?

The base rate is calculated with a percentage over 70 hours per week, so all hours of the day are paid at the same rate. Overtime is paid after 10 hours a day, or if requested to work outside of your 14 or 20 day scheduled rotation, with a higher percentage.

Is there mental health support on site?

Absolutely, the project has a robust mental health program that includes on-site counselling services.

Can I work for two months without taking a leave?

Shifts are set up for a balanced work and home life for safety and to ensure a good rest between rotations: the Project shifts are either 14/7 or 20/8.

Is the camp dry?

Cedar Valley Lodge is a damp camp, and the lounge serves alcoholic beverages. A daily limit of four alcoholic beverages is allowed and must be consumed in the lounge.

Can I bring my dog?

No, however, there are weekly visits from puppies and dogs, and we host dog walks at the local Humane Society every Friday.

Can I stay in the area on my days off to explore the region this summer?

Yes, there are several good hotels and motels in the area. Make sure you tell your travel and accommodations coordinator you do not need a flight when you check out of camp on your days off.

Is there Wi-Fi?

Yes, there is free Wi-Fi at Cedar Valley Lodge and cable tv in all the rooms.

Is there a laundry service?

Yes, there are laundry rooms at Cedar Valley Lodge for you to do your laundry, and there is also a paid laundry service available.


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234 City Centre, Kitimat, B.C.,
V8C 1T6 Canada

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