Bruce Power is proud to provide power to one in three homes, hospitals, schools and businesses in Ontario and also provide medical isotopes across the globe to keep medical equipment sterilized and assist in fighting disease.

Bruce Power’s construction and maintenance programs are scheduled to continue to ramp up through the remainder of 2021 and throughout 2022 on the Bruce Power site. The construction work is scheduled to remain executing out to 2035 providing long term opportunities.

These work programs will provide individuals an opportunity to work on the largest operating nuclear plant in North America! The Major Component Replacement (MCR) project is also named one of the largest construction projects in Canada.

The construction and overflow maintenance activities executed on Bruce Power’s site are completed by contractors and suppliers. The term contractor and/or supplier refer to an organization or company who does work on Bruce Power’s behalf.

The workforce required for delivering the construction and maintenance overflow work through our suppliers and contractors are supplied through our signatory Building Trade Unions (BTU).

To ensure the ongoing success of our construction and maintenance programs we will require approximately 2500+ professional skilled tradespeople from our building trade partners.

Now is a great time to become a nuclear professional and work on one of the largest construction projects ongoing in the country.

If you are currently a journeyperson and a member of a building trade hall and interested in working on site, please contact your union hall representative directly. The list of Building Trade halls that support Bruce Power’s site are found here: Skilled Trades at Bruce Power – Bruce Power

If you are a journeyperson, and not currently a member of a building trade hall, but interested in supporting the construction work on site, we encourage you to submit an application through our website.

The journeyperson tickets we are seeking include any of the following:

Steamfitter/Pipefitter – Journeyperson

Welder – Journeyperson

Boilermaker –Journeyperson

Carpenter (Scaffold) – Journeyperson

Electrician Construction – Journeyperson

Industrial Mechanic Millwright – Journeyperson

Insulator – Journeyperson

  • equivalent experience will also be considered

The terms and conditions, as well as the wage schedule, for each of the trade’s signatory to Bruce Power’s site can be found here: Resources – EPSCA + Collective Agreements – Welcome (cusw.ca)

For clarity, while your application will be submitted through our website, should you meet the requirements of the role, you would be placed into the building trade hiring hall and would not be employed directly by Bruce Power, but rather through one of our suppliers should you be referred to our site. Submitting an application through our website does not constitute a guarantee that you will in fact be referred to the Bruce Power site.

Next Steps: If you are currently not a member of a Building Trade Hall, but hold one of the journeyperson tickets listed above, please proceed to submit an application.

Note: This posting is for an ongoing need and while no posting end date is indicated, it may close or be updated at any time based on business needs.

We thank all candidates for their interest, however only those selected to move forward will be contacted.

In order to ensure you are given full consideration for this position, please ensure your candidate application is completely filled out and up to date. The information in the candidate application will be used in the selection process to assess candidacy for this position.

Bruce Power is proud to be an equal opportunity employer; valuing and respecting diversity. We encourage applications from qualified members of the four designated groups.