Construction on Coastal GasLink is underway today and creating more than 2,500 high-quality, well-paying jobs, along with employment and contract opportunities that support local and Indigenous communities across the project.
More than just a number, the employment opportunities are one of the ways Coastal GasLink is proud to support a healthy economic recovery for communities in northern British Columbia. We're committed to partnering with local and Indigenous communities to create a wide variety of opportunities that will deliver significant economic benefits today, and for decades to come.
Learn more about employment & contracting opportunities.
Employment opportunities on Coastal GasLink include a variety of responsibilities, skill levels, and trade specializations.
Labourers, equipment operators, nurse practitioners, chefs, administrators, environmental monitors, skilled tradespersons, and project managers are just a few of the diverse jobs that are being created by the project.
The 670-kilometre project is divided into eight construction sections and includes compressor and meter stations. Coastal GasLink’s prime contractors are responsible for directly hiring workers for construction within their sections or facilities, with a focus on giving first priority to qualified Indigenous and local workers in northern B.C.
Prime contractors are employing the workforce directly. Please note that the opportunities made available by each prime contractor will vary according to need.
For Employment Inquiries:Phone: (403) 930-1358 or visit our website.
For Procurement Inquiries:Phone: (403) 930-1358 or apply to pre-qualify on our website.
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In partnership with Natanlii Development Corporation (Skin Tyee Nation), Yinka Dene Economic Development Limited Partnership (Wet’suwet’en First Nation) and Kyah Development Corporation (Witset First Nation)
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Learn more about operational employment opportunities with Coastal GasLink.
LNG Canada will also provide numerous benefits through the construction and operation of its LNG facility. Learn more about the opportunities LNG Canada’s export facility will create.
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Please complete TC Energy's vendor registration form to be a part of this process.
If you are interested in a job at TC Energy, we encourage you to visit Jobs.TCEnergy.com to learn more about current career opportunities.