BOILERMAKER HELPER PROGRAM
Boilermakers - Local 128, Aecon and Ontario Power Generation have partnered to develop a Boilermaker Helper Program to support work on the Darlington Refurbishment Project with Ontario Power Generation.
ABOUT THE PROGRAM
The Helper program is being developed for individuals without Boilermaker qualifications who are interested in performing short-term, physically demanding work on a major nuclear project at the Darlington site.
This is an opportunity to work directly on OPG’s site, in the vault, at a competitive rate while gaining real exposure to working in the field. This labour-intensive work will include exposure to permissibly high levels of radiation. All radiological workers receive extensive training and are only subject to exposures within Federal guidelines and policies.
WHAT IS OFFERED?
Experience working alongside trained Journeypersons
OPG Site experience
Being part of a team on a large-scale construction project
18 years of age or older
Safety first attitude
Adhere to OPG and Aecon’s safety standards, covid protocols and core values
Excellent attendance and adherence to work a rotating shift schedule
Ability to successfully pass training
Valid driver’s license or access to transportation to work at Darlington
Physical strength and stamina
Ability to work at heights
Foster a collaborative and positive work atmosphere
Apply directly at firstname.lastname@example.org with an attached resume highlighting your interest in the Boilermaker Helper position.
Open now until March 31, 2022
Apply by submitting your resume to email@example.com
SELECTION COMMITTEE INTERVIEW
April 1, 2022 – April 22, 2022
Approved candidates will be contacted for an interview with the selection committee.
NUCLEAR SECURITY CLEARANCE
April 1, 2022 – June 30, 2022
Successful candidates will be required to complete a nuclear security clearance (including police background check).
TEMPORARY WORK PLACEMENT
Training Begins: July 2022. Anticipated 4 month duration of work
Selected candidates will be added to a list for dispatch to a temporary work opportunity with Aecon, who is performing critical work on the Darlington Refurbishment Project. Boilermaker Helpers will be required to complete all paid orientations, training and evaluations deemed necessary by Aecon. When a Helper is no longer required as per schedule, demand, or due to reaching their individual permissible radiological exposure limit, they will receive a layoff without the expectation of any additional employment.
Benefits to being a Boilermaker Helper:
No Boilermaker qualifications needed
Competitive Rate of $32.81/Hour
Health Care spending account and pension account contributions
Nuclear Security Clearance
Experience working with trained Boilermakers
Safety Training and Skills Training
Akwesasne Career & Employment Support Services (ACESS)
Contact: Dan Garrow, Employment Officer
Phone: (613) 575-2626