Summer and Co-op
Multiple Branch Offices | Summer-2022
What do you want from your summer or co-op position?
Want to work with the latest technology? Come to the LiDAR pioneers; the company that has mapped all terrains, from the most remote areas of Northern Ontario by helicopter, to the transportation infrastructure beneath Toronto’s most dense urban landscapes.
Want mentorship? Come to the company that cares about your future. The company that will invest in your training and growth; makes you a part of the team and wants to build relationships that lead to long-term employment.
Want varied work and fun new experiences? Come where projects cover municipal engineering, surveying, mining, solar and wind farms, transportation, huge infrastructure developments, and more.
Come to TULLOCH!
TULLOCH is one of Canada’s finest multidisciplinary engineering and surveying firms; an employer of choice that cares about its people, clients, and communities. More than 350 professionals—planners, surveyors, biologists, and engineers—serve our clients from fifteen offices across Canada.
If you are looking for a challenging role in a supportive environment with some of the best mentors in the business, apply to join our Engineering and Geomatics teams in Ontario or Alberta!
Position classification will be determined based on your preferred location and type of work. Please email your resume to the Human Resources Department (email@example.com) or submit online at www.tulloch.ca. Use the subject line “Competition ID: Summer-2022” on your application. And indicate your preferred location at any of our Ontario or Alberta offices and the type of work you’d like to do.
Only those candidates shortlisted for the position will be contacted.
Persons with disabilities who need accommodation in the recruitment and selection process, or those needing job postings in an alternative format, please advise Human Resources when contacted for an interview.
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