During the construction of Kearl, most job opportunities will be through Imperial Oil’s construction contractors. The main contractors currently on-site are K2, AMEC, Fluor, Kiewit and PCL. K2 is a Kiewit/Klemke joint venture with a focus on earthworks. Fluor’s focus is on the provision of infrastructure and site-wide services, and AMEC is focused on managing the project’s engineering and procurement. Kiewit is constructing Kearl's froth treatment facilities and PCL is working on Kearl's utilities' construction. Additionally, Horton CBI is focused on the extraction and tank farm area.
Please contact one of these contractors for job opportunities related to the construction of Kearl.
Imperial Oil will be hiring for permanent positions for Kearl operations, which will start up in late 2012. We will need many qualified workers in the areas of mining engineers, truck and shovel operators, plant operators, electrical and instrument technicians, mechanics and other people in skilled trades.
As an operations employee, you’ll live in a residence for 10 days at a time and then return home at the end of your shift rotation for a similar period of time. Flights depart and return to Edmonton and Calgary and will land at a joint industry airstrip near the Kearl lease.
Please visit Imperial’s Careers page for employment at Kearl. Follow the link and search on Kearl in the keyword box.
First Nations tradespeople in the region can apply to work at Kearl through their First Nation's Human Resources Representative or the Athabasca Tribal Council Employment Coordinator with a note requesting that resumes be sent directly to one of Kearl's major contractors.
In addition, the project’s socio-economic team maintains a database of local businesses to be given to all major contractors. Contact Kearl.email@example.com for a copy of this list or to have your company added to it.