Nasittuq is proud of our commitment to providing Development Programs to Land Claim Beneficiary groups which has successfully contributed towards a skilled workforce and Aboriginal employment.
We are currently recruiting for our Aboriginal Development Program positions. The Development Program offers a wealth of education and experience to individuals who pass the minimum requirements and wish to experience skill development while working towards a trades ticket, management certificate, etc.
Program positions may include the following areas:
Heavy Equipment Operations
If you are an Aboriginal Land Claim Beneficiary from the Nunavut Settlement Region and answer YES to the following questions, you are encouraged to submit your resume.
Are you seeking a new and exciting opportunity?
Do you have grade 12?
Do you have any post-secondary education?
Are you interested in rotational trade or other skilled labor work in the north?
Have you recently completed and passed a pre-trades entrance exam?
Do you have solid computer skills?
Candidates must be eligible for and will be required to obtain a Government of Canada Security Clearance and pass a pre-employment medical. Also, Land Claim Beneficiary applicants must self-identify to be considered.
The Company thanks you for your interest, however, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
Nasittuq Corporation holds the contracts for the Ellesmere Island Commercial Support Contract located at CFS Alert, Nunavut on behalf of Department of National Defence. For more information, visit www.nasittuq.com.
Since you are applying from outside Canada, you application will be moderated by our team. You will receive an email once it’s been approved.
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“You must be legally entitled to work in Canada in order for your application to be considered.
I am legally entitled to work in Canada “
Application from outside Canada
Finding an employer that will assist you in your work permit without knowing you is utopic.. Employers simply do not consider non-resident applications. We strongly recommend that you immigrate to Canada before you start looking for employment.