Business and Job Opportunities

BC Métis Federation is pleased to support Métis businesses throughout the province. We encourage businesses to send an email to Info@BCMetis.com with any job opportunities they may have that can be shared with our members.

Western Canada Marine Response Corporation (WCMRC)

WCMRC is a Transport Canada certified Response Organization, whose mandate is to ensure there is a state of preparedness in place and to mitigate the impact when an oil spill occurs. This includes the protection of wildlife, economic and environmental sensitivities, and the safety of both the responders and the public.

BC Métis Federation wants to assist both Métis seeking work as well as companies seeking Métis employees for the Trans Mountain Expansion Project. Anyone interested in finding jobs or workers should contact:

Karen Andrews, TMX Employment Coordinator
employment@BCMetis.com

Upcoming Construction Readiness Training in Kamloops

Cord is hosting a 4 day Construction Readiness Training program for individuals interested in industrial construction job opportunities. The training session is being held by Cord in Kamloops January 19-22, 2021. Space is limited so applicants will need to apply early.     

How to apply: Interested applicants can email their resumes to dion.arnouse@worley.com 

Click here for full training session details

Opportunities for Full-time Employment

Spill Response Technicians Deckhands

Western Canada Marine Response Corporation (WCMRC) is a Transport Canada certified Response Organization, whose mandate is to ensure there is a state of preparedness in place and to mitigate the impact when an oil spill occurs. This includes the protection of wildlife, economic and environmental sensitivities, and the safety of both the responders and the public.

WCMRC is recruiting for two full-time Spill Response Technicians Deckhand to join our spill response team, located in Sidney, B.C.

For more information, click here 

Opportunities for Contractors

TMX Expansion Project

Any Métis contractors that are interested in submitting a bid for further opportunities on the TMX expansion project and any other major projects in BC can provide a corporate profile and summary of capacity to:

Taylor McLeod, TMX Procurement Coordinator
procurement@bcmetis.com


Indigenous workers are being given job opportunities like never before with many organizations committed to hiring qualified Indigenous workers first in order to create more of a level playing field.  Recommend your resume include that you are Métis.  BCMF office can assist you in getting your Provincial Métis identification. Email to Info@BCMetis.com  Phone: 604-638-7220

*Please note that BCMF collects a small % of the gross contract scope of any successful bid to assist in community initiatives.