Be a part of the most exciting energy development in Newfoundland and Labrador
The hydroelectric potential of Muskrat Falls and Gull Island make the lower Churchill River in central Labrador the best undeveloped hydroelectric source in North America. The Muskrat Falls project includes the construction and operation of the 824 megawatt (MW) hydroelectric generating facility at Muskrat Falls and more than 1,500km of associated High Voltage direct current (HVdc) and High Voltage alternating current (HVac) transmission lines and terminal stations across the province.
An average of 1,500 jobs will be required each year during construction across more than 70 trades and occupations. As part of the Muskrat Falls project, you’ll receive an attractive compensation package that includes competitive wages, quality accommodations, transportation and accessible training…and all right here at home.
Register today to make your resume available to employers and contractors with the project.
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about priority hiring protocols established through the Impacts and Benefits Agreement signed between Nalcor and the Innu Nation, and the Benefits Strategy signed with the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador.