Since construction started in July 2015, Site C has been creating jobs for British Columbians. In the coming months and years, many more jobs will be created as main civil works construction activities increase, and as major contracts get underway for turbines and generators, transmission and the generating station and spillways.
The list below contains some of the types of jobs needed for construction, with links to information from the Government of Canada's National Occupation Classification (NOC) website.
If you are interested in a career in the trades or would like more information about specific jobs or trades training information, please see the websites for the Industry Training Authority or WorkBC.
While BC Hydro's contractors will hire the vast majority of workers on the Site C project, BC Hydro will also require employees for its project team. BC Hydro job opportunities will be posted online at: www.bchydro.com/careers, Employment Connections, and WorkBC.