CEDA has a proud history in North America. With roots extending back to 1973, we are known experts in providing specialized industrial maintenance, turnaround, construction and mechanical services.
Having a successful and diverse workforce is essential to meeting our current and future needs. By creating an inclusive workplace, CEDA aims to promote Aboriginal recruitment and advancement throughout all levels in the company.
Our people are our most valuable resource and CEDA strives to support and cultivate the diverse talents of our employees. CEDA is interested in attracting and retaining the best people to help us deliver on our commitments and grow our business. Whether you are just starting out in your career, or have many years of experience with a technical or managerial background, an exciting career awaits you at CEDA.
CEDA believes in Our People living our Core Values every day.
With 21 offices across Canada, and over 2,300 employees, CEDA offers a wide range of individual and integrated services to assist our clients in managing their refineries, upgraders, pulp and paper plants, oil sands plants, chemical plants and other industrial facilities.
CEDA’s core Service Lines include:
• Chemical Cleaning
• Dredging and Fluid Management
• Electrical Services
• Mechanical Services
• Pigging and Decoking
• Pipeline Services
• Pressure and Vacuum
CEDA is comprised of talented people with a relentless dedication to precision, new ideas and safety to address our clients requirements. Our services can be delivered independently or as an integrated service offering. By combining leading technology and proven processes, CEDA is known for developing innovative, cost-effective solutions for our customers.
CEDA works to build strong relationships with Aboriginal communities and partners in our operating areas. Our goal is to develop opportunities that are mutually beneficial to both CEDA and Aboriginal peoples.
Recruitment and Training
Having a successful and diverse workforce is essential to meeting our current and future needs. By creating an inclusive workplace, CEDA aims to promote Aboriginal recruitment and advancement throughout all levels in the company. Local recruitment initiatives including job fairs, print and radio ads, and networking events to attract candidates. CEDA is creating training programs specifically for our Aboriginal employees. Identifying individuals who are looking to advance in the company and helping them achieve their goals. CEDA captures workplace diversity statistics to help guide our Aboriginal recruitment strategy and initiatives and ensure we are continuing to advance our Aboriginal inclusion.
For more information about what current career opportunities are available, visit our website: www.ceda.com
|Job Title||Posted Date||City|
|Heavy Equipment Technician, Journeyman||2018-12-06||Fort McMurray|
|Driver, 14x14 and 7x7||2018-12-02||Fort McMurray|
|Supply Chain Administrator||2018-11-29||Edmonton|
|Health Safety and Environment Advisor||2018-11-20||Fort McMurray|
|Labourer, Mobile Workforce||2018-11-09||Fort McMurray|
|Driver, Mobile Workforce||2018-11-09||Fort McMurray|
|Seasonal Labourer Fort McMurray||2018-11-09||Fort McMurray|
|Accounts Payable Clerk||2018-10-22||Calgary|
|NACE Level 1 Sandblaster||2018-10-16||Bonnyville|
|Millwright Journeyman||2018-10-15||Fort McMurray|
|Heavy Equipment Technician, Journeyman||2018-09-26||Red Deer|
|Driver, Class 1||2018-09-24||Conklin|
|Driver||2018-08-27||Fort St. John|
|Manager, Tank Cleaning||2018-06-26||Edmonton|