CEDA specializes in industrial maintenance, turnaround and environmental services and has a proud history in North America with roots extending back to 1973.
With offices throughout North America, CEDA delivers more than 120 distinct services to support critical operations at our clients’ facilities. We are committed to delivering world-class solutions through innovative technologies, equipment and processes, always with safety top of mind.
Our team of over 2,000 employees provides diverse solutions and services to our clients. We are known for being solutions oriented in everything that we do, continuously optimizing every part of our business.
CEDA’s Core Services and Products
- Pressure, Vacuum and Fluid Transportation
- Chemical Cleaning
- Tank Maintenance and Cleaning
- Pigging and Decoking
- Exchanger Services
- Mechanical and Fabrication
- Manufacturing and Process Equipment
- Project Services
- Dredging and Fluid Management
Our people are our most valuable resource and CEDA strives to support and cultivate the diverse talents of our employees. We are an equal opportunity employer and focus on hiring individuals that embody our core values. As a company who values personal and professional growth, we are proud to be the preferred choice of our people, our clients and our vendors. Whether you’re just starting out in your career, or looking for your next opportunity, an exciting career awaits you at CEDA.
At CEDA, we are committed to building respectful and meaningful relationships with Indigenous peoples, communities and partners in our operating areas. We foster Indigenous inclusion through employment, community investment and business opportunities to bring about economic and social prosperity.
Employment and Training
Our goal is attract, develop and retain talent by working with local Indigenous communities to provide sustainable employment opportunities, offer customized training programs and enhance leadership skills to support Indigenous advancements within CEDA. Since 2015, we have been working with Indigenous communities to identify candidates seeking Class 1 or Class 3 driver’s licences required for Operator positions. Once licence requirements are met, we pair Indigenous candidates with experienced Operators to receive three months of on-the-job training with continuous support and resources.
We also capture workplace diversity statistics to help guide our Indigenous recruitment strategy and initiatives to ensure we continue to advance our Indigenous inclusion.
For more information, visit our website: CEDA.com
Hot Oiler Operator
Driver, Mobile Workforce
Driver, Class 3
Labourer, Mobile Workforce
Operator, Chemical Cleaning
Driver, Class 1 or 3