We recognize that our operations are located in the traditional territory of many Aboriginal communities. We believe that responsible development takes into account Aboriginal interests and their traditional and current uses of lands and resources. Energy development creates both opportunities for and impacts on communities, and we must work to maximize the former and minimize the latter.
Suncor works to develop strong, mutually beneficial relationships with Aboriginal communities near our operations throughout Canada. With this, Suncor wants to hire more First Nations, Metis and Inuit employees. Routinely named one of Canada’s top employers, Suncor has a diverse workforce where your contribution is valued and where you’re working with some of the biggest equipment in the world, with leading edge technology, and where you are learning and growing every day.
Join a respected group of people who are proud to work for Canada’s largest energy company — one with a solid track record of growth, a focus on safety and sustainability and tremendous potential for the future. We hire business professionals, engineers, trades-people and operators across our operations, with many of our current opportunities in Fort McMurray, Firebag, and Fort Hills.
How can you apply?
Go ahead. Check out and apply to our career opportunities by clicking here: suncor.com/careers. Suncor is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from all qualified individuals.
Come see what Yes can do
Yes is our answer to some of the industry’s toughest questions. As Canada’s leading integrated energy company, we know that we need to look beyond the energy needs of today and understand what is required for the future. Sustainability is about seeing the big picture, and beginning the next conversation that will lead us to better, more sustainable solutions. Come and see what Yes can do.
Meet Our Suncor Team
Meet some of Suncor’s Aboriginal employees, and hear about their experience – from career growth to their pride in our company.
BJ Fitzpatrick (Emergency Response Officer, Oil Sands)
Annette Callan (Supervisor, Oil Sands & In Situ)
Darren Desjarlais (Supervisor, Oil Sands & In Situ)