Make what you do matter

Help deliver the energy that heats homes, powers our businesses and fuels our transportation, all with increasing achievements in safety, efficiency and conservation.

Our employees are energized by:

  • Exciting, challenging projects
  • Competitive total rewards
  • Hybrid work arrangement
  • Making a positive difference in our communities
  • Contributing to responsible energy development
  • An environment where you can dress casually and comfortably while supporting a high-performing workplace

From head office to our field operations, we actively seek out a wide range of candidates for all positions. A diversity of backgrounds, opinions and skills strengthens our teams and drives innovation.

Our five corporate offices employ thousands of people in Calgary, Toronto, Houston, Charleston (WV) and Mexico City. Our field operations provide opportunities in hundreds of communities across seven Canadian provinces, 34 U.S. states and seven Mexican states.

Whatever the role, or the location, you have the opportunity to develop your career — and make what you do matter.

Working with Indigenous groups

Engaging with Indigenous groups

For more than 40 years, TC Energy has been engaging with Indigenous groups. We recognize Indigenous groups as rightsholders who have a distinct relationship to the land. We understand that our business activities have the potential to affect these groups in tangible ways.

Our approach to Indigenous Relations

Our Indigenous Relations team engages early and often with potentially affected Indigenous groups to understand their interests, identify opportunities, respond to their concerns and facilitate participation on our projects. We identify and create opportunities that support these groups through education and training, community legacyscholarships and engagement with Indigenous contractors and businesses. By working together and ensuring open communication with Indigenous groups, we strive to earn their respect and trust to establish and grow positive long-term relationships.

Learn more about TC Energy’s approach to Indigenous Relations and read about our commitments in the 2021 Reconciliation Action Plan.

Our guiding principles

The following principles guide our engagement activities with Indigenous groups:

  • Recognizing the unique connection Indigenous Peoples have with the land and their community governance.
  • Ensuring meaningful and respectful engagement with Indigenous groups, as early as possible, using a principled approach.
  • Achieving regulatory certainty using a pragmatic approach in the jurisdiction where we are building or operating.
  • Building innovative project strategies, reflecting engagement and regulatory outcomes that are defensible, commercially reasonable and community led.

 

Opportunities for Indigenous groups

At TC Energy, we are proud of the relationships we’ve built with Indigenous communities and are committed to providing business, employment and training opportunities to the people on whose lands we operate. This involves, in collaboration with contractors and subcontractors, offering work opportunities and partnerships to qualified Indigenous workers and businesses and ensuring our contractors engage meaningfully with Indigenous businesses.

 

Diverse, inclusive and respectful

TC Energy strives to create a workplace that is non-discriminatory, fair, equitable, accessible, harassment-free, diverse, inclusive and values the contributions of all employees. Our success depends on the talent, skills and expertise of our people. It is through our differences in how we think and act that we are able to form integrated teams that are creative, innovative and high performing, consistently delivering superior business results.

People feel empowered and thrive in a culture that recognizes, appreciates and utilizes the unique perspectives and background of others. When we capitalize on the strengths of each employee, and leverage our differences, we have a diverse, inclusive and respectful workplace.

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Career Opportunities

Job Title Posted Date City
Innovation Advisor - Business Planning & Enablement 2022-01-14 Calgary
Business Analyst - Business Planning & Enablement 2022-01-14 Calgary
Director, Financial Trading and Pension Asset Management 2022-01-14 Calgary
Agent ou agente de liaison, Relations communautaires 2022-01-12 Montreal
EIC Controls Technician (Coastal Gas Link) 2022-01-11 Dawson Creek
Administrative Coordinator (Construction and Commissioning Excellence / Project Services) 2022-01-10 Calgary
Associate - Taxation 2022-01-10 Calgary
Project Engineer - Facilities Implementation 2022-01-10 Calgary
Heavy Equipment Operator (Construction Services) 2022-01-06 Spruce Grove
Project Manager (Power & Storage Engineering) 2022-01-06 Calgary
EIC Measurement Technician (North East BC Area) 2022-01-05 Fort Saint John
Risk Specialist, Market Risk Analytics 2021-12-06 Calgary
ETRM Technical Lead 2021-12-01 Calgary
Compression and Measurement Field Engineer 2021-10-29 Calgary
May 2022 - Polytechnic Student Opportunities (Various Positions) 2021-09-07 Calgary
May 2022 - Communications/Public Relations Student Opportunities (Various Positions) 2021-09-07 Calgary
May 2022 - Environmental/Health Safety Student Opportunities (Various Positions) 2021-09-07 Calgary
May 2022 - Business/Commerce Student Opportunities (Various Positions) 2021-09-07 Calgary
May 2022 - Computer Science/IT Student Opportunities (Various Positions) 2021-09-07 Calgary
May 2022 - Engineering Student Opportunities (Various Positions) 2021-09-07 Calgary

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