Pipeline Drillers (Remote Work)

We are looking for new team members to fill the positions of Blasting Drillers for our remote site-based projects in British Columbia and Alberta. Reporting to the Site Foreman, for a designated Pipeline Project, you will work with a team of site crew and other blasting professionals to operate drills for blasting activities.

 

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Be able to operate one or more of these drills (Ranger 800, Atlas Copco T30R, Hoe Drill, Airtrack, DML) safely and efficiently
  • Drill holes in accordance with the blast plan and pattern laid out and complete drill logs for each hole
  • Operate the drills within the working capabilities of the machine and within the capability of the operator
  • Assist blasters if required by laying out materials for each hole, loading materials in/out of magazines, and stemming holes
  • Assist Drill mechanics as needed including keeping detailed records of any maintenance issues and other paperwork
  • Work with driller helpers to ensure their safety around the drill
  • Promote, and lead by example, a work environment where the safety and health of all employees, subcontractors, and individuals on site is paramount
  • Operate as a productive member of a high functioning field team to drive results
  • Maintain general cleanliness to ensure job sites are clear of hazards, waste, and scrap material
  • Load/unload materials and equipment as needed

 

 

Qualifications:

  • Experience operating one or more of these drills (Ranger 800, Atlas Copco T30R, Hoe Drill, Airtrack, DML)
  • Experience operating a top hammer hydraulic drill (preferably Sandvik)
  • Safety knowledge and experience in construction industry
  • Willing to work outdoors, exposed to all weather conditions
  • Self- motivated with the ability to work as part of team
  • Experience with basic power and construction tools
  • Valid Driver’s License (including drivers abstract)
  • Fit to work – ability to see, hear, walk, stand, and lift 25kgs
  • Basic computer skills and ability to communicate in English, oral and written
  • Good work ethic and a willingness to learn
  • Ability to pass pre access site medicals/drug and alcohol screening (some projects may require further checks such as criminal background)

 

Working Conditions:

  • Remote fly-in camp locations – Typical rotation is 3 weeks in and 1 week out, 12-hour days
  • Field environment, working to deadlines, some high stress situations (e.g., meeting deadlines)
  • May be required to work outside of normal work hours to meet the needs of the project
  • Will be working with drills in a high dust and noise environment (PPE required)
  • Frequent travel
  • On call for emergencies as needed

 

Perks and Compensation:

  • Union Pipeline base wage of $48.17/hr
  • Union Benefits/Pension Plan
  • LOA (Living out Allowance)
  • Retention Bonus

Glacier Blasting is committed to equity, diversity and inclusion in our recruitment and hiring practices.

Only candidates who are most qualified for the position will be contacted.

Available Positions:
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