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Engineering Employment in Canada

Employment and Careers in Canada

Canadian employment and career postings from professional engineering associations across Canada. Note, not all of the engineering associations in Canada are listed. We only provide direct links to Canadian engineering associations that provide actual job postings.


Yukon National Engineering Associations in Canada that provide job postings.

  • Aerospace Industries Association of Canada
    AIAC is a member-driven, not-for-profit national trade association that promotes and facilitates Canadian competitiveness in the global market for aerospace goods and services.

  • Association of Consulting Engineers of Canada
    Founded in 1925, ACEC is the national association of consulting firms that provide engineering and other technology-based intellectual services to the build and natural environment. Member companies offer professional engineering services world wide to private sector and government clients. ACEC's mission is to promote and safeguard the business and professional interests of the Canadian consulting engineering industry in Canada and abroad. The Association's membership consists of approximately 600 independent consulting engineering firms and 11 provincial and territorial member organizations. Members range in size from single-person operations to multi-national companies. These companies operate in all provinces and territories - many of them internationally as well - and offer, collectively, 24 types of services in 193 specializations within the following 14 major economic sectors: Agriculture, Communications, Construction, Energy, Surveying, Transportation, Water Supply and Sanitation, Environment, Fisheries, Forestry, Geology and Geophysics, Industrial and Manufacturing, Mining and Metallurgy and Municipal Engineering.

  • Canada Institute for Scientific and Technical Information
    CISTI, the Canada Institute for Scientific and Technical Information, is one of the world's major sources for information in all areas of science, technology, engineering and medicine.

  • Canadian Aviation Maintenance Council
    The Canadian Aviation Maintenance Council (CAMC) is an all-stakeholder, not-for-profit organization responsible for the human resources strategy for aviation maintenance and aerospace manufacturing in Canada.

  • Canadian Coalition of Women in Engineering, Science and Technology
    The idea for the Alberta Womens Science Network (AWSN) was formulated at the Science Alberta Foundation conference held October 1992 in Calgary. Here, women from all over Alberta discussed the need for a network amongst Women in Science & Engineering groups in Alberta. By communicating and sharing resources, the groups would be helping each other to achieve common goals.

  • Canadian Codes Centre
    The CCBFC oversees the work of a number of technical standing committees, whose members apply their experience to develop and improve the codes that protect the health and safety of Canadians. Representing all major facets of the construction industry, Commission members include building and fire officials, architects, engineers, contractors, and building owners as well as members of the public.

  • Canadian Council of Professional Geoscientists
    Geoscience is a regulated profession in virtually all of Canada. In eleven of the thirteen provinces and territories, legislative acts restrict the practice of geoscience to individuals who are registered members of (and therefore licensed by) self-governing professional associations in Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Northwest Territories & Nunavut, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Quebec and Saskatchewan. Currently, more than 7,600 geoscientists are licensed in Canada and this number is expected to reach 10,000 within two to three years.

  • Canadian Dam Association
    The Canadian Dam Safety Association (CDSA) was founded in 1989 to advance the implementation of practice to ensure the safe operation of dams in Canada. In 1997, the CDSA amalgamated with the Canadian National Committee on Large Dams (CANCOLD) to form the Canadian Dam Association (CDA).

  • Canadian Dam Safety Society
    The Canadian Dam Safety Association (CDSA) was founded in 1989 to advance the implementation of practice to ensure the safe operation of dams in Canada. In 1997, the CDSA amalgamated with the Canadian National Committee on Large Dams (CANCOLD) to form the Canadian Dam Association (CDA).

  • Canadian Electricity Association
    Founded in 1891, the Canadian Electricity Association (CEA) is the national forum and voice of the evolving electricity business in Canada. The Association contributes to the regional, national and international success of its members through the delivery of quality value-added services.

  • Canadian Gas Association
    The Canadian Gas Association is the voice of Canada 's natural gas delivery industry. CGA members are gas distribution companies, transmission companies, related equipment manufacturers, and other service providers involved in the delivery of natural gas in Canada

  • Canadian Geotechnical Society
    The Canadian Geotechnical Society provides professional development opportunities to its members across Canada and in other countries. Members work in industry, in government, in construction and in universities. They can be engineers or geoscientists - the Society is associated with both the Engineering Institute of Canada and the Canadian Geoscience Council.

  • Canadian Institute for Nondestructive Evaluation
    We promote and participate in the development and application of NDT in Canada and internationally through society membership, conferences, a technical Journal, this web site, educational programs, book sales, research, qualification activities and consulting services. Our facilities provide approved test centres for conducting Canadian General Standards Board (CGSB) examinations for the Department of Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) and Certified Exposure Device Operator (CEDO) examinations for the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC). Training is conducted by accredited instructors who bring a diversity of experience from all industries and emphasize a practical "hands-on" approach.

  • Canadian Institute of Geomatics
    Founded in 1882, the Canadian Institute of Geomatics has evolved to be a non-profit scientific and technical association and represents the largest and most influential geospatial knowledge network in Canada. Over 50% of its members are senior managers and researchers in government, private sector, academic and NGO organizations.

  • Canadian Institute of Marine Engineering
    Canadian Institute of Marine Engineering

  • Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum - Petroleum Society
    The Institute was incorporated by an Act of the Parliament of Canada in 1898 as the Canadian Mining Institute. In 1920, it became the Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, and in 1990, the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum. The Mining Society of Nova Scotia, incorporated in 1887, is affiliated with the Institute.

  • Canadian Institute of Traffic and Transportation
    Established in 1958, the CITT (Canadian Institute of Traffic and Transportation) has been helping individuals on the path to success in supply chain and transportation logistics.

  • Canadian Institute of Transportation Engineers
    The Canadian Institute of Transportation Engineers (CITE) is composed of more than 1,200 transportation engineers, planners, technologists and students across Canada. CITE is an integral part of the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) which consists of more than 13,000 transportation professionals in more than 70 countries. These transportation professionals are responsible for the safe and efficient movement of people and goods on streets, highways and transit systems.

  • Canadian Maritime Section of the Marine Technology Society
    The Marine Technology Society (MTS) is a non-profit international multidisciplinary ocean and marine network. This professional organization was established in 1963 to promote the exchange of information in ocean and marine engineering, science, and policy.

  • Canadian Medical and Biological Engineering Society
    The CMBES is Canada's principal society for engineering in medicine and biology. It is affiliated with the International Federation for Medical and Biological Engineering (IFMBE).

  • Canadian Nuclear Society
    The Canadian Nuclear Society (CNS) was established in 1979 as "the technical society of the Canadian Nuclear Association (CNA)". Although legally a division of the CNA, the CNS operated independently from the start, with its own volunteer Council (Board of Directors), its own mandate, its own activities, and its own budget. In 1998 the CNS incorporated independently as a federal, not-for-profit corporation, following an overwhelming vote from members. Since then the legal name of the CNS is "Canadian Nuclear Society/Société Nucléaire Canadienne, Inc.".

  • Canadian Society for Chemical Engineering
    The Chemical Institute of Canada (CIC) is the umbrella organization for three Constituent Societies - the Canadian Society for Chemistry (CSC), the Canadian Society for Chemical Engineering (CSChE) and the Canadian Society for Chemical Technology (CSCT).

  • Canadian Society for Chemical Technology
    The Chemical Institute of Canada (CIC) is the umbrella organization for three Constituent Societies - the Canadian Society for Chemistry (CSC), the Canadian Society for Chemical Engineering (CSChE) and the Canadian Society for Chemical Technology (CSCT).

  • Canadian Society for Civil Engineering
    The CSCE is a learned society intended to develop and maintain high standards of civil engineering practice in Canada and to enhance the public image of the civil engineering profession.

  • Canadian Society for Engineering in Agricultural, Food and Biological Systems
    The Canadian society for engineering in agricultural, food, environmental, and biological systems

  • Canadian Society for Engineering Management
    The Canadian Society for Engineering Management (CSEM) had its beginnings as the General Membership of the Engineering Institute of Canada (EIC) representing those engineers who had no affiliation with the either civil, mechanical, electrical or geotechnical societies. In 1990, CSEM changed its mandate in order to focus on the needs of engineers in management.  Today, CSEM continues as one of the six constituent societies of the EIC.

  • Canadian Society for Senior Engineers
    The EIC is a federation of Ten Member Societies. 

  • Canadian Society of Exploration Geophysicists
    The Mandate of the Canadian Society of Exploration Geophysicists is to promote the science of geophysics, especially as it applies to exploration, and to promote fellowship and co-operation among those persons interested in geophysical prospecting.

  • Canadian Standards Association
    The Canadian Standards Association is a not-for-profit membership-based association serving business, industry, government and consumers in Canada and the global marketplace.

  • Chemical Institute of Canada
    The Chemical Institute of Canada (CIC) is a professional association of chemists (Canadian Society for Chemistry), chemical engineers (Canadian Society for Chemical Engineering) and chemical technologists (Canadian Society for Chemical Technology) who are employed in, or associated with industry, academia, government and other organizations across Canada and the world.

  • Engineering Institute of Canada
    The EIC is a federation of Ten Member Societies. 

  • Environmental Service Association
    The EIC is a federation of Ten Member Societies. 

  • Geological Association of Canada
    On February 14th, 1947, a group of geologists met at the Engineers' Club in Toronto with the objective of creating the Geological Institute of Canada, an association of geologists which would, among other things, promote, discuss and disseminate geological knowledge.

  • Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Institute of Canada
    The Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Institute of Canada (HRAI), founded in 1968 is a non-profit trade association of manufacturers, wholesalers and contractors in the Canadian heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVACR) industry. HRAI member companies provide products and services for indoor comfort and essential refrigeration processes.

  • Innovation Management Association of Canada
    Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance (CATAAlliance) is Canada's leading, most influential and entrepreneurial technology alliance. It is committed to growing the global competitiveness of its members, 80% of which are currently active exporters.

  • Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers - Canada Section
    IEEE Canada provides a high quality general interest magazine, a technical journal, an electronic newsletter, an annual conference, and web services designed for all Canadian IEEE members, as well as support for our volunteer network of local Sections, Chapters, and Student Branches.

  • Medical Research Council of Canada
    Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) is the major federal agency responsible for funding health research in Canada. It aims to excel in the creation of new health knowledge, and to translate that knowledge from the research setting into real world applications. The results are improved health for Canadians, more effective health services and products, and a strengthened Canadian health care system.

  • Microscopical Society of Canada
    Microscopical Society of Canada

  • Mineralogical Association of Canada
    The Mineralogical Association of Canada (MAC) was formed in 1955 as a non-profit scientific organization to promote and advance the knowledge of mineralogy and the allied disciplines of crystallography, petrology, geochemistry and mineral deposits.

  • National Research Council Canada
    NRC Expertise provides a direct link to more than 1700 men and women at the National Research Council of Canada who have scientific, technical and professional expertise in literally thousands of topics. Building on its reputation as a world leader in research and development, NRC is now working with industry, academia and other government departments to support economic growth through innovation in Canada.

  • Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada
    NSERC will help make Canada a country of discoverers and innovators for the benefit of all Canadians.

  • Networks of Centres of Excellence
    The NCE program fosters powerful partnerships between university, government and industry. Networks of Centres of Excellence funded by the program are designed to develop Canada's economy and improve the quality of life of Canadians.

  • Social Societies and Humanities Research Council
    The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) is an arm's-length federal agency that promotes and supports university-based research and training in the social sciences and humanities.

  • Society of Petroleum Engineers - Canadian Section
    The Vision of One SPE is to improve continually and to be the best in how the Society supports and interacts with members worldwide in fulfilling its mission of capturing and disseminating technical knowledge for the benefit of all members.



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