Engineer in Training (EIT) / Geoscientist (GIT)
Positions are under-implemented at the Licensed Science Officer (LSO) 1?– Salary: ?$47,317.12 – $59,098.27 annually,?plus 7% Overtime Shift Standby (OSS) that can be taken as time or pay?(please also click the EIT web page below for details)
Upon completion of the EIT/GIT program?the full working level classification is at LSO Eng. 3
Currently, there are a?total of?8 (eight)?positions?available within the entire 2018/2019 EIT program.
There are?6 job postings which applicants must apply directly to each?in order to be given consideration.? Please see below for details.
Eligibility Lists may be established to fill future similar permanent and/or temporary vacancies associated with each job posting.
Are you a recent graduate (within the last 7 years or about to graduate this Spring) with your Bachelor’s or higher degree, focused in civil, electrical, geological?or structural engineering, looking to earn your professional designation? ?We invite you to come build a rewarding career in our highly regarded Engineer-In-Training (EIT) Program with the BC Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure.
We are currently hiring?multiple full-time EIT positions in various locations across British Columbia.
The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure’s EIT program provides the opportunity to gain applied technical experience throughout British Columbia by moving you through multiple rotations in various locations over the course of the program. This dynamic range of experience will provide you with an opportunity to train, develop and grow professionally through challenging work assignments.
Please visit our comprehensive?EIT?web page?for more information about this opportunity.
As an?Engineer-In-Training?you will enjoy an excellent work environment with one?of BC’s 2016 Top Employers. We offer a wide range of benefits that include comprehensive medical and dental coverage, a defined benefit pension plan and 20 days of vacation to start.
These opportunities apply to?recent graduates (within the last 7 years or those about to graduate in the Spring 2019)?with a Bachelor’s or higher degree in engineering with a focus on highway, traffic, planning, electrical, geological?or structural disciplines. Please refer to the attached Job Profile, to view the complete set of?job qualifications.
EIT Job Opportunities?may include the following engineering specializations:
(Please view the?six job postings for further information. ?Links have been provided below.)
- Highway Design
- Traffic and Safety
- District / Project Management
Potential Work Locations:??Applicants must be willing to work in all of these locations to be considered:
- Nanaimo, Prince George, Kamloops, Cranbrook, Nelson, Kelowna, Williams Lake, Smithers, Fort St. John and?Terrace if applying on the District / Project Management Enginner
If you have questions about this EIT opportunities, please contact?EIT.Recruitment@gov.bc.ca.
For more information about how to create or update your profile please refer to the “How to Apply Section”.??DO NOT APPLY TO THIS EMAIL.
HOW TO APPLY:
There are?SIX?separate job postings established for the 2018/2019 EIT opportunities as follows:
EIT – Highway Design Engineering – REQ 56201
EIT – Structural Engineering – REQ 56211?
EIT – Geotechnical Engineering – REQ 56475
EIT – Electrical Engineering – REQ?56203
EIT – Traffic and Safety Engineering – REQ?56204?
EIT – District / Project Management – REQ 56759
Please click on the links provided above to view each job posting and follow the specific application instructions contained within each.
In order to be considered for these EIT opportunities, you?MUST?apply using the?BC Public Service Recruitment System?by submitting
a?SEPARATE APPLICATION?TO EACH JOB POSTING as per the links provided above.