What can BGC Offer you?
BGC is an employee-owned company with a flat management structure. All of BGC works together as one team, with no profit centers or technical divisions. This ‘One Team’ approach gives every client access to all of BGC’s resources, and allows the best team of professional and support staff to be assembled for each and every project, regardless of the project location. To BGCers, the ‘One Team’ approach provides opportunities to work on a wide variety of projects with diverse and highly-skilled teams, and fosters an environment of mentorship and constant learning.
We are of sufficient size to offer a full range of services, while maintaining close partnerships between our senior consultants and our clients, and close connections across all levels of staff. We pride ourselves on client satisfaction, and make every effort to ensure timely and cost-effective delivery of services.
BGC offers a broad ra nge of benefits that help BGCers achieve a healthy work/life blend:
- Flexible working hours
- Competitive compensation
- Company-wide team building and social events
- Health and wellness benefits and activities
BGC Engineering will always accept resumes from talented geotechnical engineers and engineering geologists with strong technical backgrounds, solid communication skills, and proven project management abilities.
Please send us your resume and a covering letter in confidence by email to email@example.com.
By applying to BGC your application will be stored in our database and will be considered for future positions that arise.
Junior and Summer Intern Opportunities
Every year BGC looks for talented, motivated individuals to fill the roles of Junior or Summer Intern Engineers and Geoscientists, and Technicians. We begin recruiting for summer positions each December and ask that all candidates apply through our online portal by January 21, 2018. Our application review process begins in January, and we attempt to make hiring decisions and respond to all candidates by the end of March with a decision on their application.
If you are interested in working with BGC as a junior or summer intern please apply here
Work Opportunities for Junior and Summer Interns
Positions are typically based out of a BGC office in Vancouver, Kamloops, Calgary, Edmonton, Toronto, Halifax, Fredericton, Denver, or Santiago. Assignments may involve fieldwork situated throughout North America and the world.
Skills and experience that are considered highly relevant include:
- Engineering Geology
- Civil/Geotechnical Engineering
- Soil Mechanics
- Rock Mechanics
- Environmental Sciences and Engineering
- Technical Writing
- Field Mapping
- Air Photo Interpretation
Projects that Junior Engineers, Technicians and Students may work on include:
- Geotechnical investigations or construction monitoring at mine sites for the design of mining works including: open pits, underground excavations, tailings facilities, access roads, and building foundations. On-going projects are located in Canada, US, Chile, and the Dominican Republic.
- Mine reclamation activities, particularly in northern regions and Alberta’s oil-sands, which may include constructed wetlands, soft tailings capping, and alternative tailings management technologies.
- Investigations for pipeline geohazards including desktop and field terrain assessments, geotechnical site investigations and air photo interpretation.
- Geotechnical construction monitoring (CQA/CQC) for new pipeline projects in North America, including foundation inspection, oversight of material placement and design conformance.
- Geohazard, geotechnical and hydrotechnical assessments for various power, transportation and municipal projects across North and South America, ranging in scope from preliminary hazard inventories or scoping studies through to detailed design and construction of mitigation works.
- Field and office based surface and groundwater assessments for environmental baseline studies, water supply projects, design of remediation works, water balance studies or geohazard risk assessments.
Geomatics or software development aspects of applied earth science projects.
All of these projects will include field work which may consist of drilling, sampling, mapping, and other geological testing. Extended field trips (three to four weeks in duration) may be required.