We are looking for talented people.
Quite simply, Ketek would not be successful without its talented, dedicated employees. From the field to the shop to the office, and through each one of our branches, the company knows its employees are its most important resource.
In return, the company seeks to set each employee up for a successful, rewarding career. Ketek offers plenty of opportunities for growth and development, and promises to always keep a focus on employee safety.
Working at Ketek means working in a diverse workplace with talented people. It means creative thinking and overcoming obstacles. It means building a bright future for the company, its employees, suppliers and clients, the communities we operate in and the environment.
The Journeyman Millwright is employed within Ketek to service our pumping equipment. The Millwright will carefully take apart, categorize, store or move old equipment, analyze plans for new equipment, map out space, and assemble new equipment. This position will operate on a service basis, traveling to client locations to complete projects where required. This position is a Monday to Friday requirement, with on call requirements shared in alternating weeks. There is potential that the position may be extended at the end of the term, in which case we will hope to extend contracts for candidates.
The Pumping Technician is essential to the execution of routine tasks either on a project site or at a Ketek shop. In a situation to observe and ask questions, this position is vital to the growth of the Projects Team and is an important step toward the employee’s career growth and therefore the enhancement of Ketek’s field team.
The Millwright Apprentice is employed within Ketek to service Ketek and Client equipment. The Millwright Apprentice will carefully take apart, categorize, store or move old equipment, analyze plans for new equipment, map out space, and assemble new equipment. This position is a field-based position.
Fort St. John, BC
The Shop Foreman is responsible for the supervision of all shop personnel, scheduling, prioritizing and assigning the resources required to ensure all work orders are completed efficiently, and within the specified time frame.
This position works with internal clients to determine required specifications for equipment maintenance work orders. The Shop Foreman will be responsible for ensuring that all top performing equipment is available to the Rentals and Project teams.
Fort Nelson, BC
The Service Technician is integral to Ketek’s operations and is essential in assuring client retention through the provision of hands-on customer service. The Service Technician’s responsibilities include traveling to customers’ locations, remotely accessing equipment, and performing routine maintenance.
Fort St. John, BC
In this entry level position, you will assist other shop personnel and Project Managers with a variety of tasks, while learning the basics of maintenance on Ketek equipment, including how to operate various hand tools. The Shop Hand is expected to be adaptable, eager to learn, and have basic mechanical aptitude.
The Journeyman Millwright is employed within Ketek to service our pumping equipment. The Millwright will carefully take apart, categorize, store or move old equipment, analyze plans for new equipment, map out space, and assemble new equipment. This position will operate on a service basis, traveling to client locations to complete projects where required.
The Oilfield Service Representative is integral to Ketek Group’s viability and is essential in assuring client retention through the provision of hands-on customer service. The Service Representative is on call 24/7 and must drive extended periods of time to service and repair all Ketek Group equipment, while interacting with the clients in a positive and courteous manner (6 months term)
Fort McMurray, AB
The Journeyman Electrician interprets drawings, sketches and specifications to produce or repair various parts and equipment, as well as undertakes the set-up and general maintenance of electrical systems. The Journeyman Electrician uses various shop equipment, machinery and hand tools to achieve the final product. This position requires safe work practices at all times and adherence to the ISO 9001 Quality System guidelines.
The position will require work outside of electrical on a regular basis, as a service representative. This will include mechanical aptitude, electrical, equipment operating, equipment maintenance, labour and all other duties as required. Being available to support electrical work as it comes up, but performing other duties in between. Experience in pumping water and rigging in equipment is an asset.