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Project Technician

Want to be part of a professional team? Do you have an interest in construction? Are you passionate about highway safety?

A career as a project technician might be for you.

Our project technicians work on various construction projects. Fieldwork includes inspections, monitoring, surveying, material testing and safety inspections. They work in one of three areas:

  • Construction
  • Design Delivery
  • Operation and Maintenance


The primary duties of a project technician include, but are not limited to:

  • Perform specialized tests on road materials used in highway construction and maintenance.
  • Assist in design and on-site construction surveys, quantity and quality control.
  • Respond to inquiries and complaints from stakeholders such as landowners, municipalities and private contractors.


Our ideal candidate will have an Applied Sciences and Technology Diploma in Civil Engineering and experience in roadway design and construction projects OR a Grade 12 education, including geometry and trigonometry, plus extensive on-the-job training. Other conditions may apply, depending on the posting.

What’s in it for you?

  • Dynamic, challenging work environment
  • Employer-paid health and dental benefits
  • Government pension
  • Career advancement opportunities
  • Unique, diverse and professional team
  • Serving the citizens of the province

If you feel this position is for you, check out the Career Centre and explore our available positions regularly. Choose Ministry of Highways in the advanced search to find our job opportunities.

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