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Heavy Equipment Trainer

Heavy Equipment Trainer

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Logan Lake, BC
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Career Opportunity Details


For over 60 years, North American Construction Group (NACG) has worked to build a solid reputation as an industry leader in heavy construction and mining. As one of the largest providers of mining, heavy construction, industrial and tailings & environmental services in Western Canada, we have the precise combination of knowledge and experience that clients seek when they select a service provider.


We take pride in providing the highest possible level of service to our clients. By fostering a healthy and safe work environment, NACG is able to attract some of the best individuals in the industry. Our experienced team of professionals is able to tackle any job while adhering to the highest standards of safety and quality. NACG has a proven quality assurance program that has been developed for both broad and specific scopes of work and all of our business units are ISO compliant.


Unrivalled in excellence, North American Construction Group is determined to always be the service provider that is first and foremost in the minds of our clients, employees and stakeholders.


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Position Scope

Site: Highland Valley Copper

Shift: 10 days on 4 days off - 10 hour days


You would be responsible for your own accommodations and transportation to and from site.


  • Ensure working Trainers (coaches) are delivering Operations training as per NACG standards.
  • Ensure all applicable personnel on the assigned site, complete the applicable theory modules in the NACG Operations training programs, at the appropriate time.
  • Ensure operators do not violate the perameters of VIMS.
  • Deliver the NACG Operator training program to all applicable personnel on the assigned site.
  • Train, utilize, and support the working trainers (coaches) for the delivery of the NACG training programs to NACG standards.
  • Conduct applicable Evaluations as required.
  • Update crew designations weekly where applicable.
  • Submit weekly reports on-time and complete, as requested.
  • Utilize the LMS for theory delivery, record keeping, and training reports.
  • Meet the training requirements of the site Superintendent, who is the client.
  • Follow-up with operators ASAP on unwanted VIMS reports.
  • Coordinate, deliver and record keep for the mine drive training on applicable sites.


  • Min. 10 years directly related experience with construction & Mining equipment including operating, supervising and training.
  • Experience with training adults.
  • Experience with program development.
  • Experience with computer software.
  • Trade Certificate, Open Pit ShiftBoss Certificate, OFA Level 3 Certificate, or NCSO Certificate would be considered an asset
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office software.
  • Good organizational skills.
  • Good verbal and written communication skills
  • Good public speaking skills
  • Proficient on a minimum of two pieces of mining equipment.


Rewards of our positions include competitive compensation and benefits packages and excellent career growth prospects. To explore this opportunity, please submit a resume of your experience and accomplishments in confidence.