Careers in demand
Ontario Power Generation’s Darlington Refurbishment Project will generate approximately 14,200 jobs per year over the course of 10 years. To complete this 10-year undertaking on time and on budget, see how we and our project partners are employing highly-skilled workers from across the province.
Be the generation
Hiring for most jobs in support of the Darlington Refurbishment Project is carried out by our project partners. You can visit our Project Team page to find links to their individual company websites for information about available opportunities.
You can also visit OPG’s Careers website at jobs.opg.com to learn about positions available throughout our organization.
Careers at Darlington Nuclear Generating Station
Build your career at one of the world’s top power plants.
A diverse project workforce
|Carpenter||A General Carpenter constructs, renovates and repairs structures made of wood, steel, concrete and other materials in the residential, commercial and industrial construction sectors and in related industries.|
|Sheet Metal Worker||A Sheet Metal Worker designs, creates, assembles, installs and repairs sheet metal products.|
|Millwright||A Construction Millwright lays out, receives and installs machinery, mechanical equipment and other automated and robotic systems. They often work closely with other skilled trades, such as ironworkers, pipefitters and electricians.|
|Boilermaker||A Construction Boilermaker builds, installs, tests, maintains and repairs all types of boilers, tanks and pressure vessels. They also work from fabrication drawings (prints) and work with rigging and hoisting devices to lift components into place.|
|Electrician||Among other tasks, an Electrician plans, assembles, installs repairs and inspects electrical systems, including heating, lighting, security systems, power and renewable energy.|
|Ironworker||An Ironworker — Structural and Ornamental fabricates and installs both structural and ornamental steel and iron works and components, as well as pre-casts structural concrete members and laminated timber products in all buildings and structures.|
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