Electrical Business


Electrical Journeymen for 2010 Olympic Setup

June 12, 2009 | By Anthony Capkun

mt_ignoreBased in the Greater Vancouver area, Viridian Power is the leading supplier of temporary power services in Western Canada. We are currently growing at a rapid rate and, having secured substantial work this coming fall and winter for projects related to the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Games, we are currently accepting applications from:

Ticketed, Qualified Electrical Journeymen

who are
interested in working at the various venues for the Games.

Successful candidates will possess the following
skills and abilities:

• Familiarity with temporary
power installations is an asset.

• Knowledge and experience working
with generators will be an asset.

• Working directly with our clients
onsite, the ability to project a professional image and to possess
excellent customer service skills is extremely important.

• Excellent
organizational and communication skills both written and verbal are an

• First Aid Training, CPR, WHMIS
are an asset.

• The willingness and ability to
work the varied hours that the entertainment / event industries require.

• Hold a valid
driver’s licence.

Please note that these are temporary positions that
will be starting at various times during the fall and run through March
2010. Hours of work will vary, and will be contingent upon the venue
requirements. Long hours and weekends will be involved. Certain
individuals will be credentialed at the various sporting venues, which
will require security and background checks.

Viridian is a
non-union company, offering industry-competitive wages. Labour
subcontracting opportunities are available as well.

Please mail resumes to:

Viridian Power Corp.
Unit 8B, 1301
Ketch Court

Coquitlam, BC
V3K 6X7

Or send via e-mail to

We thank all applicants for their
interest; however only those selected for an interview will be

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