Career Assistance

It’s What We Do

We go beyond training, providing our graduates with valuable resume support and career assistance. Unlock a world of opportunities and build a successful career with heavy equipment training and truck driving training. Our industry connections and dedicated support ensure you’re equipped to steer your way towards a fulfilling and prosperous professional journey.

How can we help you?

Resume Assistance

We assist our graduated students in finding employment, connecting them with job openings in the heavy equipment and trucking industries.

Update Credentials

Upon completion, you will receive a wallet card certificate and will gain the practical skills and experience you need to confidently enter the industry.

Job Search & Apply

With access to a wide network of job listings we are dedicated to helping you find a meaningful & fulfilling career opportunity after graduation.

A few jobs we know of…

Solo Cable is currently recruiting a Heavy Machine Operator in Southwestern Ontario for a permanent, full-time position

Clintar is seeking a responsible professional to assist with plowing snow during the winter season

Heavy Equipment Operators

39 Seven is seeking experienced heavy equipment operators to join their team

Heavy Equipment Operators & General Labourers 

Neeb Excavating is looking to hire heavy equipment operators and general labourers.

AZ & DZ Driver Positions

Tank Traders offer a competitive salary and benefits package, combined with a culture of self-improvement and opportunity through expansion.

Experienced Drivers Needed

Hogg/Transit Petroleum is looking for new or experienced AZ-DZ drivers (ages 25+). Vehicle specific training is provided!

Heavy Equipment Operators Positions Available

Fischer Excavating is looking to hire 2 heavy equipment operators for their Bloomingdale location that have graduated, or are about to graduate! Email your resume to

Why Become a Heavy Equipment Operator?

A certified heavy equipment operator can apply for various careers or jobs in industries that require heavy machinery operation. Some potential options include:

Construction: Heavy equipment operators are in demand on construction sites for tasks such as excavating, grading, trenching, and material handling.
Mining and Quarrying: Operators are needed to operate equipment like bulldozers, loaders, and excavators for excavation and transportation of minerals and materials.
Road Construction and Maintenance: Heavy equipment operators work on road construction projects, operating machinery like asphalt pavers, graders, and compactors.
Landscaping and Land Management: Operators are involved in land clearing, grading, and earthmoving for landscaping projects and land development.
Utilities and Infrastructure: Heavy equipment operators may be employed by utility companies to install and maintain infrastructure, such as water and sewage systems.
Logging and Forestry: Operators operate equipment like skidders, feller bunchers, and harvesters in logging and forestry operations.
Waste Management: Operators can work in waste management facilities, operating machinery such as compactors, bulldozers, and front loaders.
Port and Freight Handling: Heavy equipment operators are needed to handle cargo and operate machinery like cranes, forklifts, and container handlers at ports and freight terminals.
Demolition: Operators play a vital role in demolishing structures using heavy machinery like excavators and wrecking balls.
Public Works: Heavy equipment operators may be employed by government agencies for infrastructure projects, road maintenance, or snow removal.

Why Become a Tractor-Trailer AZ Driver?

A licensed transport truck AZ driver can apply for various careers or jobs in the transportation and logistics industry. Here are some potential options:

Local/Regional Trucking: Drivers can choose to work locally or within a specific region, transporting goods between nearby cities or towns.
Long-Haul Trucking: AZ drivers can work for trucking companies that specialize in long-distance transportation of goods across different regions or even countries.
Freight and Logistics Companies: Many companies have their own fleets of trucks and require AZ drivers to transport their products or materials to distribution centers or customer locations.
Retail and E-commerce: Large retail chains and e-commerce companies often employ AZ drivers to transport goods from warehouses to stores or directly to customers.
Food and Beverage Distribution: AZ drivers may work for companies involved in food and beverage distribution, delivering products to grocery stores, restaurants, or other food service establishments.
Bulk Transportation: Drivers can specialize in hauling bulk materials such as petroleum products, chemicals, grain, or construction materials like sand and gravel.
Tanker Trucking: Some AZ drivers may choose to transport liquid or gas substances using specialized tanker trucks. This can include hauling fuel, chemicals, or food-grade liquids.
LTL (Less than Truckload) Freight: AZ drivers may work for companies that handle smaller shipments from multiple customers, consolidating them onto a single truck for efficient delivery.
Dedicated Routes: Some companies offer dedicated routes for their drivers, which involve transporting goods for specific clients or industries on a regular basis.
Owner-Operator: AZ drivers have the option of becoming owner-operators, owning and operating their own trucks while working with various clients or contracting with specific companies.

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