Career Paths

Our Vision, by 2020 is to be Western Canada’s leading highways maintenance and infrastructure services contractor, working with our partners to better our communities today and in the future.  The Mainroad Group has a variety of different career streams for you to start an exciting career. Whether you are interested in an operations or corporate role, we have a wide array of opportunities for professional growth.

We invite you to visit Career Opportunities to explore our Career Paths pages to learn about current open positions. Mainroad Group also welcome General Applications ~ apply online today!

Contracting

June 4, 2015

Mainroad Group’s Contracting Division is comprised of G&E Contracting LP, MRC Total Build LP, Mainroad Transtronic Services, Raylec Power, Raylec Power Alberta LP, and SPR Traffic Services LP. Career streams are provided in civil and general contracting, design build, highway infrastructure related electrical maintenance, specialized electrical / electronic system maintenance and traffic management services.

Below is the employee structure within our Contracting team. Hover your mouse or tap on the job titles below to read a brief overview of each role.

The VP, Operations is responsible for the overall profit and growth success of Mainroad’s core operating companies. He/she provides leadership, planning, organization, direction, coordination, and control to ensure all core operating companies are aligned with Mainroad’s corporate objectives and is focused on continued profit growth. The VP, Operations also builds, maintains and leverages professional relationships with Mainroad stakeholders.
​The Director of Operations, Contracting provides oversight and management for Mainroad's contracting-based operating companies.  He/she leads in the execution of the Contracting Division's strategic plan by establishing standardized project controls and determining resource allocation for efficient and profitable delivery of all contracting projects.
The General Manager is responsible for the overall profit and growth. He/she must provide leadership, planning, organization, direction, coordination, and control to ensure the company is aligned with Mainroad Group's Corporate objectives and is focused on continued profit growth. He/she must develop, build, and leverage relationships with potential clients and industry-related associations.
The Operations Manager provides the leadership, planning, and management for projects to meet the profit and growth objectives of the company. This is a senior position that oversees all Operational aspects of the business, including labour management, tendering, project resource allocation and procurement, supplier resources, and managing company trucks & equipment.
The Project Manager/Estimator provides the leadership and planning in the management of tendered projects to meet the profit and growth objectives. The Project Manager/Estimator represents the company and acts for the company in all engineering and project management matters pertaining to the successful progress and completion of tendered projects according to established schedules and specifications.
​The Superintendent oversees the work for all job activities associated with the performance in the field for road contracts awarded to Mainroad. The Superintendent ensures that work done meets the quality standards established by Mainroad. The Superintendent will direct crew personnel in a manner that efficiently and effectively completes all scheduled work assigned to the crew.
​The Project Coordinator will assist the Project Manager in the planning, organization and coordination of construction projects.  He/she will also participate in the tendering phase, liaise with subcontractors, manage change orders and perform tasks relating to the final project delivery. The Project Coordinator plans, organizes, directs and controls the construction activities at the job site under the direction of the Project Manager and to provide technical expertise and supervision to new construction projects, plant modifications, maintenance.
The Foreman supervises the work for all job activities associated with the performance in the field for contract work awarded to Mainroad.
​The Operations Assistant participates in the planning and execution of assigned projects to meet the profit and growth objectives of Mainroad Contracting businesses. The Operations Assistant may act as a representative of Mainroad for administrative matters pertaining to the successful progress and completion of assigned projects.

Current Opportunities in Contracting at Mainroad:


Maintenance

June 4, 2015

The core of Mainroad Group is its Maintenance Division which is comprised of many highway asset management businesses in British Columbia and Alberta:

Career streams are provided in road, bridge and highway maintenance services.

Below is the employee structure within our Maintenance team. Hover your mouse or tap on the job titles below to read a brief overview of each role.

The VP, Operations is responsible for the overall profit and growth success of Mainroad Group’s core operating companies. This position provides leadership, planning, organization, direction, coordination, and control to ensure all core operating companies are aligned with Mainroad Group’s corporate objectives and is focused on continued profit growth. The VP, Operations also builds, maintains and leverages professional relationships with Mainroad stakeholders.
The Director of Operations - Maintenance oversees the strategic, fiscal, and general operations of the companies within their assigned area of responsibility.  The Director of Operations regularly communicates with their business division leaders to ensure their team meets their objectives, as well as those of the corporation.  This position reports to the Vice President, and is required to travel as necessary to tend to company business.
​The General Manager provides leadership, planning, organization, direction, coordination and control to meet the profit and growth objectives of the operations.
​The Operations Manager, provides the leadership, planning, organization, direction, coordination and control to meet the profit and growth objectives of the contracted service areas. The Operations Manager maintains professional relationships with the Ministry of Transportation to be aware of the direction they are going with road work, to assure that Mainroad Group actions are favorably received by them, and to maintain good relations in general.
​The Project Manager provides the leadership and planning in the management of assigned projects to meet the profit and growth objectives of the contracted service area. The Project Manager seeks out additional revenue opportunities by soliciting business from a variety of customers, including municipal governments and other transportation authorities. The Project Manager is the representative of Mainroad and acts on behalf of the company in all engineering and administrative matters.
The Bridge Manager provides the leadership, planning, organization, direction, coordination and control to meet the profit and growth objectives of the Service Area. 
The Bridge Manager maintains professional relationships with the Ministry of Transportation, is knowledgeable about the road work, ensures that Mainroad’s actions are favourably received, and relationships are well maintained.
The Road Manager oversees the work for all job activities associated with the performance in the field for road contracts awarded to Mainroad.

The Road Manager ensures that work done meets the quality standards established by Mainroad.
The Project Technician (PT) participates in the planning and execution of assigned projects to meet the profit and growth objectives of the Service Area.

The PT seeks out additional revenue opportunities by soliciting business from a variety of customers, including municipal governments and other transportation authorities.
The Bridge Supervisor coordinates and manages maintenance projects, including sign installations and sign and bridge inspections.
​The Road Foreman supervises the work for all job activities associated with the performance in the field for contracts awarded to Mainroad.
The Bridge Foreman supervises the work for all job activities associated with the performance in the field for contracts awarded to Mainroad.
The Operations Assistant participates in the planning and execution of assigned projects to meet the profit and growth objectives of Mainroad Maintenance businesses. The Operations Assistant may act as a representative of Mainroad for administrative matters pertaining to the successful progress and completion of assigned projects.

Current Opportunities in Maintenance at Mainroad:


Products

June 4, 2015

Mainroad Group’s Products Division is comprised of Mainroad Maintenance Products LP and Salvador Ready Mix Concrete LP. Mainroad Maintenance Products is the leading supplier of road de-icing salt in British Columbia and holds the Canada-wide license to produce, sell and distribute EZ Street Premium Cold Asphalt. Salvador Ready Mix Concrete is a supplier of concrete, aggregates and crushing. Career streams include extensive project management, operational and logistical management and inventory management with projects across Canada. In addition, the Products Division provides careers in product sales and sales management in various locations.​

Below is the employee structure within our Products team. Hover your mouse or tap on the job titles below to read a brief overview of each role.

The VP, Business Development is responsible for the overall profit and growth success of Mainroad Group’s core operating companies. The responsibilities of this role includes providing leadership, planning, organization, direction, coordination, and control to ensure all core operating companies are aligned with Mainroad Group’s corporate objectives and is focused on continued profit growth. The VP, Business Development also builds, maintains and leverages professional relationships with Mainroad stakeholders.
The Director of Operations oversees the strategic, fiscal, and general operations of the companies within their assigned area of responsibility.  The Director of Operations regularly communicates with their business division leaders to ensure their team meets their objectives, as well as those of the corporation.  This position reports to the Vice President, and is required to travel as necessary to tend to company business.
​The General Manager provides the leadership, planning, organization, direction, coordination and control to meet the profit and growth objectives of the Business Unit. The General Manager maintains professional relationships with customers and clients to ensure needs are met, Mainroad’s actions are favourably received and relationships are well maintained.
The Operations Manager provides the leadership, planning, organization, direction, coordination and control to meet the profit and growth objectives of the Business Unit. The Operations Manager maintains professional relationships with customers and clients to be aware of the direction they are going, to assure that Mainroad actions are favorably received by them, and to maintain good relations in general.
The Project Manager provides leadership and planning in the management of assigned contracts and projects to meet targeted profit and growth objectives of the assigned projects. The Project Manager seeks out additional revenue opportunities by soliciting business from a variety of customers, including municipal governments and other transportation authorities.
The Regional Sales Manager is responsible for achieving sales and revenue targets as well as lending support in these markets and participating in sales and technical calls to key end users and engineers. Other responsibilities will include organizing and conducting field training programs and participating in training sessions for representatives, operators and engineers.
The Operations Assistant participates in the planning and execution of assigned projects to meet the profit and growth objectives of Mainroad Product businesses. The Operations Assistant may act as a representative of Mainroad for administrative matters pertaining to the successful progress and completion of assigned projects.
​Sales Representatives have the opportunity to work with one of the most lucrative product lines in the business and are encouraged to be true resources for our customers by establishing long lasting relationships. The Sales Representative will work with the support of our senior level executive management on an ongoing basis. The Sales Representative has the opportunity to maximize their income potential and advance professionally.

Current Opportunities in Products at Mainroad:


Quality & Safety

June 4, 2015

The role of the Corporate Safety Department is to ensure that each Mainroad Group company is compliant with the required quality, safety and environmental management systems in order to meet customer needs and to fulfill legal obligations. Quality and Safety is also about helping to promote and develop continuous improvement of its management system to increase customer satisfaction, maximize productivity, and limit redundancy. Helping our employees to exceed safety standards and to ensure they return home safely is Mainroad Group’s #1 Core Value.

Below is the employee structure within our Quality & Safety team. Hover your mouse or tap on the job titles below to read a brief overview of each role.

​The VP, Operations is responsible for the overall profit and growth success of Mainroad Group’s core operating companies. This position provides leadership, planning, organization, direction, coordination, and control to ensure all core operating companies are aligned with Mainroad Group’s corporate objectives and is focused on continued profit growth. The VP, Operations also builds, maintains and leverages professional relationships with Mainroad stakeholders.
The Corporate Compliance Manager develops and implements programs, processes, procedures, and controls to ensure proper operation of Quality, Safety, and Environmental functions. The Corporate Compliance Manager will be focused on meeting the required standards and enforcing safe practices for Mainroad Group projects and services. 
The Quality Manager provides planning, organization, direction, coordination, and control to ensure the proper operation of the quality, safety, and environmental function within Mainroad Group operating companies.
​The Corporate Safety Advisor implements programs, processes, procedures, and controls to ensure the proper adherence to corporate safety programs within Mainroad Group operating companies.
The Safety Coordinator provides administrative support as well as assistance in implementing and documenting the planning, organization, direction, coordination, and control to ensure Safety and Environmental function within Mainroad Group’s operating companies. It is the responsibility of the Safety Coordinator to help implement, monitor, assess and control safety program(s) that will ensure a safe workplace with the goal of meeting the needs of the company, along with its employees and customers.
​The Quality Assistant provides administrative support as well as assistance in implementing and documenting the planning, organization, direction, coordination, and control to ensure the proper operation of the Quality, Safety and Environmental function within Mainroad Group's operating companies.

Current Opportunities in Quality & Safety at Mainroad:


Financing & Accounting

June 4, 2015

The finance and accounting career stream at the Mainroad Group exposes individuals to various types of businesses maintenance, products, and construction services for civil infrastructure, real estate and accounting for corporations, limited partnerships, and trusts.

Below is the employee structure within our Financing and Accounting team. Hover your mouse or tap on the job titles below to read a brief overview of each role.

​The Secretary-Treasurer for the Mainroad Group is responsible for the fiscal health, stability and security of the company. The Secretary-Treasurer provides financial analysis, statements, and related reports to management and owners of the company to evaluate the performance and financial condition of the company.
The Controller is responsible for the fiscal health and security of the company through the administration and management of various accounting activities. The Controller provides information on the results of company operations in the form of financial statements and related reports. These statements and reports are used by the management and owners of Mainroad and its subsidiary companies to evaluate the performance and financial condition of the company.
Participating as a member of the Finance team, the Assistant Controller's role is to provide support for key business processes. This includes assisting stakeholders with appropriate financial analysis of projects and activities, developing and analyzing operational reports to ensure completeness and accuracy of data, and to review and advise on appropriate levels of internal control on key processes. This position requires proven communication, analytical, and problem-solving skills to help support the finance department.
The Senior Accountant is responsible for maintaining a strong positive relationship with the operations team while adhering to company accounting policies and procedures. The Senior Accountant is responsible for executing the client billing cycle while maintaining strong internal controls and processes. This role is actively involved in the preparation of profitability analysis and account reconciliations for use by account management and other management personnel.
The Payroll Supervisor will ensure that payrolls are completed in an accurate and timely manner. He/she will manage a team of payroll professionals, overseeing tasks to ensure the effective delivery of payroll services and employee information in an accurate, efficient and timely manner. The Supervisor will perform payroll-related duties requiring independent judgment and initiative while maintaining adherence to deadlines.
The ​Payroll Administrator assumes the day-to-day processing responsibilities for the Payroll Department. Primary responsibilities include processing bi-weekly payroll(s); processing month-end journal entries; responding to payroll inquiries; preparing report requests from management or government agencies; and, processing statutory and miscellaneous payments.
The Accounts Payable / Accounts Receivable Supervisor is responsible for accounting work associated with processing accounts payable, processing vendor invoices, cheque requests, and collections from customers. The development and maintenance of accounting policies and procedures are also required.
The Accounts Payable / Accounts Receivable Data Entry Clerk is responsible for the day to day processing of accounts payable transactions to ensure that the company's finances are maintained in an effective, up-to-date manner. This position will also perform day-to-day data entry for the Accounting/Finance Department and Reception/Switchboard relief.

Current Opportunities in Financing & Accounting at Mainroad:


Human Resources

June 4, 2015

The career stream within Mainroad Group Human Resources department provides leadership, planning, organization, coordination, and control to develop a sustainable, high performing workforce. The department is responsible for the implementation of comprehensive HR strategies and best practices to ensure our employees are able to access the necessary tools and resources in order for them to be performing well at all times.

Below is the employee structure within our Human Resources team. Hover your mouse or tap on the job titles below to read a brief overview of each role.

The VP, Human Resources is responsible for the development and implementation of an integrated and comprehensive Human Resources strategy for Mainroad Group employees. 
This position is also responsible for developing and overseeing implementation of strategies, policies, practices, training, technology and tools to achieve corporate objectives.
The Human Resources Generalist is responsible for various projects that deals with compensation, labour relations, recruitment, and employee development.
The Benefits Administrator is responsible for Mainroad Group’s company benefit plans and the administration of union contract provisions. In addition, this position provides advice and guidance to employees on a wide range of benefit issues or refers to the carrier. The Benefits Administrator assists the Vice President of Human Resources in facilitating training, disability claims management, personnel issues, company policies, hiring and internal communications along with any related supporting communication and documentation.

 

Current Opportunities in Human Resources at Mainroad:


Information Technology

June 4, 2015

The IT Department is responsible for the management of the technological infrastructure for the company. The IT career stream at Mainroad Group provides specialized services in servers, network management, internet service, emails, phones, and mobile devices.

Below is the employee structure within our Information Technology team. Hover your mouse or tap on the job titles below to read a brief overview of each role.

​The Secretary-Treasurer for the Mainroad Group is responsible for the fiscal health, stability and security of the company. The Secretary-Treasurer provides financial analysis, statements, and related reports to management and owners of the company to evaluate the performance and financial condition of the company.
​The IT/IS Manager is responsible for the coordination of the IT department functions and infrastructure plans. The IT/IS Manager will manage a group of technicians and is responsible for directing, planning, organizing and implementing all IT/IS activities to support the company's business objectives.
​The IT Systems Administrator is responsible for managing existing IT systems as well as testing and deploying new systems and services. The IT Systems Administrator manages a group of 2-5 technicians, as well as IT vendors, and service providers.
​The IT Helpdesk Technician initiates, executes and supports the role and activities of Mainroad's Information Technology (IT) Department in the areas of: Investigating and resolving desktop hardware and software client trouble calls, creating problem tickets or service requests, installing, and much more.
The Software Developer initiates, executes and supports the role and activities of Mainroad’s Information Systems (IS) Department in the areas of: writing, modifying and debugging in-house software for client applications along with, testing and documenting software for client applications.
The Technical Support Specialist (TSS) provides the installation and IT support for all computer hardware, software and networks for Mainroad's operating companies. The TSS administers Mainroad's IT Help Desk functions along with the IT/IS Manager.

Current Opportunities in Information Technology at Mainroad:


Other Corporate Services

June 4, 2015

Other career paths in Mainroad Group’s Corporate services include Legal, Fleet & Supply Chain, Communications & Marketing, and administrative support to Executives.

Below is the employee structure within our Other Corporate Services team. Hover your mouse or tap on the job titles below to read a brief overview of each role.

The Business Development Manager works to improve Mainroad’s strategic market position and achieve financial growth. This position will assist in defining long-term strategic goals, building key customer relationships, identifying business opportunities, maintaining extensive knowledge of current market conditions, and leading tendering opportunities.
Mainroad Group’s Legal Administrator has the authority to administer company shares, control litigation records, liaise with financial institutions regarding shares, liaise with legal counsel, handle damage claims and prepare corporate resolutions under the direction and guidance of the Executive Management Team.
The Fleet and Supply Chain Manager plans, directs, and manages vehicle and heavy equipment fleet management for the Mainroad Group. These activities are facilitated through Ontime Sales & Leasing LP, a division of Mainroad Holdings Ltd. This position is also responsible for supply chain functions for all business units within the Mainroad Group. The Fleet and Supply Chain Manager oversees all supplier relationships, develops related policies and procedures, controls costs and financing charges, as well as manages inventory.
The Communications Specialist initiates, executes and supports the role and activities of Mainroad Group's Communications Department in the areas of internal and external communication, media relations, internal branding and promotional plans, publication management, website management, event management, corporate sponsorship, and marketing.
The Executive Assistant initiates, executes and supports the role and activities of Mainroad Group’s Executive and Management Staff in the areas including but not limited to, internal and external communications; coordination and documentation of the Board of Directors, Annual General Meeting, Strategic Planning, Management Meetings, document production, control, and filing; courier and mail service contracts; cellular phone plans and office machine procurement; internal document requisitioning and production; and employee program coordination.

 

Current Opportunities in Other Corporate Services at Mainroad: