Once you register your information with CPUS, a recruiter will contact you for a brief interview and gather information from you regarding your professional history, skills, and work preferences. If your skills and experience match any of our current job opportunities, we will contact you to discuss the position’s requirements in more detail.
We will respond to your inquiry within 24 hours from Monday to Friday. Applications received outside of business hours will receive a response with 48 hours.
There are no fees to apply for jobs through us.
We are always interested in meeting new talented candidates to join CPUS. We receive requisitions for various roles in the power industry. Our recruitment team will review your application and, if your qualifications correspond to our requirements, a member of our team will contact you.
If you have taken time to complete a profile, thank you. We will retain it in our database and inform you of any positions matching your indicated preferences as they become available. We encourage you to update your resume regularly. We also invite you to visit our website frequently and apply online to positions that may be of interest to you.
Security clearance for contractors consists of a criminal record check, verification of previous residences, employment history, etc.
This crucial step in the hiring process is for everyone’s safety. The security clearance standards ensure that nuclear power plants comply with federal laws. Nuclear operations are governed by regulations set out and monitored by the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC).
Whether you are working in a corporate group or at a nuclear, hydro, or fossil station, security clearances are mandatory for any type of employment or contract engagement. Once a clearance is granted, it is valid for five years and transferrable to other utilities.
Depending on your personal history, the level of security check, and the volume of security clearance applications, the security clearance process can take between 8-12 weeks. For more information on the security clearance process, go to Security Clearance.
Sole proprietorship is an unincorporated business entirely owned by one individual. An incorporated business is formed by application to either the federal government or one of the provincial/territorial governments. Some things to consider when choosing what is right for you are cost, liability, life span, tax credits, and income control. For more information, go to Sole Proprietorship vs. Incorporation.
CPUS Engineering Staffing Solutions Inc. works in conjunction with CPUS Limited, a design and project management, procurement, and engineering services consultancy company formed exclusively to support the Canadian power industry. Our highly qualified team of experts provide a broad array of services and products on a managed task or staff augmented basis at highly competitive rates. Additionally, CPUS Limited’s Quality Assurance program is designed to meet all power industry standards for the provision of Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) support, and is an approved supplier on all Canadian CANDU Utility Approved Suppliers Lists.