Posts Tagged ‘ EIT ’

What It’s Like to Be a Transportation All-Star

The number one question we get about our Engineer-in-Training Program (EIT) and Technician-Entry-Level Program (TELP) is… “What kinds of projects do graduates end up working on throughout their career with the ministry?” The engineers and technicians who joined us through these programs have gone on to do some pretty amazing things. Their career paths are diverse, and have taken them to all corners of the province. We consider them “transportation all-stars,” so we decided to answer this popular question...

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Kickstart Your Career: Apply to be a 2017 EIT or TELP Now

*UPDATE* We’ve updated this blog post to reflect the 2017 intake. Please note this if reviewing the comments. Recent grad? Now is your chance to get that career started. The Engineer-in-Training Program (EIT) and Technician-Entry-Level Program (TELP) recruitment has begun again for 2017. We are hiring for multiple positions in each program, in various locations right across the province. And follow those links below. They lead to a great deal of information , including qualifications, application process, position types,...

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We’re Hitting the Road with the TELP and EIT Program

Are you a recent graduate from university or a technical college interested in building your career in a technical field? The BC Ministry of Transportation & Infrastructure is seeking recent graduates to join us in a variety of positions across the Province of British Columbia in our Technician Entry Level Program (TELP) or Engineer in Training (EIT) program. Wondering how you can learn more about our TELP or EIT opportunities? Come on out and join us during one of...

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Meet Sharlie Huffman: Professional Engineer

Meet Sharlie Huffman: Professional Engineer

You might already know that March is National Engineering Month, but did you know that March is also the month for “Expanding Girls Horizons in Math and Science“? Much of the work we do here at the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure involves math and science – especially the work done by our wonderful team of engineers on staff, some of whom, are women. We spoke with Sharlie Huffman, who is the Senior Bridge Seismic and Structural Health Monitoring...

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How do you Spell a Great Job Opportunity? TELP or EIT

Telp EIT Programs

Yes, it’s that time of year again – TELP/EIT time! What is a TELP/EIT you might ask? Don’t worry, it’s not a required flu shot or a strange new tax. It’s just a handy acronym for our ministry’s Technical Entry Level and Engineer in Training programs. You’ll be hearing a lot more from us about TELPs and EITs and that is because we are really focussed on hiring for these positions. In fact, this year alone we are hoping...

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TELP Talks: A Transportation Career Q & A

TELP EIT

We are currently looking for recent graduates from technical post-secondary programs to join us as part of our Technical Entry Level Program (TELP). We asked Brent… a successful TELP candidate from the 2006/2007 program, about his experience as a Development Approvals Technician TELP. What can you expect as a TELP/EIT? In a word, opportunity. As a TELP in Development Approvals, I was exposed to a wide variety of work, ranging from subdivision developments, permit applications, utilities, access management and...

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Start Your Career in Transportation and Infrastructure

The B.C. Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure is currently looking for recent technical school graduates for the Technician Entry Level Program (TELP) and recent engineering graduates and masters students for the Engineer In Training (EIT) program. Both are great opportunities to start your career in the public service. Check out these videos from the Hiring Team Lead, Chantelle Gergley for more information:    

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TranBC Student Winners Support Science and Innovation

Future Engineers in Training and Technician Entry Level positions

Pavement and gravel. Concrete and steel. Fundamentally, building roads and bridges sounds straightforward, but there’s more to it than you might think. There’s everything from geotechnical and environmental sciences to structural, seismic, traffic and electrical engineering, just to name a few of the disciplines needed to build highway infrastructure. Keeping up with the latest advancements in science and technology is vital to keeping our roads as safe as possible, and we do what we can to encourage up and...

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TranBC Meet Science, Science Meet TranBC – Part 2 of 2

Last month, there was a two day Expo for the Year of Science at the Prince George Civic Centre where TranBC participated in the fair’s exhibits and career round table. Did you know that the majority of the jobs held at the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure combine science with transporation? Well, they do. At the Expo, our exhibit highlighted the wide range of science and technology careers within the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure and some of the...

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