To find job opportunities at the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric project, people can apply for positions at MuskratFallsJobs.com. Through this hub, Nalcor Energy connects applicants with a number of individual contractors slated to work on the Muskrat Falls Generation Facility.
As of 2015, the building of site infrastructure and administration buildings is complete at Muskrat Falls. The new focus of the project is the large-scale placement of concrete for the facility's powerhouse and spillway. Currently, the Muskrat Falls project needs journeymen to engage in carpentry, scaffolding and rebar construction.
The site also needs experienced laborers with industrial concrete placement skills. Truck drivers are also in demand at the site, particularly drivers with five or more years of experience. Drivers are needed to operate articulated trucks carrying loads of rocks over rough ground.
Muskrat Falls is located on the Churchill River in Labrador, Canada. Construction on the Muskrat Falls Generation Facility began in 2013, and the project is slated to finish in 2017 or 2018. Overseen by Nalcor Energy, the project encompasses the creation of a dam, spillway and powerhouse. In February 2015, over 2,200 workers were employed in the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric construction project. Nalcor Energy expects the project to employ an average of 1,500 workers per year through completion.