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Occupations

Need help finding a job that fits who you are? You’ve come to the right place—you’ll find more than 550 occupations to choose from. Learn what subjects you’ll need to take and whether your personality suits the job. Discover how much you can earn and what your duties will be. It is your path to plan. So start here.

Results Found 18 occupations matching your criteria

Water Well Driller

Provincially Regulated

Does the idea of tapping for underground water or the earth's energy intrigue you? Do you like working outdoors and at your own pace? Are you strong and good with machinery? Then you may want to bore into a career as a water well driller.

Outlook
n/a
Avg. Wage
$30.86
Min. Education
Apprenticeship

Water and Wastewater Operator

Provincially Regulated

Are you interested in what we do with water? Can you handle unpleasant odours? Are you healthy and also good in math? Then you may want to gauge your interest in a career as a water and wastewater operator.

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above
avg
Avg. Wage
$29.11
Min. Education
High school diploma

Well Testing Services Supervisor

Provincially Regulated

Are you a great leader? How are your communication skills? Can you work well under pressure? Then you may want to examine a career as a well testing services supervisor.

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Avg. Wage
$39.89
Min. Education
Designated Occupation

Oil and Gas Well Loggers and Testers

Are you strong, with lots of stamina? Do you like handling tools and testing whether things work? Do you like spending time outdoors? Then you may want to sample a career as an oil and gas well logger and tester.

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Avg. Wage
$39.89
Min. Education
Varies

Well Service Equipment Operator

Are you at your best working under pressure? Do you have great mechanical skills? Are you good at understanding and giving clear directions? Then you may want to look deeply into a career as a well service equipment operator.

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Avg. Wage
$36.52
Min. Education
High school diploma

Drilling and Service Rig Personnel

Do you like working outdoors? Are you strong, quick on your feet, and good with your hands? Do you get along with your co-workers? Then you may want to explore a career as one of the drilling and service rig personnel working in oil and gas.

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Avg. Wage
$26.07
Min. Education
At least Grade 10

Hydrologist

Are you passionate about protecting our water sources? Do you like gathering information and doing presentations? Are you a creative problem solver? Then you may want to soak up a career as a hydrologist.

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Avg. Wage
$69.53
Min. Education
4 years post-secondary

Drilling and Service Rig Manager

Is providing a high-demand product to consumers important to you? Do you consider safety a priority? Are you a leader who communicates well and plans ahead? Then you may be interested in a career as a drilling and service rig manager.

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Avg. Wage
$45.41
Min. Education
High school diploma

Hydrometric Technician and Technologist

Provincially Regulated

Are you interested in glaciers, rain, rivers, and other water sources? Do you like the idea of working alone outdoors? Are you good at accurately recording data? Then you may want to record your level of interest in a career as a hydrometric technician and technologist.

Outlook
above
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Avg. Wage
$42.06
Min. Education
2 years post-secondary

Snubbing Services Operators and Supervisors

Provincially Regulated

Can you give clear, detailed directions? Do you value a challenging job that requires precision and cooperation? Do you like working outdoors? Then you may want to consider a career as a snubbing services operator or supervisor.

Outlook
below
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Avg. Wage
$36.52
Min. Education
Designated Occupation

Slickline Operator

Provincially Regulated

Can you think a couple of steps ahead of what's happening? Does the challenge of working outside in remote areas appeal to you? Are you strong and fast on your feet? Then you might be in line for a great career as a slickline operator.

Outlook
below
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Avg. Wage
$39.89
Min. Education
Designated Occupation

Civil Engineer

Provincially Regulated

Are you good at analyzing data and solving problems? Do you like designing and building things? Then work as a civil engineer may be the blueprint for your career.

Outlook
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Avg. Wage
$51.38
Min. Education
4 years post-secondary
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