IWCD: Building A Better Vancouver Island

March 29, 2021

VANCOUVER ISLANDIWCD has been constructing award winning buildings across all sectors on Vancouver Island since 1986, and is experiencing unprecedented growth.

A number of projects are underway across the Island, from Victoria to Campbell River, which also means more opportunities for employees to join a reputable, expanding company. President and owner Greg Constable says IWCD is hiring 60 new workers immediately to meet the current workload.

“We will require 60 more employees right away,” says Constable. “30 for the projects we have under contract for the Greater Victoria area, and another 30 for projects we have in the Nanaimo area.”

“We are thrilled to have so many exciting projects in the pipeline, and better yet, to provide the opportunity for many skilled tradespeople to take part in building a better Vancouver Island.”

IWCD has immediate openings for skilled Laborers,  Apprentice Carpenters, Red Seal Carpenters, Foreman and Site Supervisors.

Along with top level wages, the company offers the very best in comprehensive health and dental plans, employer-provided paid training, RRSP Matching and Performance Incentive Bonus programs.

“IWCD has earned its reputation as a great employer over its last 35 years in business. Combine that with our recent overhaul of wages, incentive bonus programs and benefit packages, we are confident IWCD offers an excellent employment opportunity within Vancouver Island’s construction industry.” says CFO Tayler Osmond. “Above and beyond that, IWCD pays extra attention to making sure our worksites are clean and safe, so that our employees are provided the best conditions to excel at their job and can return home safely to their loved ones.

IWCD has earned Platinum status as one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies, an outside confirmation of the company’s processes, performance and how it treats its employees. A member of the Canada Green Building CouncilVancouver Island Construction Association and is certified by the BC Construction Safety Alliance.

IWCD’s Vice-President and Owner Patrick Brandreth knows the importance of maintaining a strong employee foundation to further build from.

“We are quite fortunate to have so many dedicated and talented individuals within the company, without these people, we would never have been able to achieve all the successes that we have to date. However as workload increases, so must our talent base, hence why we took a hard look at our compensation package and revamped it to what we believe to be the most attractive in the industry on Vancouver Island.” says Brandreth

Prospective employees can explore opportunities here.

 

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