Driver, Labourer, Operator
Sherwood Park, Alberta
Posted 2 weeks ago

Since 1978, Can-Traffic Services has been a leader in traffic signal design and installation. With 45+ years of technical expertise and experience to draw upon, our field teams deliver a first rate, safety conscious, and efficient service.

At Can-Traffic, our adept, professional crews, and field teams are expected to respond to all types of traffic dynamics at all hours of the day. From Emergency Response to Maintenance, these dedicated individuals work together to achieve where others cannot. Their ambition, combined with a strong support network of people and resources from Can-Traffic Corporate is why they succeed. Their commitment to quality is what gives Can-Traffic the strong and recognized reputation it enjoys.

Digger Derrick Operators assist with a variety of installation, maintenance and repair projects involving street lights, traffic signals, pedestrian crossovers, signage, flashing beacons and other traffic electrical devices. Operators are an important part of our 3-5 persons crews and work year round Monday to Friday, 40+ hour weeks with opportunities for overtime. Expect periodic out of town and night shift assignments.  To thrive in this role you must be a hard-working individual with exposure to the construction industry, can show up on time everyday and work in a physically demanding environment.


  • Ensure safe and effective operations of equipment such as digger derricks, bucket trucks, skid steers, mini excavators, pulling trailers, rigging for lifts etc.
  • Perform daily preventative maintenance and mechanical checks.
  • Adhere to all safety protocols and guidelines at all times, ensuring your safety and the safety of your team members and the public
  • Assist in maintaining a clean and organized work environment. This includes removing debris, organizing materials, and ensuring tools and equipment are properly stored.
  • Perform other activities at construction sites, as directed such as pulling wire, pouring concrete bases, unloading materials etc.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the supervisor


Skills and Abilities

  • Ability to adapt to changes in assignments and priorities in response to new information, changing conditions, or unexpected obstacles
  • Strong work ethic, punctuality, and reliability
  • Experience operating in urban environments
  • Ability to maintaining high levels of productivity and able to work long hours when necessary
  • Ability and willingness to perform duties in inclement and adverse weather conditions
  • Knowledge of DOT restrictions and regulations
  • Knowledge of OH&S Acts and Legislation



  • High School Diploma with a minimum 2 years related experience operating equipment
  • Valid Alberta Class 3Q driver’s license and submission of a 5-year Driver’s Abstract with less than 7 demerits
  • Industry courses in equipment operating is considered an asset
  • Fall Protection, Standard First Aid, Ground Disturbance, Aerial Work Platform are assets


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