The development of Muskrat Falls is generating significant employment opportunities for Newfoundlanders and Labradorians. Since the start of construction in 2013 to the end of 2016, approximately $1.4 billion in wages has been paid to NL workers.
It is estimated that approximately $12 million is invested in our provincial economy every week from the construction of the Muskrat Falls Project. Construction of the project continues to generate economic benefits in every corner of the province.
In 2016, employment across the project peaked in October with 4,982 Newfoundland and Labrador residents working, representing 83 per cent of the total workforce in that month. The peak number of Labradorians working on the project in 2016 was 1,225. Newfoundland and Labrador women working on the project peaked at 642 in 2016.
Reflecting Nalcor’s commitments outlined in the project’s Gender Equity and Diversity Program, in 2016, employment of Newfoundland and Labrador residents who self-identified as a member of an Aboriginal group reached a peak of 590 workers. Employment of Labrador Innu peaked at 193 workers.
Detailed employment information is available in the project’s monthly benefits reports which are available in the reports section of the newsroom.
Nalcor has created an online employment database where anyone interested in working on the project can create an online profile and resume, find information about contractors working with the project, and learn more about job opportunities available throughout construction.
Registering with muskratfallsjobs.com is the most effective way to ensure your resume and information is accessible to contractors and unions seeking qualified workers with the project. Once you’ve completed the registration process and provided consent, your resume will immediately be accessible to contractors and unions working on the project.
To learn more about job opportunities, labour requirements and how to apply for positions, visit muskratfallsjobs.com.
Nalcor Energy is an equal opportunity employer. We value diversity in the workplace and encourage women, Aboriginal people, persons with disabilities, and visible minorities to express interest in employment with the Lower Churchill Project by registering at muskratfallsjobs.com.