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CAREERS INFORMATION

Hanscomb is always on the lookout for professionals who want to make a difference for our clients at the planning stages of new projects. While we have offices across the country, we’re a tight-knit team of professionals with one common goal — to make the projects we’re involved in run smoothly from a cost perspective.

Here’s what we generally look for:
  • A post-secondary diploma or degree in Architectural Science, Construction Engineering, or an applicable field

  • Canadian construction cost or time planning experience

  • An applicable designation—Canadian Institute of Quantity Surveyors – Professional Quantity Surveyor, Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors – Member, Professional Engineer, or another appropriate designation is perfect

  • A desire to work towards one of the above designations if you don’t already have one


Currently, we are looking for Junior, Intermediate and Senior Consultants in our Hamilton and Toronto offices who satisfy the following:
  • Elecitrical, Architectural, Structural and Civil disciplines with experience in all building sectors

Related specifically to these placements, kindly identify which office location (Hamilton or Toronto) your interest lies.
 
As noted above, we are always on the lookout for the following staff:
  • Mechanical

  • Technical Advisory

  • Independent Certification

  • Construction Loan Monitoring

  • Schedulers
     

 

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