Your career begins here
Perhaps you’ve worked elsewhere, met your goals, made your mark. Now you’re anxious to take on new challenges.
Or maybe you’re entering the workplace for the first time, eager to put your newly acquired skills into practice.
We are Babcock Canada. And we’re always looking for skilled and dedicated employees, people with vision, energy and ideas.
People like you. Explore our site, discover your future.
Why Work For Us
You know what you want. A challenging and rewarding work environment, the opportunity to work with people you respect and who appreciate your skills and dedication.
You’ve studied hard. You’ve focused – laser-like – on your career and your future. Now you want to put your newly acquired skills to work, to experience what it’s like to contribute to – and be part of – a truly epic project.
Experienced Hires & New Graduates
At Babcock Canada, we’re always looking for experienced professionals keen to steer their careers into uncharted but challenging waters.
You chose to serve, to defend Canada and your fellow Canadians. You used your knowledge and experience to keep us safe and secure. At Babcock Canada, we appreciate what you’ve done.
This link leads to the Babcock International career page where you can select and apply for jobs in Canada
Babcock Canada Facts
Co-op Students Since 2008
Personnel in Canada
Former Military Personnel
Licensed Engineers (P.Eng)
Latest News & Events
Babcock is pleased to announce that it will once again be exhibiting at the DEFSEC Atlantic expo taking place in Halifax from October 2nd through to October 4th. To learn more about how Babcock is delivering critical support for the Royal Canadian Navy and armed forces around the world, come visit us at Booth #506. Read more
The Advanced Analytics Initiative
The Canadian Institute for Military and Veteran Health Research (CIMVHR), in partnership with Babcock Canada, and IBM Canada Ltd, has established the Advanced Analytics Initiative. This initiative has been created for the purposes of funding cutting-edge research focused on improving the health of Canadian military personnel, Veterans, and their families. Read more
National Safety Month
June is National Safety Month, a time to increase safety awareness with the goal of reducing preventable injuries and deaths. This month focuses on reducing leading causes of injury and death at work, on the road and in our homes and communities. Read more