Careers – Journeyperson Plumber

Journeyperson – Plumber

Reporting to the General Manager, you will play a key role in our growth strategy. As our Journeyperson – Plumber, you will possess the ability to learn and apply company methods, practices, procedures and regulatory requirements regarding the installation of modern plumbing and hydronics systems.  You will be responsible for running commercial and multi-unit residential plumbing projects; working as part of a team to ensure that projects are completed on time, within budget, safely and to a high standard; and team leading Plumbing Apprentices.

Accountability and Duties

  • Lead and coordinate a team of apprentices;
  • Liaise with Site Superintendent/Construction Manager/General Manager;
  • Manage the installation of commercial plumbing and hydronics systems;
  • Maintain project schedules and understand methods and be accountable;
  • Stay up-to-date with all current health and safety practices and procedures;
  • Abide by and promote a safe system of work for all;
  • Implement task-specific Method Statements, Tool Box Talks, and Risk Assessments;
  • Interpret construction and schematic drawings, technical literature, and equipment specifications to determine the layout of plumbing systems, water supply and drainage systems, and:
    • Install foundation plumbing, sumps and other parts of the foundation plumbing;
    • Measure, cut and thread pipes using hand and power tools or machines;
    • Join pipes using System 15, ABS, Brazing, Soldering, Cast iron pipe, Pex piping;
    • Test pipes for leaks using air and water pressure gauges;
    • Manage the installation of bathtubs, shower drains, finishing trim of fixtures etc.
  • Clean work spaces as you go;
  • Perform other duties as assigned.
  • Ensure the timely remittance of all administrative aspects for all projects;
  • Constructively analyse, assess and troubleshoot to resolve issues and develop solutions;
  • Apply your technical, personal and teamwork skills to get the job done, on time, within budget, safely and to a high standard;
  • Mentor junior apprentices, where appropriate, to work more effectively;
  • Participate in ongoing technical and professional training, supported by the company, to continually develop your skills and enhance your development.


  • Journeyperson Red Seal ticket
  • 8-10 years experience including prior experience doing ground work
  • Track record in delivery projects on time, within budget, safely and to an appropriate standard
  • Valid driver’s license
  • Level 1 First Aid
  • Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) (an advantage)
  • Possess personal hand tools for the trade. Enersolv will provide any additional company-related tools.


  • Immediate start on a long-term Squamish-based project (ideally you live in Squamish)
  • Comfortable following directions
  • Ability to get the best out of your team and work independently
  • Highly competent in ordering materials from suppliers or submitting material lists to be ordered
  • Enjoy working at multiple construction sites around Squamish or Whistler
  • Possess the physical stamina required to:
    • use correct lifting techniques for heavy pipes weighing up to 75lbs;
    • be on your feet for long periods.
  • Flexible enough to work out-of-town, as required
  • Required language: English (fluent)


  • Salary range: above industry and regional norm
  • Training and professional development support
  • Up to five days paid sick leave per year (at the discretion of your Line Manager/Team Leader)
  • MSP, extended health and benefits
  • 3 weeks vacation

Interested in Applying

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