Join the NTPC team

 

NTPC’s mission is to generate, transmit and distribute electricity in a safe, reliable, efficient and environmentally sound manner across the Northwest Territories. To be successful, we require the people with the knowledge, skills and abilities to get the job done. Our people come from within our communities, as well as, all across Canada.

 

To apply, you will need to create profile. As a result, you will have a Dashboard that will allow you to update your profile, view current opportunities, manage your email subscriptions and view all past jobs you have applied on.

 

If you’re looking to take the next step in your career - take a look at our available opportunities and apply now!

 

If, after you have applied online, you notice you made on error or omission in your application and you cannot correct it within your candidate profile, you can contact the Human Resources Division at careers@ntpc.com for assistance.

 

Affirmative Action


If you are eligible for priority consideration under Affirmative Action, you need to clearly identify which priority you fall under to receive consideration. You must answer the Affirmative Action screening question via the online application to be considered.

 

Definitions:

Indigenous Aboriginal Persons means those persons who are descendants of the Dene, Inuit or Metis people, indigenous to the present boundaries of the Northwest Territories and includes any aboriginal persons resident at birth pursuant to Section 23 of the Vital Statistics Act and any Canadian aboriginal persons who have lived more than half of their life in the Northwest Territories.

 

Indigenous Non-Aboriginal Persons are non-aboriginal persons born in the Northwest Territories or who have lived more than half their life in the Northwest Territories.

 

Resident Disabled Persons are persons who are living in and have lived in the Northwest Territories for at least one year immediately prior to applying on a competition and who are at a disadvantage because of a medically certified learning, mental, emotional, or physical disability where the disability handicaps the person in taking advantage of employment, training and career advancement opportunities.  A person without such a disability would not encounter these difficulties.

 

Resident Women are females who are living in and have lived in the Northwest Territories for at least one year immediately prior to applying on a competition.

 

Application of the Affirmative Action Policy:          

 

Hiring preference depends on the type of competition and has the following priorities:

 

Competitions for Management or Non-Traditional Occupations

Priority 1 - Indigenous Aboriginal Persons

Priority 2 - Resident Women

Priority 3 - Indigenous Non-Aboriginal Persons or Resident Disabled Persons

No Priority - All Other Applicants

 

All Other Competitions

Priority 1 - Indigenous Aboriginal Persons

Priority 2 - Indigenous Non-Aboriginal Persons or Resident Disabled Persons

No Priority - All Other Applicants

 

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