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Pipe Layer
Location: Langley, British Columbia, Canada  Type: Full Time   Min. Experience: Entry LevelDate: July 30, 2021

Tybo Contracting Ltd. (Tybo) is a trusted civil contracting company based in Langley, B.C. and recently became one of BC’s Top Employers for 2021.  We work with some of the largest private development firms, as well as various civic and provincial government agencies. Established in 2002, Tybo has expanded its work force and skill set through determination and continuous hard work. The majority of our work in based in the Metro Vancouver Area with various larger projects throughout the province. As a result of our hard work and determination Tybo has grown to become a major player in the industry.

As a Pipe Layer, you will be responsible for working with the site Foreman and machine operators installing various pipe works, site grading, excavations, grouting, raking and shoveling along with other site dependant tasks. All members of the Tybo team are expected to act in accordance with company and site health and safety regulations, site cleanliness and promote quality and safety values within the workforce.

Tasks will include:

  • Laying and joining concrete, plastic or cast-iron pipe for drains, sewers and Watermains
  • Rigging pipe for hoisting
  • Prepare and grade trenches manually or working with onsite equipment operators
  • Participating in toolbox meetings and pre-task inspections
  • Ensuring all work is completed within specifications and according to blueprints or building plans
  • Maintaining tools, cords and equipment so that they are kept in good working order and are safe for use
  • Maintaining the work area(s) in a clean and orderly manner on a continuous basis.
  • Regularly required to stand as well as other physical requirements such as sitting, walking, climbing or balancing and stooping, kneeling, crouching or crawling.
  • Communicating with other crew members and following supervisors instructions
  • Various other site tasks
  • Successful candidates must:

Be physically fit to perform manual labour in all types of environments and conditions, including heavy lifting Participate in training and other forms of development to strengthen technical, safety and other skills.
Consistently report for work on time and in appropriate attire



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Interior Division (Cranbrook Area) Pipe Layer
Location: Cranbrook, British Columbia, Canada  Type: Full Time   Min. Experience: Mid LevelDate: July 30, 2021

Pipe Layers

You will be responsible for working with the site Foreman and machine operators installing various pipe works, site grading, excavations, grouting, raking and shoveling along with other site dependant tasks.  All members of the Tybo team are expected to act in accordance with company and site health and safety regulations, site cleanliness and promote quality and safety values within the workforce.

Tasks will include:

  • Laying and joining concrete, plastic or cast-iron pipe for drains, sewers and Watermains
  • Rigging pipe for hoisting
  • Prepare and grade trenches manually or working with onsite equipment operators
  • Participating in toolbox meetings and pre-task inspections
  • Ensuring all work is completed within specifications and according to blueprints or building plans
  • Maintaining tools, cords and equipment so that they are kept in good working order and are safe for use
  • Maintaining the work area(s) in a clean and orderly manner on a continuous basis.
  • Regularly required to stand as well as other physical requirements such as sitting, walking, climbing or balancing and stooping, kneeling, crouching or crawling.
  • Communicating with other crew members and following supervisors instructions
  • Various other site tasks

Successful candidates must:

  • Be physically fit to perform manual labour in all types of environments and conditions, including heavy lifting
  • Participate in training and other forms of development to strengthen technical, safety and other skills.
  • Consistently report for work on time and in appropriate attire
  • First-Aid is an asset


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Heavy Equipment Operator
Location: Langley, British Columbia, Canada  Type: Full Time   Min. Experience: Mid LevelDate: July 22, 2021

TYBO Contracting Ltd. is a Top Employer 2021 Award Winning Civil Construction company based out of Langley, B.C.  We have many projects throughout the lower mainland and the province ranging from small residential subdivisions to bridge building and highway construction.  Due to our ever growing work load we are seeking experienced Civil Foreman to join our safety driven team.  We are looking for individuals with experience working in heavy civil construction with the capability to manually complete any activity when necessary.  Experience should be in installation of storm, sani and sewer pipe works, earthworks, bulk excavation, underground utilities and lot prep for subdivisions.

Are you looking for a company you can grow with? Want to be a long-term employee that is encouraged to continually develop and learn new skills?  As a team member you will enjoy many opportunities for training, development and career growth along with competitive wages, extended medical and dental benefits and employer matched RRSP’s.

Heavy equipment operator responsibilities are carried out by a skilled person who does this job with safety and precision. They also have the responsibility of cleaning, maintaining and completing operator daily inspections. Operating and maintaining all heavy equipment requires a lot of experience, training and knowledge of machines and its parts. Such an operator must possess mechanical skills to perform his/her job in a strenuous and dangerous work environment. To become a heavy equipment operator, one must have these skills and should be completely trained to perform the job duties:

Duties and Responsibilities of a Heavy Equipment Operator

Operate all heavy equipment such as:

  • Excavators sizes 125-450
  • Back hoes
  • Rock Trucks

Tasks Include:

  • Working in tight work areas and in close proximity of workers, underground utilities, overhead power lines and the general public
  • Operate and control the equipment safely in changing ground conditions
  • Perform road work, excavation work, lifting work and knowledge of rigging
  • Respond to signals and directions by the staff and work in coordination with them
  • Maintain proper coordination and cooperation with the road and transport system while driving/working, so that the normal activities are not disrupted.
  • Operate the equipment manually and also through the use of electronic or technical methods of operation.
  • Work in adherence to safe practices, procedures, work sites or traffic laws.
  • Perform other duties, as and when assigned
  • Perform safety, maintenance or servicing checks to ensure proper functioning of the equipment.
  • Inform and advise the management or repairmen for major repairs or maintenance

Skills and Abilities:

  • Must have physical ability to stand strenuous and dangerous work environmental
  • Possess physical strength to operate heavy and power-driven equipment
  • Ability to work in teams
  • Ability to communicate and interact both verbally and written
  • A keen eye to details and good decision making skills
  • Manage to handle emergency situations, work pressure and stress
  • Ability to complete work projects on time and in an effective manner


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Gradesman
Location: Langley, British Columbia, Canada  Type: Full Time   Min. Experience: Mid LevelDate: July 30, 2021

Tybo Contracting is one of BC’s Top Employers of 2021, and an award winning Civil Construction company based out of Langley, B.C. We have many projects throughout the lower mainland and the province ranging from small residential subdivisions to bridge building and highway construction. Due to our ever growing work load we are seeking an experienced Gradesman to join our driven team.

We are looking for individuals that have civil construction experience and experience working with GPS with Topcon. Must be able to shoot grades, survey for road construction, pipe, sewer, sanitary and storm systems installation; including street lighting.

Other Requirements:

  • Proficient knowledge of WorkSafeBC standards and policies
  • A valid BC driver’s license (class 5)
  • Be able to adapt to changing work environments and hours

We look to hire people who want to grow with us and consistently learn new things; if you want to be a long-term employee that is encouraged to continually develop and learn new skills and become a team member that will enjoy many opportunities for training, development and career growth along with competitive wages, extended medical and dental benefits and employer matched RRSP’s – apply

today!  We look forward to hearing from you.



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Foreman
Location: Langley, British Columbia, Canada  Type: Full Time   Min. Experience: ExperiencedDate: July 29, 2021

Are you looking for a company you can grow with? Want to be a long-term employee that is encouraged to continually develop and learn new skills?  As a team member you will enjoy many opportunities for training, development and career growth along with competitive wages, extended medical and dental benefits and employer matched RRSP’s.

TYBO Contracting Ltd. is an Top Employer 2021 Award Winning Civil Construction company based out of Langley, B.C.  We have many projects throughout the lower mainland and the province ranging from small residential subdivisions to bridge building and highway construction.  Due to our ever growing work load we are seeking experienced Civil Foreman to join our safety driven team.  We are looking for individuals with experience working in heavy civil construction with the capability to manually complete any activity when necessary.  Experience should be in installation of storm, sani and sewer pipe works, earthworks, bulk excavation, underground utilities and lot prep for subdivisions.

The Civil Construction Foreman is responsible for managing all day to day activities on site. They will oversee crew members and subcontractor’s productivity ensuring all work is performed in accordance with contractual and quality standards.  As a valued member of our team you will be able to depend on support and instruction from our other Foreman, Superintendents and Operations Manager. All members of the Tybo team are expected to act in accordance with company and site health and safety regulations, site cleanliness and promote quality and safety values within the workforce.

Responsibilities include:

  • Directs and coordinates crew members and subcontractors on site
  • Ensures labour, equipment, materials and sub-contractors are on site when necessary in order to perform the work
  • Ensures materials, equipment and labour are utilized most efficiently and effectively
  • Ensures that deliveries to site are complete and in accordance with materials order
  • Performs daily, weekly and monthly safety meetings and inspections
  • Ensures all employees are working in accordance with corporate and other governing safe work policies and procedures.
  • Managing the permit and inspection process and attending and conducting regularly scheduled progress meetings
  • Maintaining daily paperwork such as timecards, field reports, FLHA reports, extra work orders, schedule updates and email correspondence to keep the various people involved with the project informed of important issues
  • Conducting and/or attending pre-construction, progress and other project and staff meetings

Other Requirements:

  • Is committed to doing quality work the first time with little or no need for re-work
  • Participates in training and other forms of continuous improvement initiatives
  • Is deadline driven, punctual and respects other people’s time
  • Proficient knowledge of WorkSafeBC standards and policies
  • A valid BC driver’s license (class 5)
  • First Aid


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Estimator
Location: Langley, British Columbia, Canada  Type: Full Time   Min. Experience: ExperiencedDate: July 15, 2021

TYBO Contracting Ltd. (TYBO) is a trusted civil contracting company based in Langley, B.C. and one of BC Top Employers of 2021.  We work with some of the largest private development firms, as well as various civic and provincial government agencies.

Established in 2002, TYBO has expanded its work force and skill set through determination and continuous hard work. The majority of our work in based in the Metro Vancouver Area with various larger projects throughout the province. Our leadership team is directly involved in all processes and daily operations and provides a hands-on approach to running and managing projects. They choose to work closely with all staff to ensure their personal and corporate goals are achieved. As a result of our hard work and determination Tybo has grown to become a major player in the industry.

Currently, an opportunity exists for an Estimator to join our team of highly skilled, ambitious and loyal personnel. We are currently seeking an Estimator with 1-2 years of experience, however we are willing to train the right person.

Our Estimators perform the full scope of estimating duties from pre-construction bids to completion of project.

As an Estimator you will be responsible for:

  • Preparing & coordinating estimates for tenders
  • Prepare complete quantity takeoff based on scope of work
  • Monitor all changes in scope during the estimate period
  • Select vendors and/or subcontractors and determine costs
  • Consult with vendors and clients to discuss alternate approved materials
  • Search, analyse & communicate options for the most effective means & methods of construction
  • Attend pre-bid meetings to determine scope of work and required contents of estimate
  • Review design options and recommend best solution based on cost, engineering quality and availability of materials
  • Work with Project Managers on awarded contracts – estimating extra work items, change orders & credits
  • Upon project completion, meet with Project Manager, Site Superintendent & Foreman to discuss positive and negative aspects of project to determine areas for improvement
  • Compile budget and crew summaries

Successful candidates will have:

  • Post-Secondary Degree or Diploma in Civil Engineering
  • Knowledge of Heavy Bid, Planswift, Word and Excel
  • An understanding of Heavy Civil Construction methodologies is an asset


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Accounts Payable Clerk
Location: Langley, British Columbia, Canada  Type: Full Time   Min. Experience: Mid LevelDate: July 31, 2021

The AP Clerk – Function One will report to Accounts Payable Supervisor.

Job Overview:

The AP Clerk – Function One plays a vital role in ensuring that company expenses via vendor purchases, cash receipts or credit card purchases are processed in a timely and accurate manner. The function is also responsible to ensuring that vendor statements are reviewed to ensure the completeness of our expenses. This role will also have primary responsibility to provide reception coverage to ensure the efficient handling of phone calls and the welcoming of guests to our office.

Responsibilities and Duties:

  • General Duties – Accounts Payable Function
  • Reconciling vendor statements to ensure all outstanding invoices have been accounted for
  • Matching of packing slips, purchase orders and invoices
  • Scanning and indexing of packing slips, purchase orders and invoices into Jonas Documents (as Jonas Documents is rolled out)
  • Ensure vendor profiles are complete with signed contracts, business numbers, WCB, and insurance requirements – primary focus on Sub-contracts
  • Filing of paper documents as per agreed upon standards
  • Responsible to sorting and destroying old accounts payable records as per Canada Revenue Agency guidelines

Other Duties
Serve as primary back-up for reception coverage including lunch-time coverage, breaks and other times as required
Be primary back-up for incoming telephone calls
As assigned

Qualifications:
Individual must have a high school diploma or equivalent
Formal bookkeeping training is ideal
Individual should ideally have 1-2 years experience but is considered an entry role into the AP function
Individual must have a welcoming personality
Individual should be open to feedback and a willingness to receive training and mentoring.



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Safety Coordinator
Location: Langley, BC, Canada  Type: Full Time   Min. Experience: Mid LevelDate: May 31, 2021

Job Summary

We are currently seeking a Safety Coordinator to join the TYBO Team.

As a Safety Coordinator, you are responsible for field leadership and delivery of the Health, Safety and Environmental programs. You will be responsible to assist project teams in the day-to-day operations by influencing, developing and implementing project safety plans to help achieve the corporate goal of zero incidents.

Responsibilities

  • Works under the day-to-day direction of the Health and Safety Manager to verify that the Health and Safety Systems are properly and effectively implementing TYBO’s Health, Safety and Environmental Protection (HS&E) standards
  • Strong knowledge of civil construction practices, techniques and equipment
  • Conducting and documenting inspections to verify compliance with corporate policies and health and safety regulations hazards
  • Identifies corrective action to be taken when unsafe acts are identified during an inspection process; assists in resolving any issues of non-compliance; and provides education to supervisors, sub-contractors, and project site personnel in matters of health and safety
  • Participates and supports staff and contractors in conducting effective incident investigations that identify underlying causes and effective corrective measures
  • Assists with Project Start up and or Prequalification documentation requirements
  • Ensures all required HS&E documentation (subcontractor documentation, health and safety inspections, audits, daily hazard assessments, toolbox talks and safe work procedures and meeting minutes) are effectively organized and copies are shared with the appropriate groups
  • Maintaining and coordinating training courses and credited tickets
  • Reviews incident reports, monthly statistics, inspection reports and can identify undesirable trends and provide appropriate recommendations
  • Works with the Safety Team on the development/implementation of project specific safety plans, job hazard assessments and safe work procedures. This includes one calls and first aid assessments.
  • Participates in TYBO Occupational Health and Safety Committee as well as preparing and documenting meeting minutes
  • Assists and supports the implementation of the health and safety policies and procedures in accordance with TYBO and regulatory requirements
  • Must have valid BC Construction Safety Officer (CSO) or National Construction Safety Officer designation (NCSO)
  • Strong computer skills, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. HCSS Safety System Training would be an asset
  • Thorough knowledge of local government health and safety acts, policies, regulations, codes and practices
  • Working level of understanding of basic HS&E functions; such as, Occupational Hygiene, Ergonomics, Confined Space and Incident investigations
  • Apply critical thinking and problem-solving skills to HS&E issues, make timely decisions under pressure within the bounds of TYBO’s HS&E program and in a respectful manner
  • Have a competent level of communication and presentation skills with the ability to collaborate and function effectively within a team environment
  • Have practical leadership skills to build relationships and motivate HS&E teams
  • Ability to physically traverse uneven ground and heights, climb ladders/stairs, and stand for extended periods of time

Join our team now! At TYBO we believe diversity, equality, and inclusion should be part of everything we do. We are proud to be an equal-opportunity employer.

Wage compensation and benefit package will be discussed and based on experience



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Civil Safety Coordinator
Location: Langley, BC, Canada  Type: Full Time   Min. Experience: Mid LevelDate: May 30, 2021

Job Summary

We are currently seeking a Safety Coordinator to join the TYBO Team.

As a Safety Coordinator, you are responsible for field leadership and delivery of the Health, Safety and Environmental programs. You will be responsible to assist project teams in the day-to-day operations by influencing, developing and implementing project safety plans to help achieve the corporate goal of zero incidents.

Responsibilities

  • Works under the day-to-day direction of the Health and Safety Manager to verify that the Health and Safety Systems are properly and effectively implementing TYBO’s Health, Safety and Environmental Protection (HS&E) standards
  • Strong knowledge of civil construction practices, techniques and equipment
  • Conducting and documenting inspections to verify compliance with corporate policies and health and safety regulations hazards
  • Identifies corrective action to be taken when unsafe acts are identified during an inspection process; assists in resolving any issues of non-compliance; and provides education to supervisors, sub-contractors, and project site personnel in matters of health and safety
  • Participates and supports staff and contractors in conducting effective incident investigations that identify underlying causes and effective corrective measures
  • Assists with Project Start up and or Prequalification documentation requirements
  • Ensures all required HS&E documentation (subcontractor documentation, health and safety inspections, audits, daily hazard assessments, toolbox talks and safe work procedures and meeting minutes) are effectively organized and copies are shared with the appropriate groups
  • Maintaining and coordinating training courses and credited tickets
  • Reviews incident reports, monthly statistics, inspection reports and can identify undesirable trends and provide appropriate recommendations
  • Works with the Safety Team on the development/implementation of project specific safety plans, job hazard assessments and safe work procedures. This includes one calls and first aid assessments.
  • Participates in TYBO Occupational Health and Safety Committee as well as preparing and documenting meeting minutes
  • Assists and supports the implementation of the health and safety policies and procedures in accordance with TYBO and regulatory requirements
  • Must have valid BC Construction Safety Officer (CSO) or National Construction Safety Officer designation (NCSO)
  • Strong computer skills, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. HCSS Safety System Training would be an asset
  • Thorough knowledge of local government health and safety acts, policies, regulations, codes and practices
  • Working level of understanding of basic HS&E functions; such as, Occupational Hygiene, Ergonomics, Confined Space and Incident investigations
  • Apply critical thinking and problem-solving skills to HS&E issues, make timely decisions under pressure within the bounds of TYBO’s HS&E program and in a respectful manner
  • Have a competent level of communication and presentation skills with the ability to collaborate and function effectively within a team environment
  • Have practical leadership skills to build relationships and motivate HS&E teams
  • Ability to physically traverse uneven ground and heights, climb ladders/stairs, and stand for extended periods of time

Join our team now! At TYBO we believe diversity, equality, and inclusion should be part of everything we do. We are proud to be an equal-opportunity employer.

Wage compensation and benefit package will be discussed and based on experience



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Tybo Contracting Limited.

As a Gold Seal employer TYBO is committed to building growth and loyalty among our employees. In spite of a competitive marketplace, Tybo employees are known to commit to our company for many years.

We don’t want TYBO to be a brief stopover on your career path – we want TYBO to be your career destination.

This is why we provide our team members a number of career growth and training opportunities.

It is our priority to maintain a flow of ongoing contracts and projects to provide job security and a work environment where our team members can develop, challenge and improve their skills to reach and stay at the top of their game.

We believe every team member has the right to work in a safe and healthy construction environment and with proper safety guidelines, procedures and training programs to ensure this standard is upheld.

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What our Employees Say

“TYBO Contracting Ltd. has given me opportunities to not only grow personally, but also professionally. I am grateful to be part of the TYBO team. In upcoming years, Tybo will be part of many high profile projects, presenting a multitude of opportunities to the entire team and form a work environment to thrive and excel in and have an exciting and fulfilling career.”

Ryan Watson
Superintendent

“TYBO continues to grow and change as a company. I’ve gained a lot of experience over the years because of this. I’m always looking to further my career and TYBO has always been there to support my on journey.

Chris Brenzinger

“A secure, professional and caring work environment is something I have always found important. And this what Tybo brings. Since starting with Tybo Contracting I have been given endless opportunities to excel. I feel as if they truly care about each and every employee.”

Brad Molnar

“When you join the team here at TYBO contracting, you lay the foundation for your career in construction.”

Steve Spink

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