Employers

Contractors and Owners by province


ONTARIO
ALBERTA
BRITISH COLUMBIA
QUEBEC
MANITOBA
NEW BRUNSWICK
SASKATCHEWAN
NOVA SCOTIA
NUNAVUT
PEI

NEW- ALL REGISTERED H2H CONTRACTORS CAN NOW POST OPPORTUNITIES OUTSIDE THE TRADITIONAL BARGAINING UNITS FOR ADMINISTRATION, LOGISTICS, SCHEDULARS, ESTIMATORS, SECURITY ETC.


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Register for an account

Helmets to Hardhats is looking for employers who offer the best jobs in Canada's building industry for those who have served. Once approved, you can post or look through our database of job seekers.

As a recognized Helmets to Hardhats employer, you have immediate access to advertise opportunities online in a secure online database. You can post yourself, or our staff can assist you.

A Helmets to Hardhats employer can search through the resumes of individual applicants.

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How to register and post to our secure job board

  • Go to helmetstohardhats.ca

    Click on the button Register on this page

  • Choose your category

    You must be a recognized owner/employer, contractor, or building trade union to register with Helmets to Hardhats Canada. Choose from the three choices from the drop list.

  • Profile & Account

    Create an H2H profile by filling out the required contact, recruiter and trade info. Trade Union members will automatically receive a confirmation and approval email. Contractors will be contacted and verified by H2H staff and must receive an approval email before posting their opportunity.

  • Start posting opportunity

    Once approved, you can begin posting any jobs, training or courses offered to Veterans. You will need the title, location, description and expiry date of the opportunity. This can be a job, training course or apprenticeship. Once completed, you can upload to our secure job board.

    Click on the button here to register.

    Register »

On behalf of all service members and their families, we commend all employers, contractors, owners and building trade unions for supporting transitioning military members and their families. Bravo Zulu!