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Consider a civilian career as a Bricklayer.
BAC represents an array of skilled workers who practice the crafts of bricklaying, plastering, tile setting, stone, marble and cement masonry and terrazzo and mosaic work. These craftsmen also conduct pointing/cleaning/caulking, restoration and refractory work.
Gunner Cody Bailey, Defense and Security platoon, stacks recycled bricks from a street in Sankhu, Nepal, 19 May, 2015. Photo: MCpl Cynthia Wilkinson, Canadian Forces Joint Imagery Center DA50-2015-0001-170
Equivalencies available for MOSID 00339 Combat Engineer, MOSID 00306 - Construction Technician
Union journeymen bricklayers earn wages and fringe benefits that are negotiated on their behalf by the union through collective bargaining with signatory contractors. Wages vary according to the geographic location of the local union. Advanced classes can be taken at Canada Masonry Design Centre.
International Union of Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers is recognized as the designated Union to represent Bricklayers across Canada and offers the best wages & benefits for a lasting civilian career in Canada.
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