Seyem’ Qwantlen Business Group
Seyem’ Qwantlen Construction serves Lower Mainland British Columbia and beyond. We are an operating company of Seyem’ Qwantlen Business Group (SQBG). SQBG is wholly owned by Kwantlen First Nation, with our office located in Fort Langley.
We own and operate companies that support your next commercial, industrial or residential development project. All work is carried out with our commitment to high quality and safety standards.
We believe this approach builds capacity within our nation for a strong, bright future.
Offering Security Guard Services and mobile patrol for your construction site.
Seyem’ Qwantlen Traffic Management provides safe, reliable traffic control personnel and equipment for your construction site, paving site, road building site, general contractor work or special event.
Seyem’ Qwantlen Construction has experience in delivering the following services to help ensure successful project completion:
Safety Management Planning & First Aid
Clearing and Grubbing
Archaeological & Environmental Monitoring
IT support and data wiring
Boat rental and captain
We are proud to have managed high quality projects, including the following:
- Atlantic Waste Site Remediation
- DFO Dock Upgrades
- Ruskin Dam Power Pole Replacement
- Burnaby Screening Project
- Ruskin Dam – First Aid Program
- Highway 1 Overpass Project
- Sport Check Data Wiring for flagship store in Metrotown
- IR1 Site Remediation
Working With Seyem’ Qwantlen Construction
Candace Dennis, Director, Aboriginal Banking BMO
Jemma Scoble, Manager – Aboriginal Affairs, Ministry of Transportation & Infrastructure, Provincial Gateway Program MOTI
Stephen Dicks, Acting National Historic Site and Visitor Experience Manager, Parks Canada
Susan Wilkins – Vice President, Operations, Pottinger Gaherty Environmental Consultants Ltd.
P: 604.888.5556 | F: (604) 888-5544
23684 Gabriel Lane, PO Box 1023,
Fort Langley, BC V1M 2S4
Now Hiring – Traffic Control Person
Wage Range: $17.00-$23.00
Head Office Location: Fort Langley, BC
Work Site Locations: Variable/Lower Mainland
Position: Casual On-call
Come and join our amazing team! We are looking for experienced, highly-dependable Traffic Control Person(s) who are excited to be part of our new and growing Traffic Control Division. We offer permanent casual, on-call work and a unique, supportive work environment. Our growing, dynamic company also offers other employment and training opportunities for motivated employees who show drive and commitment. A strong preference will given to applicants who have a desire for long-term, permanent employment with this company. Safety is our top priority so we will ensure all of our TCP applicants are have excellent records of service and valid certification before hiring.
As a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Kwantlen First Nation, the Seyem’ Qwantlen Business Group is comprised of several companies. Seyem’ Qwantlen Construction Ltd. has been established to seek construction-related contracting opportunities for the overall benefit of the Kwantlen community. Creating the Traffic Control Division is the next step in providing comprehensive, responsive service to our existing clients and in fueling our overall growth and capacity-building.
All TCP employees will be hired as casual on-call but those who have the most open availability, a flexible schedule, record of dependability and demonstrated work ethic will be given scheduling preference.
- MUST have valid TCP certification prior to applying – no exceptions
- Preference is given to those with one year experience
- Own steel-toe boots
- MUST have independent transportation in order to get to and from work sites.
- Must have cell phone to receive calls and texts from dispatch
- Clear verbal communication necessary for this position. This will be assessed throughout the recruitment process
- Ability to communicate pertinent information using technology/email in a timely manner
- Commitment, follow-through, and reliability must be evident in work history
- Demonstrated ability to work as a cooperative member of a diverse team
- Must be able to meet the physical demands of the job – stand for long periods; walk on uneven surfaces or terrain; hold and maneuver standard control signaling devices; hear verbal warnings or signals; occasionally lift up to 50lbs; work in unpredictable or adverse weather conditions.
- Cultural awareness and understanding is required
Thank you for your application!
Please send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org to apply. We will respond to all shortlisted applicants.
We welcome ALL qualified applicants regardless of heritage. Preference may be given to qualified applicants of Aboriginal ancestry pursuant to Section 42(3) of the BC Human Rights Code. If you fall within this category and you wish to have this voluntary information considered as part of your application, please indicate this in your cover letter.