You’ve completed a demanding degree. And now you’re ready to start your career in engineering. From the moment you join Metro Vancouver as an Engineer-in-Training, you’ll be contributing meaningful work on diverse, innovative and challenging projects, while sharing our vision for delivering services and solutions for a livable region now and into the future.
Our EIT Program is a four-year in length and designed to assist you in obtaining your professional engineering designation. You will work through rotating assignments within Metro Vancouver, acquiring hands on, practical experience related to your engineering field. You will be exposed to key technical and operational aspects of our utility departments, and steadily grow your level of skill and responsibility. You’ll be partnered with an experienced professional engineer each step of the way.
We offer a supportive environment, interesting work, competitive salaries and attractive employee benefits. As a Metro Vancouver EIT, you’ll benefit from:
Enhance your hands-on experience with formal opportunities for personal and career development through our:
Over your first three years as an EIT, you’ll get hands-on, practical experience during rotating assignments.
You will have an opportunity to work in each of our core services: Water, Liquid Waste and Solid Waste.
Projects our EITs have been involved with:
We will work with you to help you find a mentor who will support you in the development of the professional and personal skills that play an integral role in your success. In addition to a professional mentor, a peer from the previous cohort will be assigned to help you settle into your new work environment.
Metro Vancouver acknowledges that the region’s residents live, work, and learn on the shared territories of many Indigenous peoples, including 10 local First Nations: Katzie, Kwantlen, Kwikwetlem, Matsqui, Musqueam, Qayqayt, Semiahmoo, Squamish, Tsawwassen, and Tsleil-Waututh.
Metro Vancouver respects the diverse and distinct histories, languages, and cultures of First Nations, Métis, and Inuit, which collectively enrich our lives and the region.