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Female Heavy Equipment Operator Program

The Kodiak Snowblowing Female Heavy Equipment Operator Program is structured as a 1-week classroom and job-site training segment at Kodiak’s office in Stittsville followed by four subsequent months (18 weeks) of paid hands-on, supervisor-mentored work in the residential snow removal industry.

Candidates that are successful in the training program and align with Kodiak’s culture and safety standards will retain Preferred Status with Kodiak for seasonal employment, receive a Certificate of Completion / Letter of Reference in April 2017, be eligible for a $500 ‘Quality of Work’ Bonus, and get paid $200 for each training candidate referred to us to successfully complete our program.

Get in the driver’s seat with Kodiak Snowblowing in Stittsville and start buildiing your career today! Using state-of-the art equipment and technology, earn while you learn and do work you can be proud of!

The Kodiak FHEO program includes:

  • Safety Training
  • Workplace Culture Awareness
  • 1 week of paid classroom and job-site training
  • 4 months (18-weeks) of paid hands-on Skills training
  • Mentor support
  • Training materials
  • Certificate of Completion
  • Letter of Reference
  • Bonus for Quality of Work
  • $200 ‘recruiting’ incentive for additional candidates who successfully complete the program.

Applicants must meet the following entrance requirements:

  • Valid G driver’s licence without restrictions (no G1, G2) or another provincial equivalent
  • High school diploma or GED equivalency
  • Strong employment history or character references
  • Ability and willingness to work long shifts (12+ hours/shift) during the day or night
  • Basic computer skills
  • Ability to work independently
  • Basic mechanical aptitude
  • Highly motivated, positive attitude
  • Ready, willing and able to work on-call

Apply for the program by filling out this form:

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