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    For after-hours assistance please call us:
    Vancouver 604 683 5752 / Greater Vancouver Area 604 522 5757.

    For non-urgent requests, please use the Contact Us form on the left during our regular business hours.

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    Head Office

    Address
    BurnabyBC V5J 3J9
    Phone604 522 5757
    Fax604 524 3531
    Office Hours
    7:30am-4:30pm
    After-Hours
    Emailmottinfo@mottelectric.com
    Downtown Office

    Address
    VancouverBC V6B 1L4
    Phone604 683 5752
    Fax604 683 5753
    Office Hours
    7:00am-4:00pm
    After-Hours
    Emaildowntown@mottelectric.com
    Mott Telecom Office
     
    Address
    BurnabyBC V5J 5A4
    Phone604 522 5757
    Fax604 524 3531
    Office Hours
    6:00am-4:00pm
    EmailMTI@mottelectric.com______

    WHO ARE WE LOOKING FOR?

    Mott Electric is looking for highly motivated individuals who can work alone or as part of a team. We're committed to giving our employees the best on-the-job training. We actively encourage our staff by providing both field and office with training opportunities to advance and remain at the top of their fields. Since we cover so many disciplines we can give our employees the ability to specialize in almost any sector in the industry or cross-train across sectors.

    We're looking for leaders to join our team whether it’s a journeyperson, site supervisors, estimators or project manager to ensure we have the experienced personnel to handle our ever-growing list of projects.

    If you're looking to advance, Mott Electric is definitely the place for you. Apply today and submit your resume by filling out the form below.

    BECOMING AN ELECTRICIAN

    The best way to become an electrician is through the Electrical Joint Training Committee's (EJTC) apprenticeship program. This provides the opportunity to combine classroom and paid on-the-job training as you work your way through each apprenticeship level until earning your journeyperson status. For complete details, go to the Electrical Joint Training Committee Apprenticeship section.

    To find out more go to: EJTC.orgIBEWCanada.ca and CareersInTrades.ca.

     


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