We Live for the Challenge


At Sigfusson Northern, we believe our employees are the key to the success of our business. In our organization, we provide our staff with opportunities to learn, grow, and develop in their roles. Sigfusson Northern listens to our employees and works with them to decide where they want to go in their career path, and we encourage them to continuously expand their skills, knowledge, and experiences. Our company offers challenging and rewarding opportunities thanks to the nature of the work we perform, strongly promoting professional development, training, health & safety, and technological advancement. Throughout our recruitment process, we select individuals based on our core values, which helps us achieve alignment and ensures everyone is pulling in the same direction as a united team, giving our company incredible strength.

Tyler Bennett, CEO, Sigfusson Northern

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Real Challenges

We work on complex projects in some of Manitoba’s toughest terrain — perfect for your inner adventurer.

Great Compensation

Competitive salaries, minimum three weeks’ vacation, and excellent benefits for your hard work.

Positive Culture

We treat you as a person first and foremost, encouraging kindness, collaboration, and positivity.

Quality Training

Our training and professional development programs make sure you’re always learning and growing.


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Reporting to the General Foreman or Superintendent, the Site Foreman is responsible for the daily operations of an assigned crew while being directly responsible for safety, production and adherence to company policies and procedures. This is a remote and rotational based position on site that requires flexible working hours.

Reporting to the Trucking Dispatcher, the Class 1 Truck Driver is responsible for transporting freight of different sorts including dry van loads and overweight and over dimensional loads. This is a permanent, full-time position and will require a flexible working schedule.

Reporting to the Fleet Service Manager, the Heavy-Duty Mechanic is responsible for the maintenance of equipment and troubleshooting issues as they arise. The Heavy-Duty Mechanic will communicate with site personnel on a consistent basis to ensure the equipment is operating safely and efficiently. This role is on a rotational schedule where camp accommodations are provided, and there will be a day shift and night shift required.

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Challenge yourself at Sigfusson Northern. There’s no better place to grow your career.

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