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New Graduates in Chemical or Metallurgical Engineering – Environment and Geosciences

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New Graduates in Chemical or Metallurgical Engineering – Environment and Geosciences

Canadian New Graduates Program

Together, we create a more sustainable society. Be part of the change.

Join our Team!

SNC-Lavalin believes that the success of its teams depends, among other things, on the diversity of their experience. Graduates are essential to the success of our projects.

Are you ready to be part of a respected team with a solid reputation in the engineering industry? The New Graduate Program is waiting for you!

  • You will be paired with a "buddy" to help you learn.
  • You will be supervised, supported and listened to.
  • You will integrate collaborative and innovative teams.
  • You will participate in projects that are all more interesting than the others.
  • You will be trained, and you will be able to develop yourself in a stimulating environment, supervised by experienced people.
  • You will be part of a learning community.
  • You will be able to participate in networking events

Application Process:

By applying for this position, you will be considered for an opportunity in the Graduate Development Program. Please note that this is a multi-week recruitment process. Each application is carefully analyzed by a recruiter. Phone interviews will then be carried out with the candidates selected for the group, video interviews with a smaller number of candidates will follow. We will be able to confirm hires as soon as we obtain the confirmation of the number of positions available per group. Finally, new graduates will have the chance to integrate into their team before the start of the scheduled program in November of each year.

Why join our Environment & Geoscience group?

Preserving natural and built environments is as significant an investment for our clients' businesses as it is for the rest of the world. That's why we combine our know-how and decades of experience in each of our projects to maximize the benefits, not only for our clients, but also for the planet we all live on. Together, we can meet the challenges of sustainable development. Together, we are setting new standards of excellence. Together, the care and precision we bring to projects allows us to turn the impossible into reality.

We offer comprehensive environmental and geoscience services that improve the quality of our natural and built environment. Our environmental geoscience and materials engineers and scientists work on projects for customers within a wide range of industries, including infrastructure and transportation, industrial, petroleum and gas, energy and mining. We use cutting-edge approaches to obtain data and create sustainable solutions that serve the interests of our stakeholders and their communities. With our ability to offer a wide range of services, we help our clients complete projects that meet the challenges of sustainability while setting new standards of excellence in the field.

How you will contribute?

As an E.I.T. within the Environment & Geosciences group, you will join project teams for engineering, design and project management. Among other things, you will be involved in writing bids, you will participate in environmental impact studies, you will go onsite for samples and supervision, you will analyze datas, etc.

Disciplines you could work in:

  • Materials Engineering
  • Geotechnics and pavement design
  • Pavement surveying and testing
  • Acoustics and vibrations
  • Air Quality
  • Remediation of contaminated land
  • Climate change
  • Environmental Assessment


  • Have completed a university degree in either chemical or metallurgical engineering from a Canadian University within the last 12 months;
  • Sense of initiatives and resourcefulness;
  • Result-oriented;
  • Collaborative;
  • Client-oriented;
  • Innovative;
  • Integrity



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