We’re Hitting the Road with the TELP and EIT Program

Are you a recent graduate from university or a technical college interested in building your career in a technical field? The BC Ministry of Transportation & Infrastructure is seeking recent graduates to join us in a variety of positions across the Province of British Columbia in our Technician Entry Level Program (TELP) or Engineer in Training (EIT) program.

Wondering how you can learn more about our TELP or EIT opportunities?

Come on out and join us during one of our information sessions! We’re hitting the road and bringing our passion for all things transportation to a school near you.

Here’s our schedule:TELP Road show
We hope that you can make it out and learn more about how the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure is a great place to build your career. See you soon!

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  1. Is this program applicable for the internationally trained professionals with experience but working towards P.Eng designation?

    • Hi Lalit. Yes, the program is open to internationally trained professionals as long as your education is accredited in Canada/BC. The correct place to confirm that would be with APEGBC (Association of professional engineers and geoscientists of BC). Hope that this helps~

      • Sorry to hear that Alicia. We did connect with the hiring lead and were informed that they were in the process of reviewing applications and will be notifying applicants once decisions have been made.

    • Hi Chris,
      The TELP/EIT road show has already been and gone in Victoria, but there is still time to apply as the competition is open until midnight on February 9th, 2014. Hope that this helps!

  2. I am interested,in both TELP and /or EIT ,I have Bs.c degree in civil engineering and experience in roads,bridges,utilities,infrastructure ,and residential/commercial building,also I almost completed Construction Operation Program in BCIT and enrolled in BERM Program( Building Energy Resources Management)at Douglas Coolage .