• ATCO Recognized as Top Employer

    At ATCO, our global team is united by shared values, a commitment to excellence, and the desire to make an impact. For the third consecutive year, we’re honoured to be recognized as one of Canada’s Top Employers for Young People and among one of Alberta’s Top 80 Employers in 2024 by the Canada’s Top 100 Employers project. 

    Read on to learn how ATCO is leading the way in the employment space! 

    Canada’s Top Employers for Young People 
    “ATCO does a really good job not just giving you the opportunities, but they give you the knowledge to make decisions for what you need,” says Connor Doane, a Communications Advisor at ATCO. “They’re constantly coming to employees saying, ‘this is what we offer, here’s where you can learn more, here’s a webinar.’”

    For our younger team members, we are proud to offer mentorship programs, financial wellness sessions, and hands-on training. As a well-established company that’s leading the way in global renewable energy, modular construction, and ESG initiatives, working at ATCO opens doors to a diverse range of skills and opportunities for young people embarking on their careers. 

    Interested in joining the team? Check out our latest opportunities. 

    Alberta’s Top 80 Employers 
    At ATCO, we believe in going beyond the call of duty when it comes to supporting our customers, our communities, and our fellow ATCO teammates. 

    Some key points that caught the attention of the Canada’s Top 100 Employers judges during this year’s competition include ATCO’s:

    • Annual benefits program where employees can access up to $3,000 for individual mental health services. 

    • Annual EPIC (Employees Participating in Communities) charitable giving campaign which has raised nearly $54 million since the program’s inception in 2006.  

    • Family Fire Relief Program of 2023, which gave employees impacted by the Northern Wildfires access to emergency funds, temporary accommodations, and counselling support.  

    “ATCO is a recognized and respected brand in Alberta. When I am not working, it is easy for me to represent ATCO since their core values align with my own,” says Janessa Schimmel Hatfield, Advisor, Wellness, supporting ATCO’s Human Resources division, “Working for ATCO in Alberta means living out their core values in my personal life even when no one is watching.” 

    Rümi, a subsidiary of ATCO, also secured a spot in the Alberta’s Top Employers list once again, standing out for diversity, ongoing personal development, and their commitment to collaboration. 

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