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  • ATCO Recognized as Top Employer

    At ATCO, our outstanding global team is brought together by shared values, a commitment to excellence, and a determination to step up and do the work that matters, whenever and wherever we’re needed. It’s these hallmarks of who we are that have won ATCO recognition, for the second consecutive year, as one of Canada’s Top Employers for Young Peopleand one of Alberta’s Top 75 Employers in 2023.

    These designations are organized by the Canada’s Top 100 Employers project, an organization dedicated to recognizing employers across Canada that offer exceptional workplaces for their team members.

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


    Canada’s Top Employers for Young People

    “The benefits and services offered by ATCO are amazing. The benefits program alone allows employees to tailor their benefits to suit their lifestyle to maximize the benefit,” says Morgan Bergeron, a Senior Analyst with ATCO’s Facility Operations & Maintenance team. “Above this, ATCO’s Senior Leadership is committed to investing in their employees and promoting growth personally and professionally.”

    We are proud to offer the younger members of the ATCO team a mentorship program, as well as paid internships and co-op term opportunities for students. As a long-established and trusted company that’s leading the way in the global renewable energy, modular construction, and ESG spaces, working at ATCO provides a wide breadth of opportunities and new skills on offer for young people starting out in their careers.

    Interested in joining the team?  

    Alberta’s Top 75 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 EPIC (Employees Participating In Communities) charitable giving campaign where ATCO provides time for employees to volunteer in the community and matches donations to any registered health or wellness charity. 

    • Well-being @ ATCO initiative that provides employees access to mental, physical, and social well-being programs, challenges and activities. 

    • Continuous commitment to learning for all employees, from paid internships and formal mentoring to tuition subsidies for courses at outside institutions, to leadership development programs and subsidies for professional accreditation.

    When asked about what ATCO’s continued success as a top employer means to her, Andrea Furman, Manager, Project Services, supporting ATCO’s Natural Gas division, says “I am proud to work for ATCO and be part of an organization that gives back to the communities in which it operates. What excites me about my role? The people. I believe that we have some of the brightest, most innovative, and hard-working individuals in the industry—I’m excited to be part of a forward-thinking company that is leading change!”

    Rümi, a subsidiary of ATCO, who officially launched in June 2021, also once again made the list of Alberta’s Top 75 Employers. Some key factors that stood out for the business include their diversity, ongoing personal development advancements, and commitment to collaboration. “Positive employee experience and Customer Obsession are keys to our success” says Sarah Francis, Vice President, People and Customer Engagement. “They are what helps drive our purpose of making people happy by making it easier for everyone to love the places they live or work.”