CGIS has opened its facilities to engineering teachers and students looking for a hands-on valve workshop. We have designed and constructed a Control & Isolation Demonstrator (CID) available in our Vancouver office for those who want to take the classroom on-site. CID is a custom-made comprehensive flow loop that demonstrate how valves work and what makes them work well. If you are interested in booking a workshop at CGIS, please contact us.
CGIS is actively looking for bright, young minds that are ready to jump start their careers. For the past three years, we have participated in campus career fairs such as the BCIT Career Fair in Burnaby, BC and most recently, the UNBC career fair in Prince George, BC. Meet a CGIS employee and hear firsthand about their experience at working at CGIS.
At CGIS we have a thorough recruitment process to ensure we are identifying candidates where the best possible fit is present for both the candidate and organization. Outlined below is our recruitment process and what one can expect when applying to CGIS:
All candidate submissions are reviewed through our ATS; those that are considered potential for suitability are typically contacted within 2-3 weeks for a phone screen interview.Learn More
The phone screen interview is an initial introduction. The candidate is asked to share details of their experience and background and CGIS provides the opportunity for the candidate to learn about the position and culture.
At the first in-person interview, eligible candidates will meet one-on-one with their potential manager. Behavior based questions on skills and experience will be asked, and the manager will share details about day-to-day tasks and expectations of the role.Learn More
The second in-person interview involves the candidate and CGIS team members in a less formal setting. Candidates have the chance to meet some of the team, who in turn get to add their input into the decision-making process.
The final stage utilizes a number of testing tools which enable candidates to further showcase what they bring to the table. By reviewing these results, in conjunction with the interview experiences, we are able to assess who will be successful and identify what training will be needed.Learn More