We know that our people are our strength, and we place a priority on helping develop skills, knowledge and abilities. Work experiences, training and development programs will ensure that you can meet your career and professional development goals, while working and learning from some of the most experienced people in the natural resources sector.
Each of our operations and office locations provides programs to support the development of quality supervisory and leadership skills in our employees. Together, we are aiming to develop a common understanding of leadership at Teck.
The objective of this program is for every employee at Teck to have a great supervisor.
Leading for the Future is targeted to those who are currently supervising employees on the front line of Teck's business. At many sites, this translates to titles such as Foremen, Senior Foremen, Seniors, Team Leaders, and Supervisors.
The objective of this program is to set ourselves up for long-term excellence.
Leading for Excellence is aimed at people who are currently managing other managers. At many sites this translates to Superintendents, Managers and General Foremen etc.
At Teck we believe that every employee deserves a great supervisor. With this in mind, our Leadership Development programs were created for anyone who manages people at Teck.
Leadership Programs cover a number of topics important to all levels of leadership. Topics and areas of study include, leadership development, succession planning, personal development and interpersonal communications.
Launched in 2007, Teck’s Emerging Leaders program seeks to develop the capacities of employees who are on a track to reaching key senior positions in the company. The program aims to:
If you are looking for a technical career, then consider working at one of our research facilities. We have research facilities in Toronto, Vancouver and Trail, B.C.
Our long history of technical excellence is evident in the many innovative technologies that our people have developed.
Teck has a technical career progression that will develop your ability to apply basic scientific knowledge, resolve technical problems and participate in the enhancement and development of new products and technologies.
If you thrive in an environment where becoming a technical specialist and influencing the technical direction of the company appeals to you, then talk to us about career opportunities.
Apprentices at Teck's Canadian operations work in a variety of trades training programs, including heavy-duty mechanic, millwright and electrician. Through an innovative program developed by Teck and the College of the Rockies, trades apprentices are indentured by the College, allowing them to gain practical experience at Teck's steelmaking coal operations as well as with other employers in the region.