Careers

At Volant, we believe in doing the right things for the right reasons and continuously strive to improve the health, safety and environmental contributions that our products and services make to the well construction process.  Specializing in casing system installation, we’re focused on transforming the way oil, gas and geothermal wells are constructed by improving safety, efficiency and well integrity.  Deeply rooted in technology, our capabilities derive from designing and manufacturing equipment that makes our customers work safer, easier and more productive by removing people from harm’s way, advancing industry practices, and reducing environmental impacts during the well construction process and for the life of the well.

We know that people are more valuable than things and that strong and effective teams are key to our success.  We value contribution from every employee and leverage accountability, in a context of trust, to create an atmosphere where everyone can learn, grow and be respected.  We are seeking passionate individuals who are committed to innovation, quality, safety and a collaborative work environment.

Junior Project Engineer-In-Training | Edmonton, Alberta

Junior Project Engineer-In-Training

Posted On: August 8, 2022

Job Location: Edmonton, Alberta

Competition Number: VOL-22-50

Job Type: Full-Time, Permanent

Competition Closing: August 31, 2022

Your role with us:

Reporting to the Manager, Mechanical Design, the Junior Project Engineer in Training will focus on SolidWorks part and assembly modelling and drafting in accordance with internal standards, creating product documentation and supporting Engineering PLM (Product Lifecycle Management) activities. You will also assist in the areas of conceptual design, in house and field validation testing, detailed product feeding and product launch activities. As a project manager, you will be responsible to manage the project team and execution of the New Product Development (NPD) process.

You will bring to the role:

  • Bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering is required.
  • Registration with APEGA (EIT) is required.
  • 2-4 years of experience in mechanical design is preferred.
  • Strong understanding of fundamental engineering principles, a keen scientific curiosity and enthusiasm for exploring challenges and initiatives.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, organizational skills and attention to detail with strong analytic and problem-solving skills.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite or related software.
  • A relevant master’s degree is an asset.

What we offer you:

  • A culture that values you, your collaboration, and your expertise
    • Mentoring opportunities
    • Training and Development program
  • Medical, Dental and Vision Benefits that include Health and Wellness Spending Accounts
  • A company matching Group Retirement Savings Plan
  • An Employee and Family Assistance plan
  • On-site Parking

    Interested? Apply Today

    Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.


    CNC Machinist | Edmonton, Alberta

    CNC Machinist

    Posted On: July 22, 2022

    Job Location: Edmonton, Alberta

    Competition Number: VOL-22-48

    Job Type: Full-Time, Permanent

    Competition Closing: August 9, 2022

    Your role with us:

    Reporting to the Production Supervisor, the CNC Machinist is required to set-up and perform machining operations based on production requirements and to specifications and tolerances of engineering drawings. The CNC Machinist calculates dimensions and tolerances using knowledge of mathematics and uses measuring instruments such as micrometers and vernier calipers to measure parts. Also operates and maintains a variety of machine tools including computer numerically controlled (CNC) machine tools to perform precision, machining operations such as, turning and milling, boring, drilling, and other operations. If you are committed to accuracy and producing high quality work with a continuous improvement philosophy, please submit your application.

    This role is an afternoon shift Monday –Thursday from 4:30 pm – 3:00 am.

    You will bring to the role:

    • 5 years of related CNC machining experience including set up, programming and operating of a CNC machine
    • Familiarity with measuring techniques and the ability to read and interpret engineering drawings
    • Experience programming/set up on Mazak equipment preferred.
    • Certified journeyperson machinist is an asset
    • Candidates will be required to complete an internal programming test.

    What we offer you:

    • A culture that values you, your collaboration, and your expertise
      • Mentoring opportunities
      • Training and Development program
    • Medical, Dental and Vision Benefits that include Health and Wellness Spending Accounts
    • A company matching Group Retirement Savings Plan
    • An Employee and Family Assistance plan
    • On-site Parking

      Interested? Apply Today

      Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.