Merit Services provides specialized experts for all levels of work in mining industry. We take care of feasibility and maintenance while you experience consistent and effective staffing solutions.

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  • Confined Space Rescuer and Attendants
  • Underground Miners
  • Health and Safety Manager and Representatives
  • Lab Technicians
  • Mine Planners
  • Mill Managers


Oil & Gas

Merit Services takes pride in offering staffing solutions for one of the world’s biggest sectors in terms of dollar value. Oil and Gas industry employs hundreds of thousands of workers worldwide and generates hundreds of billions of dollars globally each year. To contribute towards this industry and, ultimately towards national GDP, Merit Services offers staff for positions including:

  • Drilling Engineers/ Drilling Supervisors/Drillers
  • Sub-sea Engineers
  • Subsurface and Completions Engineers
  • Pipeline and Piping Engineers
  • Offshore Maintenance Technicians

and several others…



Construction is one of the leading industries in Canada employing more than 1.2 million men and women. The construction sector is made of up numerous skills and each skill has its unique set of training requirements.

The Engineering and Construction sector is undergoing major transformation by adopting new technologies and increasing demand for more skilled professionals. Skilled trades play an important role in the construction economy and our society. With plenty of skilled trade careers to choose from in the construction industry, there are plenty of opportunities available to suit many interests.

Some of the key jobs in demand that contribute to the construction workforce are:

  • Project Managers
  • Architects
  • Field Engineers
  • Structural Engineers
  • Health & Safety Managers
  • BIM Technicians
  • Welders and Electricians
  • Carpenters
  • Masons
  • Glaziers
  • General Labor
  • Construction Labor

and so on…



The drive to maintain the pharmaceutical industry remains high, with efforts to grow the industry to $25 billion by 2021. In order to succeed in these prospects, the development of new medicine, R&D, and clinical trials, each contribute heavily to the pharmaceutical market growth. With Ontario leading the way in the number of pharmaceutical companies, the current jobs in demand are:

  • Pharmacists
  • Laboratory Analysts
  • Quality Manager and Auditors
  • Quality Control Lab Managers
  • R&D Technicians
  • Marketing Managers

and many more…



The Canadian marine industry is among the largest contributors to the Canadian economy.
Mariner sector is a mix of commercial and defense activities and thus, offers numerous job opportunities. Therefore, Merit Services provides experience professionals to get the job done right on time. Some of current jobs in demand are:

  • Custom Officer
  • Deck Cadet
  • Deck Officer
  • Engineer Officer
  • Marine Pilot
  • Marine Surveyor
  • Merchant Mariners

and a lot more…



The Recycling industry is deeply embedded within Canadian roots, established as a significant player working towards sustainable development. In order to continue to preserve the health of our country, the recycling giants require sophisticated recycling procedures to help support the manufacturing industry’s usage of recycled materials to produce steel, aluminum, copper, and of course – paper. In addition, with Canada’s on-going plans to protect the environment, recycling is one of the key practices to adopt. To protect future generations, support is needed in the following occupations:

  • Recycling Sorters and Operators
  • Sustainability Consultants
  • Waste and Recycling Analysts
  • Environmental Planners
  • Energy and Sustainability Analysts

and several more…


Information Technology

Every year is a big year for technology and with the current advancements in Artificial Intelligence (AI), block Chain, full-Stack development, eCommerce, and cybersecurity, these specialized areas call for specialized individuals. These tech professionals will help transform the automation of business practices such as finance, marketing, human resources. In addition, the development of apps to better serve individuals on the go, the integration of augmented reality within these very apps, and the convergence of multiple technologies, will set the base for 2019’s innovation in tech.

Just to give you an idea some of the available jobs in the market are:

  • Computer Systems Managers
  • Software Engineers
  • Information Systems Analysts
  • Product Design Engineers
  • Database Analysts
  • Full-stack Developers

and more…


Finance & Banking

Data is becoming increasingly important, as well as the move towards digitalizing banking. In order to align itself with the consumer’s increasing need for readily accessible banking, while personalizing banking and financial services based on demographics, values, and lifestyles, the finance and banking sector relies heavily on data analysis, AI, and open application programming interfaces (API). Although tech is spreading its wings in every industry, there is still a need towards transforming core business practices, structures, and talent to complement the extensive changes. Some of the in-demand jobs are:

  • Statisticians
  • Data Analysts
  • Financial Plannings
  • Business Development Analysts
  • Banking and Credit Managers

and a lot more…


Pulp & Paper

The Pulp and Paper industry could be understood as one of the largest industries worldwide, served by major players in North America, Europe, and East Asia. At this point in the industry lifecycle and its prospects, there is a need for stable increases in productivity with hints of progressive growth. As such, talent in this area will act as a strategic powerhouse to help redefine the business of paper in the times where the internet has progressed to levels where it stands as a competitor. However, there is still consistent demand to fulfill the levels of packaging materials required by eCommerce businesses. Some positions to keep an eye on are:

  • Millwrights
  • Production Coordinators
  • Chemical Process Engineers
  • Mechanical Engineers

and several others…


Food & Beverages

Considered to be the second largest industry based on its production levels, the food and beverage industry requires constant review of food safety in order to maintain transparency and integrity. With an increasing demand to diversify and differentiate in order to adapt to the changes in consumer preferences, this competitive marketing must deal with the rising costs while maintaining its innovative efforts. Some jobs to look out for are:

  • HACCP Professionals
  • Shippers/Receivers
  • Machine Operators
  • Sales and Marketing Professionals

and a lot more…



With Canada’s active role in developing huge beauty products and brands, ranging from makeup, skincare and fragrance, the cosmetic industry is currently striving towards the creation of natural based products to align with the trend in going greener. Also, by enhancing individuality, beauty brands are transforming their products to cater to a wide variety of age groups, genders and skin tones to provide a sense of personalized beauty. To help support these initiatives, some of the hottest jobs are:

  • Cosmetic Formulators
  • R&D Lab Managers
  • Product and Brand Managers
  • Beauty Advisors
  • Marketing & Public Relations Managers

and more…



In order to cater to new markets and remain stable within existing sectors, the current trends call for innovation, the adoption, and integration of new technologies within the manufacturing industry. To stay competitive, there is a need to develop and utilize advanced machinery that requires the support of a skilled workforce where a background in research, trades, programming, engineering, and designing is an asset. Some of the key jobs that contribute to Canada’s 1.7 million manufacturing workforce are:

  • General Labor
  • Welders
  • CNC Machinists
  • Electricians

and so on…

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