Start your career with Keyera and help shape the future of energy.
Congrats, new grad!
So, you’ve finished your post-secondary education – congratulations! Now that you’re beginning to explore “What’s next?” in this new phase, it can be daunting to decide which of the many career paths are right for you. We’ve designed an exciting “New Grad" program to help make this decision process easier for you as you transition from post-secondary life to kickstarting your career.
We’re excited to offer this development opportunity for recent graduates who want to help Keyera shape our purpose of Connecting Energy for Life. Our unique program gives you the opportunity to bring your career to life with valuable work experience across different business teams designed to help grow your skillset and gain relevant workplace knowledge.
How our program works
Each year, we’ll permanently hire a handful of young professionals who have successfully completed their studies within the past 24 months. If you’re a successful candidate, you will work in rotational roles* related to your educational background. This means you’ll earn the benefits of being a full-time, permanent employee, while being able to sample different positions across our organization.
Over the course of three to four years, our group of new hires will have the rare opportunity to work in three separate roles across our organization. Time spent in each role will be 12 months in length. Once the rotational program is finished, you will be offered a full-time, permanent position related to your experience and education with Keyera to continue growing your career.
*Note: Few non-rotational New Grad roles are available depending on your area of study. Please refer to specific job postings for details.
Why this program is for you
Full-time, permanent employee benefits:
- Competitive salary
- Vacation days, plus eight flex days
- Two paid community service days
- Comprehensive benefits program
- Personal fitness account
- Each year all new grad hires will move through the program together
- Gain access to networking opportunities with other young professionals in different areas of the business
Mentorship and professional development opportunities:
- Improve your skillset and confidence through ongoing professional development and mentorship
- Work alongside highly skilled and experienced professionals within their departments
- Lead and contribute to innovative projects from concept to completion
Experience in rotational roles or non-rotational roles:
- Rotational roles alternate approximately every 12 months into a new area within a department. The benefit of this rotational structure includes:
- Well-rounded experiential learning
- Advanced skill development
- Opportunity to gain and provide new perspectives
- Non-rotational roles (such as Information Technology) differ by:
- Remaining in a similar role throughout their three-year term
- Having the opportunity to lead major projects within their department, and provide excellent project management experience
- Becoming experts in their line of work
- Develop new, innovative ways to improve our business
Anyone who has graduated from a post-secondary program within the past 24 months is eligible to apply. We recognize that finding professional work directly after graduation can be difficult, and therefore have increased our graduation period to accommodate.
Each job posting will indicate if the role is rotational or non-rotational in the position description. If you cannot locate the information in the job posting or have any additional questions, please contact [email protected] for support.
Due to the requirements set forward by APEGA, EITs require additional working experience before they are able to acquire their P.Eng. For this reason, all EIT roles will be four-years in length and will start with a 24 month rotation. This allows for additional time to build a foundational knowledge base before moving into new rotations.
Absolutely! Due to our hiring practices, we can only consider applicants who submit an application for each role, meaning you will need to submit individual applications to each position you are interested in applying for.
New Grad positions will typically be posted on our Current opportunities page in January of each year, and close early to mid-February. Specific closing dates will be listed on each job posting.
Please direct any and all questions to [email protected]
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