WolfTrek Corp. is an Indigenous owned and operated company
offering comprehensive Indigenous staffing and Technical staffing solutions for all your operations & maintenance, construction, and management needs.
Our people-first culture and dedicated hands-on team allows us to meet all our client’s staffing needs with the highest-quality workforce available. WolfTrek Corp. works to ensure a solid foundation upon which our people can build a career and execute our partner’s work with excellence. We provide our people training, coaching and on the job mentoring, job showing, competitive salaries, exposure to multiple projects and different types of work. Read More
WolfTrek Corp. saves our partners time and money by:
- Attracting & retaining top quality talent
- Provides all employees and subcontractors with industry-leading benefits
- Bearing all advertising and recruiting costs
- Pre-screening to ensure we find your right fit
- On-the-job training to quickly scale-up skills
- Providing one invoice for all WolfTrek Corp. staff
- We offer fully equipped trucks, tools, HSE equipment and cleaning products ensure staff arrive ready to work.
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WolfTrek Corp. believes that Indigenous people deserves every opportunity to begin and grow on a rewarding career path. We pride ourselves on supporting our employees with job experience, career planning, and training. We work with partners, Nations, and Indigenous Groups to identify career and employment opportunities for our Indigenous people. Read More
WolfTrek Corp. provides a comprehensive solution to all your Technical and Shutdown needs. We take a collaborative approach to understanding our client’s key milestones, with a focus on cost and scope management, and exceptional customer service driven by our people-first culture where respect and integrity is at the core of all we do. Read More
Though we work in many parts of the Country, our head office is located in Calgary; we acknowledge that we live, work, and play on the traditional territories of the Blackfoot Confederacy (Siksika, Kainai, Piikani), the Tsuut’ina, the Îyârhe Nakoda Nations, the Métis Nation (Region 3), and all people who make their homes in the Treaty 7 region of Southern Alberta.