Join our growing and dynamic team at Women Building Futures! 

Women Building Futures (WBF) is undergoing an exciting growth phase to bring our programs and services to “any woman, anywhere” in Canada interested in a career in the trades. In order to successfully deliver on this ambitious growth, we are looking for a number of talented, passionate and solution-oriented individuals to join our dynamic team.

We are currently hiring for the following opportunities:

Indigenous Engagement Coach • 14 Month Contract

The Women Building Futures Indigenous Engagement team is looking for a life skills coach to support our engagement of Indigenous women applying to our programs. This position has several key responsibilities to execute on a daily basis such as providing engaging, interactive lessons that will teach life skills and the abilities that the students need to succeed. Lessons such as basic money management, written and verbal communication skills, resume writing etc. are essential parts of a life skills curriculum. Along with these skills, building relationships with our students is essential to this program’s success. To read the full job description, please click here.

Recruitment Advisor

Women Building Futures is dedicated to moving women forward in their personal and professional lives. Based in Edmonton, the Recruitment Advisor will conduct information sessions and workshops locally and throughout Alberta to create awareness of the opportunities available for women in non-traditional fields such as oil & gas, construction, road-building and mining. In addition, this role is crucial in the candidate assessment and selection process for WBF programming. Please click here for the full job description.

Indigenous Engagement Advisor

We are looking for a self-motivated, independent, team player to engage, recruit and enroll Indigenous students into WBF programs. This includes coordinating and facilitating workshops, opportunities for women in construction awareness sessions, and conducting interviews in Indigenous communities and the Edmonton area, as well as guiding potential students through the application process. Experience working with FNMI organizations and communities – specifically working with Indigenous women who may experience barriers to learning and employment will be a key factor to success. To read the full job description please click here.

Women Building Futures only accepts applications through online submission. To apply, please send your cover letter and resume to for consideration. We thank all candidates for their interest however, only short listed candidates will be contacted.