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Careers

Anchor Rebar Supply Inc. produces high quality infrastructure products made from reinforcing bar. We turn this commodity into a product through our skilled workforce and specialized automated equipment that allows us to precisely bend and cut bar to industry standards while meeting and exceed our customers’ expectations. If you are interested in a career that reinforces the future of Canadian infrastructure apply to our employment opportunities below.

Anchor is an equal opportunity employer. We believe that attitude makes the difference, that’s why we are committed to hiring driven individuals with a positive ‘can do’ attitude that are keen to be part of our growing and progressive team.

Accessibility accommodations are available for all parts of the recruitment and selection process. Applicants are requested to make their needs known in advance.

Check Anchor Concrete for career opportunities at our sister company.



REBAR FABRICATOR

Like to work with your hands? Apply to Anchor Rebar Supply for the opportunity to be a part of a cutting edge team that works every day to reinforce the future of Canadian infrastructure.

Duties include working with state of the art equipment to shear, bend and tie reinforced steel into preassembled cages, caissons and other shapes for our customers. In the past our cages have helped to build bridges for the new 407 extension, overpasses, signage and lighting for highway 417 in Ottawa and generating station bases for point pleasant wastewater treatment plant.

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We offer a competitive compensation package commensurate with experience, a comprehensive benefit package, a pension plan and ample opportunity for personal & professional growth.  If you would like to contribute to a high energy and innovative team, send your resume and cover letter to:

Anchor Rebar Supply Inc.,
1645 Sydenham Road, Kingston, Ontario K7L 4V4
Attention: Human Resources, or Fax (613) 546-4540
or email: imageforparagraph

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