Careers

We're Hiring!


As our recent announcement in the Construction Economist suggests, Hanscomb is on the lookout for professionals who want to make a difference for our clients at the planning stages of new projects. While we have offices across the country, we’re a tight-knit team of professionals with one common goal—to make the projects we’re involved in run smoothly from a cost perspective.

We’re interested in meeting new cost planning talent who want to explore a future with Hanscomb. While the job 
requirements vary from position to position, here’s what we generally look for:
  • A post-secondary diploma or degree in Architectural Science, Construction Engineering, or an applicable field
  • Canadian construction cost or time planning experience
  • An applicable designation—Canadian Institute of Quantity Surveyors – Professional Quantity Surveyor, Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors – Member, Professional Engineer, or another appropriate designation is perfect
  • A desire to work towards one of the above designations if you don’t already have one

We’re currently looking for Junior, Intermediate and Senior Consultants who specialize in:

 
Electrical, Mechanical, Architectural, Structural and Civil disciplines
Technical Advisory
Independent Certification
Construction Loan Monitoring

Successful candidates will be offered positions with competitive salary, bonus and benefit package in a dynamic, fast-paced environment. Candidates can apply to work in any Canadian Office.

Email us: hr@hanscomb.com

Please indicate which role you’re applying for, and be sure to include the location as well. Note that only selected candidates will be contacted for an interview.

 

Latest News

Statistics Canada's Fourth Quarter Non-residential Construction Price Indices are now available. The First Quarter Indices for 2017 will be released mid-May.  Click here to download a copy of Hanscomb's Escalation Watch.
Hanscomb Cost Consultant, Melissa Trautmann, is featured as a Professional Quantity Surveyors Future Leader in the Winter 2016 edition of the Construction Economist.
Statistics Canada's Third Quarter Non-residential Construction Price Indices were released on November 8th. The Second Quarter Indices will be released mid-February.  Click here to download a copy of Hanscomb's Escalation Watch.