North Warning System

North Warming System LogoInuit Training Development Plan

Our Inuit Training Development Plan actively recruits, provides development and training opportunities to registered Inuit beneficiaries for employment on the North Warning System.

About

The North Warning System is a joint United States and Canadian radar system that includes 47 radar sites spanning the Arctic from Labrador to the Alaska border. The system has the capability to detect airborne threats across North America's polar region, providing command and control capability to the Canadian Air Defence Sector of the North American Aerospace Defence Command.

Raytheon Canada Limited (RCL) is responsible for the operation and maintenance of the North Warning System. Employee development is one of the core principles of the company’s corporate culture.

Apply

To apply for the program, please visit: https://jobs.raytheon.com/search-jobs/NWS?orgIds=4679&kt=1

Contact

For more information about the program, please email: Inuit@Raytheon.com
 

Inuit Training Development Plan Details

 

Inuit Beneficiary Leadership Development Program

INUIT BENEFICIARY LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
Employee development is important to Raytheon Canada Limited. The Leadership Development Program provides training and courses to Inuit beneficiary RCL staff in a managerial role.

 

Apprenticeship Program

APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM
If you are an Inuit beneficiary and are looking to earn a vocational license, our Apprenticeship Program can help you. The hours you work will go towards getting your license.

 

Trainee Program

TRAINEE PROGRAM
We offer a trainee program to Inuit beneficiaries that provides on the job training while completing courses to enhance your skills. You will be placed in a variety of roles on the North Warning System. Our mentors provide feedback and support with your education and professional development goals.

"The Trainee Program advanced my career by allowing me to work with and learn from established professionals. I was provided with support and training to ensure I could succeed." - Joseph Okpik-Cutten

 

Cooperative Education Placement Program

COOPERATIVE EDUCATION PLACEMENT PROGRAM
The Cooperative Education Placement Program provides Inuit beneficiary students hands-on experience working on the North Warning System. A co-op placement can occur during the summer months or a semester off at one of our Logistical Support Sites: Inuvik, Cambridge Bay, Hall Beach, Iqaluit or Goose Bay, the Contractor Management office in Ottawa or our North Warning System Support Centre in North Bay.

 

Inuit Owned Company Mentorship Program Community Recruitment

INUIT OWNED COMPANY MENTORSHIP PROGRAM COMMUNITY RECRUITMENT
Inuit Owned Companies (IOC) are key to delivering products and services to the North Warning System sites. If you would like to learn more about:

  • Bidding on sub-contracts;
  • Bidding on other government work;
  • Mentorship program; and
  • Annual IOC conferences – learn more about dates and attending.