Average Early-Career Civil Engineering Technologist with Engineering Design Skills Hourly Pay in Victoria, British Columbia

C$25.55
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C$2,250
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The average hourly pay for an Early-Career Civil Engineering Technologist with Engineering Design skills in Victoria, British Columbia is C$25.55.
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C$0 - C$26
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C$0 - C$2,250
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C$45,450 - C$55,062
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What Do Civil Engineering Technologists Do?

Civil Engineering Technologist Tasks
  • Provide construction observation and technical support services from design to construction of projects.
  • Interpret construction plans in order to better communicate with management and respond to client inquiries.
  • Coordinate with the project manager, clients, and contractors.
  • Assist in drafting designs, plans, specifications, and estimates.

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What Are Popular Skills for Civil Engineering Technologists?

Employees with Civil Engineering Technologist in their job title in Vancouver, British Columbia earn an average of 17.4% more than the national average. These job titles also find higher than average salaries in Edmonton, Alberta (9.1% more) and Calgary, Alberta (2.0% more). The lowest salaries can be found in London, Ontario (13.9% less), Toronto, Ontario (13.9% less) and Ottawa, Ontario (9.6% less).