How you can join the Mobilinx team, to help bring the Hurontario Light Rail Transit system to Mississauga and Brampton

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About Mobilinx

Mobilinx Hurontario General Partnership (Mobilinx) was awarded and signed the Design Build Finance Operate and Maintain (DBFOM) contract to build the Hurontario Light Rail Transit (HuLRT) system in Mississauga and Brampton in October, 2019. Mobilinx is a consortium, consisting of the following members and delivery partners:

Each partner has a stake in multiple joint ventures within the construction period and operational Term for the HuLRT

Building the team at Mobilinx

Since October of last year, our Human Resource Department has hit the ground running in the search to find local talent to join a growing team.

Our first step has been to build the team at Mobilinx head office, located at 110 Matheson Blvd. West in Mississauga. There are still some vacancies available. Next, we will look to hire our subcontractors as we approach major construction in 2021.

Check out all of our current career opportunities at:

Interested in working at Mobilinx?

Here are some career planning tips from the Mobilinx Human Resources Department to get you thinking about the construction sector:
  • Get to know yourself: Identify your vision, values and skills to craft a checklist to identify what you are looking for in a career.
  • Explore your occupational options: Explore your options and conduct research to gather more information about each potential role.
  • Evaluate your career options: Planning ahead will allow you to make formal decisions when evaluating your career options.
  • Take-action: Select which job aligns best with your qualifications and previous experience and apply.

How do I prepare my resume/application for a job at Mobilinx?

Step 1:

Research our company and specific job. Find out:

  • Research our company
  • Review the requirements and responsibilities for the roles that offer the best fit.
  • What are the key qualifications and skills?

Step 2:

Prepare your resume

  • A resume is a marketing tool that sells the skills and experiences that you have in your personal portfolio. A resume should tell stories about your work experiences, educational background and career objectives.

Step 3:

Prepare a cover letter

  • A cover letter is your introduction to a potential employer. It should be concise, well written and tailored to the company and job you are applying for. Your cover letter should give the employer an idea of who you are and highlight the skills you have to offer.
  • Resumes are retained on file for one year. In the event that a similar role is posted at a later date, applicants with appropriate skills, experience and education will be contacted.

Considerations in recruitment

  • Construction Schedule: In 2021 work will include road-widening, utilities relocation, track work and landscaping
  • Related experience
  • Years of experience in a similar role
  • Education (high school, college, university)

In 2022, the work will advance and new skills will be required. Stay in touch and keep an eye on our postings!

Six steps on how to prepare your resume

  • Review resume examples from your industry and incorporate some of the sector language into your own resume.
  • Resumes should have headers or sections that outline your career objectives, work experience, education, academic achievements and extra-curricular projects that may include your hobbies, volunteer work or special workshops or recent events you’ve attended to grow your experience.
  • Keep your resume clean and legible, Times New Roman or Calibri size 12-point font are most used and should remain consistent throughout your resume. Employers have only a short time to review your resume so it should be as clear and easy to read.
  • Make sure your contact information is up to date. You wouldn’t want to miss an interview opportunity because you added the wrong phone number or email address to your resume.
  • Highlight your top three or four most important achievements in each role you have held. You may want to consider including a separate “Achievements” or “Skills” section to highlight your accomplishments.
  • Proofread and edit your resume. You should undergo several rounds of proofreading to ensure that there are no spelling, punctuation or grammar errors. Spellcheck is a good friend.

Nine tips on how to prepare for an interview

  • Research the industry and company where you are going to have the interview. Be prepared to ask questions about the company and the industry when asked if you have any questions.
  • Clarify your “selling points” and reasons why you want the job. Prepare yourself to go into the interview with three to five key selling points about what makes you the best candidate for the position.
  • Practice makes perfect. Practice your interview to become more confident and convincing with friends, family or in front of a mirror.
  • Download and test videoconferencing software. Ensure other devices and/or software in the household are not depleting bandwidth to avoid connectivity issues.
  • Dress appropriately and professionally. Ensure the background is tidy and suitable.
  • The most frequently asked question in an interview is: “Tell me about yourself”. Take what you have learned about yourself and why this job is right for you. Every bullet point on your resume should tell a story.
  • Prepare for common interview questions. Think about what questions you are most likely to be asked. Google “Best Interview Questions,” to determine questions most likely to be asked during an interview.
  • Send a thank you email. Your email should refer to what you and the interviewer discussed.
  • Come with a salary expectation in mind, or at least a ballpark figure. Don’t worry about under evaluating or over-estimating your self worth. Companies typically understand the competition out there and are aware of industry typical rates and therefore will meet or exceed industry standards.

Questions to ask an interviewer

It’s important to go to an interview with a list of prepared questions. Potential questions have been provided below for your reference.

  • What are your expectations for the person who fills this role?
  • Do you anticipate those expectations to change over time?
  • What is a typical day like at [company name]?
  • Please describe the culture within the company (with examples)
  • What are the next steps in the interview process?

Opportunities at Mobilinx

Some of the roles we are currently searching to fill include, but are not limited to:

  • Traffic Quality Manager
  • Accounting Assistant
  • IT Desktop Support
  • Project Manager
  • Health & Safety Coordinator
  • Chief Accountant
  • Surveyor
  • Procurement Expeditor

Postings will be placed with Peel Community Benefit Network, the Mobilinx website as well as LinkedIn.

Examples of possible future positions would be Storekeepers, Project Coordinators, Quality Control Field Inspectors, Field Superintendents, Surveyors, Field Inspectors.

Click below for our current opportunities:

Current Opportunites

Join our team

If you’re passionate about transit and want to help build the Hurontario LRT, we want to hear from you. We are all about safety and collaboration, with a focus on delivering the best possible transit project to the community. We offer a competitive compensation package.

Please visit our job listings ( to find current job openings. Check the site often as new postings are frequently added.

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