construction roles on Edmonton ERF

Building a talent pool

Opportunities to support this project during the construction phase will be available through a talent pool.

How the talent pool will work:
  1. Candidates completes the registration form and where qualifications match site requirements, candidate are added to the talent pool

  2. When sub contractors require supplementary workers at various stages of the project they will search the talent pool

  3. Where your skills match work available, the NRL team will notify you

Edmonton ERF under construction at Edmonton EcoPark

Building the future

Once operational, the 78 megawatt ERF will continue to use the waste of 2 million local residents to generate energy.

Supply will power up to 127,000 houses, as well as heat up to 60,000 homes.

Part of the North London Heat and Power Project, the initiative will continue to allow North London Waste Authority to divert waste from landfill.

Apply for the talent pool

If you're interested in joining the talent pool to hear about the latest roles on this project and support the construction work, then we'd love to hear from you.


Just some of the disciplines and expertise we’re looking to add to the project talent pool:

Apprentice, Chargehand, Mechanical, Electrical, Driver/Operator, Scaffolding, Health and Safety, Fabrication, Inspection, Rope Access, Piping, Project Control, Rigging, Plating, Welding, HVAC, QA and QC.

More about this project:

You can find the latest information on this project by visiting our dedicated project website.

  • ​NRL helped ensure I fully understood the NAECI working practices and how my pay would be calculated. The staff are extremely easy to talk to and answer any queries either face to face with regular site visits or over the...
    Steve Ashcroft

    Contractor on TeesREP

  • ​I've worked with NRL on and off doing electrical work for over 30 years. Throughout this time I have always found them professional and easy to work with, and would recommend them to any contractor looking for a new role....
    Alan Young


  • I am pleased and proud to have worked for NRL on a number of projects. They are very professional, whoever they engage with. Highly recommended.
    Gary Muir


community support on the Edmonton ERF project

Building an inclusive workforce

NRL are committed to driving inclusivity and diversity, so welcome applications from people from all walks of life.

We hold the Inclusive+ Recruiter certification from the Association of Professional Staffing Companies (APSCo), and are signatories of the Armed Forces Covenant and Social Mobility Pledge.

Your application will be treated with the utmost respect and consideration, and you're welcome to discuss any reasonable adjustments with our team.

Logo texture

Meet the project team

Our team are always on hand to help with about questions you may have about this project.

  • Jessica Neil

    Jessica Neil

    Compliance and Administration Assistant


  • Greg Compton

    Greg Compton

    Group Director


  • Phil Rooke

    Phil Rooke

    Projects Manager


  • Jay Smallwood

    Jay Smallwood

    Compliance and Administration Consultant