Job Opportunities

With divisions and affiliates of Design Group Staffing Inc.

  • Design Group Staffing
    Provides staffing solutions for Engineering, Technical and Technical Sales roles in Construction, EPCM, Manufacturing, Mining, Oil & Gas and Architectural & Design, as well as for specialist roles in Property Development and Property Management.
  • Inteqna
    Provides staffing solutions for Information Technology and Finance & Accounting roles.
  • Talentcor
    Provides staffing solutions for Administrative Professionals, Light Industrial, Sales & Marketing, Customer Service, Human Resources, Legal, Skilled Trades and Procurement roles.
  • Project Search Group
    Provides retained search services for highly competitive environments with demanding responsibilities including Executives, business leaders and sales representatives.

Quick Facts about Edmonton

  • Edmonton is Canada’s Festival City, welcoming visitors to more than 30 festivals each year.
  • The city’s river valley is North America’s largest urban park, offering opportunities for recreation all year.
  • West Edmonton Mall has more than 800 shops, 100 eateries, and nine world-class attractions.
  • Old Strathcona is one of Canada’s top shopping districts and offers a variety of dining and night life.
  • Fort Edmonton Park is Canada’s largest living history museum

Design Group Staffing Inc.

Design Group Staffing Inc. was founded in 1976, with its head office located in Edmonton, Alberta. The company employs over 250 recruitment specialists and 360 staff in total. From Victoria to Halifax, our 26 offices, 38 branches, in 19 cities across 6 provinces; means that we understand industry challenges that are unique to each region. 


We have earned membership into Canada’s 50 Best Managed Companies Platinum Club for the past 14 years, one of the country’s most elite business designations.

Stories about Working in Edmonton

  • Come Give Us a Try - Joanne Beaton Story has video
    Joanne Beaton loves doing business in Edmonton.
  • Dinosaurs! - Aaron Krywiak & Ryley Paul Story has video
    Wait...is that a dinosaur tooth?!
  • Keeping Busy in Edmonton - Andrea Ryan
    I have known Edmonton my whole life. I was born here, I attended university here, I got married here. During this time, I have lived both in Edmonton and in its surrounding communities, and I love it.
  • Room to Grow - Collette Featherstone
    I was born and raised in Edmonton, and though I’ve traveled the world, there’s just something about this city that always pulls me back.
  • The Future's Wide Open - David Long
    My plane touched down at the Edmonton International Airport on a chilly evening in December 2005. It was a world away from the gentle dusting of snow we’d get in Brighton, England, where I’m from.

Stories about Living in Edmonton

  • An Unusual Move - Roman Doshchak
    Obviously moving to Edmonton is a little bit unusual for someone who had it as good as I did.
  • Downtown Surprise - Lauren Ladner User submitted story
    Of course, living on the busiest street of downtown Edmonton meant that life was always moving, and Jasper Avenue provided all the charms of that energetic downtown lifestyle.
  • My Edmonton - Kat Flannery User submitted story
    It is here, I can be a part of the world that lived so long before me. It is where I can bring my children to learn the history of Edmonton.

Stories for Spouses and Children

  • Book + Dog = Reader - Rachel Sentes
    I watched a boy – he was around 12 – who’d never seen this before. There were about 5 dogs in the room. His mom was pushing him. And he’s going “Ah no, too old for this.” Too manly, you know.
  • Field Trip - Adrianne Thomson
    We were trying to figure out where in Canada we should live. And then I remember being somewhere in the McKernan area and seeing all these little kids from a daycare out on a field trip.
  • My Love Affair With the Library - Crystal Driedger User submitted story
    Regardless of the weather, there is a crowd waiting for the door to open. When my son sees the library he lights up the same way he lights up when he sees Grandma’s house. He laughs, claps and starts making the ASL sign for “book.”

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