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Maintainer, UGD Millwright
Rio Tinto, Yellowknife, NT
Underground Fixed Plant Millwright Be part of a group that is safety driven and values inclusionJoin an encouraging leadership group, committed to your growth and developmentRole based at the Diavik Diamond Mine, Lac de Gras, NTAbout the roleAll progress begins with pioneers. At Rio Tinto, it begins with you. We are looking for an Underground Millwright to be part of our Underground Fixed Plant Asset Management department. 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Environmental Engineer/Project Manager
PTAG, Yellowknife, Fort Smith, Northwest Territories, XA
PTAG is currently seeking an Environmental Engineer/Project Manager, Yellowknife. PTAG is focused on supporting our clients and partners in addressing environmental challenges and creating opportunities for growth and sustainable development. We are looking for a highly motivated Environmental Engineer with excellent technical and interpersonal skills to work with our talented team in delivering outstanding service to our clients. This role will be based out of our Yellowknife office and will require travel to client or project sites as needed. Location : Yellowknife, NWT Type of Employment : Contract Responsibilities: Provides team & technical leadership in the areas of contaminant sourcing, pathway and receptor evaluations, remedial and risk management action plans and long-term operation and compliance monitoring. Executes on projects including Phase I (One), Phase II (Two) and remedial options review, remediation, risk assessment, and environmental due diligence. Manages complex tasks related to major projects and works with multi-disciplinary teams, including other engineers, hydrogeologists, risk assessors, biologists, scientists as well as multiple contractors and subcontractors. Managing projects from proposal generation to the delivery of quality reports. Develops and maintains a project plan and ensures projects are successfully delivered on time and within budget. Implementing processes and approaches (e.g., project management, quality program) to ensure that schedule, cost, and quality objectives for project deliverables are achieved. Developing strong client relationships, provides ongoing dialogue over the course of a project and ensures client’s needs are communicated and successfully delivered upon. Leading or contributing to the development of regulatory submissions, including NWT Water Board Land Use Permits and Water Licenses. Liaising with regulatory agencies, government agencies, stakeholders, industry representatives, and Indigenous peoples and businesses. Assisting in the mentoring and development of junior and intermediate staff with respect to environmental assessment, contaminated sites, and project management services. Promoting and maintaining a positive work environment through a culture of teamwork and cooperation within the office, region, and between other areas of the organization. Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Engineering or related field. You have a minimum five years of experience, including two within a consulting role. Professional registration as a P.Eng. with NAPEG. You have experience engaging with clients and managing projects in northern and remote areas. Proficient with supervising contractors and subcontractors would also be an asset. Ability and willingness to conduct site visits and field work, which can sometimes be conducted in remote locations, adverse outdoor conditions (hot summer or cold winter days, derelict buildings, construction, contaminated sites). Able and willing to occasionally work during non-regular business hours, including weekends. Excellent organizational skills, communication skills and attention to detail. Northern groundwater site assessment and monitoring experience. Northern mine remediation experience. Understanding of the NWT Land and Water Boards processes (Water Licensing and Land Permitting). Understanding of the Mackenzie Valley Environmental Impact Review Board processes (Environmental Assessment). An understanding of the ecological and socio-economic realities of the North. PTAG is growing and seeking professionals who want to join a fast paced, innovative, and team-oriented Program Management Firm. We are driven to help our clients find opportunities for consistent and constant improvements of their Capital and Sustainable Programs. PTAG is a Registered Provider of the Construction Industry Institute which underscores our commitment to help the Power & Utilities, Oil & Gas, Chemical, Mining and Heavy Infrastructure sectors achieve increased project certainty, productivity, and desired outcomes. We are seeking likeminded professionals who want to join us on our journey to build lasting, and value-driven relationships with our clients.
Environmental (Eng/PM) Yellowknife
PTAG, Yellowknife, NT
PTAG is currently seeking an Environmental Engineer/Project Manager, Yellowknife. PTAG is focused on supporting our clients and partners in addressing environmental challenges and creating opportunities for growth and sustainable development.We are looking for a highly motivated Environmental Engineer with excellent technical and interpersonal skills to work with our talented team in delivering outstanding service to our clients.This role will be based out of our Yellowknife office and will require travel to client or project sites as needed.Location: Yellowknife, NWTType of Employment: ContractResponsibilities: Provides team & technical leadership in the areas of contaminant sourcing, pathway and receptor evaluations, remedial and risk management action plans and long-term operation and compliance monitoring. Executes on projects including Phase I (One), Phase II (Two) and remedial options review, remediation, risk assessment, and environmental due diligence. Manages complex tasks related to major projects and works with multi-disciplinary teams, including other engineers, hydrogeologists, risk assessors, biologists, scientists as well as multiple contractors and subcontractors. Managing projects from proposal generation to the delivery of quality reports. Develops and maintains a project plan and ensures projects are successfully delivered on time and within budget. Implementing processes and approaches (e.g., project management, quality program) to ensure that schedule, cost, and quality objectives for project deliverables are achieved. Developing strong client relationships, provides ongoing dialogue over the course of a project and ensures client’s needs are communicated and successfully delivered upon. Leading or contributing to the development of regulatory submissions, including NWT Water Board Land Use Permits and Water Licenses. Liaising with regulatory agencies, government agencies, stakeholders, industry representatives, and Indigenous peoples and businesses. Assisting in the mentoring and development of junior and intermediate staff with respect to environmental assessment, contaminated sites, and project management services. Promoting and maintaining a positive work environment through a culture of teamwork and cooperation within the office, region, and between other areas of the organization.Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Engineering or related field. You have a minimum five years of experience, including two within a consulting role. Professional registration as a P.Eng. with NAPEG. You have experience engaging with clients and managing projects in northern and remote areas. Proficient with supervising contractors and subcontractors would also be an asset. Ability and willingness to conduct site visits and field work, which can sometimes be conducted in remote locations, adverse outdoor conditions (hot summer or cold winter days, derelict buildings, construction, contaminated sites). Able and willing to occasionally work during non-regular business hours, including weekends. Excellent organizational skills, communication skills and attention to detail. Northern groundwater site assessment and monitoring experience. Northern mine remediation experience. Understanding of the NWT Land and Water Boards processes (Water Licensing and Land Permitting). Understanding of the Mackenzie Valley Environmental Impact Review Board processes (Environmental Assessment). An understanding of the ecological and socio-economic realities of the North.PTAG is growing and seeking professionals who want to join a fast paced, innovative, and team-oriented Program Management Firm. We are driven to help our clients find opportunities for consistent and constant improvements of their Capital and Sustainable Programs. PTAG is a Registered Provider of the Construction Industry Institute which underscores our commitment to help the Power & Utilities, Oil & Gas, Chemical, Mining and Heavy Infrastructure sectors achieve increased project certainty, productivity, and desired outcomes. We are seeking likeminded professionals who want to join us on our journey to build lasting, and value-driven relationships with our clients.
Journeyperson Field Heavy Equipment Technician - Ekati Mine Site
Finning, Yellowknife, NT
Company:Finning Canada Number of Openings: 8Worker Type:PermanentPosition Overview:Join the Finning Canada family, part of the world's largest Caterpillar dealer. We are currently looking for a dedicated Heavy Duty Mechanic who will be responsible for the field troubleshooting, maintenance, and repair of a variety of Caterpillar mining products.This position will work a 21 days on/21 days off temporarily due to Covid-19, 12-hour continuous shift rotation. If you are a safety conscious team player, self-motivated, detail-oriented and possess your Journeyperson Heavy Equipment Technician certification with a valid driver's license, then you are exactly who we are looking for!Job Description:Troubleshoot and repair Caterpillar and Non Caterpillar equipmentPerform field diagnosis and field running repairsUtilize Caterpillar SIS and ET dailyComplete technical documentation (service reports, warranty, crossover notes)Interact with customers, sales support, and the rest of the Finning teamWork with the Customer Team Leads on various tasks as requiredQualifications:Interprovincial Heavy Equipment Technician (HET) CertificationValid driver's license with a successful recent drivers abstractSafety conscious team player with excellent organizational, interpersonal, and communication skills with a high attention to detailStrong field troubleshooting skills on the Caterpillar mining product line is requiredCompletion of Finning S-Levels, Failure Analysis, Machine Electronic Controls, or Tier 4 training would be considered an asset793 C/D/F, 16/18 M & M3 and D10T. C4.4, C15, C32 and XQ2000 Genset machine and engine experience would be considered an assetPrevious experience with Caterpillar equipment/engines would be considered an asset Engine and/or component rebuilding experience would be considered an asset Transmission or Hydraulic testing would be considered an asset Must comply with Customer's site access requirements HMS Training and experience would be an assetC-175 product course would be an assetNote:This position will work a 14 days on and 14 days off, day/night 12-hour continuous shift rotation.Currently site is working 21x21 because of Covid-19. Customer f lights are provided out of Calgary, Yellowknife and Hay RiverAny future shift changes that may occur will be made in accordance with the terms and conditions of the Collective Agreement Candidate selection will be in compliance with the terms of the current collective agreement W e are committed to diversity at Finning, to building and sustaining a diverse and inclusive workforce and as an equal opportunity employer we encourage applications from all qualified individuals. Finning does not discriminate against applicants based on genders, races, national and ethnic origins, religions, ages, sexual orientation, marital and family status, and/or mental or physical disabilities.
Pump Jack Mechanic
Fluor Driver Inc., Norman Wells, Inuvik, Northwest Territories, XEV
Summary: JVD Installations Inc. provides a unique solution to the turnaround, maintenance, and construction needs of the petrochemical industry. Our goal is to provide innovative solutions that lower construction and maintenance costs while maintaining excellence in safety and quality and thus providing a lower total cost of ownership for our clients. Responsibilities: Perform general pump jack maintenance including pump jack alignments, rod rotator changes, motor change outs, and belt changes. Operation of 5-ton picker trucks Work with various discipline trades and assist where required May perform other related duties as assigned. Requirements: Must have previous industrial construction experience Must be Mechanically inclined Must possess a valid form of government issued photo identification Must have demonstrated ability to work under minimal supervision. Work Conditions: Shift Rotation: 15/13 Project site located in Norman Wells, NWT Charter flight from Edmonton provided Camp accommodations provided Work will be primarily outdoors in various weather conditions. Powered by JazzHR BS8Yfp5VfY
Assistant Branch Manager
BMO Financial Group, Yellowknife, NT
Address:480 B Range Lake RoadJob Family Group:Retail Banking Sales & ServiceBe BMO's Assistant Branch Manager in Yellowknife, NWT where you'll become the 2nd in command working alongside the Branch Manager to lead the front line sales and service team along with supporting on branch operational engagements and initiatives.Join and lead this buzzing team who are serving communities with terrific service and providing outstanding banking solutions to achieve above standard service and branch recognition!Guides, directs, and coaches employees to deliver exceptional service to BMO customers and prospects. Understands the needs of BMO customers or prospects to provide sales and service in the best interests of the customer. Advises customers on products and strategies that meet their financial objectives. Identifies and makes referrals to other business groups. Supports sales and customer service activities to meet strategic customer experience and profitability goals in compliance with legal and regulatory requirements and the Bank’s policies and processes.Fosters a culture aligned to BMO purpose, values and strategy and role models BMO values and behaviours in all that they do.Ensures alignment between values and behaviour that fosters diversity and inclusion.Regularly connects work to BMO's purpose, sets inspirational goals, defines clear expected outcomes, and ensures clear accountability for follow through.Builds interdependent teams that collaborate across functional and operating groups to create the highest value for all stakeholders.Attracts, retains, and enables the career development of top talent.Improves team performance, recognizes and rewards performance, coaches employees, supports their development, and manages poor performance.Probes to understand customer personal banking and credit card needs and integrates marketing promotions and programs into customer conversations to provide strategic advice in the best interests of the customer.Coordinates service requests and problem resolution processes to ensure accurate completion and follow-up that meets or exceeds customer expectations, or escalates for resolution.Develops and maintains a network in the community to enhance the Bank’s visibility and builds a strong referral source for new potential business.Supports the Bank’s community involvement and participates in community activities.Resolves customer related issues using knowledge of bank services, products, and processes.Fulfills sales and service activities for the customer in accordance with approved procedures.Provides input into area business and market plans to optimize new and existing business opportunities within the community.Establishes relationships with business partners (e.g. CDC, MasterCard, Symcor, etc.) to maintain knowledge of interdependent systems and related policies and procedures.Reviews results and performance measures against plans and standards (e.g. sales targets, service targets, referral targets) to address gaps and develop plans.Analyzes data and information to provide insights and recommendations.Provides technical training and support to branch employees to maintain operational and sales effectiveness and recommends improvements.Manages transactional outcomes for customer calls or defers to appropriate internal business groups.Resolves complex or unresolved customer situations or escalates to the next higher manager for resolution.Maintains current knowledge of personal banking and credit card industries, practices, and trends and integrates into customer conversations.Builds effective relationships with internal/external stakeholders.Maintains the confidentiality of customer and Bank information.Identifies and reports suspicious patterns of activity that are suspected to be related to money laundering.Complies with all legal and regulatory requirements for the jurisdiction.Focus may be on a business/group.Thinks creatively and proposes new solutions.Exercises judgment to identify, diagnose, and solve problems within given rules.Works mostly independently.Broader work or accountabilities may be assigned as needed.Qualifications:Typically between 3 - 5 years of relevant experience and post-secondary degree in related field of study or an equivalent combination of education and experience.1-3 years of banking or customer service/sales or equivalent experience.Previous supervisory or management experience - preferred.General knowledge of retail banking products and services.General knowledge of applicable regulations, audit standards, and related policies, procedures, and directives.Working knowledge of competitive marketplace and trends in product offerings.Working knowledge of branch operational processes and policies.Working knowledge of branch technologies, processes, and performance metrics.Specialized knowledge from education and/or business experience.Verbal & written communication skills - In-depth.Collaboration & team skills - In-depth.Analytical and problem solving skills - In-depth.Influence skills - In-depth.We’re here to helpAt BMO we are driven by a shared Purpose: Boldly Grow the Good in business and life. It calls on us to create lasting, positive change for our customers, our communities and our people. By working together, innovating and pushing boundaries, we transform lives and businesses, and power economic growth around the world.As a member of the BMO team you are valued, respected and heard, and you have more ways to grow and make an impact. We strive to help you make an impact from day one - for yourself and our customers. We’ll support you with the tools and resources you need to reach new milestones, as you help our customers reach theirs. From in-depth training and coaching, to manager support and network-building opportunities, we’ll help you gain valuable experience, and broaden your skillset.To find out more visit us at https://jobs.bmo.com/ca/en.BMO is committed to an inclusive, equitable and accessible workplace. By learning from each other’s differences, we gain strength through our people and our perspectives. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process. To request accommodation, please contact your recruiter.
Assistant Branch Manager
BMO, Yellowknife, NT
Address: 480 B Range Lake RoadJob Family Group:Retail Banking Sales & ServiceBe BMO's Assistant Branch Manager in Yellowknife, NWT where you'll become the 2nd in command working alongside the Branch Manager to lead the front line sales and service team along with supporting on branch operational engagements and initiatives.Join and lead this buzzing team who are serving communities with terrific service and providing outstanding banking solutions to achieve above standard service and branch recognition!Guides, directs, and coaches employees to deliver exceptional service to BMO customers and prospects. Understands the needs of BMO customers or prospects to provide sales and service in the best interests of the customer. Advises customers on products and strategies that meet their financial objectives. Identifies and makes referrals to other business groups. Supports sales and customer service activities to meet strategic customer experience and profitability goals in compliance with legal and regulatory requirements and the Bank's policies and processes.Fosters a culture aligned to BMO purpose, values and strategy and role models BMO values and behaviours in all that they do.Ensures alignment between values and behaviour that fosters diversity and inclusion.Regularly connects work to BMO's purpose, sets inspirational goals, defines clear expected outcomes, and ensures clear accountability for follow through.Builds interdependent teams that collaborate across functional and operating groups to create the highest value for all stakeholders.Attracts, retains, and enables the career development of top talent.Improves team performance, recognizes and rewards performance, coaches employees, supports their development, and manages poor performance.Probes to understand customer personal banking and credit card needs and integrates marketing promotions and programs into customer conversations to provide strategic advice in the best interests of the customer.Coordinates service requests and problem resolution processes to ensure accurate completion and follow-up that meets or exceeds customer expectations, or escalates for resolution.Develops and maintains a network in the community to enhance the Bank's visibility and builds a strong referral source for new potential business.Supports the Bank's community involvement and participates in community activities.Resolves customer related issues using knowledge of bank services, products, and processes.Fulfills sales and service activities for the customer in accordance with approved procedures.Provides input into area business and market plans to optimize new and existing business opportunities within the community.Establishes relationships with business partners (e.g. CDC, MasterCard, Symcor, etc.) to maintain knowledge of interdependent systems and related policies and procedures.Reviews results and performance measures against plans and standards (e.g. sales targets, service targets, referral targets) to address gaps and develop plans.Analyzes data and information to provide insights and recommendations.Provides technical training and support to branch employees to maintain operational and sales effectiveness and recommends improvements.Manages transactional outcomes for customer calls or defers to appropriate internal business groups.Resolves complex or unresolved customer situations or escalates to the next higher manager for resolution.Maintains current knowledge of personal banking and credit card industries, practices, and trends and integrates into customer conversations.Builds effective relationships with internal/external stakeholders.Maintains the confidentiality of customer and Bank information.Identifies and reports suspicious patterns of activity that are suspected to be related to money laundering.Complies with all legal and regulatory requirements for the jurisdiction.Focus may be on a business/group.Thinks creatively and proposes new solutions.Exercises judgment to identify, diagnose, and solve problems within given rules.Works mostly independently.Broader work or accountabilities may be assigned as needed.Qualifications:Typically between 3 - 5 years of relevant experience and post-secondary degree in related field of study or an equivalent combination of education and experience.1-3 years of banking or customer service/sales or equivalent experience.Previous supervisory or management experience - preferred.General knowledge of retail banking products and services.General knowledge of applicable regulations, audit standards, and related policies, procedures, and directives.Working knowledge of competitive marketplace and trends in product offerings.Working knowledge of branch operational processes and policies.Working knowledge of branch technologies, processes, and performance metrics.Specialized knowledge from education and/or business experience.Verbal & written communication skills - In-depth.Collaboration & team skills - In-depth.Analytical and problem solving skills - In-depth.Influence skills - In-depth.We're here to helpAt BMO we are driven by a shared Purpose: Boldly Grow the Good in business and life. It calls on us to create lasting, positive change for our customers, our communities and our people. By working together, innovating and pushing boundaries, we transform lives and businesses, and power economic growth around the world.As a member of the BMO team you are valued, respected and heard, and you have more ways to grow and make an impact. We strive to help you make an impact from day one - for yourself and our customers. We'll support you with the tools and resources you need to reach new milestones, as you help our customers reach theirs. From in-depth training and coaching, to manager support and network-building opportunities, we'll help you gain valuable experience, and broaden your skillset.To find out more visit us at https://jobs.bmo.com/ca/en .BMO is committed to an inclusive, equitable and accessible workplace. By learning from each other's differences, we gain strength through our people and our perspectives. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process. To request accommodation, please contact your recruiter.
GCOOP/Internship - Construction Field Technician
Rio Tinto, Yellowknife, NT
COOP/Internship - Construction Field Technician Rio Tinto was named Canada’s Top 100 Employer and one of Canada’s Top Employers for Young People for 3 consecutive yearsGet real work experience at one of the largest mining and metal companies in the world, focused on security and inclusion valuesWork with the newest technology and innovation, in an environment where we challenge you to drive positive changeWe are offering an 8-month internship opportunityopen to Mining Engineering students at our Diavik Diamond Mine in the Northwest Territories. This opportunity is from January-August 2022.About the roleReporting to the Project Engineer and Survey Supervisor, the Construction Field Technician student will be an integral part of the Diavik Project delivery team.The Construction Field Tech COOP student will have an opportunity to provide both survey and quality control functions for the construction of the processed kimberlite containment facility dam raise and the progressive reclamation of the site’s waste rock pile:Survey responsibilities may include quantity surveys, layout, and field supervision of a large scale earthworks project.Quality control functions may include materials testing, crush production stockpiling QC, earthworks construction QC.Interface and coordinate with Construction, Engineering, and Operations personnel to track and control daily activities in accordance with design details and specifications.Actively participate in site safety and quality control/survey processes.About you To be successfully considered for this role, you will be registered in an accredited engineering COOP program and must have the following qualities:Highly self-motivated;Outstanding organizational and participative skills;Excellent communication skills are required to liaise with consulting engineers, contractors and management;Have a valid driver’s license;Previous experience on a mine site is an asset but not necessary;Previous experience with GPS survey and material testing is an assetExperience with drafting software such as Civil 3D or similar would be an assetWhat’s on offer  A work environment where safety is always the number one priority A competitive salary An ambitious, exciting and rewarding experience Opportunity to build relationships with the Rio Tinto team and community A great chance to prepare yourself to join our Graduate Development ProgramWhere you will be workingThe Diavik Diamond Mine, in Canada’s Northwest Territories, is located on a 20 square kilometer island, called East Island, in Lac de Gras, a lake located 300 kilometers northeast of Yellowknife. It is 100 kilometers north of the tree line and 210 km south of the Arctic Circle. Workers at the mine site commute to the island by plane.Our diamonds from Diavik are stunning white gems, produced to the highest possible standards of safety and integrity. At Diavik, the safety of our people is our number one priority. We will never compromise this. Having all of the people who come to our mine site return home to their families and loved ones at the end of every roster or visit is our number one goal.The schedule is currently a 3 weeks on /3 weeks off rotation that includes working weekends and holidays. The rotations consist of 12-hour daily shifts. You are flown in/out of the Diavik site for your shifts and all accommodation and meals are included in camp. Pick up location options currently are Halifax, Toronto, Winnipeg, Edmonton, Vancouver and Yellowknife.Every Voice Matters At Rio Tinto, we particularly welcome and encourage applications from Indigenous Peoples, women, the LGBTQIA2 community, mature workers, people with disabilities and people from different cultural backgrounds. We are committed to an inclusive environment where people feel comfortable to be themselves. We want our people to feel that all voices are heard, all cultures respected and that a variety of perspectives are not only welcome - they are essential to our success. We treat each other fairly and with dignity regardless of race, gender, nationality, ethnic origin, religion, age, sexual orientation or anything else that makes us different. We are seeking to increase the diversity across our operations in order to improve equal opportunity outcomes for our employees and encourage female applicants to apply. Applications close on Friday October 8th (Rio Tinto reserves the right to remove advertised roles prior to this date). Applications received will be assessed over the following weeks. Please note, in order to be considered for this role you must answer all pre-screening questions. All progress begins with pioneers - at Rio Tinto, it begins with you. 
COOP/Internship - Construction Field Technician
Rio Tinto, Yellowknife, NT
COOP/Internship - Construction Field Technician Rio Tinto was named Canada’s Top 100 Employer and one of Canada’s Top Employers for Young People for 3 consecutive yearsGet real work experience at one of the largest mining and metal companies in the world, focused on security and inclusion valuesWork with the newest technology and innovation, in an environment where we challenge you to drive positive changeWe are offering an 8-month internship opportunity open to Mining Engineering students at our Diavik Diamond Mine in the Northwest Territories. This opportunity is from January-August 2022.About the roleReporting to the Project Engineer and Survey Supervisor, the Construction Field Technician student will be an integral part of the Diavik Project delivery team.The Construction Field Tech COOP student will have an opportunity to provide both survey and quality control functions for the construction of the processed kimberlite containment facility dam raise and the progressive reclamation of the site’s waste rock pile:Survey responsibilities may include quantity surveys, layout, and field supervision of a large scale earthworks project.Quality control functions may include materials testing, crush production stockpiling QC, earthworks construction QC.Interface and coordinate with Construction, Engineering, and Operations personnel to track and control daily activities in accordance with design details and specifications.Actively participate in site safety and quality control/survey processes.About you To be successfully considered for this role, you will be registered in an accredited engineering COOP program and must have the following qualities:Highly self-motivated;Outstanding organizational and participative skills;Excellent communication skills are required to liaise with consulting engineers, contractors and management;Have a valid driver’s license;Previous experience on a mine site is an asset but not necessary;Previous experience with GPS survey and material testing is an assetExperience with drafting software such as Civil 3D or similar would be an assetWhat’s on offer  A work environment where safety is always the number one priority A competitive salary An ambitious, exciting and rewarding experience Opportunity to build relationships with the Rio Tinto team and community A great chance to prepare yourself to join our Graduate Development ProgramWhere you will be workingThe Diavik Diamond Mine, in Canada’s Northwest Territories, is located on a 20 square kilometer island, called East Island, in Lac de Gras, a lake located 300 kilometers northeast of Yellowknife. It is 100 kilometers north of the tree line and 210 km south of the Arctic Circle. Workers at the mine site commute to the island by plane.Our diamonds from Diavik are stunning white gems, produced to the highest possible standards of safety and integrity. At Diavik, the safety of our people is our number one priority. We will never compromise this. Having all of the people who come to our mine site return home to their families and loved ones at the end of every roster or visit is our number one goal.The schedule is currently a 3 weeks on /3 weeks off rotation that includes working weekends and holidays. The rotations consist of 12-hour daily shifts. You are flown in/out of the Diavik site for your shifts and all accommodation and meals are included in camp. Pick up location options currently are Halifax, Toronto, Winnipeg, Edmonton, Vancouver and Yellowknife.Every Voice Matters At Rio Tinto, we particularly welcome and encourage applications from Indigenous Peoples, women, the LGBTQIA2 community, mature workers, people with disabilities and people from different cultural backgrounds. We are committed to an inclusive environment where people feel comfortable to be themselves. We want our people to feel that all voices are heard, all cultures respected and that a variety of perspectives are not only welcome - they are essential to our success. We treat each other fairly and with dignity regardless of race, gender, nationality, ethnic origin, religion, age, sexual orientation or anything else that makes us different. We are seeking to increase the diversity across our operations in order to improve equal opportunity outcomes for our employees and encourage female applicants to apply. Applications close on Friday October 8th (Rio Tinto reserves the right to remove advertised roles prior to this date). Applications received will be assessed over the following weeks. Please note, in order to be considered for this role you must answer all pre-screening questions. All progress begins with pioneers - at Rio Tinto, it begins with you. 
COOP/Internship - Construction Field Technician
Rio Tinto, Yellowknife, Any
COOP/Internship - Construction Field Technician \r\n\r\nRio Tinto was named Canada's Top 100 Employer and one of Canada's Top Employers for Young People for 3 consecutive years\r\nGet real work experience at one of the largest mining and metal companies in the world, focused on security and inclusion values\r\nWork with the newest technology and innovation, in an environment where we challenge you to drive positive change\r\n\r\nWe are offering an 8-month internship opportunity open to Mining Engineering students at our Diavik Diamond Mine in the Northwest Territories. This opportunity is from January-August 2022.\r\nAbout the role\r\nReporting to the Project Engineer and Survey Supervisor, the Construction Field Technician student will be an integral part of the Diavik Project delivery team.\r\nThe Construction Field Tech COOP student will have an opportunity to provide both survey and quality control functions for the construction of the processed kimberlite containment facility dam raise and the progressive reclamation of the site's waste rock pile:\r\n\r\nSurvey responsibilities may include quantity surveys, layout, and field supervision of a large scale earthworks project.\r\nQuality control functions may include materials testing, crush production stockpiling QC, earthworks construction QC.\r\nInterface and coordinate with Construction, Engineering, and Operations personnel to track and control daily activities in accordance with design details and specifications.\r\nActively participate in site safety and quality control/survey processes.\r\n\r\nAbout you \r\nTo be successfully considered for this role, you will be registered in an accredited engineering COOP program and must have the following qualities:\r\n\r\nHighly self-motivated;\r\nOutstanding organizational and participative skills;\r\nExcellent communication skills are required to liaise with consulting engineers, contractors and management;\r\nHave a valid driver's license;\r\nPrevious experience on a mine site is an asset but not necessary;\r\nPrevious experience with GPS survey and material testing is an asset\r\nExperience with drafting software such as Civil 3D or similar would be an asset\r\n\r\nWhat's on offer \r\n\r\nA work environment where safety is always the number one priority \r\nA competitive salary \r\nAn ambitious, exciting and rewarding experience \r\nOpportunity to build relationships with the Rio Tinto team and community \r\nA great chance to prepare yourself to join our Graduate Development Program\r\n\r\nWhere you will be working\r\nThe Diavik Diamond Mine, in Canada's Northwest Territories, is located on a 20 square kilometer island, called East Island, in Lac de Gras, a lake located 300 kilometers northeast of Yellowknife. It is 100 kilometers north of the tree line and 210 km south of the Arctic Circle. Workers at the mine site commute to the island by plane.\r\nOur diamonds from Diavik are stunning white gems, produced to the highest possible standards of safety and integrity. At Diavik, the safety of our people is our number one priority. We will never compromise this. Having all of the people who come to our mine site return home to their families and loved ones at the end of every roster or visit is our number one goal.\r\nThe schedule is currently a 3 weeks on /3 weeks off rotation that includes working weekends and holidays. The rotations consist of 12-hour daily shifts. You are flown in/out of the Diavik site for your shifts and all accommodation and meals are included in camp. Pick up location options currently are Halifax, Toronto, Winnipeg, Edmonton, Vancouver and Yellowknife.\r\nEvery Voice Matters \r\nAt Rio Tinto, we particularly welcome and encourage applications from Indigenous Peoples, women, the LGBTQIA2 community, mature workers, people with disabilities and people from different cultural backgrounds. \r\nWe are committed to an inclusive environment where people feel comfortable to be themselves. We want our people to feel that all voices are heard, all cultures respected and that a variety of perspectives are not only welcome - they are essential to our success. We treat each other fairly and with dignity regardless of race, gender, nationality, ethnic origin, religion, age, sexual orientation or anything else that makes us different. \r\nWe are seeking to increase the diversity across our operations in order to improve equal opportunity outcomes for our employees and encourage female applicants to apply. \r\nApplications close on Friday October 8 th (Rio Tinto reserves the right to remove advertised roles prior to this date). Applications received will be assessed over the following weeks. \r\nPlease note, in order to be considered for this role you must answer all pre-screening questions. \r\nAll progress begins with pioneers - at Rio Tinto, it begins with you.Salary: . Date posted: 09/11/2021 07:10 AM