Be a part of the beginning team to build and operate this multi-generational asset that is the heart and soul of Red Lake now and into the future.
Reporting to the Mining Supervisor, the successful candidate will work 2 week in and 2 weeks out rotation and will safely and efficiently carryout development work operating 2 boom and 1 boom jumbo drilling rigs, mine material and install ground support all while following safe work procedures to provide overall production and safe target support for the Madsen Red Lake Mine team.
The focus of this role will include:
- Follow safe working practices and site safety guidelines
- Achieve production and development targets by operating equipment to undertake drilling activities in a safe and efficient manner
- Assist with other areas of operation within the cycle program,
- Utilize mobile equipment and tools with due consideration for safety and environmental issues
- Work collaboratively with geological and the survey team
- Mark up faces in accordance with geological and survey specification.
- Install all types of ground support
- Utilize reliable and accurate operational and practical knowledge to minimize downtime and potential loss of production
- Maintain work area with excellent standard of housekeeping and hazard identification system
- Other duties as assigned
Skills and Experience:
- Experience in underground hard rock mining
- Minimum of 2 years of experience
- Must have Underground common core modules supporting Job classification (U0089)
- Ability to read and understand designed prints and plans
- Be physically fit to work underground
- Ability to work independently
- Excellent proven team player approach to work
- Valid driver’s license
- High School Diploma an asset
Madsen Red Lake Mine is an equal opportunity employer who appreciates all those interested in working on this exciting project.
Please apply by sending your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org - those short-listed will be contacted. Please reference Job Number PGM19-0012 and the job title.
This posting closes on October 15, 2019.