Field Positions (general Applications), Sudbury, Cementation Canada

Published 2022-11-25
Expires 2022-12-25
ID #1277897866
Field Positions (general Applications), Sudbury, Cementation Canada
Canada, Ontario, Sudbury,
Published November 25, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Field positions (general applications)

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Field Positions
Cementation is an underground mine contracting and engineering company. We build mines. Structured to deliver design-build solutions for technically challenging projects, our people build world class shaft sinking and mine development projects. Our work requires a team approach where respect is expected and innovation is encouraged as long as safety is not compromised.
Being an employer of choice in the mining industry has always been a mainstay of our mission statement, and Cementation is proud to have been selected as one of Canada's Top 100 Employers for seven years.
At Cementation we respect experience; we get excited about potential.
We are currently accepting resumes for the following positions located at various current and future projects with Cementation:

Safety Coordinator
Project Controls Manager
Project Controller
Shaft Superintendent
Development Superintendent
Project Engineer
Shaft Engineer
Alimak- Wingman
Shaft Technician

Shift Boss
Surface Labourer
Hoist Operator
Construction Leader
Construction Miner
Shaft Leader
Shaft Miner
Long Hole Driller
Development Leader
Development Miner
Hoist/Shaft Mechanic
Hoist/Shaft Electrician
Mobile Mechanic

Supporting a Diverse and Inclusive Workforce
At Cementation Americas, we believe in diversity and inclusion. We recognize the benefits of a diverse and inclusive workforce and we strive to provide a work environment that is respectful to all employees. One of our core values as a company is giving employees every opportunity to succeed - this starts with treating everyone with dignity and respect and valuing the unique contribution of every employee.
We encourage applications from people of diverse backgrounds and candidates for employment will be assessed in a non-discriminatory manner. In addition to career development training, all employees are provided with diversity and inclusion training. As a team, we will continue to grow and learn together.
We offer a competitive compensation package for our employees, including a generous group benefits plan, and we are committed to providing training and development for all employees.

How to Apply:
Start your application today by following this link https://cementationjobs.applicantpool.com/jobs/. Alternatively resumes can be emailed to [email protected] or faxed to 705-472-0078. When submitting your resume, please include a copy of your relevant qualifications including trade certificates and Ontario Common Core.
Thank you for your interest in Cementation.

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