• Story 4 – Tahltan Central Government

    Hailey Carlick Beck

    Red Chris Mine

    Originally from Terrace, British Columbia, Hailey’s first job was at Terrace Motors Toyota. When she was 19, Hailey moved to Vancouver for school, enrolling at Langara College to study Psychology. She continued to work part-time in the automotive industry, at Acura and then McLaren.  Hailey works with Newcrest as a Community Relations Intern for Red Chris Mine.

  • Story 1 – Tahltan Central Government

    Clements Brace


    Clements Brace is a full-time Guardian with the Tahltan Central Government. He assists in wildlife protection, climate change and biological monitoring and the inspection of mineral exploration sites. Before joining the TCG, Clements worked as an outfitting guide. He is an avid hunter and provides meat and wood to Tahltan Elders. He is actively learning our language and sharing our Tahltan ways.

  • Story 2 – Red Chris Mine

    Vanessa McLean

    Equipment operator

    Vanessa McLean began her career working as a housekeeper at Galore Creek. One day an operator let her try one of the machines and she was hooked. Vanessa completed the ITA Heavy Equipment Operator Training and went off to work in Alberta’s oil and gas industry. In 2015, she returned home to start as a wiggle wagon operator at the Red Chris Mine. She quickly moved up to the 793’s.

  • Story 3 – Red Chris Mine

    Chantel Quock

    Environmental Technician

    Now Tahltan Project Environmental Coordinator and Senior Technician at Red Chris Mine, Chantel began her career as a summer student, working as an entry level assistant with Galore Creek. She began her studies with funding from the Tahltan Central Government and the Tahltan Band, then won scholarships from Red Chris. While working full time, Chantel took courses online and earned her Bachelor of Science in Environmental Practice from Royal Roads University.


Start your career

Find a career, not just another job. Join the Tahltan OnTrack website and discover Tahltan exclusive jobs – tailored to fit your life.

No matter where you live, no matter what education you have obtained to date, and no matter what job experience you have on your resume. Tahltan members can earn certification and qualifications for skills they have already developed, identify opportunities for education and training, and follow career building paths.


On the job training

Did you know that in the resource development industry there are employment opportunities where you can learn on the job? For example, you can be an electric shovel operator by starting as a mine operations labourer or you can be a mill control room operator by starting as a mill labourer. You can get a trade with an entry level position or you can go to school and become a geologist and work at an exploration site or active mine in Tahltan territory.

Career building

From an entry level position in mining you can become a highly skilled and well paid employee such as an underground miner, shovel operator, or mill control room operator without ever going to school or you can become a red seal journeyman or obtain a professional designation.


Did you know that from an entry level position in mining you can apply for apprenticeships or decide that you would like a post-secondary education and return to school and be supported by the Tahltan Central Government Education & Training funding program, Tahltan bursaries, your band, summer student programs, and co-op positions within the mining industry?

Discover opportunities

From Human Resources to Environmental Technician, from nurse to an oiler making sure the equipment runs smoothly, from community liaison to a trade in the warehouse, lab tech or electrician... the opportunities in Resource Development are endless.

  • Mountain Safety Technician

    2021-09-29 10:54:02

    Eskay Creek British Columbia

    Job Title: Mountain Safety Technician


    Position Summary:  The mountain safety technician position will work as a dedicated member of the site-based safety department to provide year-round safety support in our mountainous terrain.


    Position Responsibilities (including but not limited to):


    • Demonstrate social awareness, commitment and compliance with Skeena Resources opportunity sharing agreements, always showing a socially responsible behavior with the Community and with the Company.
    • Monitoring, tracking, and providing control for avalanche hazards on the project.
    • Training workers in mountain safety procedures and related equipment. 
    • Providing medical support to the project as a designated first aid attendant.
    • Assisting with environmental monitoring and sampling programs.
    • Providing field support and safety assistance to any group that will be working in remote areas.
    • Operate mobile equipment as needed on site.
    • Provide radio repeater management and maintenance.
    • Assisting in establishing and training a mine rescue team.
    • Assist with site safety program as needed.
    • Assist with warehouse duties as needed.
    • Assist with snow removal, and general camp labour as required.
    • All other duties related to the role.
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  • Staff Environmental Scientist, Water Resources

    2021-09-28 13:13:26



    ERM is seeking a Staff Environmental Scientist, Water Resources to join our team in Vancouver or Smithers, BC. As part of our integrated water management team (hydrology, hydrogeology, geochemistry, water quality), you will safely plan and execute field programs and manage and analyze datasets associated with hydrometric monitoring, topographic surveying, water sampling, meteorology monitoring, and geologic sampling, among others. The successful candidate will be highly organized, able to problem solve technical challenges in remote areas, and prepared to travel to projects across Canada and internationally. This is an excellent opportunity for a junior professional looking to advance his or her career level with a global sustainability leader.



    • Organize and implement monitoring programs, including hydrometric station installation, data logger programming, surveying and streamflow measurement, water sampling.
    • Compile, manage and assess hydrometric, climate, and water quality data.
    • Draft technical reports, or sections of reports, including environmental monitoring, environmental permitting, and impact assessments.



    • B.Sc. or technical diploma in engineering or water sciences.
    • 1 to 2 years of experience, including field experience.
    • Strong commitment to safety, including following established Health & Safety protocols.
    • Demonstrated ability to apply a high standard of scientific rigour to all projects and deliverables.
    • Demonstrated ability to work in a dynamic and fast-paced environment.
    • Ability to multi-task, maintain flexibility, travel, and work independently with minimal supervision.
    • Experience and interest in field work in remote locations under a variety of weather conditions.
    • Excellent problem-solving skills.
    • Effective written/verbal communication and organization/analytical skills; experience recording/writing detailed technical data and reports.
    • Demonstrated attributes to become a strong consultant – team player, eagerness to learn and grow, self-starter who takes initiative, versatile, and service-oriented mentality.
    • Valid driver’s license and good driving record.
    • French language skills an asset.



    Please follow the link to our careers site to apply below:


    Qualified candidates will be contacted by email. Based on review of these responses, shortlisted candidates will be invited for interviews. Thank you for your interest in ERM!




    Environmental Resources Management (ERM) is a leading global provider of environmental, health, safety, risk, social consulting services and sustainability related services. We have more than 160 offices in over 40 countries and territories employing more than 4,500 people who work on projects around the world. ERM is committed to providing a service that is consistent, professional and of the highest quality to create value for our clients. We have worked with many of the Global Fortune 500 companies delivering innovative solutions for business and selected government clients helping them understand and manage the sustainability challenges that the world is increasingly facing.


    For over 40 years we have been working with clients around the world and in diverse industry sectors to help them to understand and manage their environmental, health, safety, risk and social impacts. The key sectors we serve include Oil & Gas, Mining, Power, and Manufacturing, Chemical and Pharmaceutical. All face critical sustainability challenges and our clients in these and many other areas rely on our ability to assist them operate more sustainably which has a positive impact on our planet.


    Our people are outstanding, our workplace is energized! And we continuously strive to be the preferred place for environmental and other professionals to build meaningful and rewarding careers.


    EEO Employer/Vet/Disabled


    ERM is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, status as a protected veteran, or status as a qualified individual with disability.


    ERM does not accept recruiting agency resumes. Please do not forward resumes to our jobs alias, ERM employees or any other company location. ERM is not responsible for any fees related to unsolicited resumes.




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  • Underground Haul Truck Operators

    2021-12-07 16:11:48

    Brucejack Mine British Columbia

    Procon Mining and Tunnelling (Procon) is one of the leading mine development contractors in North America. We are specialized in underground mine development, contract mining, underground excavations, civil tunneling and mining related construction projects. Centered by our people, our company culture is driven on the tenets of integrity, innovation, relationships and performance for our clients, business partners and the communities we work in. As a specialty contractor in a safety-sensitive business, our workforce safety is the foundation for everything we do.

    Partnering with Indigenous communities is key to Procon’s continued success. We invest in indigenous partnership solutions that offer mutually beneficial outcomes through economic benefits and capacity building. Moving beyond compliance, we truly value the experience and knowledge brought to our Indigenous partnerships by community leaders and knowledge keepers.

    We are looking for motivated people who are committed to growing their professional career at Procon while gaining valuable knowledge and experience.

    Project Details:

    Based at our project in Northern B.C., this will be a 3 week on / 3 week off rotation opportunity.

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  • Junior Investor Relations Representative

    2021-09-28 11:01:35

    Vancouver, BC British Columbia

    Job Title: Junior Investor Relations Representative


    Investor outreach is essential for progressing Skeena forward as we continue to create increased value for all stakeholders. Excitingly, Skeena’s share price increased 750% over the last two years and we look to continuing that trend as we advance Eskay Creek towards production.


    As part of Skeena’s Communications team, you will be an integral part of helping to build relationships and generate investments into the Company. The role of the Junior Investor Relations Representative will include being responsible for investor outreach and education, budgeting and research. By joining the Skeena team, you will become part of an organization driven by opportunity, entrepreneurship, and results.

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  • TSLP Senior Stewardship Planner

    2021-09-24 15:08:20

    Reports to: TSI Chair and Director of Lands

    Job Duration: Two Years Full Time

    Summary: The Tahltan Central Government is seeking a Senior Stewardship Planner with project management experience to shepherd the Tahltan Land Stewardship Plan (TLSP) to success through planning, execution, monitoring and controlling and project closure. The TLSP is part of the Tahltan Stewardship Initiative which has the following preliminary vision:

    “The Tahltan Nation will fulfill its inherent stewardship responsibilities for all lands, water, wildlife, fish and natural resources in Tahltan territory.”

    Stewardship is the careful and responsible management of something entrusted to one's care. The TSI will help the Tahltan Nation to plan and manage our land, water, wildlife and natural resources. It will ensure we take care of our territory now and for future generations by conserving wildlife, managing economic development, protecting our environment and relationship with the land (including culturally significant areas), and asserting jurisdiction over our Territory by furthering our role in and refining shared decision-making processes.

    One of the key strategies of the TSI is to ensure lands, water, wildlife, fish and natural resource management decisions are made based on Tahltan knowledge and worldview, local knowledge and science. For this reason, we are seeking a Senior Stewardship Planner to support our land stewardship process.

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