Field Operations Superintendent

Job Summary:

Reporting to the Mine Manager, the Field Operations Superintendent is responsible for providing on site leadership and supervision of a large and complex feasibility study field program on the Galore Creek project site, with responsibility for prioritizing the allocation of onsite resources across a multi-disciplinary team to achieve corporate objectives. This role is responsible for collaborating with multi-disciplinary supervisors in planning, supervising, executing, and reporting of field operations and site sustaining activities, while meeting GCMC environmental and health and safety requirements. 

The 2023 field program is anticipated to include the operation of two remote camps, completion of a ~25,000 meter drill program, ground and airborne geophysics, road and bridge maintenance, mobile equipment maintenance, environmental baseline studies, and technical studies supported by five helicopters. 

This position will be field-based from approximately April to October with office work during the Winter months. Field rotation is expected to be based on a 17 days in and 11 days out schedule inclusive of travel but may be subject to change based on evolving field planning schedules. The successful candidate would have a start date in approximately January 2023.

Overview:

Located in Tahltan Territory in northwestern British Columbia, Galore Creek is one of the world’s largest undeveloped copper-gold-silver deposits. Galore Creek Mining Corporation (GCMC), a partnership between Newmont Corporation (Newmont) and Teck Resources Limited (Teck), is committed to advancing the asset towards a development decision with meaningful input from the Tahltan Nation and BC regulators. GCMC highly values its long-standing relationship with the Tahltan Nation, and continues to implement the 2006 Participation Agreement, including involving the Tahltan Nation in regulatory processes and review of environmental performance, and providing preferential contracting and employment opportunities.  Working closely with the Tahltan Nation and local communities, we strive for excellence in all our activities, with continuous improvement and responsible practices that contribute to sustainable development.  

More information on the Project is available at www.gcmc.ca.