Skeena Resources Limited is a Canadian exploration mining company, focused on working towards the restart of the past-producing Eskay Creek gold-silver mine with additional development projects in our portfolio, all located in Tahltan Territory in the Golden Triangle of northwest British Columbia, Canada. Eskay Creek was the highest-grade gold mine in the world when in production. The mine produced 3.3 million ounces of gold and 160 million ounces of silver at average grades of 45 g/t gold and 2,224 g/t silver from 1994-2008.
As a Skeena employee, you will become part of a dynamic, innovative, and results-driven work environment. You will be given assignments to challenge yourself and your skillset, working alongside colleagues with diverse backgrounds and cultures. We value Health and Safety, the Environment, and the Communities within which we operate, and work collaboratively with our Indigenous partners, leveraging traditional knowledge and respect for the land. Skeena is committed to the principles of UNDRIP and working collaboratively with local Indigenous Nations and local Communities. The Company is leading the way of reconciliation, diversity, and inclusion in our industry. Interested in being part of an organization driven by opportunity, entrepreneurship, and business results? Join our team!
Job Title: Regulatory Coordinator
Reporting to the Director of Environment and Regulatory Affairs or their designate, the Regulatory Coordinator supports the implementation of the regulatory strategy for the Eskay Creek Mine and Revitalization Project. In implementing the strategy you’ll work across departments and collaboratively with internal and external parties to facilitate the Project advancement.
The Regulatory Coordinator will coordinate the regulatory process to obtain permits and approvals, including those from the Tahltan Central Government. Working closely within the Sustainability team, this role is responsible for developing effective relationships with internal and external parties and supporting the Project in permitting processes, including relevant aspects of the Consent Agreement with the Tahltan Central Government.