Tahltan Mentorship Program

Skeena Resources Limited is a Canadian exploration mining company, focused on working towards the revitalization 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 skill set, working alongside colleagues with diverse backgrounds and cultures. We value Health and Safety, the Environment and working with our Indigenous Partners recognizing traditional knowledge and respect for the land.  Building a site culture of diversity, inclusion and reconciliation is integral to the success of the Eskay Creek Revitalization Project. Skeena is committed to the principles of UNDRIP and delivering value to shareholders, employees, Indigenous Nation partners and surrounding communities. Interested in being part of an organization driven by opportunity, entrepreneurship, and business results? Join our team! 


Job Title: Tahltan Mentee 

We are currently recruiting for two positions for the Skeena Resources Tahltan Mentorship Program. These positions can be either full-time or a combination of summer / part-time positions.        

This position will report directly to the Supervisor or Manager for the Department to which the Mentee is assigned. These positions are designed to allow Tahltan post-secondary students and recent graduates to become industry and community leaders. The Skeena Tahltan Mentorship Program supports the development of participants' technical and professional skills in the Mining industry, furthermore, the program focuses on fostering a connection to Tahltan culture, governance, and communities through various work-related activities and events.