3 weeks ago
# of Openings
Post End Date
Rotation Type
3 x 3


TMAC Resources Inc.acquired ownership of the Hope Bay Belt Project, a gold project in Nunavut, Canada in March 2013.

Our vision is to develop this site in a responsible and economically sustainable fashion by living their values: Respect, Integrity, Passion, Initiative, Learn and Adjust, Teamwork, Fun, Growth and Results.


We are looking for a Carpenter to join the TMAC team on a permanent basis. The Carpenter is responsible for the full range of rough and finished skilled carpentry work, including cabinetry.


The selected incumbent work from blueprints, specifications, drawings and instructions to design, build, remodel, retrofit, maintain and repair various types of facilities and structures; inspect completed work for conformance with specifications, requirements and compliance with applicable building and safety codes and regulations; inspect related work by contractors; estimate cost, time and materials for carpentry projects; participate in the maintenance and operation of the carpentry shop. 


This is a great opportunity to gain experience in a growing company. This position would be on a 3X3 rotation.


  • Load and unload construction materials, including moving materials to work location
  • Select, measure, cut, shape, assemble and join materials made of wood, wood substitutes and other materials using nails, staples, screws, bolts or glue
  • Frame floors, walls, roofs, conduct exterior and interior finishing as required
  • Fit and install doors, windows, flooring, cabinets, stairs, handrails, panelling, moulding and ceiling tiles
  • Install floor beams, lay sub-flooring and erect walls and roof systems
  • Attach previously fabricated walls, ceilings and floors together
  • Install insulation in flooring and walls
  • Assemble wood and metal products such as metal siding, window sashes, doors, door jambs, boxes, and pallets, using screws, bolts, staples, glue or other fasteners
  • Install hardware such as knobs and hinges
  • Set up and operate woodworking equipment
  • Repair and fix/remodel existing structures
  • Assist with maintenance of machinery if necessary
  • Establish high standards of personal performance with a continuous emphasis on achieving quality of work, delivery on time and within budget
  • Provide suggestions for improving construction systems and processes, methods of work, tools, etc.
  • Prepare ad-hoc detailed specifications and cost estimates
  • Direct activities of temporary and/or permanent employees as required.
  • Demonstrate awareness and commitment to health, community and environmental protection and take action to ensure that unsafe practices or non-compliant behaviours do not occur.
  • Inform, involve, and engage key internal and external stakeholders appropriately; develop and maintain positive relationships and represent TMAC positively in the community.
  • Other such duties as may be assigned.


  • Certified Interprovincial Red Seal Journeyman Carpenter.
  • Apprentice 3rd and 4th year Carpenters will also be considered.
  • Minimum of 3 years experience working in a residential, commercial, light industrial construction and/or renovation industries.
  • Valid class 5 driver’s license with clean drivers abstract would be considered an asset.
  • Ability to work 12 hours per shift in a remote site location.
  • Physically fit and able to lift up to 50 lb. on a consistent basis.
  • Preference will be given to candidates with certificates in Fall Protection, Confined Space, Wilderness/Bear Awareness, Aerial Work Platform, Scissor/Boom Lift, Rigging and Hand Signalling, and Standard First Aid.
  • Willing to assist with other Site tasks as requested
  • Ability to collaborate effectively with others.
  • Flexibility and adaptability.
  • Hands-on, self-sufficient and demonstrates a positive, can-do attitude.
  • Arctic experience is an asset.
  • Intermediate level knowledge of Microsoft Office.


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