Mine Surveyor

1 week ago
ID
2017-1365
# of Openings
1
CA-NU
Category
Operations
Post End Date
11/30/2017
Rotation Type
3 x 3

Overview

TMAC Resources is looking to hire a Mine Surveyor to accurately survey underground workings, surface stockpiles and updates survey progress prints and other drawings to ensure accurate and timely information is available to execute the mine plan and reconcile performance.

This role will report to the Technical Services Superintendent. The position is located at the Hope Bay Project site in Nunavut, Canada and will require regular rotational travel to and from the site (3 weeks in / 3 weeks out).

 

Responsibilities

  • Manage on a daily basis the underground surveying needs for development, drilling and construction.
  • Update the mine as-built survey data and issue survey progress prints.
  • Carry out pickups and estimations for period-end calculations. Perform period-end calculations and maintain files with results. 
  • Perform check surveys as required for quality control.
  • Perform ventilation monitoring, rock bolt pull testing and other tasks.
  • Carry out CMS (Cavity Monitoring System) Surveys on a routine basis.
  • 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.

Qualifications

  • Minimum of 2 years of underground mine surveying experience.
  • Diploma in Mining Engineering or Surveying.
  • AutoCad and Mine Design software experience a necessity.
  • Deswik or MineCAD experience is preferred.
  • 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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