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Summary
Shift Schedule: Full time - Monday to Friday
Rate of Pay: Salary commensurate with qualificatons and experience

Kirkland Lake Gold has a shaft sinking project at its key asset Macassa Mine in Kirkland Lake ON. The shaft will be a concrete lined shaft 21.5 foot diameter. Phase 1 will be to a depth of 5450 feet and include a mid shaft loading pocket with a completion date of 2022 and a budget of $240M. The second phase will extend the shaft to a depth of 7000 feet with an additional $80M budget and a completion of 2023.

KL Gold provides provide a competitive salary and bonus structure, a comprehensive benefit program and pension plan along with relocation expenses.

*Accommodation is available at all stages of the recruitment process.

Duties and Responsibilities include:

  • The successful candidate will be responsible for reporting, contract administration and project performance management:
  • Controlling contractual documentation between management teams.
  • Compiling contractual letters and notifications. Controlling all allowable quantities, measurements and scope of work.
  • Controlling all costs via measurements and monthly certificates within the contracted scope of work.
  • Ensure adherence to all local, organizational and statutory requirements affecting the project site and underground mine workings.

Qualifications and Experience

  • The potential candidate must have strong shaft-sinking contractual experience to handle all contractual correspondence, documentation, measurements and certificate verification.
  • Mining and shaft-sinking experience. Must be fully conversant with FIDIC laws that govern the contract.
  • Practical experience having worked in the contractual mining/shaft-sinking environment.
  • Professional Engineer designation preferred.


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