Experienced Maintenance Foreman wanted. FIFO opportunity to Fort McMurray. Competitive salary and benefits.
Your new company
Your new company is a heavy civil contractor with more than 50 years in the resources industry working with corporations in several regions across Canada. They are involved in many recognisable projects from small to large. With a major focus on safety as well as production, your new company does whatever it takes to provide a positive and engaging environment for all employees.
Your new role
You will work a 14/7 or 21/7 rotation with 10-12 hour shifts. There will also be plenty of overtime hours available each week. You will be responsible for the supervision of skilled trades workers, as well as overseeing the proper maintenance and repair of all equipment in the mobile plant. As part of your duties, you will be required to continue to provide the positive and safe work environment that your company promotes.
What you'll need to succeed
As a successful candidate, you will have a minimum of 2 years' experience as a maintenance foreman or supervisor within the mining industry. Experience within an open-pit mine setting is preferred. You will have a heavy duty mechanic background and be familiar with a mobile plant environment.
What you'll get in return
In return for time and efforts, you will receive an excellent overall compensation package which includes a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits. FIFO flights out of Calgary or Edmonton will be provided, along with camp accommodation.
What you need to do now
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