Create Your Future — Grow With Us

Working at TMAC

Our vision is the responsible and economically sustainable exploration, development and mining of the Hope Bay Greenstone Belt in the Kitikmeot region of Nunavut as Canada’s next major gold mining camp. We will be looking for a range of like-minded professional, skilled and technical people to join our team as we grow. We believe that when you challenge yourself to grow and succeed, you inspire others. We offer a fast-paced, start up environment with plenty of opportunities for learning and advancement. You’ll build, take on different responsibilities and make a difference in the growth of our company and the development of Hope Bay. And, you’ll grow with our experienced leaders to mentor and support your development. This is the opportunity to showcase your expertise and initiative while enjoying the input of a supporting team.

If you put Zero Harm first, have a passion for excellence and a positive, can-do attitude Create Your Future – Grow With Us

Our Safety, Health and Environmental policy can be found at this link

Life at Hope Bay

Hope Bay is a distinct, remote environment located 160 kilometres above the Arctic Circle in the Kitikmeot region of Nunavut. Employees access the site by airplane and work on a rotational basis. Currently, TMAC employees work on a three week in, three week out rotation. Conditions at Hope Bay vary significantly depending on the time of the year. During the months of June and July, the site enjoys almost two months of 24 hour sunlight and temperatures typically range from lows of 2°C to highs of 20°C. Hope Bay experiences 24 hours of darkness for approximately 6 weeks commencing in early December and temperatures may reach -50°C or lower during the winter months. Employees at the Hope Bay camp enjoy contemporary living conditions. Our facilities include comfortable single occupancy rooms, laundry facilities, internet, a gym and a lounge. The gym features weights, treadmills, stationary bikes, orbital machines and a rowing machine.

We have an Inuit cultural centre that includes books and videos and the furnished lounge includes comfortable couches, a pool table, table tennis, board games and big-screen TV. A separate lounge for smokers is available. Free hot meals are offered in the cafeteria 3 times a day with additional items including baked goods, juices and hot drinks available 24/7

Current Job Openings

We currently have the following positions available.