Location: Tumbler Ridge, Chetwynd, BC
Mine Site: Brule Mine, Willow Creek
Language of Work: English
Start Date: When filled
Schedule/ Terms of Employment: This is a full time (40 hours/week - 4x3 schedule). Primary Purpose
The Training Administrator will provide administrative support and reporting for the Training Department at the Brule Mine. Duties and Responsibilities
Qualifications and Experience
- Provide administrative support to the training department.
- Update and create tracking for crews and training.
- Conduct new hire orientations and assist with presentation material Input all training records.
- Work closely with other departments with their training requirements.
- Other duties as assigned
Skills and Abilities
- High School Diploma
- ABT or equivalent
- 2+ years of administrative/clerical experience
- Experience in a mining environment would be an asset
Wage and Benefits
- Proficient in MS Office programs; Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Outlook, etc.
- Analytical and problem solving skills
- Good interpersonal skills
- Good written and oral communication skills
- Organized and has attention to detail
- Able to maintain confidentiality
Conuma Resources provides competitive wages and benefits. Benefits include paid vacation, 7% RRSP matching and extended health and dental care. Pre-Employment Testing
Please be advised that all selected applicants will be required to complete pre-employment testing. Work Location / Travel
Employee bus transportation is available from Tumbler Ridge (Brule Mine and Wolverine Mine), Chetwynd (Brule Mine and Willow Creek Mine), and Mackenzie (Willow Creek Mine).
Please be advised that Conuma Resources does not offer camp accommodations or Fly-In Fly-Out opportunities. Conuma believes in supporting our local communities by promoting them as a place for our employees to call home. Company Information
Conuma is a leading Canadian producer and exporter of metallurgical coal for the global steel industry. Products from our three mine operations in Northeastern BC, Brule, Willow Creek and Wolverine, leave us well-positioned to serve customers in South America, Europe and Asia.
Five time winner of the Edward Prior Mine Safety Award for the lowest injury frequency rate in British Columbia, Conuma continues to lead the industry with multi-million-dollar investments in the latest collision avoidance and fatigue monitoring safety technologies for the protection of our employees. Safety is not a goal to be achieved, it is our standard of expectation.
Conuma is much more than metallurgical coal. Conuma and its employees are embedded in our communities. The company's Pay It Forward program began in 2017 and since then has raised over $325,000 in support The Children's Foundation. Locally, Conuma's employee winter hockey matches ensure much-needed donations to the Food Bank, while in the summer, our employees get together to assist the local high school teams as they prepare their go-karts for the Conuma Challenge.
Our local communities in Northeastern British Columbia are amongst some of the most beautiful surroundings in North America. At the Tumbler Ridge UNESCO Global Geopark, employees can enjoy almost limitless hiking amongst some of Canada's biggest waterfalls, ride through ATV and snowmobile trails, explore 97 million-year-old dinosaur footprints, ski cross-country trails, play ice-hockey, swim indoors and out, cycle, and enjoy the sense of community only a small town provides. An hour and a quarter away, Chetwynd is famous for its chainsaw wood carvings and offers a range of kayaking, snowmobiling and rock-climbing opportunities. Regarded as a wonderful place to raise a family, with affordable costs of living, Northeast British Columbia is the outdoor paradise our employees are proud to call home. Conuma Resources is an equal opportunity employer.