Who We Are:
North American Palladium (NAP) is the only Canadian pure play palladium producer. Located in Northern Ontario, Lac des Iles Mine (LDI) features a world class orebody consisting of an open pit and one of the largest underground mines in Canada. Mine operations are data driven, supported by the latest in mine technology and equipment, real time mine management, and automation. At LDI we employ over 670 of Canada’s best and brightest in their field. Driven to exceed, our people are motivated by a culture of safety in a positive and collaborative work environment. With a modern infrastructure, significant exploration portfolio, and dedicated employees NAP is a well-positioned, low cost, long term, sustainable palladium producer.
Reporting to the Mobile Maintenance General Foreman and working a fourteen (14) day on fourteen (14) day off rotation at the mine site, the successful candidate will be responsible for leading and directing the Mobile Maintenance Crews, while ensuring they work in a safe and productive manner at Lac des Iles Mine.
Major areas of responsibility include the application of maintenance practices in alignment with Lac des Iles Mine business objectives, maintenance strategy and production goals, during the daily execution of maintenance activities on all site mobile equipment.
This position participates actively to implement and execute maintenance plans in a rapidly changing mining environment. This position facilitates the safety of staff, the environment, while communicating on a regular basis about equipment performance including availability, reliability, repeated problems, and cost. This position works closely with the Planner and other Supervisors using a team approach to solve problems.
We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Please visit www.nap.com for more information regarding Lac des Iles Mines Ltd. Please note that all job offers are conditional upon successful completion of a pre-employment medical which includes drug and alcohol testing
The successful candidate must possess a High School diploma or equivalent; Red Seal Heavy Duty Mechanic COQ; minimum 7 years’ experience with both surface and mobile mining equipment; and at least 2 years’ experience in Maintenance or Operations in a supervisory role. Underground common core would be an asset.
In addition the successful candidate must possess good computer skills including Microsoft Office; possess an aptitude for quickly learning and adapting to new computer programs; possess superior interpersonal skills and the ability to work effectively with others; and possess effective coaching, mentoring delegating, and communication skills as well as a valid driver’s license.
What's in it for You:
The position offers a competitive remuneration package consisting of base salary, health & medical insurance, retirement savings plan and travel allowance. Accommodations and meals are provided while at the mine site. On your off duty time enjoy various outdoor and indoor extracurricular activities.