Construction Miner/Leader (2017-2773)
Project Located in Northern Ontario
Location Northern Ontario
Rotation 14 days on, 14 days off
Shift Length 10 hours
Travel KM reimbursed
Accommodations 50.00/day worked living allowance
Pre-employment requirements Drug test, Full Basic Ontario Common Core Module or FMTM equivalent
Compensation Redpath Canada Limited offers a comprehensive wage and benefit package
The primary role of the Construction Miner is to complete assigned construction tasks efficiently with little to no supervision.
Tasks assigned include the setup surface construction trailers, mobile equipment shop, ventilation fans and heaters, process water system and tie-in’s to services. Construction of the underground de-watering system, ventilation doors, refuge stations and mine services.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Inspect existing underground headings to ensure the workplace is safe and assigned construction tasks can be executed safely and to design specifications.
Use of scaling bars, pneumatic hand-held drills, cutting and welding equipment, rubber-tired underground mobile equipment such as LHD (Load-Haul-Dump) units, scissor trucks, boom truck, shotcrete sprayers and other support vehicles in a confined environment
Complete shift end reports and red ink prints to ‘as built’ status
The duties and responsibilities listed above are representative of the nature and level of work assigned and are not necessarily all inclusive
Required Skills and Qualifications:
High School Diploma or equivalent (preferred)
Basic literacy (read, write, basic math and read blue prints) required
2 years’ experience in a related construction role
Ontario Hard Rock Underground Common Core – Full Basic (or other provincial equivalent) (preferred)
Required Specialty Modules: U0085a, U0085b, U0085c & U0086 (or other provincial equivalent) (preferred)
CWB Certified (preferred)
Ability to multi task and work effectively
Ability to work efficiently as part of a team as well as independently
Ability to make decisions quickly
Knowledge of mining industry
Must be able to work both independently and cooperatively in a team environment
Ability to read, review and understand Standard Work Procedures, safety programs and applicable mine regulationsconstruction prints
Must have the ability to adapt to change
Good communication skills
Health and Safety:
Have the authority and responsibility to maintain a safe and efficient working environment
Follow Company and Client health and safety standards and report all unsafe acts or conditions to supervisor
Responsible for the use and maintenance of all safety equipment, i.e. PPE, lanyards, warning signs and labeling, according to company rules and applicable legislation.
Ensure permits are in place and lock 0ut tag out procedures are followed
Responsible to ensure proper use and maintenance of personal protective equipment.
Ensure that workers are qualified and capable to safely performing the assigned work
Must have knowledge of the WHMIS legislation and know how to effectively use an MSDS sheet.
Work in accordance with local legislation