ALAMOS GOLD INC.

Summer Student

Location CA-ON-Matachewan, Young-Davidson Mine
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(05/02/2018 3:40 PM)
Job ID
2018-1460
# Positions
1
Category
Student Opportunities-Oportunidad para estudiantes-Ögrenci Firsatlari
Reporting Manager Role
Superintendent

Overview

 

 

Job Opportunity

Position: Summer Students

 

Date Posted: February 5, 2018      Closing Date: March 16, 2018     

The company reserves the right to determine final selection of number and individuals hired. This posting applies to all students 16 and over who are returning to school in the fall. Note: Student must be over 18 to work underground.

 

The following is a guideline for selection.

  1. Students who are Sons and Daughters of employees presently attending University or College who are studying a mining related program.

 

  1. Students possessing required technical qualifications.

 

  1. Students who are sons and daughters of employees presently attending university.

 

  1. Students who are sons and daughters of employees presently attending college or technical school.

 

  1. Students who are sons and daughters of employees and who are graduating grade 12 and are planning on attending university or college in the fall. (NOTE: proof of application must be provided)
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Students will be selected in preference starting with Group 1 through to Group 5.

 

 

Wages                        $20.00  Technical Placement CO-OP students

                                    $18.00  Surface Students

           

 

 Alamos Gold Inc. – Young Davidson Mine

Human Resources

Fax: 705-565-1169

Email: resume@alamosgold.com

 

(As an applicant invited to participate in the recruitment process (such as an interview or testing) should you require accommodation due to a disability, please discuss your needs with us.)

 

 

(We sincerely appreciate the interest of all applicants however; only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted)

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