Mount Polley Mining Corporation (MPMC) is currently recruiting for a Loss Prevention Officer for immediate employment.
Perform site orientation for contractors and visitors, drug and alcohol screening and breath alcohol screening as required.
Maintain mine site security through controlling visitor and vendor access to the property.
Assist with the Workplace Exposure Monitoring and medical surveillance programs.
Ensure adherence to MPMC environmental policy, work standards, management plans, and regulatory obligations and requirements.
Facilitate prevention and improvements in safe work culture and behaviour through coaching and interaction with site management, employees, contractors and visitors.
Assist with site safety training initiatives.
Other duties as directed.
Valid WCB Occupational First Aid Level 3 or equivalent, minimum two years of experience.
Advanced level proficiency of MS Office programs.
Minimum two years of experience in health and safety related role in mining and/or industrial setting.
Valid Class 4 (or better) BC driver’s license.
BC Surface Mine Rescue certificate will be an asset.
Knowledge of ore milling or mine operations processes.
A competitive benefits package is included for eligible employees per the company policy.
- 12 Hour Shifts
- Weekends as needed
- Evening shift
- Night shift
- Morning shift
Mount Polley is an open pit copper/gold mine owned by Imperial Metals Corporation, located in central British Columbia, 100km northeast of Williams Lake. MPMC is committed to ensuring a positive, well balanced work environment for its employees. MPMC is about promoting diversity to ensure employees feel valued and respected and where they can build meaningful careers. With opportunities for employee training, wellness programs, and professional development Mount Polley offers a safe and supportive workplace. MPMC is not a fly-in/fly-out camp and employees are expected to secure their own accommodation within the local area.
We thank all applicants for their interest, however only those selected for an interview will be
contacted. Candidates must be eligible to work in Canada. Preference will be given to local