Mill Operations Supervisor


The Mill Supervisor you will ensure adherence to safety, health, and environmental regulations as well as the Company policies and procedures.  The Mill Supervisor will establish a workforce in mill operations capable of working safely and meeting budgeted production criteria.


  • Lead safe work practices by promoting a safe work culture and ensure compliance with all site safety regulations.
  • Promote and foster Company goals and objectives with all Mill activities.
  • Apply all applicable regulations, codes, and site standards to all Mill processes and procedures.
  • Meet commitments in tonnage and quality, equipment, and manpower utilization, and budget/cost control.
  • Create and maintain performance reports, skills assessments, and effective deployment of personnel.
  • Maintain close communications with the Maintenance Department as required to ensure the efficiency of the operations and the highest possible availability.
  • Ensure work is being done safely and correcting any unsafe acts and conditions.
  • Ensure that only authorized and adequately trained workers operate tools and equipment or use hazardous chemicals.
  • Perform Lock out/Tag out isolation in accordance with the Company‚Äôs Lock Out procedure.
  • Inspect the tailings storage facility during the shift.
  • Follow-up with accident prevention training where necessary.
  • Plan and manage the workload of mill processing operators to achieve desired production goals.
  • Inspect each operating circuit during each shift.
  • Assist mill operators in troubleshooting operational, mechanical, electrical and instrumentation issues to avoid downtime.
  • Work with other departments to ensure production standards are being met.
  • Promote and demonstrate Field Level Risk Assessments (FLRA).


  • High school diploma or GED required.
  • Strong written and oral communication skills required.
  • Effective conflict resolution and decision-making skills.
  • Demonstrated knowledge in crushing, grinding, floatation and thickening processes considered an asset.
  • Control Room/DCS experience considered and asset.
  • Effective operational troubleshooting skills.
  • Intermediate level of knowledge of Microsoft Office applications preferred.


A competitive benefits package is included for eligible employees per the company policy.


  • 12-hour shift work

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

Application Deadline:

Salary Range:
$115,000 to $125,000

Employment Type:
Full Time

Job Location:
5720 Bootjackforest Service Road, Likely BC

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