JOB POSTINGS

1. Mine Manager

Key responsibilities:
The Mine Manager will lead the development of mining plans for the permitting, development and eventual operation of the Elan Hard Coking Coal Project in the Crowsnest Pass area of Alberta.  Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, this role will also oversee the Pre-Feasibility Study (PFS) of the Elan Project to start in 2020.

Qualifications:
A mining engineer with hands-on experience in long-term mine planning, with strong leadership and management skills. Western Canada metallurgical coal engineering, mine development and/or operational experience is definitely an asset.

 

2. Contracts Manager

Key responsibilities:

The Contracts Manager will be responsible for overall contract development, negotiation and management for field exploration, environmental studies, mining engineering and permitting consultants.  Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer or his future designate, this role will also be responsible for the management of contractors’ performance, including field monitoring and tracking of safety metrics, daily productivity and invoice submissions against contract terms and conditions. The immediate work streams include access road and drilling pads building, exploration drilling, coal quality testing, environmental studies, and project Pre-Feasibility Study (PFS).

Job location:

Blairmore, Alberta. Living in the Crowsnest Pass or nearby is expected.

Qualifications:

Post-secondary education in business/commerce, engineering or other disciplines. Experience in contract management for resource exploration and/or the construction industry with basic understanding of Alberta contract and labour laws are definitely assets. A self starter with the necessary skills to interact with contractors and internal stakeholders to ensure effective execution of the Company’s exploration and project development plans is preferred.

 

3. Stakeholder Engagement Coordinator:

Key responsibilities:

A key member of the stakeholder engagement team, this role is to coordinate and manage the regular communications and engagement activities with all stakeholders, including Treaty 7 First Nations, other indigenous groups, local municipalities and communities, ranchers, trappers and other individuals or organizations who have an interest in the Elan Project.

Regular activities include organizing local engagement events such as townhall meetings, trade shows and community events presentations; regular meetings and updates to key stakeholders on project progresses and common issues; helping produce newsletters and communication materials (with the support of senior staff); coordinating field trips, site visits and engagement meetings between stakeholders and senior Atrum staff; maintaining communication, engagement and consultation records, etc. Depending on the workload, this role may also be required to perform some administrative and logistics management tasks to support the company’s operation.

Job location:

Blairmore, Alberta. Living in the Crowsnest Pass or nearby is expected.

Qualifications:

Training or post-secondary education in communications, business/commerce, or other disciplines; with excellent communications and interpersonal skills. Inter-personal and administrative skills, understanding of indigenous consultation and prior stakeholder engagement experience would definitely be an asset.

 

Contact: 

All candidates are encouraged to submit his/her resume with any expectations and/or questions in confidence to HR@atrumcoal.com.