Environmental Compliance and Database Coordinator - September 19, 2022
Artemis Gold Inc., listed on the TSX Venture exchange, is a well-financed, growth-oriented gold development company with strong financials aimed at creating shareholder value through the identification, acquisition, and development of gold properties in mining friendly jurisdictions. Our current project is the recently acquired Blackwater Gold Project in central British Columbia approximately 160km southwest of Prince George and 450km northeast of Vancouver.
This is an excellent opportunity for you to join an entrepreneurial organization with strong financials and depth of experience that is focused on technical excellence without the bureaucracy of larger firms. You will have the ability to make a significant contribution to shaping the Environmental function. Blackwater is an advanced-stage mine development project which received its environmental assessment approvals in 2019 and is proceeding towards permitting, with the goal of commencing construction in 2022. The Company published a pre-feasibility study in August 2020 which reflects proven and probably reserves of 8Moz of gold at 0.78g/t, a low strip ratio of 2:1 and a net present value of C$2.2B at a long-term gold price of US$1,541.
Location of Position
This role works a 2 week on 2 weeks off rotation based at the Blackwater project site.
Scope of Responsibilities
The responsibilities for this role include, but are not limited to the following:
- Coordinate the migration and integration of all pre-mining environmental data (e.g. climate data, water quality data, wildlife observations) from consultant databases into a central database (Actual database product yet to be selected)
- Communicate with external consultants and labs to ensure samples are analyzed on time, sample supplies are being shipped on time and troubleshoot any QA/QC issues that arise;
- Analyze water chemistry trends, hydrology data, groundwater records, etc from the regional watersheds and Blackwater project sub-watersheds
- Compare environmental data against permit criteria advising of any issues and prepare and present regular reports to internal and external audiences
- Maintain the legal compliance register in the central database (Actual database product yet to be selected) including but not limited to social commitment and obligations, permit and authorization conditions, ESG standards, other requirements, etc.
- Maintain the environmental inspection database including tracking inspection action items raised and following up with the Environmental Manager, Senior Environmental Coordinator and others as required on upcoming and overdue action items
- Act as a backup field team member to support collecting samples and monitoring data outlined by environmental permits, regulations, and systems in accordance
- Perform tasks set out in the Environmental Management Plan such as providing new hire orientations, attending toolbox meetings to present awareness topics and completing inspections of work sites to identify potential impacts;
- Support the development of and assist in writing activity and monitoring reports for compliance with environmental permits and regulations;
- Familiarity with relevant BC and federal legislation and regulations (e.g. , Environmental management Act, Mines Act, HSRC, Fisheries Act)
QUALIFICATIONS & SKILLS
- Bachelor’s Degree in Biology, Environmental Science, or a related Natural Resources Management field
- Minimum of 3-5 years of experience, preferably in a mining environment with experience in monitoring and compliance programs, experience with environmental monitoring databases, software and compliance programs
- Strong technical writing and data analysis skills
- Current registration or eligible for registration in a professional discipline (e.g. EP, P.Ag, R.P.Bio.)
- Experience with off-road vehicles (e.g. snowmobiles, ATV’s/UTV’s, boats) and Occupational first aid are considered strong assets
How to Apply:
We ask that qualified candidates submit their resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org. We are an equal opportunity employer committed to equal employment opportunity without discrimination or harassment on the basis of race, religion, national origin, status, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital or domestic/civil partnership status, or any other basis protected by law. We strongly encourage applications from Indigenous People.
We would like to thank all of those who apply; however only those selected for an interview will be notified.