Certified Journeyman Millwright

Surrey, BC
Taseko Mines Limited
Career Opportunities
Taseko Gibraltar
Certified Journeyman Millwright
Taseko Mines Limited
(Taseko) is a mining exploration, development and production company. Our main assets are the Gibraltar coppermolybdenum mine just north of Williams Lake, the Prosperity gold-copper project, south west of Williams Lake, and the Harmony gold prospect on Haida Gwaii and Aley niobium prospect north west of Mackenzie, BC.
As part of our continuous growth we are sourcing a Certified Journeyman Millwright at our Gibraltar Mine to complement our world class team. If you have relevant qualifications, operational experience, and a desire to improve your career and quality of life, we'd be honored to have you consider Gibraltar Mines.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Meet production, maintenance and safety goals and objectives. - Perform preventative, predictive & breakdown maintenance associated with operations equipment including, but not limited to, crushers, conveying systems, grinding mills, pumps & piping systems. - Contribute to the development of apprentices and working as part of a team to accomplish maintenance goals and targets.
Welding and fabricating experience will be - High School Diploma or equivalent and a valid driver's license. - Interprovincial trade qualifications in Millwrighting (Red Seal Certification). - Mining experience is considered an asset. - Welding and fabricating experience will be considered an asset.
Gibraltar offers an excellent benefit package which includes competitive salary and a Registered Retirement Savings Plan. Transportation is provided to/from both Williams Lake and to the mine site.
Williams Lake and area offers a unique combination of small city facilities, reasonably priced housing, excellent outdoor recreational opportunities and a temperate climate, all in a very central location, within easy driving distance to Kamloops, the Okanagan and the Lower Mainland.
For further information about the Company, visit our website at; and about the Williams Lake Area and the Cariboo District visit the website