Musselwhite Mine is a fly-in, fly-out underground gold mine located approximately 500km North of Thunder Bay, on the southern shore of Opapimiskan Lake. Musselwhite has produced over five million ounces of gold since its first commercial production in April of 1997. The company employs more than 15,000 people worldwide, including the 550 employees that work at Musselwhite Mine.
Our values unify our culture. From the top down, across our operations, we’re invested in our people. When you work with us, you’re part of a growing community of skilled, thoughtful professionals committed to pioneering advances in modern, sustainable mining. We are seeking your experience for the following position:
Reporting directly to the Sr. Safety Coordinator, the Industrial Hygienist will demonstrate a high level of expertise in the areas of Mine site testing, chemical substance assessments, in-house Occupational Hygiene training, and exposure level analysis.
• Develop, implement and audit Occupational Hygiene and related programs
• Critically evaluate environments, processes, materials inventories, demographics to recognize potential health risks to persons
• Recommend effective control measures to mitigate risks via engineering and personal protective methods
• Assess human exposures to hazards through a combination of qualitative and quantitative methods to determine health risks and regulatory compliance
• Coordinate Occupational Hygiene programs with related departments
• Assist in the management of the medical surveillance program
• Assists in the interpretation, implication and compliance of all relevant legislation
• Select and operate industrial hygiene testing equipment
• Work closely with the H&S group, Occupational Nurse and other stakeholders
• Closely track emerging trends and techniques in the field of Industrial Hygiene
• Other Health & Safety duties as assigned
• University degree or college/technical diploma in Occupational Hygiene or equivalent
• Familiar with Industrial Hygiene legislation, programs, and testing applications
• Common Core training and Train the Trainer accreditation
• Strong knowledge in OHS Legislation and compliance
• Ergonomic assessments
• Proficiency in MS Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint)
• Knowledge of the accident investigation process, risk assessment and evaluation
• Solid understanding of the Occupational Health and Safety Act / regulations
• Familiar with the underground, surface and milling environments
• Strong communication skills both written and verbal
• Effective organizational skills
• Effective motivation and presentation skills
The work schedule for this position is 4 on, 3 days off, working 10-hour days. Successful candidate must be from the Thunder Bay area or be willing to relocate.
As an equal opportunity employer, Goldcorp is committed to diversity, inclusion, and accessibility. We encourage all qualified candidates to apply. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.
How to Apply
Applications close on December 4, 2018. Please enter Job Number MUS00001887 to submit your online application (www.goldcorp.com/careers). At this time, we are not accepting candidates referred by recruitment agencies.