Noront’s mines in the Ring of Fire will provide many significant future employment and business opportunities and we are striving to maximize these opportunities for local First Nation communities and applicants from Northern Ontario.
Eagle’s Nest Mine Opportunities
Noront’s Eagle’s Nest Mine will be an underground nickel-copper-PGE facility that will be operated by a skilled workforce of up to 400 people. Employment opportunities will be available with Noront, our contractor partners and through businesses that will support development in the region.
Thank you for your interest in Noront. We encourage you to regularly check this webpage for updates on our project status and new career opportunities.
For more information please contact:
Manager, Human Resources & Corporate Responsibility
416-367-1444 ext. 130 or 807-632-8103
If you do not currently see a job posted that matches your skill set, please submit your resume for future job openings and consideration. If you have any additional questions please contact: Kaitlyn Ferris – Manager, Human Resources & Corporate Responsibility Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone: 416-367-1444 ext 130 We look forward to hearing from you.
Noront’s first project is the Eagle’s Nest Mine, a high-grade nickel-copper-platinum group element (PGE) deposit located in the Ring of Fire region of Northern Ontario. It is expected to produce 3,000 tonnes of ore per day, which will be mined by underground methods and processed to deliver 150,000 to 250,000 tonnes of nickel-bearing concentrate per year. The mine is expected to ...
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