Remote camp jobs in Saskatchewan for the BHP Jansen Discovery Lodge. Jansen Discovery Lodge provides accommodations for mine workers at the BHP Jansen Potash Project.
- 2 weeks on 1 week off work rotation
- Full remote camp accommodations including meals and lodging
- Criminal record check, drug and alcohol test, and fit for work medical assessment required
Following remote camp jobs in SK at the BHP Jansen Discovery Lodge are currently available.
- Camp Attendants
- Bakers Helpers
- 3rd Cooks
- General Kitchen Helpers
- Salad and Sandwich Makers
- HVAC Technicians
- Maintenance Technicians
BHP Jansen Potash Project
The BHP Jansen Potash Project is a potash mining project in located in Saskatchewan. BHP, a major mining company, is leading the effort to extract potash, an important fertilizer ingredient, from underground. It’s a significant investment and one of the largest potash mines in the world. The project involves drilling, digging, and building infrastructure to reach the potash deposits deep underground. It will create jobs, boost the local economy, and help meet the global demand for fertilizer.
Wicehtowak Frontec Services (WFS) is providing the workforce for the Jansen Discovery Lodge. And Wicehtowak Frontec Services is a partnership between George Gordon Developments Ltd. (GGDL) and ATCO Frontec Ltd. This company is primarily owned by Indigenous groups and specializes in offering camp and support services for remote workforce housing projects.
How to Apply
If you are interested in applying to one of the remote camp jobs in SK at the BHP Jansen Discovery Lodge with Wicehtowak Frontec Services, follow the corresponding links to send in your resume and other documents.
Note that only selected applicants will be contacted for the next phase of hiring process.