BHP Jansen Potash Mine Project – Construction Labourers, Carpenters, Scaffolders, and Heavy Equipment Operators – Camp on 14/7 Rotation

Great opportunity for remote camp job seekers in Saskatchewan. BHP Jansen Potash Mine needs construction labourers, carpenters, scaffolders, heavy equipment operators, and more on 14/7 work rotation with camp accommodations provided.

BHP Jansen Potash Mine Construction – remote camp jobs in Saskatchewan
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BHP Group, a multinational mining company, owns and operates the BHP Jansen Mine, a potash mining project located in Saskatchewan, Canada. The project is currently under construction and is estimated to cost $17 billion. The Jansen Potash mine is anticipated to be one of the largest potash mines globally, with a production capacity of 4.35 million tonnes per year once it’s completed.

During its construction phase, the mine is projected to provide employment opportunities to approximately 3,500 workers, and once operational, around 1,000 workers are expected to be employed.

Jardeg Construction Services currently looking to fill following remote camp jobs in Saskatchewan for the BHP Jansen Potash Mine. The work rotation is 14 days on and 7 days off. Full remote camp accommodations including meals and lodging provided.

Skid Steer Operator – requirements and apply.

Heavy Equipment Operator – requirements and apply.

  • Mini Excavator
  • Loader
  • Rock Truck

Scaffolder – requirements and apply.

Labourer – requirements and apply.

Carpenter – requirements and apply.

If you are interested in applying to one of the remote camp jobs in Saskatchewan at the BHP Jansen Potash Mine Construction Project with Jardeg Construction Services, follow the corresponding links above to submit your resume and other documents.

Note that only selected applicants will be contacted for the next phase of hiring process.


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