Labourers for Diavik Diamond Mine – 3 Week Rotations – Commercial Flights and Accommodations

The Nuna Group of Companies is seeking Labourers for their large earthworks construction and mining projects at the Diavik Diamond Mine in the Northwest Territories. As the largest Inuit-owned heavy civil construction, earthworks, and mine construction contractor in Canada, Nuna offers competitive compensation, comprehensive benefits, and long-term employment opportunities.

Labourers for Diavik Diamond Mine - 3 Week Rotations - Commercial Flights and Accommodations
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  • 3 weeks on and 3 weeks off rotations
  • 12-hour workdays
  • Competitive hourly rate with overtime pay (1.5x)
  • Comprehensive benefits package
  • Commercial flights and accommodations covered
  • Long-term employment opportunities
  • Work at the Diavik Diamond Mine in the Northwest Territories

As a Labourer at the Diavik Diamond Mine, you will be responsible for loading and unloading construction materials, working around heavy equipment, assisting heavy equipment operators, and performing manual labor tasks such as shoveling, sweeping, and raking. You will work in remote locations within a camp setting and must be comfortable working outdoors in various weather conditions.

  • Load and unload construction materials
  • Work around heavy equipment
  • Assist heavy equipment operators, spotting trucks and other heavy equipment
  • Perform manual labor, including shoveling, sweeping, and raking
  • Work in remote locations within a camp setting
  • Utilize radio communications and protocols
  • Work independently in a fast-paced environment with good safety awareness

Requirements for labourers at the Diavik Diamond Mine include,

  • Ability to lift up to 50 lbs. on a regular basis
  • Must be 18+ years old
  • Willingness to work outdoors in various weather conditions
  • Ability to commit to a 3×3 rotation
  • Preference given to candidates from the Northwest Territories

Diavik Diamond Mine

The Diavik Diamond Mine is located in the remote subarctic region of Canada’s Northwest Territories, approximately 300 kilometers northeast of Yellowknife and 220 kilometers south of the Arctic Circle. Operated by Diavik Diamond Mines Inc., a subsidiary of Rio Tinto, this mine is situated on a small island in Lac de Gras. Since commencing operations in 2003, Diavik has become one of the world’s foremost diamond mines, producing over 100 million carats of diamonds to date.

Diavik is renowned for its high-quality gem diamonds and employs around 1,000 workers, many of whom commute to the site via fly-in, fly-out arrangements due to its remote location. The mine features extensive infrastructure, including processing plants, maintenance shops, and accommodation facilities for employees. It operates year-round, overcoming significant logistical challenges posed by the harsh climate and remote location. The mine is expected to continue operations until 2025, after which the site will undergo a reclamation process to restore the environment.

Established in 1993, Nuna Logistics is a leading provider of heavy civil construction, earthworks, and infrastructure development services in Canada. Nuna has built a reputation for delivering high-quality projects in remote and challenging environments, particularly in Northern Canada. Their expertise spans various sectors, including mining, oil and gas, and public infrastructure.

If you are interested in joining Nuna Group as a Labourer for the Diavik Diamond Mine operations, please submit your resume and application through the link below.

Note that only candidates from the Northwest Territories will be considered for this role. Selected applicants will be contacted for further steps in the hiring process and the interview.

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