Snap Lake Diamond Mine Closure Project – Heavy Equipment Operators and Truck Drivers – Camp Accommodations

Camp jobs in Northwest Territories at the Snap Lake Diamond Mine Closure Project. Heavy equipment operators (excavator, loader, dozer) and haul truck and rock truck drivers on three week rotations with remote camp accommodations.

Snap Lake Diamond Mine Closure Project – Remote Camp Jobs in Northwest Territories.
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Snap Lake Diamond Mine is a former diamond mine located in the Northwest Territories of Canada. The mine, which was operated by De Beers Canada, opened in 2008 and ceased production in 2015 due to low diamond prices. It was one of the first diamond mines in Canada to be located entirely underground, with its main access tunnel extending nearly 2.2 kilometers beneath Snap Lake.

In 2021, the Nuna Group of Companies together with Metacor Inc. was awarded the Snap Lake Diamond Mine Closure contract.

The Nuna Group of Companies is currently looking for following remote camp jobs in Northwest Territories for the Snap Lake Diamond Mine Closure Project.

  • Multi-purpose Heavy Equipment Operators
    • Excavator Operators
    • Dozer Operators
    • Loader Operators
  • Haul Truck Drivers
  • Rock Truck Drivers

The work rotation is 3 weeks on and 3 weeks off with 12 hour work days which will include overtime pay. Remote camp accommodations including meals and lodging provided. The work will be performed primary outdoors in various weather conditions.

Note that in order to gain access to the Snap Lake Diamond Mine site, you must have successfully pass a pre-access criminal record check and a medical questionnaire.

If you are interested in one of the remote camp jobs in Northwest Territories at the Snap Lake Diamond Mine Closure Project with Nuna Group of Companies, click here for multi-purpose heavy equipment operators and click here for haul truck and rock truck drivers.

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