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Canada positions:
TimminsHR@tahoeresources.com

US, Guatemala and Peru positions:
Jobs@tahoeresources.com

Tahoe Resources is looking for the best people in the mining business to join us on our global mining adventure. With operations in Canada, Peru and Guatemala, we offer great career opportunities in the precious metals sector. We are a team of experienced and proven mine builders, engineers and professionals dedicated to creating sustainable value for all of our stakeholders through responsible mining.

We offer a total compensation package that rivals any in the industry:

  • Competitive pay
  • Complete benefits package
  • Rotational schedules with travel provided
  • Excellent bonus structure
  • Leading safety culture
  • Ongoing training and development

United States

Senior Resource Geologist

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Tahoe Resources is a publicly traded company (TSX:THO/NYSE:TAHO) led by experienced mining professionals who are dedicated to the responsible production of precious metals in the Americas. As a new leader in precious metals, we operate the Escobal silver mine in Guatemala, the La Arena and Shahuindo gold mines in Peru and the Timmins West and Bell Creek gold mines in Canada.

If you thrive in a challenging, fast-paced, and highly autonomous work environment, you may be the ideal candidate for our team. We offer competitive compensation and an outstanding benefits package.

We are currently recruiting for Senior Resource Geologist for our corporate office in Reno, Nevada. Reporting to the Vice President Technical Services, the Senior Resource Geologist will be a member of the corporate technical services group, leading geologic and mineral resource modeling programs for the Company’s operations and exploration/development properties in Guatemala, Peru and Canada and participate in project evaluations and due diligence reviews of potential acquisitions.

RESPONSIBILITIES WILL INCLUDE:

  • Maintaining a professional work environment and encouraging technical excellence from other team members.
  • Developing technical and leadership skills in all team members, providing regular, constructive feedback and coaching.
  • Resource modeling and estimation for annual NI 43-101 compliant resource report statements; reviewing long-term and short-term production modeling, annual budgeting and quarterly production forecasts.
  • Performing and/or reviewing annual production reconciliations.
  • Providing guidance and support for geologic and resource modeling efforts company-wide.
  • Providing expertise and support for drill hole database management programs.
  • Collaboration with mine operations, engineering and planning, processing and other departments.
  • Providing support for corporate technical services projects and participating in project evaluations and due diligence efforts.
  • Supporting the Company’s implementation of safety, health and environmental programs.

KEY ROLE MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED:

  • Bachelor of Science in Geology.
  • Continued professional development and technical training.
  • Specialized training in geostatistics, resource modeling and block modeling.
  • “Qualified Person” status or ability to quickly obtain QP status for mineral resource estimation and related reporting as defined by NI 43-101.

KEY SKILLS & EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:

  • Minimum 10 years relevant exploration and/or mining experience.
    • Experience in geologic and resource modeling of a wide range of deposit types in support of precious metal and base metal narrow vein, bulk underground and open pit deposits required.
    • Proficiency in 3D geological modeling software required, with experience using Surpac, Gemcom and Leapfrog software packages preferred.
    • Experience in dataset evaluation and auditing and QA/QC procedures.
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and Access.
  • Strong commitment to safety, health, environment and community.
  • Experience managing technical teams in support of underground and open pit mining environments.
  • Strong communication and administration skills.
  • Strong geological interpretive skills.
  • Bilingual – Spanish/English would be highly regarded.

Tahoe Resources is an equal opportunity employer.

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Canada

Superintendent of Health and Safety

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Job Description

In this role, you will be responsible for leading the development and implementation of effective Occupational Health and Safety systems at each site, while partnering with the operations in pursuit of a workplace free of harm to all people.  

Job Details

Timmins, Ontario            

Responsibilities

Reporting to the General Manager, the Superintendent of Health and Safety will have the following responsibilities:

  • Working with Management to consistently demonstrate that the health and safety of employees is a prime value and cannot be compromised
  • Working with Management to ensure a planned, systematic, measurable and achievable approach to managing health, safety and occupational hygiene is adopted across the operations.
  • Acts as a resource for the operations, projects and exploration teams while providing direction and support for subordinates, including Safety Coordinators and Trainers.
  • In partnership with management, develops and implements strategy for improving of health and safety and occupational hygiene performance.
  • Implement systems that assist operations in meeting all health and safety related laws, regulations, codes, licenses and other legal requirements. In absence of adequate regulation, implement internationally accepted standards that protect worker health and safety.
  • Lead culture change to support the improvement in employee health, wellness and overall safety performance.
  • Develop and manage preventive key performance indicators, as a measure of operational excellence.
  • Ensure effective systems and controls are developed and in place to reduce injury and illness exposure, minimize loss and provide a base for internal and external audits.
  • Review training programs to ensure they comply with regulatory and operational requirements.
  • Verify that systems are in place to audit and provide assurance of effective control of operational health, safety and hygiene related risks.
  • Oversee activities related to workers compensation and work related disability management.
  • Ensures that Emergency Response plans and teams are in place and trained for adequacy, and effectiveness. Coordinate testing of controls and apply organizational learning’s for continuous improvement.
  • Assist in the effective application of risk management processes to support operational resiliency and decision making to meet organizational objectives.
  • Conducts regular safety inspections of work areas.
  • Provides coaching and mentoring to key positions as appropriate across the organization.
  • Ensures incidents are investigated appropriately and assists with developing and implementing of effective operational controls to reduce risk.
  • Manages the fitness for duty program.
  • Other such other duties or special projects, as may be assigned from time to time.

Qualifications

  • Ten or more years related experience in a safety position in a mining environment.
  • Five or more years of progressive supervisory or management experience in a similar role.
  • Diploma or degree in Health, Safety or related discipline.
  • Incumbent should be recognized as a certified professional through the Board of Canadian Registered Safety Professionals or have the qualifications to achieve designation.
  • Strong management and organizational skills with the ability to communicate throughout various levels in the organization and with government agencies both.
  • Formal leadership skill training an asset.
  • Developing people, teams and culture.
  • Ability to lead and manage multi-disciplinary teams.
  • Excellent oral and written skills.
  • Good knowledge of Microsoft office.
  • Applicants must be eligible to work in Canada.

To express your interest in this position please forward your resume to:

Human Resources
 Tahoe Canada
P.O. Box 1067
Timmins ON
P4N 7H9
Email: TimminsHR@tahoeresources.com
Fax 705-269-4349

We thank all candidates for their interest in Tahoe Canada; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted. 

Tahoe Canada is an equal opportunity employer.

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Trainer (UG Hard Rock Mining Program)

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Job Description
In this role, you will be responsible for the day to day management of the UG Hard Rock Program, which includes general administrative responsibilities to lead the program, plus teaching all related modules and skills to students enrolled in the Program. In addition, there will be training and mentoring responsibilities to support operational staff outside of the UG Hard Rock Mining Program. He/she is responsible to ensure that all employees follow safe operating practices when performing tasks and to provide training and guidance to all workers. 80% of the incumbent’s time will be spent underground and hands on training.

Job Details
Bell Creek Mine Site

Responsibilities
Reporting to the Superintendent of Health and Safety, the Trainer will have the following responsibilities:

  • Administer and deliver all aspects of the UG Hard Rock Miner Program, inclusive of training, development, delivery and evaluation of all modules associated with the program.
  • Ensure that the training programs and modules are structured and delivered to ensure employees/students have received appropriate, timely and effective training and accreditation.
  • Contribute to the planning, initiating, implementing and evaluation of educational programs and learning resources for employees/students related to the program.
  • Ensure compliance with regulatory, company and training program requirements, while striving for best practices as appropriate.
  • Monitor and provide relevant and timely updates to management on the overall program implementation, delivery and compliance to regulatory and program requirements
  • Plan and organize employee/ student training evaluations.
  • Provide effective and constructive feedback to employees/students to ensure understanding and safe application of skills in a professional underground mining environment.
  • Mentor employees/students to excel in a professional mining environment, while providing guidance in basic life skills to help develop their employability for long term success.
  • Foster involvement, choice, and autonomy of the students in developing their skills to the best of their abilities.
  • Schedule and arrange training for employees/students as required.
  • Update databases as required (Training Matrix)

Qualifications

  • Train the Trainer Certification
  • 5-7 years of related mining experience and supervisory experience
  • Proven leadership abilities with excellent oral, written and interpersonal skills
  • The ability to communicate oral and written within all levels of the organization
  • Recognized formal safety certification an asset
  • Underground Hard Rock Miner Common Core, Supervisory Common Core and Specialty accreditations
  • 5 years of practical experience in an underground mine and knowledge of the industry
  • 10 years of industrial training and training program development
  • Participation in formal leadership development programs; proven track record of safety leadership involvement
  • Knowledge of safety management systems
  • Knowledge and experience in incident investigations, risk assessments, due diligence, etc.
  • Ability to develop professional, effective and practical training material
  • Ability to work effectively with a variety of stakeholders, inclusive of general mine staff, regulators, students, vendors and external partners.
  • Ability to administer and manage a training program
  • Ability and aptitude to train, mentor and coach in a challenging environment
  • Ability to adapt training material and teaching style to promote positive and meaningful engagement.
  • Knowledge and experience in building and contributing to a culture of safety at work and home.
  • Computer literacy; proficient in Excel, Word, Outlook and Power Point
  • Must have a good understanding and knowledge of general mining operations and underground mining equipment.
  • Strong ability to effectively communicate in English (oral and written)
  • Applicants must be eligible to work in Canada.

To express your interest in this position please forward your resume to:

Human Resources
Tahoe Canada
Bell Creek
P.O. Box 1067
Timmins ON
P4N 7H9
Email: TimminsHR@tahoeresources.com
Fax 705-269-4978

We thank all candidates for their interest in Tahoe Canada; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Tahoe Canada is an equal opportunity employer.

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Mine Manager

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Job Description
In this role, you will have managerial responsibility and accountability for operations, engineering, geology, environmental and safety at one of our Timmins based underground mines. Overall, this role will be responsibility for the coordination of all the related support activities for the mine site.

Job Details
Location: Timmins, Ontario

Full Time

Responsibilities
This is a role for a senior mining professional with a blend of operations and project management credentials, as well as highly developed leadership skills. Candidates will be assessed against the following critical credentials:

  • Ensures that the safety strategy is maintained as a core value of the operations
  • Executes business strategy at optimal cost and productivity, without compromising long term growth, i.e. reserves
  • Manages P&L and evaluates options for increased profitability and improving mine performance
  • Leads the development of the mine’s strategic plan and annual operating business plan
  • Leads the strategic plan for the continued development and growth of the mine
  • Prioritizes resources for optimal utilization
  • Drives a culture of cost efficiency and continuous improvement in all areas
  • Oversees the development and implementation of the annual operating budget and quarterly forecasts for the mine site
  • Ensures a business case for capital projects, managing benefits vs costs
  • Tracks relevant operational performance metrics and processes
  • Maintains a hands-on approach to the management of the operations team

Qualifications

  • A track record of safety leadership
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Mining Engineering is preferably, and post graduate study would be considered favorably.
  • 10 years mine operations experience (including underground mine experience), at least 5 years at a senior management level.
  • Familiarity with bulk and narrow vein underground gold deposits and shaft hoisting operations is a must.
  • Experience in leading a dynamic team, successfully meeting safety and production targets, while managing all stakeholder requirements.
  • Solid understanding of budgeting and financial planning
  • Good problem solving and decision making skills.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills required.
  • Applicants must be eligible to work in Canada.

To express your interest in this position please forward your resume to:

Human Resources
Tahoe Canada
P.O. Box 1067
Timmins ON
P4N 7H9
Email: TimminsHR@tahoeresources.com
Fax 705-269-4978

We thank all candidates for their interest in Tahoe Canada; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Tahoe Canada is an equal opportunity employer.

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Senior Mine Engineer

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Job Description
In this role, the Senior Mine Engineer will to carry out engineering tasks in mine planning, project engineering and coordinate tasks with operational personnel in support of achieving production schedules.

Job Details
Location: Bell Creek Mine – Porcupine, Ontario

Full Time

Responsibilities
Reporting to the Chief Engineer, the Senior Mine Engineer will have the following responsibilities:

  • Develop, optimize and implement the approved mine plan to achieve annual tonnage and ounce objectives in a safe and economic manner
  • Establish, execute and effectively monitor short-term (daily and 3M) and long-term (reserves and life of mine) plans that supports the growth of the operation
  • Facilitate weekly planning meetings, with key personnel, to coordinate activities in order to meet goals
  • Oversee, coordinate and address engineering activities including planning, surface and underground infrastructure, geotechnical matters, material handling, reconciliation and reporting
  • Monitor the underground activities to coordinate and prioritize the planning goals
  • In consultation with the mine team, plan alternative optimized methods of ore extraction, stope access and mining sequence, detailing the costs, benefits and issues with each approach and makes recommendations to the team
  • Oversee and signoff on month-end engineering reports and hourly bonus calculations
  • Monitor compliance and ensure adherence to applicable engineering codes, regulations, safety and environmental practices, performance standards and specifications
  • Assist in the development of the annual mine site budget and quarterly forecasts, with support from stakeholders
  • Contribute to strategic long term mine planning sessions, with input from all stakeholders
  • Coordinate mine engineering work with that of geology, ground control, ventilation and mine operators. Work closely with the operating and technical groups to support optimum utilization of resources.
  • Troubleshoot problems that arise; analyze and recommend solutions so that mining will proceed according to plan.
  • In consultation with the mine team, develop alternative methods of ore extraction; this will include assessing stope access, mining sequence, detailed costs, benefits and issues with each approach and making recommendations to the team.
  • Assist with underground mining studies, including cost estimates
  • Contribute to the development of policies and procedures in engineering
  • Participate actively in training programs, personal improvement, and job improvement initiatives.
  • Continually develop the ability, knowledge and skills necessary to keep up with the changing methods and technology in the job.
  • Assist with special projects that arise within the planning and projects teams.
  • Perform other duties as requested.

Qualifications

  • Must possess accreditation as a fully qualified Professional Engineer in good standing and a minimum of 6 to 8 years of related work experience after graduation.
  • Leadership and initiative as well as innovative and analytical thinking.
  • Strong background in narrow-vein, long-hole and conventional mining methods is essential
  • Experience with cemented rock fill (CRF) and paste fill would be considered an asset
  • Experience with UG water management would be considered an asset
  • Knowledge of engineering techniques as they apply to ore body evaluation and mine operations
  • Strong communication skills
  • Strong computer skills are required including the ability to use and create excel spreadsheets and work with scheduling programs. Excellent skills are required in the use of Computer Aided Design programs such as A Mine, EPS, AutoCAD and others
  • Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, Power Point and Project)
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills are required. The ability to relate to both operations and engineering in a team approach is essential to success.
  • Underground Mining experience is required.
  • Applicants must be eligible to work in Canada.

To express your interest in this position please forward your resume to:

Human Resources
Tahoe Canada
Bell Creek
P.O. Box 1067
Timmins ON
P4N 7H9
Email: TimminsHR@tahoeresources.com
Fax 705-269-4978

We thank all candidates for their interest in Tahoe Canada; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Tahoe Canada is an equal opportunity employer.

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Guatemala

Safety Manager

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Minera San Rafael, the Guatemala operating company of Tahoe Resources Inc., is seeking a qualified SAFETY MANAGER at its Escobal mine in Santa Rosa Department, Guatemala. The SAFETY MANAGER reports directly to the General Manager.

Tahoe Resources Inc is a publicly traded company (TSX, BVL:THO/NYSE:TAHO) led by experienced mining professionals who are dedicated to the responsible production of precious metals in the Americas. As a new leader in precious metals, we operate the Escobal silver mine in Guatemala and La Arena gold mine in Peru and are developing the Shahuindo project, also in Peru.

Tahoe’s management team has proven experience in permitting, financing and building precious metal mines in Latin America. The Company is dedicated to maximizing shareholder value while working to the highest standards of environmental protection and community engagement.

Reporting to the SAFETY MANAGER will be all safety supervisors, technicians and assistants. The SAFETY MANAGER will also be responsible to oversee training and physical work area inspections in accordance with Safety department goals (these goals include advancing and implementing those safety practices and standards which meet / exceed industry standards for a safe, productive, and low-cost operation).

RESPONSIBILITIES WILL INCLUDE:

  • Maintain and apply knowledge of current safety policies and regulations for mining and milling processes
  • Assist in safety training throughout operations and assure all safety procedures and policies are in place, updated and communicated
  • Visit all areas of the operations regularly to ensure MSHA & OSHA standards are being met
  • Act as the company’s representative with government officials for safety matters
  • Recommend process and product safety features that will reduce employees’ exposure to chemical, physical, and biological work hazards
  • Provide strategic support in areas of occupational health and industrial hygiene, working closely with medical clinic and Human Resources
  • Inspect facilities, machinery, and safety equipment to identify and correct potential hazards, and to ensure safety regulation compliance
  • Ensure appropriate safety devices are installed on all machinery and equipment
  • Implement the mine rescue program and ensure that the Emergency Response Plan and Procedures are suitable for the purposes required
  • Review employee safety programs to determine their adequacy
  • Investigate industrial accidents, injuries, or occupational diseases to determine causes and preventive measures
  • Review plans and operational activities to determine whether all safety requirements have been met
  • Report or review findings from accident investigations, facilities inspections, or environmental testing
  • Interview employers and employees to obtain information about work environments and workplace incidents
  • The Safety Manager will oversee and ensure proper administration of all company safety policies, compensation, and all other rules of work for all employees in all areas of the Escobal project. This may include hiring employees, discharge of employees with or without cause, level of compensation, approval and execution of promotions and demotions, and all other matters pertaining to safety performance of all workers on the project
  • Undertake weekly, monthly and quarterly reports and presentations as required
  • Lead the Safety Department by example and be involved in safety talks, meetings, presentations and seminars at operations

REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

  • Knowledge and experience with underground mine rescue
  • Minimum 7 years in health and safety at an underground mining operation
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (Work, Excel and PowerPoint)
  • Detailed knowledge of underground and surface safety (MSHA & OSHA standards)

Tahoe Resources is an equal opportunity employer.

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Peru

No Open Positions at This Time

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