Taseko Mines Limited is entering a period of growth and opportunity and is seeking qualified individuals to add to its corporate engineering team.
The company has recently completed construction of a US$25 million demonstration plant at its Florence Copper Project in Arizona. Florence Copper is a unique in-situ copper recovery project which, when in production, will significantly increase Taseko’s copper production.Engineering, design and permitting activities are underway in preparation for the 20-year commercial production phase of the project.
With the recent acquisition of Yellowhead Mining (transaction closed in February 2019), Taseko has added a large, long-life copper project to its development portfolio. The deposit, located 150km north of Kamloops, BC, is similar to the Gibraltar Mine deposit and the company is preparing to take the steps necessary to advance the technical and permitting work required to move the project towards production.
In addition to the activities underway at Florence Copper and Yellowhead, Taseko continues engineering, permitting and assessment related activities at its Aley niobium project in north central BC.
If you are qualified for the positions posted and interested in being part of reshaping the future of Taseko, please contact us through the online application system or sending your particulars to Amanda Brooks at email@example.com
To view the positions that Taseko is seeking to fill, go to the Current Opportunities section of our website at https://www.tasekomines.com/careers/current-opportunities
Taseko Mines is a dynamic international mining company, headquartered in Vancouver. Our strategy is to grow the company through developing our pipeline of high quality, advanced stage projects.
Taseko owns (75%) and operates the state-of-the-art Gibraltar Mine in central British Columbia. Gibraltar is the second largest open pit copper mine in Canada and has a 700 person workforce.It has a long mine life and is expected to produce an average of 140 million pounds of copper and 2.5 million pounds of molybdenum per year over the next 21 years.
In addition to being a significant copper and molybdenum producer, Taseko is also an accomplished mine developer with a promising pipeline of gold, copper and niobium projects in both Canada and the United States.