Field Administrator & Document Scanner (Diamond Mine, Fly-in Fly-out, Remote Arctic Job Site)

Field Administrator & Document Scanner (Diamond Mine, Fly-in Fly-out, Remote Arctic Job Site)

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Canada, Fly In, Fly Out





Join the team at Canada’s most iconic and recognized mine and experience the beauty and ruggedness of working at one of the most remote mine sites on the planet.
Enjoy the fly-in fly-out lifestyle of high-income earnings and lots of time off. This opportunity includes competitive compensation, daily overtime, 12 hours workdays, and full access to on-site room and board including fitness and recreational amenities; paid flights, hotels, & meals from the closest major airport to and from the jobsite; and more.  

To succeed in this position, you will need a high detail orientation and the demonstrated discipline to work efficiently in a highly repetitive environment. Scope includes the scanning of hardcopy project records; duplicate checks of scanned files; and data entry. Hiring preference will be given to applicants with Document Control and industrial ‘field’ experience.  

This opportunity is available to candidates in Vancouver, Kelowna, Comox, Prince George, Toronto, Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Regina, Calgary, Edmonton, and Red Deer. If you're interested in this opportunity, please email your resume to

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