About Radisson Mining Resources Inc.
Radisson Mining Resources is a mining exploration company based in Rouyn-Noranda. The O’Brien project, intersected by the Larder-Lake-Cadillac regional fault, constitutes Radisson’s main asset. The project is host to the former O’Brien mine, considered to have been the main producer of high-grade gold in the Abitibi greenstone belt at the time of its production (1,197,147 metric tons at 15.25 g/t Au for 587,121 ounces of gold between 1926-1957; SLR Consulting-April 2023). The O’Brien project brings together, among others, the O’Brien and Kewagama properties which are the flagship assets (501,000 ounces in indicated resources and 450,000 ounces inferred MRE 43-101 SLR Consulting April 2023). Acquired in August 2020 the New Alger property allowed us to extend the O’Brien structure by 1.2 km and also to the south of the O’Brien gold structure. Radisson holds more than 5 km of one of the richest structures in Quebec as well as strong discovery potential in the Pontiac group host to several gold showings both in outcrop and intersected by drilling. A 10,000 meter drilling program is underway at the O’Brien project. We need to fill exploration geologist positions.
Description of tasks:
Under the supervision of the Director of Exploration, the person is responsible for the execution of exploration programs:
- Supervises diamond drilling campaigns.
- Description of drill cores using various technological tools and software, application and monitoring of the QA/QC protocol.
- Compiles, processes and integrates drilling and field work data.
- Participates and provides technical/geological support for 3D modeling as well as monitoring drilling progress.
- Participates in the writing of technical reports.
- Assists the supervisor in all the company’s exploration activities, all in compliance with 43-101 standards, laws, rules, regulations, procedures and the mining and health and safety law. workplace safety in Quebec.
The O’Brien project is located in Rouyn-Noranda in the Cadillac district along Route 117.
Full-time. Day. Schedule 7/7 (during drilling), 40 hours per week 5/2 on site otherwise
- Be part of the Order of Geologists of Quebec (OGQ) or the Order of Engineers of Quebec (OIQ) or an Order of Geologists recognized in Canada.
- Possess a valid driving license.
- Canadian work permit
Level of study:
Undergraduate university (Baccalaureate), Geology or geological engineering
3 to 5 years of experience
Description of skills:
- Comply with health and safety provisions.
- Have a good working knowledge of Microsoft tools, knowledge of software such as Geotic, Leapfrog, MapInfo, is also desired.
- Demonstrate leadership, be determined, motivated and enjoy teamwork.
- Have skills in the interpretation of geological data.
Languages spoken and written:
To be discussed
Group insurance plan:
After 3 months
Expected start date:
Radisson offers continuing training based on the needs of its staff