A mining partnership has commenced operation at its $621 million precious metal development in Western Australia’s Goldfields-Esperance region.
Gold Road Resources and Gold Fields recently began operating its Gruyere Gold Project, 1000km northeast of Perth.
The proponents have begun recruiting for the following positions:
- field services expression of interest (EOI) for multiple positions
- exploration geologists EOI (multiple)
- mechanical field technician
- chief geologist
- corporate development principal
- field service technician
- field services superintendent
- community superintendent
- senior human resources advisor
- corporate EOI (multiple).
Successful applicants will be offered permanent full time work on a roster of eight days on and six days off, private health insurance allowance, quarterly bonuses, study assistance and support. Fly-in fly-out workers via Perth are welcome to apply.
The site is hailed to be the single largest gold discovery in the Golden State for more than a decade. Gold Road discovered the deposit in the Yamarna greenstone belt back in the year 2013. Two years later it was verified to be a world-class discovery after the company drilled a 1.7 km deep hole with funding from the State Department of Mines and Petroleum’s Exploration Incentive Scheme.
The project has an estimated resource of 155.37 million tonnes with an average grade of 1.32 grams a tonne. It is expected to produce 300,000 ounces of gold each year.
Mining started in November 2018, first ore was mined in January the following year and first gold poured in June.
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“Congratulations to Gold Road and Gold Fields on the opening of WA’s newest gold mine,” State Mines and Petroleum Minister Bill Johnston said in a public statement. “The Gruyere project is vitally important to WA, not only because of its gold output, but also because it will provide around 250 jobs over the next 12 years and open up a new gold province.”