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Inside Sales Representative – new

Mining Delta

Qualifications-high school graduation is required-post secondary education is preferred-knowledge of steel plate and experience in the steel industry… Glassdoor

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Warehouse Person – new

Mining Burnaby

Qualifications:Industrial supply experience and forklift skills an assetRequires heavy lifting, up to 60 lbsWHMIS Certification would be an… Glassdoor

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Ventilation Technician – new

Mining Manitoba

This job offers an excellent opportunity to apply your technical skills and take on greater responsibility and autonomy.The Ventilation Technician… Glassdoor

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Quality Assurance Representative – new

Mining Montreal

We are looking for the perfect candidate with the following attributes:Assist in the implementation and maintenance of the companys quality… Glassdoor

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Journeyman Millwright – new

Mining Manitoba Avenue, Manitoba

Reporting to the maintenance supervisor you will be responsible for PM repairs, complete tear downs and rebuilds, as well as alignments and… Glassdoor

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Air & Electric Tool Service Technician – new

Mining Burnaby

Qualifications:Ø Minimum 3 years experience in air tool repair and servicing a wide range of tools.Ø Must speak, write and understand English… Glassdoor

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Gary J. Goldberg
19 Ratings

    Toxic and contentious place to work. Stay away or wait to be layed off.

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    Current Employee - IT Dev  in  Denver, CO (US)
    Current Employee - IT Dev in Denver, CO (US)

    I have been working at Newmont Mining full-time for more than 3 years


    Good benefits, though they continue to erode. Depending upon the department and manager, some are much better than others. Stay away from IT and accounting. Terrible leadership! If you can even call it that.


    Terrible atmosphere of fear, retaliation, lack of accountability, lack of progress. CIO literally yells at people, and acceptable since there have been numerous complaints to HR...IT dept is clueless and people are so far over their heads it's absurd. The egos are unparalled, but without cause or reason. People in upper positions act entitled, rushing to fix things for the execs, but leave the regular people to fend for themselves and without resources or tools.

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    Fire you whole executive staff and start over. You hired a CFO who had been fired, then she promoted the guy who overran the SAP project by 350% and has no idea what's going on in the company, but none of the execs do, they just stay in their glass castles and beat to a different and far superior benefit and payroll drum.

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