Ambler Metals LLC Ambler, AK
- Expired: over a month ago. Applications are no longer accepted.
The Mapping Geologist will gather and evaluate geologic and geochemical data aiding in the efficient execution of the Upper Kobuk Mineral Projects' resource development and exploration goals.
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES
- Geologic mapping at prospect and local scales in tectonically complex and regionally metamorphosed rocks of the Ambler Schist Belt and Cosmos Hills
- Geological field prospecting and geochemical sampling
- Supervise field geologists and geotechnicians
- Ensure that proper & preemptive safety practices are always followed
- Compile data, initiate, test and propose means to advance geologic interpretation
- Aid in, update, or complete geologic and geochemical models
- Ensure compliance with mapping and sampling QA/QC procedures
- Preform checks of geologic and geochemical data prior to importation into the master database
- Liaise with the GIS/Database Manager, verify and correct any exports from the master database by the GIS/Database Manager
- Support drill site activities, locating and aligning drills
- Learn Ambler Metals core logging procedures
- Identify, correct, and report environmental infractions
- Prepare daily reports and presentations for the field
- Assist writing specific sections of annual reports
- Communicate and coordinate with all other departments to share resources during the field season to ensure success of the overall project
- Other duties as assigned to further the exploration goals for the UKMP Education and training
- Bachelor of Science in Geology or Geophysics, emphasis on ore deposits or mineral exploration preferred
- 4-7 years' experience in geology, 1 year in a position of applicable responsibility is preferred
- Remote exploration experience required
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
- Proficient with Microsoft Office products.
- Proficiency with ESRI ArcGIS, geologic modeling software (preferably LeapFrog) and database management is a plus.
- Good oral, writing, mathematical and scientific skills
- Knowledge of and familiarity with the Upper Kobuk region of Alaska
- Knowledge of and ability to carry out safe, remote operational procedures
- Ability to work tactfully and respectfully with camp staff, contractors and visitors
- Ability to work independently, exercise good judgement and manage time in an effective manner
- Ability to be flexible and adaptable to change
- Ability to take initiative in the case of an emergency
- Ability to follow and provide instructions effectively and in a timely manner
- Ability to comfortably travel in and work around helicopters and small fixed wing aircraft.
- Demonstrated ability to effectively deal with several tasks simultaneously
- Physically able to repetitively lift and carry 35 pounds.
- Must be able to work and hike in alpine arctic terrain, adverse weather, in a remote camp setting on a rotational basis
- Required to remain onsite in a remote camp setting throughout rotation. A typical schedule consists of a 20/10 rotation, 11 hours per day. Work is seasonal in nature, typically full-time from May through September. Work in the Fairbanks warehouse on a 5 day 8 hour a day work schedule during the Fall.
- May be required to work in arctic conditions during the winter months
- Travel to site may be via small fixed-wing aircraft or boat. Travel on site and surrounding areas is by four- wheel drive vehicles, all-terrain vehicles, and rotary-winged aircraft
- Exposure to inclement weather conditions (including snow, rain, wind as well as extremely warm or cold conditions) is common during field operations. Possible exposure to wild animals.
- Employees will be subject to all Company policies, including drug and alcohol screening. Pre-employment drug screening and background checking is required.
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