What do you value in a career?

At Agnico Eagle, our values never waver. We believe in trust, respect, equality, family and responsibility.  Why?  Because they express who we are, and they have helped us succeed in business for over 60 years.


What does agnico eagle value?

We value you – your unique set of skills and experience.  We value your willingness to build those skills and make a meaningful contribution to our company.  And, we value your commitment to treat every person on our team with respect, helping us to operate safely, protect the environment and make a positive contribution to our local communities.


About Meadowbank Complex and Our Nunavut Operations

Agnico Eagle is always looking for new talented team members to join our Nunavut mining operations. We have been operating at Meadowbank, our first Low Arctic mine, near Baker Lake for over nine years. The mine produced its three millionth ounce of gold in 2018. 2019 marked the last year of production at the Meadowbank mine, and has since transitioned to process ore from the Amaruq satellite deposit. With the official opening of the Amaruq Whale Tail Project in August 2019, the project is now referred to as the Meadowbank Complex.


Your Contribution:

Reporting to the Health and Safety General Supervisor, the Nurse is part of the Health and Safety Department and collaborates with other departments of the mine. The incumbent will be responsible for employee injury management, liaising with the WSCC for injury case management, new hire assessments, and working with our Medical Director as necessary.  He/she will ensure that the goals and objectives are achieved while promoting and respecting Agnico Eagle’s culture, Health & Safety Code of Conduct, and the environment.


Your Next Challenge:

  • Provide care to workers who are injured or become ill at work;
  • Assess the severity of a medical emergency and decide what treatment is appropriate;
  • Perform medical examinations, audiograms, PFT tests, and administer vaccinations;
  • Conduct WSCC/CNESST claims management and support for workers and contractors, ensuring appropriate documentation is completed;
  • Manage disability cases in collaboration with the Human Resources Department, as well as Return to Work programs for the site;
  • Ensure all medical equipment is inspected, certified and ready for an emergency;
  • Collect data from the departments and produce the required documentation for the month-end report;
  • Develop, schedule and implement Health & Hygiene Monitoring Programs;
  • Support other departments in the conception of their policies and procedures in keeping with the health and safety mining regulations;
  • Provide support and recommendations for corrective actions related to accidents/incidents, and conduct a follow-up by tracking injuries on Intelex;
  • Ensure the emergency transportation plan is completed;
  • Confirm communication equipment is fully operational;
  • Complete all appropriate documentation when arriving on any job site;
  • Complete site sign-in, company orientations and Hazard Assessments as assigned;
  • Partake in meetings and present results of the survey for the effectiveness of health requirements;
  • Follow all federal and provincial health and safety mining regulations;
  • Wear all Personal Protective Equipment at all times on the job site;
  • Remain current with treatment protocols reviewing the corporate handbook weekly;
  • Apply the best Health and Safety practices daily.


What You Need To Succeed:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Nursing;
  • Be a qualified Registered Nurse in the territory of Nunavut;
  • 7-8 years of experience as a Registered Nurse;
  • Emergency Room experience considered an asset;
  • ACLS, ATLS or TNCC Certificate or equivalent;
  • Experience working in a camp setting;
  • Experience working in an Arctic environment is an asset;
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work in a team;
  • Excellent working knowledge of all Microsoft Office software especially Outlook, Excel, Word & PowerPoint;
  • Strong ability to effectively communicate in English (Oral and written). Selected candidates must attain a passing mark on a SPEEXX English language assessment.


Work Schedule

  • Schedule: 14 days of work, followed by 14 days for transportation and rest; flights departing from all communities in the Kivalliq region, Mirabel or Val-d’Or, Quebec.