Seeking multiple (up to 4), student geologists to join our team for various assignments with ongoing projects across western Canada / North America.
Reporting to Axiom’s on-site Project Geologist(s) and managers you will provide office and remote field support for projects across all of Axiom’s divisions.
This unique opportunity will allow you to explore the various sectors of the natural resources industries through exposure to; Axiom Exploration, Axiom Energy Services, Axiom UAV & Geomatics, Axiom Environment. You will have the chance to work alongside experienced professionals in their various fields and gain valuable work experience along the way.
Assist with a variety of geological activities at both the deposit-scale and regional-scale including surficial outcrop sampling programs, geological mapping, and prospecting
Assist ground and UAV based geophysical survey crews
To provide on-site field support of exploration and delineation drilling programs
Assist wellsite geologists with sample collection, sample preparation and file completion
Data compilation / data entry for geological, geophysical, and geochemical datasets
Sampling and monitoring activities alongside environmental scientists
Other duties as required
Minimum education level: You will be entering your 3rd or 4th year as a university student in geology (or a related science) at an accredited post-secondary institution, returning to full-time studies after the work term
- (eligible for registration with APEGS / APEGA / APEGM)
Clear indication of the length of work term for which you are available
Working knowledge of geology, geochemistry and geophysical surveys
Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite
Accuracy, attention to detail, and strong analytical / organizational skills are fundamental
Professionally fluent in written and spoken English (ILR Level 4-5 or CLB Level 10-12)
Must be in good physical condition and willing to comply with all project health and safety requirements, including any site-specific certifications and / or drug testing requirements
Ability to frequently lift, carry and push 50 lbs
Ability to frequently reach below and at-shoulder level
Collaboration skills that enable you to build strong, positive relationships in culturally diverse environments
Residents of Saskatchewan preferred
Successful completion of a recognized First Aid training safety course, certification must be current and not due to expire for the anticipated duration of the project
A valid driver’s license and a clean driving record
Previous work experience in mineral exploration, mining, geophysics, geomatics, surveying, GIS or wellsite geology considered an asset
For more information or to be considered for these positions, please contact or send resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org. Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.