Take your career to the next level at one of our varied locations in North America. We offer positions in Alaska, British Columbia, Washington State, Ontario and Nevada.
In addition to our corporate head office in Toronto, Kinross has three mine sites in North America: Fort Knox (Alaska), Round Mountain (Nevada) and Kettle River-Buckhorn (Washington).
The open pit Fort Knox mine is located approximately 26 miles northeast of Fairbanks, Alaska and is the largest gold mine in the state. Fort Knox has a close and productive working relationship with the local community and actively participates and sponsors many community events and organizations.
In 2006, Kinross' Round Mountain mine reached the significant milestone of 10 million ounces poured, achieved over a 20-year period. A large tonnage open pit operation, Round Mountain has earned commendations for its safety and environmental initiatives and is a strong supporter of local community initiatives.
Kettle River-Buckhorn is an underground mine located in north-central Washington. The mine was re-designed as an underground mine, and engineered to keep its environmental footprint as small as possible to minimize the impact on the surrounding environment.
- PROFESSIONAL and NEW GRAD OFFERINGS
PROFESSIONAL and NEW GRAD OFFERINGS
Our objective is to attract and retain the best people in the mining industry. We offer highly competitive pay, bonus plan, benefits, relocation and a variety of training and development opportunities for professionals from a range of disciplines including mine engineering, health and safety, geology and environmental.
We offer internships for Mining Engineers, Geologists, Environmental Engineers and Metallurgists.
New Graduate Program
To support the increasing need for professionals, Kinross has developed the Regional Graduate Program. If selected, you will have the opportunity to work at two different Kinross sites in the region over a three-year period for experience and training. We typically hire from the following University programs: Geology, Mine Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Health & Safety, and Metallurgy.