PROMOTING A DIVERSE AND INCLUSIVE MINING WORKFORCE
On June 5, 2019, Join the Mining Industry Human Resources Council (MiHR), the Far Northeast Training Board (FNETB), and several other local employment and training agencies at 8:00 a.m. on June 5, 2019, for an information sharing and networking event.
Starting with a breakfast and running until noon, the event aims to promote resources that are available to engage Indigenous people, women, youth, and new comers in mining. Breakfast will be followed by presentations, testimonials and exchanges on how we can work together to increase labour force participation and help address mining industry workforce needs.
The afternoon will be dedicated to the Explore Your Options in Mining Job Fair from 1:00 p.m – 5:00 p.m., where industry representatives will have an opportunity to further meet and discuss with like minded experts and job seekers. Please note that this year’s job fair will focus on adult job seekers and high school students.
You don’t want to miss this opportunity. Stay tuned as further details become available in the coming weeks!
Our objective for 2019 is 500+ visitors to support the recruitment efforts of local mining companies. The job fair will run from 1:00 – 5:00 pm on June 5th. On that same day, organizers are planning a networking event for mining HR and recruiters to discuss resources and supports to encourage and increase mining employment opportunities for youth, women, Indigenous and new comers.
Stay tuned for details on the logistics for that portion of the day. In the meantime, we invite you to register now for the Explore Your Options in Mining Expo since space is limited. Last year we had 35 mining companies, manufacturers, service groups, training institutes, hiring agencies and academia all catering to the mining industry.
To register your company or for further information call toll free 866.754.9334, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.canadianminingexpo.com
The Explore Your Options in Mining Job Fair is being organized by The Far North East Training Board (FNETB) in partnership with Canadian Trade-Ex (CT-EX) organizers of the Canadian Mining Expo and several education and employment organizations, and private sector partners.