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District Geologist Assistant - Government of Ontario

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Organization: Government of Ontario
Job Title:District Geologist Assistant
Salary:$835.58 - $931.92 per week
Category:Science and Scientific
Deadline: 2/8/2012: Expired
Location:Kirkland Lake, Ontario


Bring your knowledge of geology and strong administrative skills and come work with one of the top 100 Canadian employers of choice for 2012. We offer excellent health benefits, pension plan, and challenging and interesting work in one of Canada's most prolific geological areas.


In this bilingual position, you will:

  • assist with property visits, processing and maintaining assessment files
  • assist with library services
  • provide technical assistance and information services to clients
  • maintain databases
  • carry out general clerical and administrative functions.

  • Experience and Qualifications

    Mandatory requirements:

  • proficiency in English and oral French at the advanced level
  • ability to lift heavy objects in excess of 25kg
  • valid driver's license Specialized knowledge:
  • knowledge of geology principles and practices
  • knowledge of exploration and geotechnical assessment work
  • ability to interpret and apply legislation such as the Mining Act Technical/computer skills:
  • ability to read and interpret geological maps and air photos
  • computer proficiency with standard office software (e.g word processors, spreadsheets, databases, internet browsers) with good keyboarding/data entry skills
  • ability to operate geographic information systems and internet based systems to display and retrieve information People skills:
  • effective communication, interpersonal and customer service skills to interact with clients Other relevant skills:
  • good problem solving, investigative and research skills
  • ability to work independently and set work priorities
  • knowledge of administrative procedures
  • ability to conduct field investigations, including traversing across rugged terrain

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