Geology Co-op Student

Treasury Metals

Job Title: Geology Co-op Student (Up to 2 positions available for Summer 2024)

Date Posted: January 11, 2024

Location: Goliath Gold Complex (near Dryden, ON*)

Reference No.: 2024-001

Position Type: Site-based, Fixed Term Contract / Co-op

Term: May 6, 2024 to August 30, 2024 (some flexibility with start and end dates is available)

Schedule: Depending on organizational needs we may consider either:

(1) Monday to Friday 7am CST to 3pm CST; or

(2) 6am CST to 6pm CST on a 14/14 rotation

*Company housing and travel to the Goliath Gold Complex will be provided if the student lives outside of the local area.

*CSA-approved footwear will be provided to all successful incumbents.

About the Opportunity:

Based at Goliath Gold Complex office near Dryden, ON, we currently have an exciting opportunity for up to two (2) Geology Co-op Students to join our Treasury Metals team, reporting to the Lead Geologist.

Treasury Metals Inc is an exploration and development company currently advancing their flagship property, the Goliath Gold Complex through the development process. The Goliath Gold Complex has the potential to be Canada’s newest gold mine and is located close to the beautiful city of Dryden, a well-appointed community with all the amenities for raising a family and an outdoors person’s heaven with fishing, hiking, biking, and skiing at its doorstep.

The Geology Co-op Student will support the Geology Team with exploration programs. The Geology Co-op Student should expect significant fieldwork including mapping and prospecting in the role. Data collection and management will be an important part of daily tasks. The role will also support any diamond drilling programs through geoteching, logging, sampling, measuring and core photography.


• Field mapping and prospecting;

• Following planned traverses;

• Using logging software to capture geological data from outcrops station;

• Assisting in the core shack;

• Supporting data compilation, analysis and QAQC in office;

• Working and communicating within the team towards well-defined objectives;

• Working with site operational team to ensure environmental performance meets or exceeds protocols;

• Demonstrating a personal commitment to Safety, Health, and Environment responsibilities; and

• Additional responsibilities or tasks as reasonable assigned.



• Registered in a full-time or part-time post-secondary program in a Canadian post-secondary institution, focused on geology or a related field;

• Enrolled in a co-op program;

Has appropriate knowledge of the principles and practices of geology

Physically fit for walking several kilometers per day;

• Able to work in adverse weather conditions and terrain;

• Valid Driver’s license (equivalent to Class G in Ontario);

• Effective communication, interpersonal and organizational skills;

• Ability to work well within a team;

• Strong time management skills with the ability to meet multiple and competing deadlines;

• Skill using or ability to learn industry-standard software packages (ie. MxDeposit, Leapfrog or QGIS); and

• Meets the eligibility criteria for grant program funding:

               o Canadian citizen, Permanent Resident of Canada, or Protected Person under the Immigration & Refugee Protection Act; and

               o Legally entitled to work in Canada and according to relevant Ontario legislation and regulations.


• Students in the 3rd year of their program or above with some field mapping courses completed;

• Previous geological work as a summer student;

• Experience in a mining or industrial environment;

• Familiarity using a GPS, compass, and maps;

• Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office Suite (ie. Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Teams); and

• Students who have a student membership in a professional geological association.

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Treasury Metals welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process