Human Resources Co-op Student

Treasury Metals

Job Title: Human Resources Co-op Student

Date Posted: February 6, 2024

Reference #: 2024-002

Location: Goliath Gold Complex – Dryden, ON*

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

Schedule: Monday to Friday, 7am – 3pm CST

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

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

About the Opportunity:

Based at Goliath Gold Complex office near Dryden, ON, we currently have an exciting opportunity for one (1) Human Resources Co-op Student to join our Treasury Metals team, reporting to the Manager, Human Resources. The Human Resources Department provides strategic and operational advice in the areas of workforce planning, talent acquisition, onboarding, learning and development, performance management, employee engagement, diversity and inclusion, learning and development, compensation and benefits, reporting, and records management.

Treasury Metals Inc. is an exploration and development company currently in the process of 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 outdoor person’s heaven with fishing, hiking, and biking at its doorstep.

The Human Resources Co-op Student will work within the Human Resources team to provide administrative and hands-on support, gaining exposure across various areas of Human Resources and learning about the mining industry in Northwestern Ontario. There will be opportunity for the student to contribute new ideas and work on projects of interest to them in alignment with organizational objectives.


Talent Acquisition:

• Monitor the Careers Inbox and answer routine questions from candidates

• Support with career fair scheduling and logistics

• Assist with job postings including sourcing, maintaining files, conducting candidate prescreening, scheduling interviews, supporting the development of interview materials, and occasionally participating on interview panels

• Assist with the completion of candidates’ pre-employment requirements, including reference checks

• Coordinate the new hire onboarding process including sending relevant notifications to new hires, collecting paperwork, conducting onboarding presentations, and data entry into HRIS and spreadsheets

• Support with preparation of organizational announcements

• Contribute to employer branding initiatives, including gathering employee testimonials, developing career profiles, and building relationships with external partners

Employee Development and Engagement:

• Assist with training program scheduling, logistics, and communications

• Track and maintain training documentation

• Contribute to the development of training materials

• Support the planning and activation of employee activities, workplace events, and celebrations (ie. teambuilding, summer BBQs, new hire welcomes, lunch & learns)

• Assist with new hire check-ins and exit interviews

HRIS and Payroll Support:

• Assist with making and verifying entries in the HRIS/Payroll system

• Maintain accurate records for source documents and ensure necessary approvals have been granted before processing

Records & Reporting:

• Provide general administrative support including but not limited to photocopying, scanning, data entry, document control, taking meeting minutes, preparation of correspondence, reports, spreadsheets and presentations

• Maintain digital HR and Payroll filing systems

• Support with the implementation of Document Retention protocols

• Assist with collecting, analyzing, and reporting data in an engaging format for various internal and external stakeholders

Other HR Activities:

• Answer routine questions about Human Resources policies and programs

• Promote and participate in health, safety, and wellness programs and community engagement initiatives

• Occasional regional travel (ie. day trips to communities surrounding the Goliath Gold Complex)

• Additional responsibilities or tasks as reasonably assigned


Required Qualifications

• Currently enrolled in a post-secondary program in Canada with a focus on Human Resources or related field

• Enrolled in a co-op program

• Effective interpersonal and collaboration skills for team-based working

• Self-motivated with the ability to prioritize and execute multiple concurrent tasks

• Analytical with a solid attention to detail

• Excellent written and verbal communication skills

• Curiosity and creativity with a willingness to take initiative, research and provide solutions

• Strong service orientation with the desire to go above and beyond

• High level of integrity to handle confidential information and sensitive situations

• Experience using a variety of software applications, including Microsoft Office suite

• Valid Driver’s License (Equivalent to Ontario G2 or higher)

• Meets the eligibility criteria for grant program funding:

o Between 18 and 30 years of age at the beginning of the employment period;

o A Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or person to whom refugee protection has been conferred under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act for the duration of the employment; and

o Have a valid Social Insurance Number at the start of employment and legally entitled to work in Canada in accordance with relevant Ontario legislation and regulations.

Preferred Qualifications

• Previous experience in Human Resources is considered an asset

• Previous experience in a mining or industrial environment will be highly regarded

• Experience with SharePoint and records management preferred

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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