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My client has had over 15 years of production, development and financial growth, making themselves one of the most prevalent mining companies in the world. With operating mines in North andSouth America, this company has a reputable portfolio of mineral and development projects. Do not miss this rare chance to become apart of an innovative company, who prides their reputation on excellence in discovery and sustainable development.


This is a three month maternity leave contract position which has the potential to become long-term for the right person. The successful individual will have experience in managing payroll for 70 or more Canadian, American and other international employees. They must be advanced in Microsoft Excel and strong knowledge of ADP payroll software (paychecks and pay@work). Although the main responsibility of this position is payroll, this person will also perform some general ledger entries; hence general accounting knowledge is also mandatory.


The ideal candidate must possess exceptional communication and problem solving skills. Time management and an ease for working with people are also key abilities required for this position. If this sounds like you please apply now.


The right person can transform a business, if you’re not right for this role, but you know someone who is, please pass on this information to help them achieve their next career success!

Posted: June 14, 2018
Closes: August 13, 2018
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