Employment and Training Opportunities

Maximizing local and Yukon socio-economic benefits is an important objective for the remediation of the Faro Mine Site. Hiring for the Project will prioritize local people, Yukoners, Indigenous people and their businesses.
Faro Mine Remediation Project

Employment and Training Opportunities

The Faro Mine Remediation Project (FMRP) offers many jobs where you can achieve personal success, grow your skillset, and make a positive difference for our environment. The FMRP has something for everyone, and employees enjoy a positive work environment, growth potential, quality training and development programs, and the opportunity to live and work in the beautiful mountains within Kaska territory.

Discover Your Team

When you work for the FMRP, you're working to improve community, the environment and positively impact the lives of the team around you. Whether you’re a mechanic, project manager, heavy equipment operator, receptionist, environmental manager, water treatment operator or geotechnical expert there is a team and an FMRP job waiting for you.

A Commitment to You

Through training, mentorship, certification, apprenticeship, and career guidance, the FMRP will help you grow into a career you can be proud of, help you expand your current career or give you the opportunity to pivot into something entirely new.

Make a Difference

Make a positive difference to the environment and help the Kaska Nation remediate a critical cultural area. Each day, your work at the FMRP will make a positive contribution.


Compensation including hourly wages, salaries, benefits and time-off within the FMRP at Parsons is dependent on the position you apply for and the experience you bring.

Living and Working in Faro

In the middle of vast, unspoiled wilderness, the small town of Faro, Yukon offers endless recreation, wildlife viewing, rivers, mountains, and a northern culture that’s like nothing you’ve experienced.

  • Fannin Sheep, found only in the Yukon and NWT, are celebrated each year at Faro’s Crane & Sheep Festival.
  • Tee Time! A remarkable 9-hole community golf course weaves through the town of Faro and is a unique experience for any golfer.
  • The Dena Cho Trail is a 67-kilometre multi-use trail that follows the traditional Kaska route connecting Faro and Ross River.
  • The Community of Ross River

    In the middle of breathtaking wilderness and sitting at the confluence of the Ross and Pelly Rivers this Kaska community has exciting rivers, unbeatable backcountry adventures and is a great place to experience Kaska culture. The area is populated with numerous species of wildlife including moose, mountain goats, mountain sheep, wolves, grizzlies and black bears.

  • Fossil footprints found near Ross River led to the discovery of four types of prehistoric animals that resided in the area 85 million years ago.
  • Meet the Faro mine site.

    It is located in south-central Yukon, near the town of Faro, on the traditional territory of the Kaska Nations, and upstream from Selkirk First Nation.


    The FMRP Office is here to help you discover and pursue employment within the Project. Experienced tradespersons who want to grow their careers or train into additional or complimentary skills will find ample opportunity to do so at the FMRP. New workers looking to pursue trade certification or just gain valuable work experience will also find opportunities at FMRP. For those looking to pivot into entirely new trades or begin an apprenticeships program we may have something to offer. Call our office or stop by in person to discover what we have to offer.

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    Parsons Inc. has a dedicated Development Coordinator to help you find your passion and assist with your career growth and future potential.