Employment Opportunities

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.

Find 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.

Make a Difference

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

A Commitment to You

Through training, mentorship and career guidance the FMRP will help you move into a career you can grow and be proud of.

Need Resume Help? Career Advice?

We can help wit that too!

Connect with the FMRP office to use public computers and free internet to apply on open positions, update your resume, search for current job openings, or just talk about the various opportunities at FMRP.

 We have knowledgeable staff, support materials, and printers available for anyone interested in employment or training.

Want to know more about the possibilities?

Set up a one-on-one meeting with our office to discuss your next opportunity.

Faro Mine Remediation Project Office
Address: 2064 2nd Ave, Whitehorse, YT, Canada
Hours: Monday – Friday from 9am – 4pm
Phone: +1 867-689-7718

Attention Local Seasonal Workers

The Faro Mine Remediation Project includes care and maintenance duties and projects throughout the winter months. We need local skilled trades and those willing to train into positions that help keep the project moving forward. Positions like security officers, mine rescue technicians, and carpenters are often required. We also conduct training programs and courses for those looking to pivot into new careers.

Check the Parsons employment website regularly and search for “Faro“. Applications are accepted online.

Want to learn more?  Come by our office in Whitehorse and connect with our team.