Today, Seabridge employs people from its Treaty and First Nations partners and local non-aboriginal communities for environmental fieldwork, jobs in the project camps and for other contracted work. To see what it’s like to live and work in camp during the exploration season, we’ve uploaded an album in our Photo Gallery. You can also read Vern’s Story, a first-hand account of the life of a chef working at Seabridge’s KSM Camp.
If you’re starting to think about working in mining, either at KSM or at other mines in British Columbia check out our fact sheets about careers in the mining industry. These fact sheets include information about specific jobs and where you can go for training and education to prepare for a career in mining.
We are not hiring yet, but we accept resumes and will keep them on file for when the construction period begins. Resumes can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.