We are looking for experienced, skilled engineers like you to help us deliver on our purpose to create value and improve lives through sustainable and responsible mining. Join us, and we’ll help you take your career to the next level by leveraging and expanding your knowledge and experience in world class mining operations.
Some of the engineer opportunities at Newmont Goldcorp include:
We are looking for experienced, skilled professionals like you to help us build a safer, more successful business that creates shared value for all our stakeholders. Join us, and we’ll help you take your career to the next level.
Some of the professional career opportunities at Newmont Goldcorp include:
- Communications, Government and Community Relations
- Finance and Accounting
- Health, Safety and Environment
- Human Resources
- Information Technology
- Supply Chain
Newmont Goldcorp offers exciting opportunities for those with specialized skills to advance your talent and develop your career. You will have the opportunity to engage with other highly skilled operators and technicians who will challenge you to be your best. Our culture focuses on safety – a commitment we stand by in everything we do.
Some of the skilled and technical roles at Newmont Goldcorp include:
- Electrical and Instrumentation Technicians
- Mobile Equipment Operators
- Plant Operators
- Process Technicians
- Truck Drivers
Yanacocha is South America’s largest gold mine, located in the province and department of Cajamarca, approximately 800 kilometers northeast of Lima, Peru. Yanacocha’s operations are situated between 3,500 and 4,100 meters above sea level with development activities in four primary basins. The operation is a joint venture between Newmont Goldcorp (51.35%), Minas Buenaventura (43.65%) and the International Finance Corporation (5%). Yanacocha operates with integrity, trust and respect to create no only profitable production but also generate sustainable development and opportunity in the region.
Newmont Suriname was established in 2004 as an entity of Newmont Goldcorp Corporation and is headquartered in Paramaribo, Suriname. The Newmont Merian Project is located approximately 60 km south of Moengo in a largely undeveloped part of the country with the nearest permanent settlement, Langa Tabiki, approximately 17 km east from the Project site. Strong support from host communities and the government of Suriname strengthen Newmont Goldcorp’s ability to deliver safe, profitable production with significant upside potential and opportunity for employees, host communities and shareholders.
At this time, only Expatriate roles are posted below. To view the list of local jobs in Suriname please click here.
Elko Land and Livestock Company (ELLCo), a subsidiary of Newmont Goldcorp, owns and operates several ranches in Nevada. In addition to exploring and developing mineral resources, Newmont Goldcorp’s four major ranches – TS, Horseshoe, Big Springs and IL – are also managed for traditional uses, such as livestock production and agriculture, as well as for renewable resource development. Combined, the ranches include 750,000 acres of private land and 1.5 million acres of grazing allotments on public lands. Most significantly, the ranches provide land management and mitigation resources to support our mining operations.
All of our ranches have federal grazing allotments and associated grazing permits. The ranches are located in the following Nevada counties:
- TS Ranch – Eureka and Lander counties
- Horseshoe Ranch – Northern Eureka County
- Big Springs Ranch – Elko County
- IL Ranch – Elko, Pershing and Humboldt counties
The ranches’ elevations, soils and vegetation vary from salt-desert shrub in the lower elevation valleys, to sagebrush on the mountain slopes, to aspen trees at the higher elevations. Irrigated croplands and meadows represent the ‘farmland’ on the ranches. Dispersed throughout are riparian areas and associated meadows, springs and streams. Wildlife is abundant and includes many species of neo-tropical birds, waterfowl and upland birds, mule deer, pronghorn antelope and other species. Some of the streams on our ranch land support Lahontan Cutthroat Trout – a threatened species.
The TS Hay Program
The TS hay program began in the early 1870s, when William Dunphy, the founder of the TS Ranch, constructed an irrigation system along the Humboldt River and the Rock Creek floodplain in Boulder Valley. Since that time, both flood and sprinkler irrigation has been expanded and improved. Today, alfalfa, grass, and grain hay are produced and hay is raised primarily as winter-feed for the TS cowherd. The top end hay is directed to the California dairy markets, with the balance of the hay crop being consumed by the TS cowherd or sold to neighboring ranchers.
The TS Cowherd
The TS cowherd comprises approximately 5,500 commercial cows, 750 replacement heifers and 250 herd bulls. These animals are wintered on private pasture lands and spend the summers grazing on public and private rangelands. The herd has been deliberately developed over the past 20 years and is carefully managed for genetics, health and production.