Be part of the Alliance Magnesium team!
Alliance Magnesium is in construction to produce a high value-added metal from mine tailings and recycled magnesium. It has patented an innovative technology that will bring about radical change in the world of magnesium production by making the most sustainable magnesium on the planet. The metal production plant involves the following activities: recycling, preparation of the tailings, hydrometallurgical extraction, dehydration, electrolysis and casting. The company will provide its clients with high-purity magnesium, manufactured and distributed according to the principles of sustainable development, while respecting the environment and the community, at the lowest possible cost.
Jobs at Alliance Magnesium
The hiring process has begun, in collaboration with Raymond Chabot Human Ressources, and will continue on a gradual basis. Please do not hesitate to send us your spontaneous application, specifying the field in which you are interested. All applications are kept on file and analyzed when the time comes.
Seneca Experts-Conseils Inc. and Seneca Construction Inc. are responsible for engineering activities and construction management, respectively, in close collaboration with our team, to build the plant. Many positions related to our project are currently posted on their website:
* Begining soon 2021
- Head of OHS Department
- Head of Environmental Department
- Supervisor – casting center
- Laboratory technician
- Operators – casting center
- Automation and Network Administrator
* Alliance Magnesium has an equal employment opportunity program. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
What we offer:
Do you want to contribute to the development of a major industrial project? Do you want to be of those who will proudly wear the title of builders of the world’s most responsible magnesium company?
With nearly $145 million in funding for the commercial demonstration phase completed, construction of the plant has begun as well as hiring process.
It should be remembered that the casting centre (foundry) will be the first sector in operation in 2021. Construction will continue for the remainder of the plant, until a total of 110 people are hired by the end of 2021.