sma-careers-presentation - Saskatchewan Mining Association

Report
The Saskatchewan Mining Advantage
120 Career Choices &
18,000 opportunities
PDAC 2012
March 6th2012
SASKATCHEWAN MINING ASSOCIATION
• Voice of the Saskatchewan mining
industry.
• Over 42 Member companies
including producers and
exploration companies:
– PotashCorp, Mosaic, Agrium,
Cameco, Areva, Sherritt Coal,
Claude Resources, HudBay
Minerals, Golden Band
Resources, BHP Billiton ,K&S
Potash Canada Inc; Rio Tinto;
Shore Gold Inc. and dozens of
exploration companies.
.
“SASKATCHEWAN is THE Place to BE,
no longer the Place to Be From”
Premier Brad Wall
“Saskatchewan’s growth is expected to surge to 3.5% in
2013 – the board’s forecast predicted considerable strength
in mining”
Conference Board of Canada, February 23, 2012
“Saskatchewan will be among the provinces leading
Canada’s economic growth in 2012”
BMO Blue Book, February 16, 2012
Mining in Saskatchewan:
a Progressive, Dynamic Industry
• One of the highest paying industrial sectors in Canada
• A technologically advanced industry that welcomes
highly skilled workers
• A major player in Canada's (and Saskatchewan’s)
economy and a leader in the world stage
Mining in Saskatchewan:
a Progressive, Dynamic Industry
• An enviable safety record that is second to none
among heavy industries in Canada
• A strong commitment to sustainable development
practices
– Strong environmental programs and performance
– Responsive to community needs
Global Mining Leaders
• Historically, world’s leading
producers of potash (33%) &
uranium (19%)
• Canada’s #1 mineral
producer (by value) in 2008
($9.7 B);#2 in 2010 ($7B)
and 2011 ($9.2 B).
VALUE OF MINERAL PRODUCTION
12
10
2008 - #1 - $9.7 B
2010 - # 2 - $7.1 B
2011 - #2 - $9.2 B
8
6
4
2
0
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
Mining Investment in Saskatchewan
• Between 2008 - 2012,
mining companies in SK
will invest over $10 B in
projects
• In the next 20 years,
mining companies in SK
will invest over $50 B in
expansions & new projects
SMA Survey said …
Mining * accounted for:
– $7.7 billion in GDP (12%) of the total provincial
economy.
– 30,500 jobs or 6% of total employment or almost 1 in
every 16 jobs.
– Labour income impact of $1.5 B
– $1.1B to government revenue (5 yr average)
*Mining – direct, indirect and induced
20 Year Impacts (2009 – 2028)
The mining industry is poised to add:
• On average 1500 new direct jobs added per year
• On average $9.5 billion per year to the provincial GDP
(direct, indirect, induced)
• A further $28 billion in provincial revenues or $1.4 billion
per year. ($50.2 B total to 2028)
• All of these impacts are incremental to existing mining
activity.
Saskatchewan Opportunities
Saskatchewan mining industry is GROWING
• Long term growth underpinned by strong
fundamentals for SK specific commodities potash
and uranium.
–
–
–
linked to expanding global population.
Increasing middle class population in developing
countries requiring better diets (beef); less available
arable land;
Increasing “green” nuclear energy requirements and
expansions in China, India and USA
EXPLORATION:
• R & D of Mining
• Vibrant, diversified
• > $1.9 B in last 6 years
MinExplo Expo - 2010
EXPLORATION EXPENDITURES ($M)
Commodity
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
6 year
Total
Uranium
124
199
204
109
103
104
$843
Diamonds
99
91
73
11
17
7
$298
Gold
14
20
9
3
10
10
$66
Base Metals
4
16
7
2
7
19
$55
Potash, Coal
REE, other
3
21
181
151
184
142
$682
$294
$347
$475
$ 275
$321
$282
$1944
Total
MinExplo Expo - 2010
Career Opportunities
•
•
•
Saskatchewan mining industry will require ~ 15,000
additional workers in the next ten years
120 different career options
SMA Website – One stop shopping. Careers tab links to
member companies career sites.
http://www.saskmining.ca/index.php/info/Careers/careers.html
Key Positions Required
JOB CATEGORY
Tradespeople including Apprentices
(All categories)
Mine Labourers
Miners (Non-automated)
Supervisors, Officers, Foreman,
Coordinators
Heavy Machinery Operator
Process/Plant Operator
Administrative Services
General Management
Engineers (All categories)
Support Services
Technologist
Instrumentation
Laboratory
Geologist
2010
2013
2017
766
386
312
2073
1044
845
4005
2016
1632
296
278
272
149
118
107
83
70
52
46
42
800
751
735
403
319
290
226
188
140
126
113
1546
1451
1419
779
615
561
436
363
270
243
218
Additional Tradespeople Required
Additional Engineers Required
Graduate Retention Program
ALIVE!!
Graduates of
qualified postsecondary
institutions
$20,000 REWARD
Graduate Retention Program
$ Eligibility:
$ Graduates from qualified institutions in Canada and the
world who pursue career in SK (canlearn.sk.ca)
$ Graduated from an approved program after Jan 1, 2006
$ Living in, or moving to SK and file SK income tax return
$ Result in certificate, diploma, undergraduate degree or
provide journeypersons certification
$ Contact: 1.800.597.8278; email [email protected]
www.aeei.gov.sk.ca/grp
Come join us!
www.saskmining.ca/index.php/info/
Careers/careers.html
www.acareerinmining.ca
www.mihr.ca

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