About Alamos Gold Inc.: Alamos is a Canadian-based intermediate gold producer with diversified production from four operating mines in North America. This includes the Young-Davidson and Island Gold mines in northern Ontario, Canada and the Mulatos and El Chanate mines in Sonora State, Mexico. Additionally, the Company has a significant portfolio of exploration through advanced development stage projects in Mexico, Turkey, Canada and the United States. Alamos employs more than 1,700 people and is committed to the highest standards of sustainable development.
Position: Director, Sustainability
Reports to: Vice President, Sustainability & External Affairs
Role Overview: The Director, Sustainability is directly responsible for AGI’s sustainability framework & strategy, developing the AGI sustainability performance management system, overseeing all aspects of sustainability reporting and supporting various government and community engagement initiatives.
- Lead the development and implementation of the Alamos sustainability framework & strategy including development of corporate objectives and targets.
- Lead the development of corporate management system elements and performance standards within the Alamos Sustainability Performance Management System.
- Lead the development of the Alamos annual sustainability report;
- Provide technical expertise and support for a variety of sustainability initiatives related to mine operations;
- Manage and track sustainability KPIs for the company across all global site locations and the overall business; provide regular updates on performance to management;
- Communicate sustainability programs and initiatives to both internal and external stakeholders;
- Build and maintain effective partnerships with governments and local communities;
- Identify and actively mitigate potential sustainability risks/impacts;
- Other duties as required.
Sustainability Knowledge and Skills:
- Solid understanding of current sustainability issues related to the mining industry and an understanding of their related risks and opportunities.
- Knowledge of relevant international environmental, social and governance (ESG) organizations and their respective guidelines and standards – GRI, CDP, ICMM, IFC, World Bank etc.
- Experience in government relations (federal and provincial).
- Experience and understanding of Indigenous Communities, including cultural and community perspectives
- Ability to build and maintain key internal and external relationships.
- Post-secondary degree in Engineering, Environmental Sciences, or a related field;
- 10 years of mining experience with a focus in sustainability management and reporting;
- Excellent communication and presentation skills with experience in advising senior management;
- Strong negotiation skills;
- Team player with a strong inclination to develop co-operative solutions; and
- Ability and willingness to travel up to 25% of your time.