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I worked at Kinross Gold full-time (More than a year)
Opportunity for relatively fast growth within the company exists in certain sites due higher turnovers. Management works well for employees career development and provides many training opportunities both on-site and off-site. Strong emphasis on health and safety as well as environmental compliance. The company moves emplyees to other sites for weeks and months at a time for training. Compared to bigger companies, Kinross slightly smaller and employs fewer people which in turn allows for more flexibility when comes to moving people regionally.
Remote locations with little or no city life for most sites except regional offices. Some sites nearing the end of their mine life with not many new sites replacing them.
Advice to Management
Continue to support employees on their career development.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through an employee referral. I interviewed at Kinross Gold.
It was good. The phone interview was about 30 min. Basic questions were answered. They were really nice and easy going. Just be truthful and honest. It is nerve racking to be on the phone because you can't tell if they are interested because you can't see them.
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I did not negotiate anything.
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Kinross Gold is always looking for that next bright, shiny object -- as long as its made of gold. One of the world's top 10 gold miners, Kinross digs for the precious metal in Brazil, Chile, Ghana, Mauritania, Russia, and the US. It also has projects in Canada, Ecuador, and Mexico. The company controls proved and probable reserves of more than 62 million ounces of gold, nearly 91 million ounces of silver, and 1.4 billion pounds of copper. Although historically nearly half of the company's revenues came from its Fort Knox and Round Mountain properties in the US ...