A future with De Beers is a future full of possibility. Whether you choose a De Beers Canada future in trades, engineering, administration, maintenance, human resources or public relations, you will be part of a company that seeks to strengthen and encourage its employees in their career pursuits. Not only will you earn a very competitive salary in a new and exciting northern industry, you will also be part of a corporate family that wants to see you succeed. De Beers is committed to building upon and developing the experience and education of its employees, and enabling them to advance along their chosen career path.

Our Career Postings are Moving

Over the coming weeks, Career Postings for De Beers Canada will be moving to a new, easy to use website on the De Beers Group of Companies website.

This is an exciting transition and will allow all applicants seeking jobs with De Beers at one of our Canadian operations and offices will be able to search through available opportunities, register for alerts to vacant positions and to apply directly to the position they’re interested in by going to

Until April 30, 2015, all vacant positions with De Beers in the Northwest Territories will continue to be posted on the present De Beers Canada website in PDF format, although job seekers will have the option of clicking a link to find jobs on the new website. Postings for vacant positions at Victor Mine, Exploration Division and Corporate Division have already moved over to the new site.

CLICK HERE to download the step-by-step user guide.

Human Resources Contact Info:
Fax: 416-421-4972
All vacant positions available at
Human Resources Contact Info:
Fax: 416-421-4972
All vacant positions available at

De Beers Canada is committed to furthering all our employees’ careers through education and training. Each employee receives annual training for both safety and personal development. We have professional training teams at our operations who coordinate development and delivery of numerous programs on an on-going basis.

In communities near our mines, where access to the appropriate facilities and expertise are a challenge, De Beers Canada has partnered with the communities, all levels of government and other organizations to fund and build training centres. Local community members can learn and develop new, transferable skills in preparation for work at one of our mines.

In Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, we have participated in the construction of the Kimberlite Career and Training Centre. In Attawapiskat First Nation in northern Ontario, we constructed the Marc Guevremont Training Centre in 2005 and have recently completed a second training facility. Each centre provides up to date information and training for a number of professions, with an emphasis on practical applications.

Contact us to find out more.

De Beers Canada will not pay any fees for recruitment activities related to the hiring of a candidate unless a written service agreement has been established between a duly authorized representative of the De Beers Canada Human Resources department and the recruitment/placement firm. All resumes submitted by a recruitment/placement firm to any representative of De Beers Canada via email, the Internet or in any other form and/or method without a valid written search agreement in place will be deemed the sole property of De Beers Canada. No fees will be paid in the event the candidate is hired by De Beers Canada as a result of such a referral or through any means other than a valid written service agreement.

In this text, reference to “De Beers Canada” means, as the context may require, De Beers Canada Inc, its affiliates, and any joint venture or consortium of which De Beers Canada or any of its affiliates is a party.