K+S Potash holding job fair in Saskatoon

K+S Potash is looking to hire more than 60 workers for its Legacy Project near Moose Jaw.

Set up at Lawson Heights Mall on Wednesday to hire 60 workers

K+S Potash is looking to hire more than 60 workers for its Legacy Project near Moose Jaw.

The company is holding a job fair at the Lawson Heights Mall on Wednesday and Thursday to collect resumes from potential workers.

“K + S Potash Canada is expecting to hire approximately 60+ positions in 2014 and another 180+ throughout 2015 and 2016, with the majority of the openings in the trades and operations side of the project,” said Sam Farris, Vice President and General Manager of Operations, K + S Potash Canada, in a news release.

The Legacy Project is a potash mine and production facility being built near Moose Jaw. It will be the first new greenfield potash mine built in Saskatchewan in nearly forty years, the company said.

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