CC&V operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Mine operations, maintenance, and processing departments work a rotating day/night schedule in 12-hour shifts. Four crews per department are necessary to provide coverage throughout the year. Over 497 employees combine to provide seamless operations. CC&V is among the largest private employers in Teller County. Average annual compensation is nearly $74,000, and annual payroll is $32.5 million including an excellent benefit package.
CC&V offers a wide range of employment opportunities in a variety of fields:
• Operations: haul truck drivers, equipment operators, drillers, and blast crew.
• Process: crushers, Adsorption Desorption Recovery (ADR) plant, metallurgical lab, and Valley Leach Facility (VLF).
• Maintenance: equipment and facility technicians.
• Professional and Technical: exploration and mine geology, engineering/surveying, and metallurgy.
In addition, many staff professionals provide technical expertise in health and safety, environmental sciences, human resources, finance and accounting, community affairs, and administrative support.
CC&V employees complete extensive safety training when they begin working, and participate in annual refresher training as mandated by the Mine Health Safety Administration. In addition, each employeee takes responsibility for not only his or her own personal safety, but also the safety of their co-workers. Safety is our first value and everyone's responsibility.
Open positions are posted at the Carlton Security Building, on Highway 67 between Cripple Creek and Victor. Selected positions are advertised in local newspapers and the internet on Monster.com and InfoMine. A list of open positions can be found here.