`More employee focused’ at Qikiqtani Industry Limited

 By Kira Wronska Dorward  Local Journalism Initiative Reporter Resource extraction economies, such as Nunavut’s, can only take place when the necessary support, infrastructure and services exist. In other words, when all the other jobs that make the mining possible are being done as well. Housing, food, care and community building are all essential components. Pratik Rajput, senior project manager at Qikiqtani Industry Limited, has spent the last four years supporting Baffinland Iron Mine’s work on the ground, including through the uncertainty of the Covid-19 pandemic. Rajput lives full-time in Iqaluit. “I started as a project coordinator in 2020  for Qikiqtani Industries Limited mostly focusing on recruitment for the company. In July 2021, I got promoted  to  manager, where I was focusing more on recruitment, contract management, dealing with the client a…

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