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Senior Engineering Foreman Scheduler: D1 : Mogalakwena Concentrator Internal Limpopo
For a business area to be successful in delivering its agreed output targets, at the lowest practical cost, it must complete the Right Work at the Right Time and in the Right Way. This work must also be completed sustainably, i.e. by dealing responsibly with safety, the environment, employees, communities, governments and asset life. The term scheduling is used to describe the process of defining the start time, sequence of execution and resource allocation (including workplace, labour, equipment etc.) for tasks. The objective of scheduling are firstly to ensure that all tasks are completed at the right time, and secondly to make the most efficient use of resources while doing this. Every task has a distinct window that defines the Right Time for completion. This window is bounded by the earliest date that the all requirements for completion of the work can be assembled, and by the date at which an unacceptable outcome is likely to result if the work has not been completed. Typically there are many tasks that need to be scheduled and some of these will be competing for resources (i.e. equipment/workplace access, labour or equipment) The scheduling process is where the resourcing requirements, synergies and conflicts of the outstanding tasks are considered and balanced to ensure that work is scheduled for completion at the right time. In most cases there will be sufficient flexibility in the completion windows and resourcing options to ensure that tasks can be scheduled at the right time. In some instances conflicts in workplace access, labour or equipment demands may require a decision to either alter equipment/workplace operating patterns and times, approve additional labour or equipment, or to accept the cost or risk of stretching the completion window for some Work Packages. In such cases these decisions are escalated to the key stakeholders for decision.
Section Manager Production: Band 6 Dishaba Mine Limpopo
The Section Manager has the Legal accountability with a 2.14.1, 2.14.2 and 2.14.3 or a 2.6.1 appointment in terms of the Minerals Act and Regulations and is required to assist the manager in the control, management and direction of the underground workings of the mine, as stipulated by the regulations.
Mine Overseer Production Band 6: Union Mine (Internal & External) Limpopo
The MINE OVERSEER has the Legal accountability with a 2.14.1 and a 2.13.12 appointment in terms of the MHSA section 26 of 1996.The main responsibility of this role is to ensure that a dedicated section of the operational process operates effectively from a current and future best practice perspective, with a time frame of 1-2 years. The role of the Mine Overseer is therefore to manage and co-ordinate the following: - Mining process planning, preparing and breaking predetermined blocks of ground, efficiently and safely. - Delivering quality ore to the ore pass as agreed. - Review and introduce mining best practices to enhance performance efficiencies over long term. - Negotiate with Engineering Department – source and supply determined material to operations. - Alignment of operational performances both in stope and development to the overall Operational Area plans contribute to the effective management of the Operational Area. The Mine Overseer therefore has the accountability to manage and plan for the development & provision of mining work practices, structures and services, which will contribute to the overall safety, health, and sustained profitability of the Operational Area.
Excavator Operator OC: B6 Mogalakwena Mine Internal Vacancy Limpopo
The Excavator Operator operates an excavator in order to clear areas of rock to support drilling and blasting and remove material that has been scaled down by the Scaling Rigs. The operator is expected to use the Excavator effectively for high productivity.
Planned Maintenance Officer: Scheduler: (Operating Model): C5 Mogalakwena North Internal Limpopo
For a business area to be successful in delivering its agreed output targets, at the lowest practical cost, it must complete the Right Work at the Right Time and in the Right Way. This work must also be completed sustainably, i.e. by dealing responsibly with safety, the environment, employees, communities, governments and asset life. The term scheduling is used to describe the process of defining the start time, sequence of execution and resource allocation (including workplace, labour, equipment etc.) for tasks. The objective of scheduling are firstly to ensure that all tasks are completed at the right time, and secondly to make the most efficient use of resources while doing this. Every task has a distinct window that defines the Right Time for completion. This window is bounded by the earliest date that the all requirements for completion of the work can be assembled, and by the date at which an unacceptable outcome is likely to result if the work has not been completed. Typically there are many tasks that need to be scheduled and some of these will be competing for resources (i.e. equipment/workplace access, labour or equipment) The scheduling process is where the resourcing requirements, synergies and conflicts of the outstanding tasks are considered and balanced to ensure that work is scheduled for completion at the right time. In most cases there will be sufficient flexibility in the completion windows and resourcing options to ensure that tasks can be scheduled at the right time. In some instances conflicts in workplace access, labour or equipment demands may require a decision to either alter equipment/workplace operating patterns and times, approve additional labour or equipment, or to accept the cost or risk of stretching the completion window for some Work Packages. In such cases these decisions are escalated to the key stakeholders for decision.
Shift Supervisor: C5 Union Mine Internal & External Limpopo
The Shift Supervisor Mining has the Legal accountability with a 2.15.1 appointment in terms of the Minerals Act and Regulations and is responsible to ensure compliance to Legal requirements and Management specifics, and the completion of records pertaining to his/her area of responsibility, as stipulated by the regulations.
Geotechnical Specialist (Moranbah North Mine) Moranbah, Central QLD
Opportunity for an experienced Underground Geotechnical Specialist based at our Moranbah North Mine, in Moranbah QLD
Fitter Surface: C2 North West Province
This role has a 2.9.2 appointment in terms of the MHSA, Act of 1996: Maintain, install and commission engineering components of the machinery and equipment to an agreed standard in the area of responsibility.
Processor Grade 3: B2 Mogalakwena Concentrator South Internal & External Limpopo
The Processor Grade 3 is a shift-based entry role, which is required to carry out tasks pertaining to specific work procedures within the section. This role generally works under the direct supervision of a more senior position. Time span of this role is based on the current shift with a view on the next shift.
Engineering Assistant: B2 Mogalakwena Concentrator North & South Internal & External Limpopo
The Engineering Assistant provides a pool of support of basic engineering, technical skills and is required to support all the artisans to whom the individual is allocated to perform low complexity high volume work.
Trainee Laboratory Processor: B2 Mogalakwena Laboratory Internal & External Limpopo
The Laboratory Processor Trainee is an entry level employee who will be required to complete and be declared competent on specific modules within the training period. The employee will also execute Laboratory Processor tasks for which found competent during the training period
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INTERNAL & EXTERNAL
Production Manager: Band 5 Union Mine Internal & External Limpopo
This position holds the legal 3.1a position in terms of the MHSA and is therefore overall responsible to all stakeholders to ensure the safe and profitable management of the Production Area with 3 - 5 years' timeframe accountability
General Manager: Band 4 Union Mine Internal & External Limpopo
To lead the strategic and tactical management of an operation and contribute collegially to higher level decision making as a legally appointed position for the operation in terms of the mine’s MHSA. Establish relationships with stakeholders, implementing planning, policies and procedures to achieve operational goals.
CHPP Superintendent (Foxleigh Mine) Middlemount, Central QLD
Great opportunity for an experienced CHPP professional with production and maintenance experience to join a high performing team. Based in Middlemount, QLD.
Stoper: C2 Tumela Mine Internal & External Limpopo
A Stoper fulfils a shift role in a stoping area underground and is: • Responsible to ensure that rules/regulations and management specifics pertaining to daily tasks are complied with, and to deal with/report any breaching thereof. • Responsible to ensure that rules/regulations and management specifics pertaining to the handling of explosives are complied with, and to deal with/report any breaching thereof • Responsible to ensure that rules/regulations and management specifics pertaining to the handling of equipment/machinery are complied with, and to deal with/report any breaching thereof • Responsible to ensure the health and safety of persons in his/her team and for persons entering his/her area of responsibility. • Responsible to ensure all work output is quality and quantity driven. • Responsible for the planning and ordering of tools, material and equipment. • Responsible for the motivation, coaching, supervision and administration of the team, and • To give assistance with daily tasks pertaining to safe making, installations, face preparation, charging, and blasting operations.
TRAINING OFFICER - DRILL RIG Limpopo
The purpose of the role is to complete training cycle and involves the development of our Mining employees
Analista de Recursos Humanos Pleno Minas Gerais
Profissional responsável pela gestão dos benefícios da empresa.
Software Engineer Gauteng
The Software Engineer conceptualises, designs, implements and supports software engineering solutions to satisfy the requirements of De Beers Technologies SA (DBTech SA) technology development and business improvement projects.
Junior Trainee Miners (Moranbah North Mine) Moranbah, Central QLD
Opportunities now exist to join our award winning Moranbah North Underground Mine as a Junior Trainee Miner in Central Queensland for a 2 year fixed term traineeship.

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