Plant Operation Supervisor (Mining Metallurgy)
Plant Operation Supervisor (Mining experience)
Contract (renewable) Fly-in-fly-out position in the mining sector in a remote and safe area of the Democratic Rep of the Congo.
Single status position (not favourable for wives and families to reside there) with a six day working week. Reports to the General Manager Concentrator Plant.
• Metallurgical Engineer with minimum 7 years experience in Concentrator plant and operational control
• Full understanding of plant circuits flow sheet for balancing metallurgical process.
• Management of OPEX, CAPEX and budget preparation
• Computer skills in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
• Team worker for making coordination with maintenance and technical areas
• Ability of communication in all different levels of management, with ability for leading the team and working under pressure from operational aspects. Be pro active and anticipate operational problems that could affect operation
• Open for technical discussion and implementation of new opportunities to improve processing
• In line with companies policy mainly related to environmental and safety aspects
• Leadership and ability to train national staff
• Technical knowledge for implementing new processing circuits
• Safety oriented, with care in housekeeping and workers organization
• English and/or French speaker
• Willing to reside in the DRC on Single Status.
REMUNERATION AND BENEFITS:
• Annual salary up to US$145,000 (tax free plus benefits), depending on skills and experience
• Benefits: Bonus potential; Travel allowance; Accommodation and meals provided; 84 days annual leave (on a roster base); Medical; Group Benefits Scheme, etc.
Please do not send any Certificates at this stage.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Date: 28 May 2012
Wage/Salary: up to US$145K p.a. tax free plus benefits
Start: As soon as possible
Duration: Contract (renewable)
Type: Full Time
How to apply: Email detailed ENGLISH MS Word CV without any certificates to Andre for consideration