Resident Engineer: Mining
The successful candidate will undertake and co-ordinate project management, mechanical and electrical
maintenance of equipment, fabrication and construction in the mining area and services, including but not
- Carrying all legal responsibilities of a 2.13.1 appointment
- Developing and applying state-of-the-art maintenance systems for the Mine and good, efficient maintenance strategies
- Managing projects and planning/preparing a CAPEX motivation, ie drafting financial motivation for Capital Projects
- Maintaining and improving equipment availability and efficiencies and performing inspections to prevent failure of equipment
- Planning and guiding on planned shutdowns
- Assigning and controlling all administration and costs of the Department
- Ensuring legal compliance by managing the safety aspects for all machinery installations on the Mine site and keeping records of all inspection and legal records as per MHS Act
- Evaluating performance of personnel, being able to drive high performance within the area of responsibility.
- A National Higher Diploma/BTech and/or BSc Engineering or equivalent
- A Government Certificate of Competency (Mines and Works)
- Registration with the ECSA
- A minimum of 10 years’ experience in hard rock mining (underground)
- Knowledge of the Mine Health and Safety Act
- Medical fitness
- A driver’s licence.
If you fulfill these requirements, please forward your CV to e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or fax: 086 607 5665.
Closing date: 21 January 2011.
NB: All appointments will be made in line with Hernic Ferrochrome’s Employment Equity Plan.
Communication will be with short-listed candidates only.