About the RoleWe are currently seeking Expressions of Interest from team members who are interested to join our talented Olympic Dam team. Reporting to the Shift Supervisor, you will be responsible for contributing to the day to day operations of achieving department targets in a safe and efficient manner. Please note we have multiple roles available to commence throughout 2021 and 2022. The opportunities will sit within the areas below. Acid Plant /Feed PrepSmelterHydrometConcentratorTailings Retention SystemLabsRefineryElectrowinning/ Gold RoomCAF PlantWater OperationsCore ProcessingIn this role you will:Promote and consistently follow the standards and procedures designed to enable you to work safely and effectively every day.Identify and implement opportunities to improve productivity, efficiency and cost effectiveness.Ensure all safe work systems, procedures and standards are adhered to through frequent inspection of the workplace.About youProven commitment to look after your own wellbeing and the confidence to speak up when others put themselves in harm’s way.Be focused on working collaboratively within your team to achieve results.Able to follow relevant processes and procedures within your department.Be a team player who is self-motivated.Willing to learn and contribute to promoting a supportive and positive team culture.
JORA • Roxby Downs, Australia
South32 is a globally diversified mining and metals company. Our purpose is to make a difference by developing natural resources, improving people’s lives now and for generations to come. We are trusted by our owners and partners to realise the potential of their resources. We produce bauxite, alumina, aluminium, metallurgical coal, manganese, nickel, silver, lead and zinc at our operations in Australia, Southern Africa and South America. With a focus on growing our base metals exposure, we also have two development options in North America and several partnerships with junior explorers around the world.There is a preference for this role to be based in North or South America, but we may consider locating the role at one of our other South32 offices. The RoleThis role will provide support and direction to safely deliver South32’s Greenfields Exploration strategy at a corporate level through effective management and deployment of specialised technical support services across the global exploration portfolio, including generative activities and evaluation of new opportunities for consideration and pursuit.The role supports and works closely with country/discipline leads and managers to deliver safe and effective field operations by ensuring activities are appropriately planned, scheduled, budgeted, and executed to secure, build, and maintain a portfolio of internal and externally generated opportunities.AccountabilitiesExploration ManagementDeliver expert (consultant level) project generation and evaluation services to the broader Greenfields team to capture high-quality resource opportunities to support South32’s growth strategy, with a focus on base metals or other commodity exposures where value is ascertained.Contributes to setting strategies and direction to drive long-term value for the business through effective management and appraisal of greenfield opportunities across the exploration life cycle.Contributes to the implementation and continuous improvement of Risk and HSEC Management Systems for Greenfields Operations, in compliance with all South32 policies and standards.Regular reporting on the progress of assigned exploration projects, including measure, track and report Greenfields exploration performance and results, and provide management with information regarding any safety, financial, and legal performance deviation or technical difficulties.Coach and mentor the Greenfields Team, ensuring effective talent management and succession planning for key technical roles.TechnicalDrives technical geoscience excellence and provides specialist commodity input and advice on the identification and evaluation of greenfield discovery opportunities (internal/external). This includes:A focus on generative geoscience workflow and structural geology as applied to base metal exploration.Ensure the work of on-site & project teams is supported and completed to the appropriate South32 standards whilst identifying improvement opportunities.Training, supporting and mentoring of geologists in structural geology data collection, analysis, validation and interpretation.Terrane ranking, prospectivity mapping, and opportunity identification.Improving and refining structural and stratigraphic knowledge on active projects and acquisition opportunities.Conducting target generation exercises from prospect to regional scale, including the use of GIS for spatial analyses and 3D geological/structural modelling.Advise and demonstrate the technical merits of the opportunity, including surrounding mineral endowment and residual prospectivity.Executing safe, effective and timely field-based verification of opportunities, including travel to third party operated project locations.Collaboratively with the Corporate Development Centre (and third parties), design technical work programs to ensure exploration objectives are safely and effectively achieved. This includes, managing and integrating contributions from expert external contractors and consultants.Contributes to geoscience technical standards for Greenfields Exploration and provides assurance that relevant activities are high quality and being conducted to standard.Maintains current knowledge on third party exploration results, regional exploration activity, and trends. Pro-actively provides feedback on regional third party intelligence to the ‘Centre’.Key shared responsibilitiesEffectively communicates key structural findings to a broader range of stakeholders, including relevant South 32 functions.Collaborates with South32 Functions to build resilient relationships with our business partners, communities and government to ensure South32 has a social and legal license to operate in the district.Works, in collaboration with Supply, Community, and Legal Functions, to develop and maintain relationships with contractors and suppliers and ensures alignment of the contractual obligations, terms and scope.Contributes to the development and maintenance of appropriate and compliant Human Resources, HSEC and Risk materials for Greenfields Exploration, and tailored for each project, site in conjunction with the relevant function SMEs.Qualifications & ExperienceDegree in relevant geoscience discipline with postgraduate qualification in geology or related theme, with preference for MSc or PhD level in economic or structural geology.Strong multi-commodity geoscience evaluation and targeting background, developed from substantive early to advanced stage exploration and development experience across diverse deposit styles and geographies. A strong background in structural geology and base metals is required, particularly porphyry/skarn, carbonate replacement, SEDEX and VMS systems.Strong understanding of the geological processes driving mineralised systems and the formation of base metal mineral deposits, discovery exploration value drivers and strategies across a range of commodities.Generative exploration and reconnaissance skills required, and the ability to balance technical, operational and risk elements based on incomplete and / or ambiguous information.Specialized skills in core logging and mapping, and the interpretation and integration of complex and often fragmented datasets including lithological, alteration, mineralogy, structural, geochemical, geophysical, remote sensing and geochronological data.Relevant experience with geological data in 2D and 3D using GIS and modelling software e.g. Leapfrog. Advanced understanding of the geological processes driving mineralised systems and the formation of mineral deposits, discovery exploration value drivers and strategies across a range of commodities.Preferred 10+ years’ experience in mining/exploration or consulting.Planning and execution of structural studies, including visible safety leadership and sound risk assessment and management.Sound general knowledge of exploratory activities.Advanced communication skills, including the ability to present geoscientific results to technical and non-technical audiences.Extensive and varied experience working in exploration or consulting to mining/exploration companies across a wide range of commodities.Regional exploration project portfolio management experience.Leadership of remote or culturally diverse workforces, and sound risk assessment and management experience.Proven ability to work independently and unsupervised.
Careerbuilder • Tucson, U.S.
South32 is a globally diversified mining and metals company. Our purpose is to make a difference by developing natural resources, improving people’s lives now and for generations to come. We are trusted by our owners and partners to realise the potential of their resources. We produce bauxite, alumina, aluminium, metallurgical coal, manganese, nickel, silver, lead and zinc at our operations in Australia, Southern Africa and South America. With a focus on growing our base metals exposure, we also have two development options in North America and several partnerships with junior explorers around the world.Following the acquisition of Arizona Mining, South32 is the new owner of the Hermosa Project, a high-grade zinc, lead and silver development option in Arizona.South32's purpose is to make a difference by developing natural resources, improving people's lives now and for generations to come. We work closely with their host communities to create enduring social and economic value through local employment, infrastructure and facilities development and community investment programs.The location of this role is the Tucson, Arizona office.The RoleThe role will support all technical and non-technical Mining aspects of the Hermosa Project working collaboratively with their discipline peers to maximise the value and manage risks through the feasibility, design and implementation phases of the Project.The Senior Mining Engineer is responsible for supporting strategic mine planning for the Project, developing mine designs and schedules, supporting optimization, and working with external consultants and engineering contractors to support each phase of the Project.AccountabilitiesPrepare and communicate long-range plans for mine development, production and operations.Coordinate with all study team members to ensure plans respect the best available geological, geotechnical, hydrogeological and metallurgical information.Coordinate with site engineering and construction teams to ensure plans respect the best available site information.Manage the work of external study consultants.Perform economic analysis and cost estimating for the basis of decision-making.Develop and maintain relationships with other departments.Supervise and mentor Mining Engineers and Technicians.Qualifications & ExperienceBachelor’s degree in Mining Engineering, or a closely related field required.Must pass Background and Drug Screening.Proficiency in mine planning software packages, esp. Deswik (required).Experience with Scheduling and Stope Optimizer packages will be a plus.Ability to interrogate and calculate block model fields a plus.Strong organizational planning, analytical and consensus-building skills.Strong digital proficiency and high learning agility.Strong English language written and oral communication skills.Demonstrated technical competency in underground mining, including open stoping and cut and fill methods (required).5-10 years in underground mine planning (required).Long-range planning experience a plus.Underground mine operations experience will be a plus.Experience with paste backfill will be a plus.Team oriented with strong interpersonal skills and demonstrated commitment to technical best practices.Experience working at a project which has progressed from the study phase, through construction and into commissioning and production will be a plus.Work effectively cross-functionally, cross-culturally and internationally.
Careerbuilder • Tucson, U.S.
Role Highlights• Entry level role into the mining industry• 12 month Traineeship• Muswellbrook local mineAbout the Roles WorkPac are seeking applications from those who would like to undertake a Certificate III in Surface Extraction Operation based at a mite site local to the Muswellbrook area. The successful candidates will be committed to the completion of their Traineeship and will be required to operate on a 4 panel roster- 12.5 hour shifts or 7 hour shifts.Candidates that have operated machinery before in a Civil or Agriculture background are encouraged to apply.Please Note: This is a residential role, no FIFO or camp facilities are available. Applicants must have accommodation in the Hunter Valley region for an application to be considered. Evidence of residence will be required on progression of application. Duties and Responsibilities• Operate Dump Trucks in a safe manner within a mining environment• Commit to day and night shifts and weekends• Contribute to meeting KPI targets within the coal production environmentSkills and Experience• Have a strong and honest work ethic• A current unrestricted manual Driver's Licence• Ability to pass a Coal Board Medical including a D&A test• MUST be able to provide a residential address within 60kms of the mine site with evidence upon progression of application
JORA • Muswellbrook, Australia
Mine Specialist - BaroidHalliburton Energy Services, Inc Belle Fourche, SD Full TimeWe are looking for the right people — people who want to innovate, achieve, grow and lead. We attract and retain the best talent by investing in our employees and empowering them to develop themselves and their careers. Experience the challenges, rewards and opportunity of working for one of the world’s largest providers of products and services to the global energy industry.Job Duties:Under general supervision, responsible for specific segments of the mine operation and mine design.Performs work which involves mine engineering or geologic field work.Work requires general knowledge of local precedents.Observes and follows all safety rules and procedures, including wearing PPE.Performs other duties and activities as directed.With GPS surveying system, locates and records features on the mine property.Performs record keeping and data entry into the ore deposit database.Qualifications:Completion of an undergraduate degree in Engineering/Geology is required.Two years of experience in mining activities which could include experience in creating drill logs, surveying, proficient in mining specific computer programs such as Autocad, Carlson or Vulcan, familiar with mine designs and ore reserve calculations.Must be willing to work in adverse weather conditions and travel when necessary.World Class Benefits:Medical, dental, vision, coverage in additional to life and disability insurance plansPaid Vacation Days, Paid Holidays and the ability to purchase additional days offRetirement and Savings (401K) Plan with matching contributionFamily Care program including paid time off to care for sick or injured immediate family members, adoption reimbursement, paternal and maternal leave for baby bonding and more. Employee Job Referral Bonus ProgramEmployee Stock Purchase ProgramEducational Assistance
Careerbuilder • Belle Fourche, U.S.