Our client is one of the biggest one of the world's largest gold mining companies with a track record of delivering outstanding exploration and management of gold mines across the world. They employ over 3,000 talented professionals in Papua New Guinea and Australia and are currently embarking on an exciting growth period. As a result, they are currently seeking a Senior Mechanical Engineer to join their emerging team in Papua New Guinea.
This role represents a wonderful opportunity for a highly skilled and experienced Senior Mechanical Engineer to work manage a new fixed reliability team of 6 mechanical and electrical engineers at one of the company’s gold mines in Papua New Guinea, on a 15/13 roster, with FIFO from Queensland or Sydney. You will lodge at the live-in mining camp, which has been around for over 2 decades and is located on one of the safest islands in the region.
Throughout this role, you will work with the local fixed reliability team ensure the performance of the mine and plant to peak performance. Gold mine experience is a necessity, as it will be your job to lead the fixed reliability team so we are seeking an outstanding communicator and natural leader for this role to. You will have a solution focused attitude at all times and possess strong problem solving skills.
To be considered for the role you will need to demonstrate gold mine experience and a minimum of 15 years’ experience as a Mechanical Engineer and/or Project Engineer. If you have strong experience in the gold mine industry, this will be looked upon very favourably.
This company invests in people in the long term and rewards hard work with good salary packages, so if you have the drive and passion to be successful in a fast-paced environment then this is the place for you.
In exchange for your commitment to this permanent role, the reward will be a market leading salary package and the chance to work with an internationally recognised mining company. To apply, please contact Greg Connor at NES GT on (03) 8539 4886 or submit your CV via the adjacent link.