Control Room Operators
Opportunities exist for target driven, excellent communicators who are team focused. You will need to be safety and solution driven. This team member will need to be highly motivated and wanting to effectively contribute to the mining operations at the Chain Valley Colliery in the Newcastle / Hunter area.
As a Control Room Operator you will be required to report directly to the Production Manager where you will undertake, coordinate, communicate and manage all aspects of SAFETY and mining operations to compliment the management team at LakeCoal.
The routine shift tasks include monitoring the mine environment across both surface and underground operations. This will require you to communicate across all personal involved with production and maintenance, in addition to site located and visiting contractors. As a part of the mining operation process you will monitor shift performance including all personnel and vehicle movements. These routine activities require high level of attention to detail and initiative to ensure high levels of standards are continually achieved and maintained.
. To be considered you MUST have:
- Safety Driven attitude
- Excellent communication skills
- A minimum of 5 years’ experience within an underground coal mining operation or experience in a similar role at a process/manufacturing environment.
- Ability to communicate effectively across all levels of mining personnel with excellent computer and analytical skills.
- Proven attention to detail
- An initiative to monitor all mining operation functions and ask questions when or if required
- An ability to interpret details and information for report preparation.
You will also need to demonstrate a proactive and solutions focused approach.
This position will provide you with the opportunity to be play an integral part in delivering successful outcomes across LakeCoal’s expanding business.
To apply please forward your resume by email to email@example.com
Applications close 14/07/2017
“SAFETY – Our Mine, Our Future, My Responsibility”