CHPP / CRUSH PLANT SUPERVISOR
Reporting to the Coal Quality & Geology Superintendent, at Blair Athol Operations, you will be accountable for the safe operational management of the CHPP to achieve the safety, production, operational and quality budgets and targets set. You will achieve this through the careful monitoring and management of the maintenance and operational activities of the plant on day-to-day basis
You will set high standards for the site’s production targets through efficient and safe plant activities. Through your previous experience in process management in a similar position you will know exactly what activities are required to achieve maximum availability of plant and equipment. Your effective interpersonal and influential skills will ensure you develop and promote strong and ongoing relationships with internal and external stakeholders and contractors.
They are seeking a credible, decisive and achievement oriented leader who will be a role model for safe work practices and an achievement oriented work culture.
To be successful in this role:
- Have at least 5 years previous CHPP and Crushing Plant Supervising experience.
- You must have S1, S2 & S3 qualifications.
- Tertiary qualifications in Chemical Engineering or a related discipline, contractor management
- Plant statutory qualifications are desirable.
TerraCom (ASX: TER) is resource company with a large portfolio of assets in Mongolia and Queensland, Australia.
TerraCom employs a team of highly skilled mining professionals with globally diverse backgrounds across its multiple locations.
TerraCom’s subsidiary in Mongolia, Terra Energy, has 2 projects located in the coal bearing regions of the South Gobi and Middle Gobi, the Baruun Noyon Uul (BNU) coking coal mine is located in South Gobi Mongolia.
TerraCom has a current focus on growth through their existing project development pipeline and potential acquisitions. Its highly skilled but nimble management structure places TerraCom in an ideal position for rapid enactment of opportunities while delivering on the existing suite of assets.
In Queensland, the Company’s assets cover an estimated 18,000 km2 across the coal bearing Bowen, Galilee and Maryborough Basins. The tenements are strategically positioned close to existing rail and port infrastructure. TerraCom acquired Blair Athol Coal Mine in May 2017 from the Blair Athol Coal Joint Venture. Blair Athol Coal Mine, after a successful period of recommissioning has produced its first coal on August 15 2017 and work continues to recommission the Dragline and the CHPP.
TerraCom has a resources profile under management across all projects of 2.522Bt and is diversified in terms of its exploration targets, which range from hard coking, thermal and PCI coals for both the domestic and export markets.
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