Mining Superintendent Job Mackay & Coalfields Curragh North- Thiess

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Superintendent – Mining Manager

As their next Mining Superintendent reporting to the Mining Manager you will work collaboratively towards delivering high-quality solutions and results.

People are central to the success and are empowered to contribute their skills, knowledge and experience to continually exceed industry benchmarks. The culture is built on the Principles of Integrity, Accountability, Innovation and Delivery, underpinned by a commitment to safety in everything they do.

Location

Thiess’ Curragh Coal Project is located approximately 30km north of Blackwater in the Bowen Basin.

Role

You will lead the mining production team to achieve outstanding results in safety, productivity, innovation, quality and cost management. You will also be responsible for delivering individual and team production targets through a cooperative approach with the workforce. A key part of your role includes accountability for coaching and mentoring the Mining Supervisors for continuous improvement and personal development. You will ensure that a plan driven organization and that will foster a strong relationship with the technical services team to achieve the required outputs.

Your previous experience as a Mining Superintendent in an open cut coal operation will be complemented by your planning, organization and analytical abilities, people management and staff development skills. Advanced leadership skills are essential for this position, as are strong computer skills, financial acumen and contractual awareness. If you enjoy thinking outside the box to achieve excellent results this position is for you.

Minimum Requirements

  • Open-cut coal mining experience
  • Substantial operating experience
  • Experience as a mine supervisor and superintendent.

This role will provide you with the scope to make the next step in your career. The ability to communicate effectively is essential, as is a good eye for detail, demonstrated initiative and a dedicated commitment to supporting and driving team performance.

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About the Bowen Basin

The Bowen Basin is Queensland's coal mine region and contains the largest coal reserves in Australia. It was named after the first Govenor of Queensland, Sir George Bowen.

This major coal producing region is home to one of the world's largest deposits of bituminous coal. The Bowen Basin, which contains virtually all ofthe state's hard coking coal, is the most important source of export coal in Queensland. This is why it's such a mining jobs hotspot.

High quality coal is mined here, both above and below ground, creating many opportunities for workers who seek long-term employment.

Most of the basin's open cut and underground coal mines are located in the north. The basin has around 50 operational coal mines. The Goonyella railway line is the main route for coal exports via Dalrymple Bay and Hay Point. Coal is also sent by way of the Port of Gladstone.

The Bowen Basin covers an area of over 60,000 square kilometres in Central Queensland running from Collinsville to Theodore. There is an estimated population of over 40,000 people in the area. Click here for a map of the Bowen Basin and its communities.

A good source of information for job-seekers, is the mines maps of Queensland - which you can download here. Bowen Basin Mining Map.



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