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Underground Inspector Coal Mines
The Department of Planning & Environment is the lead NSW Government agency in planning for a growing NSW. The Department is going through an exciting period of organisational and operational change.
The Department’s vision – Planning for growing NSW: inspiring strong communities, protecting environment – provides the benchmark for partnership and leadership approach to engaging and working collaboratively with key State and Local Government, community and industry stakeholders to deliver better outcomes in the areas of planning, local government and the environment.
The Department’s two related agencies – the Office of Environment & Heritage and the Office of Local Government – support the conservation and protection of the environment and an effective local government sector in NSW. Several other entities associated with the Department include the Environment Protection Authority, statutory trusts responsible for zoos, parks and gardens, independent assessment and planning bodies, and development corporations.
The primary focus of the NSW Resources Regulator is regulating work health and safety at NSW mines and petroleum sites and ensuring compliance with the Mining Act. The Resources Regulator ensures a consistent and responsive regulatory approach and provides increased transparency and community confidence.
In exercising its functions, the Resources Regulator provides the framework and direction to the mining and petroleum industries to manage risks through consultation and safe systems. The Resources Regulator works closely with employers, employees, other government agencies and the community to promote best practice in the area of mine safety.
In fulfilling the role of the work health and safety regulator for mines, the Resources Regulator monitors and enforce compliance with the legislation, conducts investigations, issues licences and registrations, commences prosecution proceedings, provides advice and information on WHS matters, supports effective risk management, publishes information and statistics on health and safety performance and promotes education and training.
About the Role:
This is an exciting opportunity for you to join the Resources Regulator as an Inspector of Coal Mines – Underground in the Central Assessment Unit.
Inspectors in the Central Assessment Unit are required to triage incident notifications and determine response and investigation levels. The role requires inspectors to be able to function at a high level in an office environment on a daily basis, as well as field work, and have excellent analytical and investigation skills to determine the issues which arise from the matters notified, along with good understanding of legislation, government practice and procedure. Please follow the link to the Role Description for further advice about the role.
To be successful in the role, ideally you will have:
Gained substantial experience in a similar role either managing mines or responsible for safety and inspecting mines. In addition, you need to have a breadth and depth of knowledge of mine safety regulations.
A person will only be appointed as an inspector under section 18(2)(a) of the Work Health and Safety (Mines and Petroleum Sites) Act 2013, and in accordance with the Resource Regulator policy on qualifications of mine safety inspectors:
For a person who is to be an inspector of coal mines (underground) – the qualifications required to be nominated to exercise the statutory function of mining engineering manager at the type of mine to which the person’s inspections will relate, or qualifications (being knowledge, skills and adequate experience in mining operations) that the Chief Inspector determines to be equivalent to those qualifications. Role Description Inspector of Coal Mines (Underground)
Appointment and ongoing assignment is subject to the satisfactory participation in mandatory pre-employment and ongoing probity and medical screening.
Please follow the link below and review the requirements in the role description so as to further ascertain your suitability to this role.
A Recruitment Pool may be established for future temporary and ongoing roles with similar focus capabilities. The Recruitment Pool may be available to hiring managers from DPE and other NSW Public Sector agencies over a 12 month period.
If you’re interested in this role, click ‘Apply Now‘ to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV.
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The Caterpillar 785 Haul Truck, Dump Truck or off-road truck as they are called in the U.S. are still used across the world in open-cut mining operations. This huge truck has proven it’s worth for many years and has often been the entry-level truck for new operators.
Progressing when competent, operators move up to the larger CAT 793 and CAT 797 truck, giving them the confidence and ability to handle larger load capacities on a range of challenging mine sites.
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