Training Superintendent

March 26, 2019, 8:26 a.m.
April 8, 2019, 12:37 p.m.

This position is based at the Thiess Head Office at Southbank however regular travel to mine sites in Queensland and NSW will be required.

About the Role

As our next Training Superintendent, reporting to the Training Manager Australia and Pacific (APAC), you will support the business with development and delivery of operational training as well as statutory and organisational governance. 

Critical to success is your ability to standardise and improve operational performance through development of training resources and execution of project training and coaching, focused primarily on production excavators and dozers.  You will also need the ability to develop authentic relationships with key stakeholders, have an eye for detail and the ability to understand and articulate organisational governance and regional statutory requirements. 

Design and develop ‘best in business’ training/learning tools and resources for production equipment, focused on excavators and dozers 

Be prepared to deliver hands-on training, coaching and support to production operators and site operations, training and leadership teams 

Embed and champion Mining Principles and operational improvement initiatives 

Holistic oversight of training management systems, including: Support project mobilisations with establishment of new project training systems

Review and streamline existing project training systems, processes and compliance, ensuring it meets both operational and Thiess governance and statutory requirements

Provide guidance, leadership and mentoring to site-based safety and training teams with the intent of improving operational performance and compliance

Identify and pursue initiatives and programs to improve training performance at existing and future projects

Participate in audits and reviews 

About you

Hold a minimum Certificate IV training qualification 

Hold evidence of current competence of production equipment, including excavators and dozers 

Have demonstrable experience in advanced level operation and application of production equipment, specifically for large mining excavators 

Hold minimum intermediate level computer literacy skills and have experience developing training tools and resources 

Be adept at mentoring and coaching to personnel both in groups and one-on-one 

Be able to deliver training programs aimed at increasing the skill level of safety and training teams as well as the knowledge of site leadership teams within the scope of the role 

Have experience managing training compliance or be willing and able to learn 

Be focussed on delivering quality results through an approach of consultation, collaboration and engagement and ‘one team’ 

Be adept at working in multi-jurisdictional organisations 

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