About the Role
A Mine Controller you will be based within our IROC Mine Control team taking ownership for achieving production targets, by enabling the effective operation of our manned fleet management systems.
Reporting to the Supervisor Mine Control, your duties will be focused on the maximum utilisation of dispatched fleets, through the consistent application of best-practice mine control tactics and strategies. You will take an active role in ensuring compliance to schedule and operating philosophies, driving a culture that not only conforms to company safety standards, but also seeks to continuously improve operating efficiency and realise cost benefits.
This position will work on our Lifestyle Roster, working a pattern of days and nights, with a block of days off at the end of each swing.
Employees on this roster enjoy two full weekends off out of four and will align to the following shift rotation: 2D2N5X, 2D3N4X, 3D2N5X. Shifts are 12.5 hours including handover and you will benefit from additional shift allowances, as part of your remuneration package. As an added benefit, those on a Lifestyle Roster will also enjoy an additional week of annual leave per year.
To be successful in this role, it is critical that you possess previous dispatch experience, preferably in an open-pit mining environment.
Prior experience with Modular Dispatch™ or Frontrunner™ systems, or CAT Minestar Fleet™ or Command™ systems will be highly regarded, as would high levels of computer literacy and systems application.
You will be comfortable with detailed reporting and analytics, as well as drawing concise data from these activities to identify faults and optimise operational outputs.
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