Reporting to the Process Shift Supervisor you will be responsible for assisting with operating plant equipment in a safe, productive and efficient manner to maximise plant performance without adversely affecting the environment or the health and safety of personnel.
This role is offered on a 8 days on 6 days off roster and is Fly in Fly out from Perth or Drive in Drive out from the Goldfields region.
Key responsibilities will include:
Always act in a manner that seeks to enhance the strong safety culture and performance of Gold Fields and ensures that the Vital Behaviours program is supported and strengthened;
Demonstrate full compliance with the OHS and Environmental Management Systems’ standards by participating in initiatives, toolbox meetings, investigations, training, assisting with the implementation and participating in and contributing to audits within the mine
Learn and demonstrate knowledge of sections of the plant, in accordance with the current training manuals and task procedures
Assist with identifying and diagnosing, where possible, items of plant that require preventative maintenance or repair and assist Maintenance Technicians in the repair of equipment to ensure minimal impact on production
Learn and maintain a working knowledge of all task instructions and procedures. Ensure procedures are adhered to when carrying out processing tasks and assisting colleagues to do the same
Maintain a high standard of housekeeping throughout the processing plant along with carrying out minor maintenance and demonstrate proficiency in the safe and correct use of the following equipment: bobcat, forklift and IT loader
Monitor use of reagents and productively participate as a member of the Processing & Maintenance Team
Complete all administrative processing requirements associated with processing duties, including use of SAP and other relevant information management (IT) systems
Consistently demonstrate and reflect behaviours, actions and attitudes in line with the Gold Field’s Vision, Values and Code of Ethics. Actively promote Gold Field’s policies, procedures and systems relating to your area of responsibility.
Key factors to your success include:
Completion of Year 12 level schooling or trade qualifications
Valid ‘C’ Class Drivers Licence
Excellent communication skills, both verbal & written
Computer skills in word processing, spreadsheets and databases
Ability to diagnose and trouble shoot problems