Deputy Electrical Section HeadThis position has been filled.
- Job ID: BBBH3001
- Location: Africa
- Commodity: Gold
- Date Posted: 20 March 2018
- Closing Date: 19 May 2018
- Position Filled: 20 March 2018
Our Gold Mining Client is currently sourcing an experienced and qualified Deputy Electrical Section Head.
Globe 24-7 in partnership with our Mining client, is working together to source experienced and qualified talent for their existing mining operations in Africa.
Our Client has been actively mining and exploring gold in this geologically prospective area recognized as one of the premier areas in the world for exploration and mining of polymetalic deposits. The high gold potential associated has been proven through 24 years of gold mining.
- Be aware and comply with relevant Health and Safety legal and other requirements.
- Maintenance of all electrical equipment related to the power plant
- Execute maintenance and operation work while respecting statutory requirements, local laws and regulations, and OEM equipment safety requirements.
- Assist with supervising and technical support to all fixed plant, electrical distribution and control systems
- Responsible for the maintenance of the power generation plant
- Train and mentor team members
- Scheduling of Maintenance work
- Sourcing and Ordering of materials
- Electrical Trade Certificate with a minimum 10 years of relevant experience
- Solid experience in operation and maintenance practices associated with mining or remote site fixed plants
- Operational experience Diesel Generating power plant
- Knowledge of the operation and maintenance of Fixed processing plant
- Knowledge of High Voltage Overhead lines and switching
- Working knowledge of Control systems
- Process Plant Experience
- Solid skills utilising Microsoft Office Suite and Computerised Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS) such as Pronto
- 5 years Supervisory experience
The position offers a competitive remuneration package and is a great opportunity
Please apply directly by submitting your resume, preferably as a Microsoft Word document.