The Northern Territory news Sat 23 Jan 2010
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CLASSIFIEDS 8944 9999 www.ntnews.com.au Northern Territory News, Saturday, January 23, 2010 63 P U B : N T N E W S D A T E : 2 3 -J A N -2 0 1 0 P A G E : 6 3 C O L O R : C M Y K 1082263v3 1000658v3 1088841v4 If you are a dynamic individual looking for challenge and want to contribute to an organisation that is undertaking a rapid growth phase please forward your application and resume by 4 February 2010 to: Human Resources Crocodile Gold Australia Operations PO Box 769, Humpty Doo NT 0830 Phone: 08 8939 5000 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org This is a critical senior position in developing the future reserves and strategic targets for Crocodile Gold. Specifically, ensuring its long term business plan and identifying opportunities. As a residential position based in Darwin, key responsibilities will include: Conversion of ore reserves Development of business plans for the mining of open pit and underground deposits Assessing values of various deposits Conducting and facilitating feasibility studies Mentoring planning engineers Providing technical support to mining managers. To succeed you will need the following skills and attributes: Significant experience in both underground and open pit planning Excellent working knowledge of mine planning Software (preferably Mine 2-4D and Surpac) Superior written and verbal communication skills Previous experience in high level mine planning Ability to recognize and act on business opportunity Degree qualified mining engineer. STRATEGIC MINE PLANNING ENGINEER Crocodile Gold Australia Operations is commencing gold mining and processing operations in the Northern Territory at the Tom's Gully, Brocks Creek, Cosmo/Chinese and Union Reef projects. Based in Darwin (Humpty Doo), the company is looking to expand it's reserves through a rigorous exploration programme. We are currently seeking applicants for a range of positions that will support the company through the start-up phase into long term production. This is a wonderful opportunity for an individual to gain valuable mine surveying experience whilst studying. As a Cadet Mine Surveyor you will be responsible for assisting with the delivery of surveying operations to our underground and open pit mine sites. Reporting to the Senior Surveyor your key responsibilities will include: Providing detailed survey maps Assisting in the management of the survey database Supply line and grade for underground headings Survey underground as-builts workings and update Survey volumes of the open pit and stockpiles as required On going development to become a degree qualified surveyor. The successful applicant will possess the following capabilities: Either be able to obtain entrance to a tertiary surveying course or currently undertaking tertiary studies in surveying Strong computer skills Possess excellent interpersonal, communication and organisational skills Be highly motivated and driven A team player with the ability to work autonomously. CADET MINE SURVEYOR As a graduate, or a graduate with a few years experience, you who are ready to embark upon your next challenge and truly accelerate your career. These environmental roles are hands on enabling you to gain valuable experience. Reporting to the HS&E Manager, and as part of a close knit and dynamic team, your key responsibilities will include: Implementing and administering environmental and rehabilitation programmes Participating in audits, monitoring and assessments Liaising with government departments on environmental matters Assisting with internal and external reporting. To succeed in these positions you will need: Bachelor degree in environmental science or equivalent Knowledge of relevant legislation An ability to prioritise and work to deadlines Strong written and communication skills Excellent team playing skills combined with the ability to work autonomously A professional and 'can do' attitude with the ability to deliver A strong degree of self awareness and a sense of humour. Some of these roles are residual in Darwin on a 5/2 roster, others are DIDO 2/1 roster. Ideally you will have had some field experience however this is not mandatory. ENVIRONMENTAL OFFICERS/GRADUATES Reporting to the Geology Manager, this position plays a key role in maintaining the geological database. Specifically, ensuring its continual efficiency and availability for our team of geologists. As a full time permanent position based in Darwin your key responsibilities will include: Management and support of drill database and spatial data systems within the region Development and maintenance of an integrated, comprehensive geoinformation and drill database system Provide or facilitate formal and informal training on the application of GIS (Mapinfo/Discover) and acQuire drill database software Service the region for drill database requirements and relevant hardware/software needs including travel to site as required Manage the regional development group's GIS and drill data hardware/software requirements including licensing maintenance and licence server monitoring. To be successful in this position you will have the following skills and attributes: Knowledge of Mapinfo/Discover, acQuire and SQL Advanced file and directory management skills Sound knowledge of database systems, geographical computer systems/software skills Excellent written and verbal communication skills Understanding of commercial and business concepts and applications. High level analytical skills, excellent trouble-shooting and fault-finding skills. GEOLOGY DATABASE ADMINISTRATOR c 3 0 0 6 2 2 / 1 0 Dawn House Incorporated Darwin Northern Territory Has a vacancy for COORDINATOR Dawn House Inc is a community based, feminist organisation providing a variety of services relating to women with children experiencing or escaping violence. Applicants for this position need to demonstrate: Knowledge and understanding of issues surrounding violence against women and children Ability to work with women and children from diverse cultures and backgrounds Clear communication skills and ability to work as part of a team Organisational and financial management Staff management Current criminal history check and current drivers licence Applications close Friday 12th February 2010. Late applications will not be accepted. An application package and further information can be obtained by phoning 8945 1388. DAWN HOUSE SUPPORTS DIVERSITY IN THE WORKPLACE 1050477v2 1053164v3 DELIVERY DRIVER Samios Plumbing Pty Ltd in Darwin has a vacancy for an enthusiastic Delivery Driver. This role involves receipt and despatch of goods, product deliveries, stock control and general warehouse duties. It is essential the applicant possess a current Drivers and Medium Rigid Licence. Please forward your written application by Friday, 5th February 2010 via email to email@example.com or phone (08) 8947 1833 1028886v7
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