GCC MINE Section Engineer - Johannesburg Verfied

Salary Negotiable Johannesburg, Gauteng Johannesburg, Gauteng 3 days ago 13-01-2022 12:18:03 PM
GCC MINE Section Engineer - Gauteng
Degree (B Tech, B Eng Tech, B Eng. or B Sc) Electrical or Mechanical Engineering, or equivalent.
DMR Certificate GCC Mines and Works (Electrical or Mechanical).
Leadership Development Programme (LDP) or equivalent qualification.
Computer Literacy and Microsoft Office Suite
driver’s license.
Management Development Programme (MDP) or equivalent qualification.
Must have at least 3 years post GCC experience appointed as a 2.13.3.1 in a mining environment (Shafts, project execution, trackless production, ore handling)
Must have a minimum 5 years’ experience in a Mining environment.
Execute and approve administrative tasks, applicable systems (e.g. Pipware, Modern Flow, ESS, Xtime, Isometrix).
Demonstrate knowledge regarding sound engineering principles and practices.
Analyse maintenance trends and variances, identifying opportunities for improvement.
Have knowledge and skill in implementing preventative maintenance schedules.
Ensure that safety, health and environmental requirements are adhered to.
Know and understand continuous improvement methods
This role will manage and coordinate the section to ensure safe installation, proper operation, running and maintenance for optimum availability at the lowest cost according to operational requirements, and sound engineering practice.
Manage the budget for the area of responsibility.
Responsible for the generation of cost saving ideas.
Responsible for the planning and organising of resources to obtain production targets.
Provide Engineering expertise and skills to the operation; advising on engineering solutions to enhance or ensure the effectiveness of the operation
Plan major shutdowns with internal and external clients to ensure the timeous allocation of resources.
Coordinate design of new equipment and ensure integration with the application of existing technology and resources.
Responsible for risk evaluation and alleviation within design of systems, equipment and products (Technical and Health, Safety, Environment & Quality (HSEQ)).
Responsible for the execution of discipline design (systems, equipment and products) through to documentation and data pack management.
Responsible to perform fault-finding via drawings for effective equipment availability.
Develop, implement, and ensure compliance to engineering standards and specifications.
Contribute to the identification, analysis and interpretation of engineering risks within the operation and contribute to the design and implementing of strategies and systems to mitigate risk and to prevent and reduce loss of the operation's assets.
Provide this as input into the ERM program.
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