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Underground Mining Engineer

Private Company - Leinster, WA

Mining, Oil & Gas
Source: uWorkin


Reporting to the Underground Manager, you will work with a small team to meet production goals and further increase the life of mine at Darlot Underground.

This role is offered on 8 days on 6 days off roster and is Fly in Fly out from Perth.

Key responsibilities include:

  • Always acting in a manner that seeks to enhance the culture of safety and performance of Red 5 Limited are adhered to at all times;
  • Ability to operate safely - maintaining and promoting safe production;
  • Deliver practical drill and charge plans to operations as required to meet/exceed targets;
  • Undertake project work for operations as required;
  • Provide engineering support to operations staff as required;
  • Participate in stope reconciliations for improvements in drill and blast methods;
  • Conduct assessments of all hazards associated with operations;
  • Consistently demonstrate and reflect behaviours, actions and attitudes in line with the company’s Vision, Values and Code of Ethics and actively promote the Company’s policies, systems and procedures relating to HR, OH&S and Environment within your area of responsibility.

Key factors to your success include;

  • A strong safety ethic and the ability to positively promote safety;
  • Possess a BEng degree in Mining Engineering or equivalent;
  • Previous experience within a drill and blast role (2-3 years) – preferably underground;
  • Completion of underground practical time to obtain a First Class Mine Manager’s / Shift Boss ticket;
  • Experience with i-konTM II blasting systems, Deswik software packages;
  • Demonstrate application of continuous improvement ideas;
  • Possess a valid WA “C” Driver’s License as a minimum;
  • Current National Police Clearance is essential;
  • Ability to obtain a WA Dangerous Goods Security Card;
  • Ability to communicate effectively across all levels.