- Driver's License
- Microsoft Outlook
- Microsoft Excel
- Communication skills
- Microsoft Word
Northern Star Resources Limited (ASX: NST) is an Australian ASX 100 gold producer with four Tier-1 world-class projects located in highly prospective and low sovereign risk regions of Australia and North America. Northern Star is the second largest Australian gold producer and among the top 25 gold miners globally. Northern Star continues to invest in building a strong asset base through strategic acquisitions and aggressive exploration to extend the mine lives across its world-class operations and generate earning accretive value for its Shareholders through operational effectiveness
Due to internal transfer, Northern Star (Pogo) LLC have a challenging and rewarding opportunity for a Senior Mining Engineer at our world-class Pogo operation in Alaska on a rotational camp schedule.
What do we offer?
Vibrant hub of activity on site, with the ability to be part of successful and productive team
Permanent position and extended mine-life offering job security.
Excellent remuneration package with bonuses, insurances, 401k and paid leave.
Ongoing development opportunities and growth within a company that continuously invest in their people.
What's the role?
The Senior Mining Engineer reports to the Mine Manager, and the primary role is to Manage short-term planning and scheduling of mine development and stoping activities, and supervise mine engineering functions.
Develop, communicate, and implement underground mine designs, plans and schedules for Pogo Mine consistent with safe practices, government regulations, and production targets.
Develop and execute short to medium term schedules for underground all development, stoping and backfilling activities with iterations, as necessary.
Develop and implement short to mid-range mine plans, and strategic project evaluations.
Assist with Long-term Mine Planning.
Present weekly and monthly production schedules to mine operations and geology departments.
Manage and monitor mine utilities networks for dewatering, paste, ventilation and power.
Understand and contribute to ventilation, mine utilities, paste backfill, and ground support designs.
Perform financial evaluations and cost analyses for operating and capital project justification.
Perform mine inspections and monitoring on a regular basis.
Develop good working relationships with those on team and other operating groups.
Supervise employees, conduct performance evaluations, recommend promotions, and recommend and carry out corrective action for employees.
Develop and implement standards and procedures.
Identify, communicate, and resolve safety hazards.
What are we looking for?
You'll be a highly skilled individual who will display behaviour consistent to our Northern Star Values of Safety, Teamwork, Accountability, Respect and Results, looking to work with the business for the long term and be an integral part in its future growth and development.
Four to ten years progressively responsible relevant work experience. Prefer minimum 3 years underground mining experience.
Demonstrated computer skills in Windows environment with experience in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook. Demonstrated software skills in some specialty software such as Deswick/Vulcan, Minecad, Autocad, VnetPC, EPS, and Qualtrax.
Prefer experience and/or training in Deswick, Vulcan or other mine design software package, including schedulers such as Deswik IS. Prefer some hands on experience with mining operations and production.
Experience in Long Hole Open Stoping is required, preferably narrow vein with paste backfill.
Ability to work in a fast-paced team environment and adapt to changing priorities.
Ability to assume increasing levels of responsibility.
Valid Driver's License required.
Good communication skills.
Must have good comprehension of safe operating procedures, safety rules, policies, emergency procedures, and MSHA requirements.
Must pass a post offer physical and drug test, as well as a background check.
Working a 15 days on, 13 days off rotating schedule of days and nights, up to 12 hours a day or more at a remote campsite. Extreme conditions, including but not limited to extreme and changing weather conditions, dust, mud, varying levels of noise, varying degrees of light and dark, in and around artificial light and in a confined work area.
Employees are required to stay on site at the company provided camp during the work rotation. Camp facilities provide dining service, games room, exercise & weight room, sauna, and accommodation rooms. Dormitory rooms have a land line phone, great Wi-Fi & cable TV. Cell service is available through Wi-Fi. The Company provides a bus service to and from Fairbanks, Delta Junction and Tok, Alaska.
Why join us?
When you join our Company, you join the Northern Star Team. You will be engaged in a dynamic work environment where you will be valued as an integral part of the team, and where you can develop and grow with our business.
Northern Star actively supports and contributes to the local community in which we operate. We are a proud supporter of the Veterans' Employment Commitment and recognise the advantage of a diversified workplace including diversity of gender, thought, experience, and ethnicity. We encourage applications from diverse backgrounds and strive for workplace excellence.
Want to know more about Northern Star? Check out our website here: http://www.nsrltd.com/ or follow us on linked in: https://www.linkedin.com/company/northern-star-resources-limited/
Shortlisting for this role will begin immediately.
Candidates living in the Fairbanks North Star Borough, Delta and Tok regions will be given first consideration.
Due to the large volume of applications, only applicants who are shortlisted will be contacted.