- Lead a legacy in environmental restoration
- Iconic, multi-billion-dollar world-class rehabilitation project
- Navigate operational success
About the Company
Join a pioneering force in the environmental rehabilitation space, leading one of the most significant projects of its kind in the world. They are not just an organisation but an innovative community working to return previously mined land to natural conditions. This agile ASX listed company has its own board and support and resources from a top tier global miner.
Your hands-on background in operations and maintenance leadership highlights your ability to navigate complex processes. You’ve demonstrated the courage to challenge conventional practices and have a proven history of robust change management. You bring a wealth of processing expertise likely gained within the mining, pharmaceutical, petrochemical, water processing, desalinisation, or food industries. Your down-to-earth and humble nature has helped you build lasting relationships, and your readiness for a broader role in the next few years shows your ambition. You’re not just looking for a job; you’re seeking a career where you can make a tangible impact.
About the Opportunity
This is more than a role; it’s a chance to be part of a legacy. As Operations & Maintenance Superintendent, you will oversee a critical asset and lead a diverse team you’ll mentor, support, and develop. Your responsibilities will include overseeing brine concentration operations through significant change and optimisation, managing a large budget, and alignment with policies and procedures. Your leadership qualities will shine as you bring a fresh focus that aligns with the site’s changing nature. Your role will also offer visibility within the broader mining industry and provide exposure to senior leadership, allowing you to carve out a broader career path with significant opportunities.
What’s on Offer
Competitive salary package, including a site allowance, commute allowance, and superannuation. As part of your professional development, you’ll have access to career growth, education assistance, and opportunities within the global closures business unit. This position allows you to contribute to a world-class project in a pristine Australian National Park environment. Additionally, you’ll benefit from top-tier, family-friendly health and medical programs and well-being benefits.
Options for a flexible roster that includes residential arrangements with heavily subsidised housing or bus in/bus out from Darwin (relocation package available).
Please apply directly via this advert and make sure you include information in addition to your CV, highlighting your experience relevant to the requirements outlined above.
You may contact Joannah Bernard with specific questions on 0404851300 or [email protected]. Please do not apply via email.
This position is open only to applicants with unrestricted working rights in Australia.