In this role you will be responsible for:

  • Providing technical expertise to a broad range of stakeholders including Project, Production and Maintenance teams in both planned and breakdown environments
  • Providing support to the ongoing asset integrity program at the operation through remediation plan development and identification of improvement initiatives
  • Managing and governing structural standards
  • Monitoring and ensuring compliance to all regulatory requirements and internal policies, procedures and standards with respect to fixed plant structures
  • Identifying opportunities for technical improvements and the use of new technology to support the delivery of capital projects
  • Controlling and maintaining the blueprint (e.g. standards, specifications, procedures and drawings)
  • Reviewing and approving structural engineering requests to support our Management of Change process
  • Providing technical advice to safety incident and root cause analysis investigations
  • Assisting with the development of budget and capital planning
  • Reviewing consultant structural engineering work against the appropriate standards and auditing technical changes on site for compliance.
  • Coaching and mentoring junior, graduates and interns structural engineers

About You

To be successful in this role, your exceptional interpersonal skills will see you engage and influence a range of stakeholders to provide technical support to our Fixed plant, Processing & Production and Projects team at Jimblebar. You are team oriented and results focused with a demonstrated track record in working collaboratively to achieve results.

In addition, we are ideally looking for the following specific skills and experience:

  • A tertiary qualification in Structural or Civil Engineering is essential
  • Technical expertise enabling you to review and sign off drawing and provide technical advice and recommendations as required
  • Demonstrated experience within a Mining environment and structures supporting conveyors, crushers and buildings will be beneficial however not essential