Unki Mines (Private) Limited, invites applications from suitably qualified and experienced persons to fill the following vacancies which have arisen in the Safety Health Environment and Quality (SHEQ) Department:- CHIEF SAFETY OFFICER -RISK AND SYSTEMS PURPOSE OF THE JOB: The role is responsible for the overall coordination of Safety Risk Management Programs and championing the implementation of Safety Systems and Standards (in line with the Anglo Safety Way). MAJOR OUTPUTS: • Ensuring effective Safety, Health, Environment Risk Management Systems are implemented throughout the operation. • Implementing and maintaining ISO 45001, IS01 4001 and ISO 9001 standards. • Coordinating and implementing the Anglo Group Technical Standards. • Formulating, implementing and reviewing of the Operational Safety Standards. • Managing direct reports output. • Co-ordinating and participating in Safety audits for the site. • Compile the annual Safety Improvement Plan for the Operations. • Co-ordinating and participating in Risk-Assessments for Operations.
MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS: • A relevant degree in SHE Risk Management/Occupational Safety/Health or natural sciences. • Minimum of 2 years experience in a similar role or 5 years at Officer level in a mining/mineral processing or heavy manufacturing environment. • ISO 14001, ISO 45001 and ISO 9001 Implementation and Auditing qualifications and experience. • Experience in Operational Risk Management (ORM) and application of risk assessment techniques. • Relevant SHE certificates (such as NOSA-SAMTRAC, NEBOSH). • Computer Literacy: (Bowtie XP, Enablon and MS office). • Good communication, presentation and facilitation skills. • Clean Class 4 driver's licence.
Applications accompanied by detailed curriculum vitae and certified copies of qualifications, should be submitted not later than 29 March 2020. The Senior Human Resources Manager Unki Mines (Pvt) Limited P.O. Box 254, Shurugwi Or email to firstname.lastname@example.org NB! A response will only be made to applicants who are invited to attend selection interviews. Applicants who are not contacted within 21 days after closing date of the advertisement should consider themselves to have been unsuccessful.