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Superintendent Communities

Rio Tinto - Australia,

Mining, Oil & Gas
Source: uWorkin

Source: uWorkin


Full Job Description
Be part of creating a long-lasting positive legacy in this diverse and interesting role
Opportunity to think beyond and extend your knowledge
Permanent employment which includes an attractive range of additional benefits
Residential opportunity based in Jabiru on a 5:2 Roster

Our approach to Communities and Social Performance (CSP) is to build strong partnerships based on a relationship of mutual trust and respect. This includes the way we engage with communities and the steps we take to identify and manage social, economic, environmental, cultural, and human rights impacts.

About the role

We are looking for a Superintendent Communities to develop, implement and maintain relationships between Energy Resources Australia Ltd (ERA) and community stakeholders.

This role is based in Jabiru in the West Arnhem region, Northern Territory and will focus on maintaining longstanding relationships, engagement and social investment with surrounding communities, in particular Mirarr Traditional Owners, as we complete rehabilitation of Ranger Mine. You will be responsible for delivery of ERA’s CSP Strategy, Indigenous Business Development Strategy, Indigenous Employment Program and Cultural Heritage Management.

This is a great opportunity to apply your CSP expertise, exceptional stakeholder engagement skills and desire to extend your knowledge of mine rehabilitation and community engagement in an environment which offers a number of challenges and opportunities.

Reporting to the Manager Health, Safety, Environment and Communities, you will be:

Developing and maintaining relationships with Traditional Owners, including secretariat functions and supporting regular engagement activities
Developing and maintaining relationships with community stakeholders in Jabiru
Providing leadership in addressing all aspects of work under the Rio Tinto CSP Standard and the ERA Communities Policy, which includes managing responsibilities relating to implementation of the Cultural Heritage Management Plan (CHMP) and Cultural Heritage Management System (CHMS).
Developing and implementing an Indigenous Business Strategy
Identifying and facilitating Indigenous employment & training opportunities both on- and off-site
Supporting the ERA local procurement program to enable local business to participate in economic opportunities from closure
Supporting local organisations and agencies in community activities
Undertaking socio-economic programs which support communities through the closure transition period
Leading a team that includes an Advisor Communities and an Advisor Indigenous Employment

We are part of a connected global team that includes some of the industry’s best and brightest minds. We offer competitive, performance-focused remuneration and a wide range of benefits to reward your contribution. With a global reach, the opportunities to develop and grow your career are broad and exciting.

What you’ll bring

A commitment to the wellbeing of yourself, your team and the local community
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills - ability to build relationships with a wide range of people, ability to influence and build consensus
Demonstrated experience working in communities and/or a relevant field
Previous experience and knowledge of social performance and corporate responsibility tools and processes such as stakeholder analysis and engagement, social impact and risk management, and regional economic development.
Tertiary qualification within a relevant field such as community development, or sociology, or equivalent experience
C Class Driver’s Licence

It will be beneficial if you have:
Experience working in regional and remote communities, particularly with Indigenous groups

What we offer

Be recognised for your contribution, your thinking and your hard work, and go home knowing you’ve helped to make the world a better place through your own local contribution.

A work environment where safety is always the number one priority
A permanent position working directly for Energy Resources of Australia Ltd (ERA) within the Rio Tinto Group
A competitive base salary and allowances reflective of your skills and experience with annual incentive program
Comprehensive medical benefits including subsidised private health insurance for employees and immediate family
Attractive share ownership plan
Company provided insurance cover
Extensive salary sacrifice & salary packaging options
Career development & education assistance to further your technical or leadership ambitions
Ongoing access to family-friendly health and medical wellbeing support
Leave for all of life’s reasons (vacation/annual, paid parental, sick leave)
Exclusive employee discounts (banking, accommodation, cars, retail and more)
Possible domestic relocation assistance

About ERA

Energy Resources of Australia Ltd (ERA) is a publicly listed company with Rio Tinto its major shareholder. ERA has mined and produced uranium oxide from its Ranger mine in the beautiful and rugged Alligator Rivers area of the Northern Territory since 1980. The Ranger mine is located on Aboriginal land, and is surrounded by, but separate from Kakadu National Park.

Mining at Ranger ceased in November 2012 and since then, Ranger has been processing ore from stockpiles.

The role is either Darwin based on a Bus in Bus out arrangement between Ranger Mine and Darwin, or locally based residential in Jabiru. Subsidised housing arrangements for Jabiru residents will be included.

Where you’ll be working

This role will be residentially based in Jabiru, Northern Territory.

Every Voice Matters

We particularly welcome and encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, women, the LGBTI+ community, mature workers, people with disabilities and people from different cultural backgrounds.

We are committed to an inclusive environment where people feel comfortable to be themselves. We want our people to feel that all voices are heard, all cultures respected and that a variety of perspectives are not only welcome -they are essential to our success. We treat each other fairly and with dignity regardless of race, gender, nationality, ethnic origin, religion, age, sexual orientation or anything else that makes us different.

Applications close on the 16th of April 2021 (Rio Tinto reserves the right to remove advertised roles prior to this date)