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Emergency Services Officer - Exploration

Mineral Resources - Gibson Desert North, WA

Mining, Oil & Gas
Source: uWorkin

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JOB DESCRIPTION

Full Job Description
Job no: 502082
Work type: Fixed Term - Project
Location: Pilbara
Categories: Health, Safety & Environment

As an ASX 100 and perennial company, Mineral Resources Limited (MRL) is an Australian-based leader in the performance and delivery of diversified mining services, mineral processing underpinned by a growing portfolio of mining operations across multiple commodities including Iron Ore and Lithium.

A little background

Mineral Resources is not like most other companies. Our entrepreneurial spirit is alive and well, and it has infused itself with the very culture of our business. What is that spirit you may ask? It means that we are focused on the outcome; willing to shift the very earth to achieve our desired goals. We are not constrained to a particular methodology, and are willing to accept that there can be many ways to create success.

The future

Mineral Resources is on a journey, and this will be accomplished in a myriad of ways. At the heart of it all will be our workforce. We can’t accomplish anything without our people. Leaders to set the vision. Specialists to design, plan and implement and accomplished Tradespeople to operate our high-tech machinery. It takes all of us.

About the role

The purpose of this role is to provide Emergency Services on MRL sites proactively based on prevention, preparedness, response and recovery as well as providing prehospital care in a medical capacity, To safely execute MRL’s Central Pilbara Exploration activities. This role is critical to the safe, productive, and timely delivery of mineral resources required to support MRL’s continued growth in the Pilbara region.

You will;

The role is field based at one of MRLs major exploration projects on a FIFO 9/5 Roster.
This will be a hands-on and office-based position providing medical and emergency response to those on site. As a key team member, you will play a lead role in managing safety and ensuring Emergency Management Plans are in place.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Provide Prehospital Emergency care onsite.
Maintain appropriate site emergency response in accordance with Emergency plan requirements.
Manage the site emergency preparedness.
Maintain all medical and emergency equipment to a high standard.
Screen on site fitness to work testing including Drug and Alcohol screening.
Provide first aid training.
Statutory reporting for all safety compliance.
Provide safety training as advised by Safety Superintendent / Senior Safety Advisor.

What you’ll bring to the team

Demonstrated experience as an Emergency Service Officer Role in the exploration/resources industry.
Certificate III in Mine Emergency Response and Rescue.
Certificate IV in Pre-Hospital Care or higher.
Current Driver's license
Certificate IV in WHS or in progress
Drug and Alcohol testing

What we offer

We offer a range of benefits to our employees including:
Discounted private health insurance
Safe work environment - see our rapid response to COVID-19
Career development opportunities
State of the art corporate facilities (mid 2021) featuring onsite gym and restaurant
A supportive and inclusive environment
16 weeks paid Parental Leave (or 32 weeks at half pay) for the primary caregiver

If you believe that you have the necessary attitude and skills for this role, apply now! Shortlisting will commence immediately. Please note that no agency applications will be accepted at this time, unless specifically requested.

Mineral Resources Limited is a proud Equal Opportunity Employer, and we encourage applicants who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander to apply.

Advertised: 15 Apr 2021 W. Australia Standard Time