Our client currently has an opportunity for a General Engineering Supervisor – Yellow Equipment at their Open Cast Chrome mine based in a remote area of Zimbabwe. This position is suited to single expats and involves a rotation of 28 days on and 10 days off. Flights, housing and meals will be provided by the company.
The General Engineering Supervisor role is for an individual who is highly motivated and dedicated with a strong desire to learn new skills, able to work independently as well as part of a team, enjoys new challenges and shows a lot of initiative.
The successful incumbent will hold a Section 13 Red seal or be article 28 certified in South Africa and have a minimum of 10 years of experience in a similar field within a Mining Environment and with a market supplier such as: CAT, Bell, Komatso, Volvo, Mercedes.
Fault finding on equipment
Planned record keeping of services and breakdowns
Daily planning on repairs and service
Daily spares issuing
Forward planning on services
Rebuild of equipment
Repair of breakdowns
Training of local employees
Daily reconciliation on production
Daily interaction with engineer
Daily inspections on equipment
Job Qualification & Experience:
Minimum Grade 12 with Maths and a related tertiary qualification: Section 13 Red seal or article 28 certified in South Africa
Minimum 10 years experience in a similar field within a Mining Environment and with a market supplier such as – CAT, Bell, Komatso, Volvo, Mercedes
Good written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills required
Ability to work independently
High sense of responsibility and accuracy
Be able to work under pressure
Our client is a rapidly expanding company which now directly and indirectly employs 2500 people throughout sub-Saharan Africa. The mine in Zimbabwe mines and processes alluvial chromite ore.
This advert is being advertised in collaboration with our recruitment partner MCHIR.
General Engineering Supervisor – Yellow Equipment – Ref: No: 1092880-4
General Engineering Supervisor
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