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  • Posted: Apr 12, 2022
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  • As a global and diversified mining business, we use the latest technologies to find new resources, plan and build our mines and mine, process, move and market our products to customers around the world. For almost 100 years, we have been mining the minerals that society needs to develop and prosper. We provide our investors with a balanced portfolio of oppo...
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    Instrumentation Technician - Underground (12 Months Fixed Term Contract) -Burgersfort

    Job Description:
    The role is responsible to ensure that all systems are maintained and optimised to ensure that the capacity to the production process is maximised.

    You will be tasked with performing the following activities.

    • Identify high risk and safety critical areas
    • Disseminate best practice in instrumentation aspects
    • Audit high risk and safety critical areas
    • Analyse and identify problems on the current control solution
    • System trouble shooting and hardware problems resolution
    • Support on existing instrumentation, networks and hardware
    • Calibration and maintenance of all equipment within the control solution
    • Adherence to the Anglo Platinum Change Procedure
    • Adherence to Anglo Platinum Standards
    • Assist with commissioning for onsite projects

    This role is a C5 level reporting to the Snr Instrument Technician and Instrument Engineer.

    Qualifications:
    You will need the following:

    • Matric/ Grade 12
    • National N6 Diploma and relevant Trade Test OR National Diploma in Electrical Engineering (T3/S4)
    • Registered as a Professional Engineering Technician with ECSA – advantageous

    Experience

    • 3 years relevant work experience
    • Must have underground experience (Competent B certificate)
    • Experience with Mitsubishi PLC, Adroit Scada, Asi Network, and Profibus network will be advantageous

    Additional Requirements

    • Must be able to work standby
    • Advanced computer literacy
    • Good decision-making skills
    • Valid driving licence code 08

    Closing Date: 12th, April 2022

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    Senior SCC Clerk: Data Capture

    Key responsibilities include:

    • Ensure stock movements are captured for all transfers in the case of back loads to and receipts from Cape Town Supply Chain Centre
    • Follow up on progress and status of SAP Picking Lists on the warehouse floor / yard and close out same day.
    • Provide progress report on status of all Picking Lists incomplete as at close of business
    • Capture all necessary SAP movements, issue and sales documents as part of the flow of normal business
    • Handling internal and external invoice queries
    • Facilitate Customer and Vendor Returns process
    • Document control by filing and collating all Picking Lists, Physical Inventory Documents
    • Ensure goods receipts / service entries for services are completed accurately and according to the correct SAP procedures
    • Follow up on availability / provision of all invoices / internal documents requested from suppliers, service providers and broader internal team members
    • Perform general administration duties related to the operation of the centre.

    Qualifications:

    • Grade 12, with suitable M+2 qualification in Supply Chain, Administration, Finance or similar commercial discipline.

    Knowledge and experience required:

    • Clerical and/or operational experience.
    • Previous experience in a supply chain, logistics or operational environment.
    • Intermediate SAP, Excel and Outlook proficiency.
    • Desirable: experience in a marine environment, engineering fabrication environment and exposure to other enterprise systems would be an advantage.

    Closing Date: 12th, April 2022

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    SHE Officer - Kathu

    Job Description:
    The role will also be responsible for verifying compliance to the SHE systems during inspections, audits, investigations and leadership interactions and interventions in the workplace, other duties will be the following:

    • Conducting of physical condition inspections as per schedule and ensure sign-off of the relevant legal appointees
    • Inspection of associated documentation
    • Discussing, recording & signoff of findings in logbook
    • Capturing of information on ISOMETRIX and close out of previous findings
    • Updating inspection schedule
    • Conduct actual investigation in line with the Anglo requirements. Finalizing report and getting signoff and copies of associated docs.
    • Ensure the incident and related actions are captured in ISOMETRIX
    • Follow up on corrective actions
    • Assist Chief Safety Officer with compilation of month end reports
    • Investigate and submission of High Potential Hazards
    • Support actions on the SHE Objectives & Targets
    • Active participation in Safety
    • Conduct Internal Audit in respective areas System
    • Co-ordinate the Emergency drills
    • Assist in the analysis of Safety Statistics
    • Conduct Passport 360 & Legal Compliance audits
    • Ensure lifesaving behaviors is updated per project
    • Review the contractor safety file and approve the file in Passport 360 if found to be compliant
    • Assist with High Risk Work and Critical Control Oversight per project

    This role is in the Safety Department on a Band 7 reporting to the Safety Advisor  – Stay in Business

    Qualifications:
    You will need the following:

    • National Diploma or Degree in SHE disciplines
    • SAMTRAC Mining or COMSOC 1 & 2
    • 5+ years’ experience in daily SHE management in a mine environment and experience in construction 
    • Project Experience is essential
    • Experienced in using Passport 360 and Isometrix
    • A3 Risk Management (Advantageous)
    • SACPCMP Registration as a Safety Officer (Advantageous)
    • Driver’s License

    Closing Date: 12th, April 2022

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    Cost Controller - OPS

    Job Description:
    The purpose of the role is to manage the cost control function for the Commercial Demonstration hydrogen trucks, and supporting infrastructure, that will be piloted at the Mogalakwena mine in Limpopo. This will include:

    • Developing an integrated cost control plan;
    • Monitoring: schedule, progress and cost;
    • Preparing monthly reports;
    • Providing forecast and budget updates;
    • Being the key representative on site for nuGen Finance and working closely with the nuGen Finance Manager and other nuGen leadership members in understanding key cost and finance issues/risks.

    Key Responsibilities:

    • A willingness to work independently and the insight to recognise key issues to highlight for line manager support
    • The ability to work well as part of a larger team across different functions
    • Experience of working on projects $10m +

    Performance & Delivery – all in respect of the nuGen Mogalakwena site:

    Cost Estimate

    • Review of the site cost estimates (incl. comprehensive understanding of the basis of estimate for key items), cash-flow forecast and alignment with scope, WBS and schedule.

    Cost control plan

    • The development of an integrated cost control plan, using relevant Anglo policies and existing templates, incorporating all key stakeholders, with specific emphasis on integration with the Schedule.
    • Ensuring alignment with other key elements of the project e.g. Engineering, Procurement, Construction, Commissioning, Project Economics, Estimating, Scheduling and Cost Accounting.
    • Ongoing review of cost control responsibilities to ensure appropriate segregation of duties.

    Monitor and control progress against cost and cash-flow

    • Progress tracking and trending by application of Earned Value principles.
    • Liaising frequently with the Scheduling team to understand any potential schedule conflicts, resource constraints, time constraints, etc.
    • Early identification of significant variances, with analysis and interpretation of root cause(s).
    • Identify need for formal change process where applicable and communicate this to relevant project manager.
    • Responsible for preparing and maintaining cost reports, cost forecasts and change logs on a contract and project areas basis for areas of responsibility

    Monthly reporting and forecasting

    • Month-end procedures in SAP and other systems as required (e.g. Oracle Unifier), including accruals.
    • Analyse key variances vs. budget and latest forecast.
    • Highlight key business performance risks, issues and opportunities to management.
    • Supply data analyses & insights for discussions with various functional disciplines.
    • Ensure correct allocation of opex and capex expenditure in ERP and project control software.
    • Prepare updated monthly forecasts.
    • Be the key interface between site and nuGen Financial Manager.
    • Monthly reconciliation of project spend/capex in SAP to balance in project control software.    

    Planning and budgeting

    • Contribute to the corporate planning/Budgeting process by providing the site level forecasting and budgeting for nuGen.
    • Support the management of project budgets and approval of changes to the project budgets for area of responsibility

    Capitalisation of fixed assets

    • Liaise with Anglo American Group and T&S Finance regarding capitalisation of fixed assets, including correct capitalisaton of AUC (assets under construction).

    On-site finance subject matter expert:

    • Act as the key subject matter expert pertaining to project accounting and transactional requirements for relevant finance systems, such as SAP/Oracle, for the site project team.

    Qualifications:

    • A bachelor’s degree in Financial Accounting / Quantity Surveying/BCom/BTech or other relevant engineering or business degree.
    • Working experience as a cost controller in mining or oil & gas or energy or technology development or infrastructure projects.
    • Having worked as cost controller on at least one project for at least 12 months with total project value of $10m.
    •  A CIMA or Chartered Accountant (South Africa) or similar institute qualification, or evidence of or working towards such a qualification, would be advantageous.

    Technical Knowledge:

    • Working experience in SAP PM or similar ERP project management module.
    • Experience in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel. Proficiency in Excel must include ability to work with data tables and pivot tables; and generate charts in both Excel and PowerPoint.
    • Experience in relevant project cost control software, e.g. Oracle, Ecosys, Cobra etc.
    • Sound understanding of project management in relation to cost, dependencies and critical paths
    • Demonstrated knowledge of the principles of compiling financial costing models and implementing cost controls
    • Experience with transactional administration and project accounting on major mining or oil & gas or infrastructure or technology projects, especially in SAP PM    
    • Experience in building cloud-based reporting dashboards (e.g. Microsoft BI)
    • Experience in SAP BW and/or SAP BI
    • Processing and controlling costs in SAP PM (or similar ERP environment)
    • Processing and controlling costs in relevant project control software (e.g. Oracle, Ecosys, Cobra)
    • Running a month-end close process in SAP PM (or similar ERP environment)
    • Applies data analytical tools and techniques to create accurate management reports for decision-making
    • Team Leader - Fosters a climate that is inclusive and where team members feel safe to contribute, collaborate, receive feedback and coaching
    • Establishes and nurtures relationships with stakeholders, by use of effective listening and questioning to better understand the other person or group

    Closing Date: 13th, April 2022

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    Mining Technician

    Job Description:
    As Mining Technician, your responsibilities will include: 

    • Coordinating mining operations to ensure optimum and cost-effective recovery of Iron Ore according to sound mining practice, to ensure the attainment of Department & production objectives
    • Initiating and managing the development of improved technical standards and systems to build effective operational support for achievement of internal production targets
    • The application and deployment of human resources in a way that maximises the benefit to the business as well as to themselves
    • Regular caucus meetings & team build sessions are held with all personnel & a high performance culture exists
    • Problems are resolved within appropriate levels of accountability and responsibility for individuals and teams
    • Personnel are actively involved in finding and implementing solutions
    • The teams have the ability to initiate and manage change
    • Individual and or department objectives are clearly specified and agreed upon
    • Identify barriers to effective production performance and contribute to the design of efficient production processes by recommending solutions to ensure optimal and economical resource utilisation.
    • Monitoring, measuring and analysing the quantity and quality of production levels to identify areas of improvement.
    • Participate in relevant safety audits, inspections and observations, and address issues as part of demonstrating safety leadership

    This role is in the Mining department at a Band 7 level reporting to the Mining Engineer Load and Haul

    Qualifications:

    • BTech/B.Eng. / BSc (Mining) (Honours will be advantageous)
    • Diploma in Mining Engineering or other N6 Qualification
    • Surface mining experience (Advantageous)
    • Reporting and Data analytics
    • Experience with Tableau or Power BI, together with Microsoft Excel
    • Knowledge of R or Python Programming language as well as SQL (Advantageous)
    • Fleet Management Systems experience
    • Valid Driver’s Licence
    • Computer Literacy

    Experience:

    • 3 -5  years’ operational experience in the Mining environment

    Closing Date: 13th, April 2022

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    Work Management Scheduler

    Job Description:
    As a Work Management Scheduler, you will be will be to allocate resources for all approved work to be completed at the right time, and to ensure the efficient utilization of resources in doing so. This role is responsible for the scheduling of tasks as specified be it ad hoc or planned.

    You will also be responsible for the following:

    • Defining a Task start time that fits the completion window (i.e. between the earliest time resources can be available and the latest date that the work can be started and meet the required completion date),
    • Confirming and allocating Equipment/Workplace access time, and labour and equipment availability.
    • Confirming labour and equipment availability,
    • Review the Task Status Report on a daily basis.
    • Schedule newly approved work to assist in setting the schedule and to track upcoming work
    • Work collaterally across departments, to ensure the proper communication of timing and impact of scheduled work.
    • Liaison with the relevant personnel responsible for the execution of the activities on the schedule.
    • Obtain decisions form relevant parties regarding the action to manage critical issues.
    • Obtain the agreement to the schedule from all effected parties
    • This role is in the Mining department at a Band 6 level reporting to the Section Manager: Work Management

    Qualifications:

    • Grade 12 Certificate 
    • Diploma/ Degree in Mining Engineering or other N6 Qualification
    • Computer Literacy: Knowledge and experience with mine planning and scheduling software will be advantageous

    Experience:

    • Relevant operational experience
    • Relevant Planning experience

    Closing Date: 13th, April 2022

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    Business Process Advisor - Supplier Experience

    Job Description:
    This advisory support role is responsible for building commercial and purchasing excellence in Supply Chain, working with leaders and teams to define, develop and implement leading practice, drive continuous improvement to attain and maintain performance targets, facilitate the development and roll-out of policy, standards and procedures and build the requisite people capability. 

    Job Description/ Key Accountabilities: 

    • Contribute to the development of the Commercial and Purchasing strategy, critical tasks and performance targets for Supply Chain and the broader organization, and support with implementation where required.
    • Support the delivery of commercial and purchasing goals, ambitions and priorities.
    • Contribute to the development of a Commercial & Purchasing Community of Practice through active stakeholder engagement, networking and continuous improvement.
    • Ensure Commercial and Purchasing plans are captured and reflected in the associated processes.
    • Advise on effective data analysis and benchmarking for improvement.
    • Provide advisory support for compiling best practice definitions through research and data analysis.
    • Collaborate closely with global and regional teams to advise and address issues, glean insights from users and drive focus on continuous improvement.
    • Compile advisory reports and dashboards to ensure delivery of digital and analytical solutions.
    • Support a strategic approach across all commercial work where communities are central to strategies, ways of working, digital enablement and associated initiatives.

    Qualifications:
    Qualifications & Experience

    • Qualification: An undergraduate qualification - Bachelor degree level or equivalent, alternatively relevant tertiary qualification and proven track record of extensive practical experience in a role and context of similar complexity
    • Experience: Practical experience in relevant field
    • Desirable: A postgraduate qualification in a relevant discipline OR a proven track record of extensive practical experience in a role and context of similar complexity

    Technical Knowledge:

    • Strong technical knowledge across the Supply Chain value chain, ability to integrate and understand what drives excellence.
    • Strong Commercial understanding  
    • Purchasing
    • Project Management

    Closing Date: 14th, April 2022

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    IM Enterprise Architect

    Job Description:
    The IM Enterprise Architect will assist De Beers to identify the critical solution, related strategies and integrations needed to run and grow the business. They will collaborate closely with business stakeholders and peers across functions to understand challenges and how best to respond.

    Key responsibilities include:

    • Develop and document the IT enterprise architecture approach for De Beers, based on business and in-flight/emerging solutions strategy and requirements, working closely closely with business stakeholders and peers across functions ensure alignment to the overall (Enterprise Architecture (EA) for Global IM, whilst balancing goals and constraints.
    • Manages and drives the development of the Global IM Enterprise Architecture practice and capability.
    • Promote the business value of architecture as an enabler of the strategy, and as support for technology innovation, which drives the derivation of business value within De Beers.
    • Formulate, translate, advocate, support and execute the relevant Global IM strategy to achieve the organisation’s targeted business outcomes.
    • Drive and partake in technology experiments to create new products and services·      
    • Determine and articulate the relationship between people, processes, information, technology, and their relationships to one another and to the external environment.
    • Provide consultative advice to business leaders and organisational stakeholders in respect of IM Enterprise Architecture.
    • Analyse De Beers strategy, priorities, future-state capabilities and future (and current) IT environment to detect deficiencies and define and recommend solutions for improvement to drive the business forward.
    • Develop and present gap analyses and/or IT investment roadmaps that reflect the status of the existing De Beers IT estate, namely, its ability to contribute to future-state business capabilities in respect to ecosystems and digital platforms.

    Qualifications:

    • An undergraduate qualification (Bachelors degree or equivalent) in the relevant IM, business, computer science, computer engineering, electrical engineering, system analysis or a related field of study.

    Knowledge and experience required:

    • Business experience in strategic and operations planning and/or business analysis.
    • Experience in multiple disciplines, such as business, information, solution or technical architecture, application development, middleware, information analysis, database management or operations in a multitier environment.
    • Demonstrated experience and background in delivering coherent strategies taking into consideration the value chain of the business and Enterprise Architecture.
    • Ability to translate business needs into architecture requirements.
    • Knowledge of business models, operating models, financial models, cost-benefit analysis and risk management.
    • Knowledge of business ecosystems, traditional IM landscapes and cloud landscapes and technologies.
    • Familiarity with information management practices, system development life cycle management, IT services management, agile and lean methodologies, infrastructure and operations, and EA and ITIL frameworks.
    • Knowledge of the various components of holistic Enterprise Architecture

    Closing Date: 14th, April 2022

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    Principal Data Delivery

    Job Description:
    The purpose of the role is to support the Head of Digital Services to manage the integrated data management programme to enable the deployment activities associated with the operational environment related to Product and Portfolio Management execution for Data Analytics.

    Responsibilities:

    Performance & Delivery

    • Lead with the Head of Digital (and key partners) to complete data related processes and services for the BU for the 3-5yr planning horizon
    • Responsible and accountable for the identifying the appropriate BU specific data required to be sourced, and curated in the Anglo American Data Platform
    • Aligning the BU deployment roadmap to the central Data analytics team data provisioning roadmap over the 3 – 5 year time horizon
    • Responsible and accountable to ensure that site data is aligned to the global standards allowing for use in reporting and analytic use-cases at both business unit and group level
    • Align the BU deployment roadmap with Group IM teams to ensure access to data required for DA and BU  specific requirements
    • Works with site and BU leadership to ensure Data Governance, Ownership and stewardship are embedded in operational processes
    • Manage the team of Data Professionals to ensure BU specific requirements are met
    • Create a purpose-led, high-performing culture within the discipline that is aligned with the company values, is inclusive and promotes diversity
    • Implement effective team leader and team member processes. Set clear and consistent expectations, encourage teams to challenge the status quo and strive for improvements
    • Lead effective employee & contractor management processes for the discipline
    • Ensure individuals and teams have the authorities and resources (time, people and budget) to perform their tasks in line with the nature/complexity of work and industry benchmarks on efficiency

    Qualifications:

    • Bachelor Degree in Physics, Mathematics, Engineering, Computer Science.

    Technical Knowledge:

    • Minimum 5 years demonstrated experience in a data technology role
    • Detailed understanding of operational processes related to data management
    • Strong track record of consulting and services engagement
    • Demonstrated track record of stakeholder engagement to enable aligned goals
    • High level knowledge of enterprise data, data quality, data integration and has demonstrated success of working with data sources in mining, oil and gas, geoscience or similar disciplines
    • Optimises productivity and quality targets by utilising deep technical expertise and cooperating with multi-disciplinary teams to highlight and address areas of improvement
    • Project management fundamentals
    • New technologies and their impact on operational activities
    • Business improvement tools and techniques
    • Strong proven analytical skills and attention to detail
    • Commercial/business drivers across value chain
    • Financial metrics & budgeting in the context of project management/product development

    Operations:

    • Delivery of technical solutions in data projects by demonstrating project management skills
    • Business improvement techniques to identify key areas for improvement as part of product development   
    • Cloud and Hybrid Cloud computing (PaaS and IaaS)Advanced: Agile project management methods and practices
    • Understanding of Big Data workflows and related technology and application solution architecture
    • Advanced: systematic, knowledge-based problem-solving approach and structured methodologies
    • in-depth understanding of the mining value chain to identify and execute on opportunities where technical expertise can enhance business performance
    • Establishes and nurtures relationships with stakeholders, by use of effective listening and questioning to better understand the other person or group

    Closing Date: 14th, April 2022

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    HR Analyst

    Job Description:
    HR’s purpose is to facilitate the improvement of technical expertise and thought leadership throughout Anglo American by shaping and implementing people systems and processes.

    The HR Analyst will provide generalist HR advice and services to Technical & Sustainability across all locations globally. This role a fixed-term contract for a 12 month period based in our Johannesburg Corporate Office.

    Key Responsibilities:

    • Provide administrative support to ensure a timely, accurate and positive experience is delivered to the business and its people throughout the employee life cycle
    • Be the first point of contact for HR queries and provide basic advice, support and guidance.
    • Provide support to the HR Advisors / HR Business Partners on relevant HR requirements.
    • Provide implementation support on HR processes and contribute to continuous improvement initiatives.
    • Demonstrate behaviour in line with health, safety and environmental standards.
    • Demonstrate behaviour in line with the Group’s values, standards and a professional workplace.
    • Participate as an effective team member in working collaboratively with your leader, clients, peers and relevant others (including from other teams where relevant) to achieve business goals.
    • Operate in a cost-effective way, within limits set by your leader.
    • Work within policies, processes and systems and advise any issues which impede your, or the team’s performance.

    Qualifications:

    • Tertiary qualification in a relevant discipline.
    • Knowledge of all areas of HR management such as resourcing, talent, reward, learning and development and performance management.
    • Ability to deliver end to end HR processes.
    • Ability to interpret various employment legislations.
    • Ability to identify and implement process improvements.
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
    • High level of attention to detail.
    • Strong track record of building strong relationships with internal and external stakeholders.
    • Demonstrated experiencing using ERP systems.

    Closing Date: 15th, April 2022

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    SNR HRD Practitioner Protection Services

    Job Description:
    You will be conducting and organising training courses, assessing competencies and facilitating external expert training for the team.

    Your responsibilities will include:

    • Identify people’s skills development programmes for all Protection Services members
    • Coordinating external and internal training courses 
    • Supervise trainees during training
    • Ensure that training courses satisfy user needs
    • Conduct required skills training courses for Protection Services members
    • Conduct regular assessments of the performance of Protection Services members on the training programmes  
    • Liaise/assist with Higher Education Institutions and PSIRA registrations
    • Ensure that safety standards are adhered to during training
    • Liaise with ADC and specialist external Trainers for technical support requirements
    • Engineering refresher/ induction training conducted and evaluated
    • Support theoretical or classroom training with practical instruction and assessments
    • Conduct competency assessment linked to unit standards through practical follow up of ETD application in a work environment
    • Monitoring and advise on ETD practices and procedures 

    This role is in the Protection Services Department at a C5 Level reporting to the HRD Coordinator Protection Services

    Qualifications:
    To be successful in this role you will need to have:

    • Grade 12
    • NQF 4 OETDP Certificate
    • Registered with PSIRA Grade A
    • Registered Firearm Instructor with applicable Unit Standards
    • Range Officer Certificate
    • ETDP Registered Assessor 

    To be successful, you will have the following experience:

    • 5 years in security environment, of which 3 years should be in a supervisory position
    • 2-3 years training/facilitating experience 

    Knowledge and Skills

    • Basic Computer Literacy  
    • Dog handlers’ qualifications will be advantageous
    • Driver’s license code 08
    • If successful, you will be required to take a Medical Fitness Test

    Closing Date: 15th, April 2022

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    Transitions Manager

    Job Description:
    In this role you will take accountability for planning, structuring, leading and executing complex transition projects and programmes.

    Your key responsibilities will include:

    • Run complex Accounting Services (AS) & Employee Services (ES) transitions from design and development stage to implementation and completion stage
    • Define requirements and plan transition lifecycle
    • Create strategies for risk mitigation and contingency planning
    • Demonstrate leadership to define requirements for transition risk and allocate appropriate resources
    • Develop requests for proposals for external services
    • Communicate with all stakeholders
    • Manage both the dependencies and the interfaces between transition projects
    • Manage and report progress and risks to the transition’s successful outcome
    • Apply a structured change management approach and methodology for business risks

    This role is at a band 6 level, Transitions Specialist, and will be reporting into the Manager: Transitions. 

    Qualifications:

    • Degree level education such as BComm, BusSc, BSc Actuarial Science, Technology or Engineering or related field; Preferably with post graduate qualification (e.g. Honours, CA, CFA or MBA); 
    • 5 – 7 years’ experience managing transiitons 
    • PMP (Project Management Professional) Certification or equivalent preferred
    • MS Project/ SmartSheets

    To be successful in this role you will have the following experience:

    • Post qualification project management and management level experience
    • Specialist knowledge of accounting and employee services (HR and payroll) service offerings
    • Experience in the transition of work/activities between Business Units     
    • Good understanding of shared services and service management processes (performance management, service level management, customer surveys, continuous improvement, etc.)
    • Excellent communication and interpersonal relationship skills

    Closing Date: 15th, April 2022

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    Vendor Recons Administrator

    Job Description:
    You will ensure effective service delivery to the Business Units against pre-defined criteria generally referred to as Key Performance Indicators as defined in Service Level Agreements with various Business Units.

    Your key responsibilities will include:

    • Daily managing of the Suppliers Statements mailbox
    • Obtain supplier statements and reconcile to the ledger
    • Preparation and submission of vendor reconciliation
    • Regularly communicate the outcome of the reconciling items with the stakeholders
    • Completion of monthly balance sheet reconciliation
    • Follow up on queries sent by stakeholders
    • Perform debtor’s confirmation required auditors
    • Daily updating of the vendor recons register checklist
    • Accurate and timeous reconciling / analysing of all AP main ledger to sub-leger (vendor ageing list)
    • Following up on any reconciling items

    This role is at a Band 8 level reporting to the Vendor Recons Supervisor

    Qualifications:

    • Grade 12 with Accounting
    • 5 + years relevant BEST SAP Reconciliation Experience a must.
    • A relevant 3-year tertiary qualification – with specialisation in Financial Accounting

    Experience: 

    • SAP Finance
    • BEST (Vendor Reconciliation Tool)
    • Reconciliation
    • Microsoft Office
    • Intermediate Excel
    • Fluent Business English
    • Strong work ethic and ability to work effectively in a fast-paced environment with good interpersonal skills
    • Excellent communication, analytical and problem-solving abilities with a focus on detail

    Closing Date: 15th, April 2022

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    Transfer Pricing Specialist (South Africa)

    Job Description:
    Purpose

    We are looking for a motivated and proactive Transfer Pricing Specialist to support the identification and management of transfer pricing risks, issues and opportunities arising across the group and to design and implement an appropriate strategy with associated governance in line with the changing regulatory environment for transfer pricing.

    Key Responsibilities include:

    • Support and manage the identification of transfer pricing risks and opportunities arising across the group and assist in the development of solutions and actions as required to manage to deliver/ protect value for the Group in line with the group’s Tax Operating Model.
    • Support, develop/ maintain the group’s transfer pricing strategy & associated governance capable of application to cross border transactions across the group
    • Working with the Group Tax Policy team, to develop appropriate group approaches and response to evolving tax environment for transfer pricing, including those initiatives being developed by the OECD in respect of evolving business models, digitisation of the economy etc, and analysing the impact of change for Anglo American operations, businesses and activities.
    • Identify the need for, create and share best practice technical standards, positions and documentation requirements to support the advice being provided by Group Tax teams.
    • To support transfer pricing compliance activity globally, setting standards and requirements to relevant process owners, compliance practitioners, technology leads and/ or co-source providers as necessary. Undertaking audit/ assurance programmes over said processes and compliance deliverables as required/ appropriate.
    • Design, develop and deploy appropriate tools, processes and governance to support the management of transfer pricing risk, including through the group’s Tax Control Framework.
    • Design, develop and deploy global training in respect of transfer pricing matters.
    • To support management and/ or resolution of transfer pricing disputes within the group, engaging with Operational Excellence, Business Partnering and Business Unit colleagues as appropriate.
    • To provide technical and/ or other support as required to support the resolution of less material/ jurisdiction specific transfer pricing disputes or audits.

    Qualifications:

    • A Bachelor’s Degree in Business/Finance/ Accounting/Economics or equivalent is a minimum requirement
    • CA, CPA, ACA, ACMA, CFA, MBA, CTA or equivalent finance/business qualification would be desirable

    Role Specific Knowledge and Skills

    • Good working knowledge of international tax principles and transfer pricing, including understanding of the impact of the changing transfer pricing and tax landscape globally
    • An ability to demonstrate a level of transfer pricing technical background in respect of issues arising in specialist areas such as financing IP and M&A
    • Use MS Excel, Powerpoint proficiently for financial modelling, analysis and presentations to stakeholders
    • Experience of working in-house, and mining industry is desirable
    • Ability to work independently and lead own projects, with a commercial orientation and mindset
    • Demonstrate well-developed analytical, planning, and problem-solving skills
    • Able to manage workload to tight deadlines and prioritise multiple tasks and workstreams
    • Ability to effectively communicate and articulate complex tax analysis to the Business and to present viable solutions to issues and risk

    Closing Date: 16th, April 2022

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    Metallurgy Analyst

    Job Description:
    The purpose of the position is to support the Principals as well as the Metallurgists in achieving their objectives and to manage and oversee the implementation of defined projects against approved scopes of work.

    • Adherence to safety standards and procedures. Lead certain safety initiatives within the department. Take responsibility for developing and updating operating procedures for testwork and projects.
    • Develop a high-level functional understanding of the unit operations in the business units being supported by the Extractive Metallurgy Group. This entails if necessary being legislatively inducted allowing the incumbent to sample specific unit operations at the business unit. Independently interface and communicate with site metallurgists and/or production supervisors on the status of testwork and/or sampling campaigns. Conduct oneself on-site in such a manner as to uphold the reputation of Extractive Metallurgy in terms of safety and technical excellence.

    Laboratory management and testwork support:

    • Responsible for the running of the Extractive Metallurgy Testwork Facilities.
    • Sample preparation - manage crushing, screening and splitting of feed ores.
    • Set up laboratory equipment according to design specifications.
    • Monitoring and control of experiments and collection, collation and presentation of key data.
    • Wet chemistry support, leaching, precipitation, filtration, sampling, and analysis.
    • Manage and control the scheduling, handling, processing and reporting of samples and sample results through the Analytical Facility.
    • Responsible for the maintenance, functioning and servicing of the equipment in the Testwork Facilities.
    • Train staff members to use the equipment effectively and appropriately. Develop and update the SOP and conduct the PTO.

    Measurements:

    • Calibrate and operate instruments including troubleshooting
    • Analysis of results obtained to ensure required precision and accuracy was obtained
    • Be responsible for, managing and maintaining instruments in the Extractive Metallurgy department.

    Responsible for planning and conducting detailed technical investigations aligned to the strategic intent of the business unit operation, both at the site and in the laboratory. Includes:

    • Data retrieval (SCADA and QTS systems).
    • Compilation of testwork and monitoring spreadsheets. o Monitoring of testwork and collection of key data.
    • Collating data into electronic formats and preparing graphs that are usable by the metallurgists. o Interpreting data and trends and discussion with metallurgists.

    Pilot campaigns and process trials:

    • Participate and contribute during pilot plant trials. Part of the shift work team at Extractive Metallurgy, analytical and/or processor.
    • Participate and contribute during site surveys or process trials at the operations.

    General laboratory support:

    • Responsible for planning the resources such as chemicals and equipment required to conduct a specified laboratory or plant sampling campaign.

    Qualifications:
    Essential

    • A minimum of BTech degree in chemistry, metallurgy or chemical engineering

    Experience

    General laboratory experience, An understanding and competency of the main routine laboratory procedures used in the extractive metallurgy group:

    • Running and maintaining and trouble-shooting ICP-OES
    • Acid/Base titrations for novel process samples – including method development and verification

    Role-Specific Knowledge

    • Experience/exposure to metallurgical operations through project work, research and development, or operational exposure, over a period exceeding 3 years, would be considered essential.
    • Prior knowledge of hydrometallurgical processes such as atmospheric leaching, pressure leaching, precipitation tests, electrowinning and solvent extraction would also be considered advantageous.

    Safety Knowledge:

    • Provides a consistent outstanding role model in relation to safety practices with a deep understanding of the importance of safety.

    Any other requirements to perform the work effectively:

    • Will need to work with a number of team members across different regions in South Africa.
    • Will need to have a valid driver’s license.

    Closing Date: 17th, April 2022

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    Principal - Water Program Manager

    Job Description:
    Key Responsibilities:

    • Develop a program portfolio of all water impactful projects.
    • Develop an understanding of the site water context.
    • Identify, scope, specific roles and responsibilities, budgets and timelines of each water component and associated enabling water infrastructure projects.
    • Provide robust project timelines that include all aspects of the project development.
    • Establishes project specific metrics.
    • Act as primary conduit between Project Managers and other stakeholders to constantly revise and communicate the context of projects to be delivered.
    • Facilitate the integration of water infrastructure program design and execution partners (multinational companies) and blend into strong partnerships.
    • Analyse project delivery trends and implementing actions to ensure optimal process and performance standards and effectively apply knowledge management with regards to previous lessons learned.
    • Actively apply expert knowledge and thought leadership to challenge paradigms and lead individual water project teams.
    • Lead the analysis and identification of opportunities to enable step changes in value realisation.
    • Contribute to and lead aspects of the analysis and assessment of EPCMs, suppliers and intermediaries.

    Qualifications:
    About you:

    • Relevant Engineering (Bachelor in Civil Engineering) and Professional Registration (Pr. Eng.) or ability to become registered in the near term.
    • Minimum of 10 years’ experience in the mining industry (multi commodity and geographic exposure an advantage)
    • Advanced technical knowledge in Enabling Infrastructure within the mining industry and Government – specifically legislation, policy and procedure
    • Advanced knowledge of how projects are delivered from study to steady state operations (green and brown fields)
    • Practical experience with the full range of mine water management disciplines
    • Understanding of water management infrastructure civil engineering and design, implementation aspects.
    • Understanding of GoldSim or equivalent operational water balance tools
    • Demonstrated track record in working with operational mining, project and supply chain teams.
    • Understanding of Government structure and workings on a National, Provincial and Local level specifically relating to Enabling Infrastructure
    • Project management of multiple projects concurrently
    • Proven ability to justify, budget, execute and manage large programs

    Closing Date: 17th, April 2022

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    Project Accountant (FTC ENDS SEPTEMBER 2023)

    Job Description:
    The Project Accountant will be responsible for providing accurate project cost and financial information to various stakeholders to enable effective decision making.

    Key Responsibilities include:

    Management, Project Cost Reporting and Controls

    • Advise and make recommendations to senior management, inter-group and project team stakeholders on project, capital spend and cost accounting matters in line with IFRS, company accounting policies, robust controls, good governance and detailed financial analysis.
    • Scrutinise costs recorded for accuracy and completeness and participate and cost saving initiatives as required.
    • Provide input and review of existence of adequate controls that will allow for the preparation of a valid and complete annual budget. Plan, co-ordinate, upload and present forecasting and business planning outcomes.
    • Analyse and provide commentary on variances between current forecast, actuals and budget and make recommendations to Management where necessary.
    • Assists in the management and control of budgets, commitments, expenditure, forecasts vs. authorised budget and the production of project financial reports.
    • Co-operate with the external and internal auditors as required regarding project cost matters.

    Month End & Capital Reporting

    • Perform month end procedures on SAP including project and order settlements, accrual and reallocation journal postings and preparation of relevant financial month end reconciliations.
    • Preparation of Capital Project Revenue billing and related detailed schedules due to inter-group stakeholders.
    • Preparation of month end Capital Project, DBM Capital, Assets Under Construction and Working Cost reports, presentations to Senior Management, related Group reporting deliverables and performance commentary due to various group stakeholders.
    • Preparation and maintenance of the DBM Capital Book inputs and deliverables due to DBM Board, Group Reporting, Senior Management and other stakeholders.

    Financial Modelling

    • Initiate and develop flexible company financial scenarios to aid management in making quality decisions.
    • Provides input and review of the validity of the project related financial assumptions and methods used in the financial business case.
    • Run financial models in HSF and/or OneStream systems.

    Business Improvement: Systems and Processes

    • Continuously examine the appropriateness of existing systems and processes against the possibility of improved efficiency and implementing changes as required.
    • Actively participate in DBM OneStream Project Build and SAP system improvement initiatives.

    Qualifications:

    • Cost Accounting / Management Accounting / Financial Accounting degree as a minimum.
    • CIMA qualification is essential.
    • CA (SA) would be an advantage.
    • Project Management qualification or equivalent would be an advantage.       

    Knowledge and experience required: 

    • Appropriate experience in Financial and Management accounting.
    • Financial analysis aptitude and ability to provide quality recommendations and solutions.
    • Financial modelling experience is essential.
    • OneStream and Oracle Hyperion Strategic Finance (HSF) experience is essential.
    • Systems knowledge – Excel Advanced Project Cost Management Systems and SAP system experience required.
    • Advanced MS Excel and PowerPoint skills essential.
    • Advanced Project Cost Management Systems such as Prism would be an advantage.

    Core Competencies:

    • Good communication skills with the ability to clearly convey information and innovative ideas.
    • Ability to work in a team and contribute to team success by actively participating as a member of the Finance team to achieve team goals.
    • Customer focus, ensuring that the customer’s needs are a primary focus of your actions and developing sustainable customer relationships.
    • Analysis and logic, systematic and orderly planning, attention to detail.
    • Ability to think creatively and take an innovative and flexible approach to problem solving in a fast changing innovative driven company.
    • Self-starter who can work with minimum supervision and the ability to work independently.

    Closing Date: 17th, April 2022

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    Specialist - Operational Readiness & Transition

    Job Description:

    • The Specialist Operational Readiness & Transition is required to support the OR&T Manager to implement the strategies and plans for quality management, technical services, mine design and production planning, and set up the required interfaces to achieve the business case.
    • Pursue and drive a culture of zero harm and ensure all aspects of the work are completed in adherence to the De Beers’ Safety, Health, Security and Environmental standards and systems.
    • Ensures compliance with all legal, environmental, occupational health and safety and risk management standards and best practices.
    • Support the OR&T Manager to develop and coordinate the implementation of an integrated, cross-functional Operational Readiness & Transition Plan, including:
    • Analysis and definition of the scope of quality management, technical services, mine design and production planning.
    • Coordination of business processes, people / skills requirements and technologies to support the transition process (including governance, permits, legislation related to all of these).
    • Integration / alignment with relevant stakeholders to ensure seamless execution of change management processes, and records, data and document hand-over
    • Ensure the standards are met for technical quality, safety, integrity and adequacy of mining development too reduce operational risks.
    • Assist in the development and set-up of relevant operational requirements, systems and technical documentation.
    • Provide inputs for the development of relevant policies, procedures, standards and training strategy in accordance with legislative, mining, organisational and quality requirements to ensure mining operational readiness.
    • Provides inputs to facilitate alignment of OR&T plan with OPEX.
    • Provide an interface with all VOP departments that remain stable in OR&T such as OP and BI.

    Qualifications:
    Formal qualifications:

    • Degree or B Tech in Engineering.
    • Relevant Project Management experience
    • Contractor Management experience
    • Professional registration with the Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) (advantageous)
    • Valid EB/Code 08 Drivers License

    Role-specific knowledge:

    • Minimum 5 years years solid knowledge and experience in the following areas:
    • Operating Underground Mines
    • Project management skills from conceptual to construction / commissioning phase
    • Operational readiness and transition skills
    • Contractor management
    • Computer Literacy and proficiency in relevant software packages

    Safety:

    • Knowledge of safety policies and procedures.
    • Provide a role model in safety by consistently demonstrating required behaviours and championing safety values.

    Closing Date: 17th, April 2022

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    Impact Investment Specialist Latam (Fixed Term Contract)

    Job Description:
    Key responsibilities:

    Chile pilot design and implementation

    • Identifying and developing thinking around opportunities for Anglo American to support the impact investment ecosystem in Chile.
    • Working with existing partners on pilot design and management in LATAM.
    • Identifying and developing new relationships with appropriate partners including Impact Investment Funds, corporates, and other institutions.
    • Overseeing the quality of pilot and impact deliverables including setting impact goals, select metrics and targets, and manage performance reporting.
    • Project managing and supporting work related to our Sustainable Investment Initiative in LATAM.

    SII programme support

    • Establishing and refining current processes and systems to allow for scale of the Sustainable Investment Initiative and embed research, impact and ethics throughout our project lifecycles.
    • Coordinating with other project and functions across the business to manage interdependencies, identify synergistic opportunities, accelerate development and mitigate risks.
    • Providing content, information and data relating to the initiative and its impact to relevant internal teams.

    Qualifications:
    Knowledge of:

    • Impact investment and Sustainable Finance tools / instruments.
    • Impact investment landscape in Latam, specifically Chile.
    • SME Business planning, scaling and fund raising.
    • Business development.
    • Working in partnerships with governments, academia or civil society organisations at a national or local level.
    • Technical Skills

    Ability to:

    • Commercial and financial acumen.
    • Project management.
    • Shape relationships with internal stakeholders, governments, customers and society in cohesive manner.
    • Help with company being perceived as engaged, responsive and constructive in addressing sustainability issues at a global and local level.
    • Social Process Skills

    Ability to:

    • Build long-term, deep and strong relationships at the highest levels with stakeholders, internally and externally.
    • Lead collaboration across multiple professional functions and business units.
    • Articulate and deliver business value from sustainability practices.
    • Influence senior business leaders to become focused on stakeholder engagement and reputation.

    Other requirements

    • Occasional travel is needed.
    • Knowledge of the mining or extractives sector is desired by not essential.
    • Fluency in Spanish and English, both written and verbal, is essential.
    • Graduate in a relevant discipline.
    • Highly skilled in creation of briefing materials, report writing and preparation of presentations.

    Closing Date: 18th, April 2022

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    Specialist- Compliance

    Job Description:
    The Marketing Compliance Specialist is responsible for ensuring the Marketing teams strictly adhere to and comply with Internal Group policies and procedures and externally driven regulations, resulting in a well-controlled Marketing organisation, where losses due to governance failure or non-compliance with regulations are avoided. This role will play a crucial role in being the lead point of contact for all Compliance activities.

    Key Tasks:

    • Implement Anglo American’s Marketing compliance programme, including policy drafting, KRI definition, training for all commercial staff etc.
    • Provide compliance advisory service to the Marketing BU Front, Middle and Back Office teams to advise on Marketing and Trading activities and how impacted by relevant external regulation, including:

    MiFID II, Anti-bribery & Corruption compliance

    • Competition Law and Market Abuse (MAR/ MAD) compliance, and other social, ethical, and environmental regulations
    • Implement monitoring and reporting processes using trader surveillance tools, to enable:
    • The prevention and detection of Market abuse
    • The detection and reporting of “suspicious” orders or transactions
    •  Monitor the external regulatory environment for changes that impact the Marketing BU, and update compliance Framework and materials accordingly.
    • Work with Group Legal to understand the implications of the upcoming regulation and devise implementation plan for Marketing/ Anglo American.
    • Ensure all Marketing Executives and employees are fully aware of their compliance responsibilities and duties through the provision of an annual training plan (online and face to face), regular written and face to face communications and the provision of Marketing specific guidance documents.
    • Maintain the ‘relevant employee’ model for Marketing BU where employees are assigned a compliance profile in accordance with the compliance risks faced by their role, and maintain training plan accordingly
    • Assist Group Policy Owners to tailor training materials for Marketing BU focus (includes Anti-Trust with Group Legal, and Business Integrity with Group EBCT). Assist in the provision of training to Marketing employees. Ensure training provided to all relevant Marketing Employees in accordance with their risk profile.

    Qualifications:

    • University degree in relevant field, such as Law, Accounting or Economics

    Specific Knowledge requirements:

    • 5 years min experience in compliance with focus on commodities
    • Ideally experience of compliance/ risk management in a trading environment
    • Commercial or investment banking background considered
    • Experience of working with detailed legal/ policy documentation regarding South African  Regulations
    • Experience within a complex organisation across different countries and jurisdictions, cultures, interfacing with internal and external stakeholders.
    • Experience of working in a regulated industry.
    • Experience in Trade Surveillance (Market Abuse)
    • In depth knowledge of Anti Bribery & Corruption and Competition Laws
    • Fluent written and spoken English is a pre-requisite.
    • Excellent governance skills
    • Strong quantitative and analytical skills
    • Strong interpersonal and communication skills
    • Strong ability to prioritise and work effectively to meet deadlines, strong project management skills
    • Self-starter and highly professional

    Closing Date: 18th, April 2022

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    Supervisor Load & Haul -Postmasburg

    Job Description:
    As a Supervisor Load and Haul, you will provide services as required and your responsibilities will include: 

    • Coordinating and seeking to optimise and improve team activities to deliver shift/period targets and KPIs 
    • Delivering the shift plan within the context of the weekly plan, always considering what is needed to set up oncoming shifts for success  
    • Prioritizing tasks, assign team members, equipment and resources 
    • Providing work approval on Work Execution Documents 
    • Signing off work for and after execution 
    • Delivering on the weekly and monthly plans to achieve quality requirements, volume requirements, resource utilisation, and equipment utilisation 
    • Loading of both ore and waste blocks are done according to the week plan to ensure correct quality, volume and strip ratio 
    • Ensuring safe, efficient and proper use of all machinery, equipment and infrastructure to ensure health and safety requirements are met
    • Monitoring and coordinating equipment utilisation and conduct inspections to ensure equipment and / or machinery are always optimally used 
    • Ensuring that Trucks are loaded to full capacity and make sure that the supervisors are informed when not achieved

    This role is in the Mining department at a Band 7 level reporting to the Section Manager Load and Haul. 

    Qualifications:

    • Grade 12/N3 certificate 
    • Diploma or equivalent qualification in Mining (Advantage) 
    • Opencast Blasting Certificate/Rock breaking Certificate 
    • Anglo American Operating Model Programme (Advantage) 
    • A2 Safety Training and Legal Liability (Advantage) 
    • Drivers Licence 

    Experience: 

    • 3 - 5 years Mining production experience in Loading and Hauling  

    Closing Date: 18th, April 2022

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