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  • Posted: Sep 9, 2021
    Deadline: Not specified
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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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    Investigation Specialist

    Job Description:

    The purpose of the Investigation Specialist role is to conduct investigations into allegations of breaches of business principles as agreed with management, making recommendations as an outcome of the investigation about specific systemic issues that need to be addressed across the BU or Group and ensure procedures are consistently adopted across the Business Units.

    The role involves an integration of accounting, auditing and investigative skills, where procedures would be performed to investigate potential irregularities in financial and operation documents, reports, amongst others sources. 
    It also involves getting appraised of all investigations in AA ensuring the investigation framework is applied to the work being performed and all key stakeholders are kept up to date with investigations backlog, critical and sensitive matters and results of work performed.

    Key responsibilities include: 

    • Perform an integration of accounting, auditing and investigative skills, where procedures are set to investigate potential irregularities in financial, operation and code of conduct related aspects.

    • Ensure all investigations are properly documented and reported and management actions are properly followed up both in terms of mitigation actions and disciplinary procedures if applicable.

    • Extracting data from financial records and preparing investigation reports from the findings.

    • Preparing analytical data in preparing for investigations .

    • Understanding the wider economic and legal implications of a case.

    • Prepare reports of procedures undertaken and findings.

    • Assist the fraud risk assessment in Business Units and Corporate environment.

    • Help developing and implementing the Investigation framework.

    • Ensure results of investigations are reported where control environment improvements or disciplinary actions are needed.

    Qualifications:

    • Relevant Accounting/Audit degree or equivalent

    • Professional qualification e.g. Certified Internal Auditor and Certified Fraud Examiner

    Role-Specific Knowledge and Experience:

    • Good understanding of corporate governance requirements in relation to risk management and internal audit.

    • Ability to apply a broad range of data analytical techniques to draw conclusions and optimise financial performance.

    • Ability to set organisational standards and processes around governance and compliance.

    • Understand impact of potential changes in policies, competition, technology.

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    Section Engineer Production

    Job Description:

    As a 2.13.3.1 legal appointment in terms of the Mine Health and Safety Act, the Section Engineer Production will be responsible for maintenance management aligned to Anglo American’s Asset Strategy & Reliability framework of the Concentrator section.  

    • Ensure effective asset availability and reliability of the section.  

    • Liaise with your production teams and account for the performance of the section under responsibility. 

    • Consistently apply the Anglo Way principles in all team interactions and take personal responsibility for safety of self and others to ensure zero harm and elimination of fatalities and Loss Time Injuries in accordance with the Anglo American Standards, and Mine Health and Safety Act, the Anglo Safety Way and other applicable legislation.  

    • Demonstrate effective financial control, budgeting and forecasting over the section. 

    • Responsibility for effective execution of Stay in Business (SIB) projects of the section. 

    • Contractor management. 

    • Continuous improvement of the section in terms of maintenance.  

    • Responsible for Maintenance and Repair Contracts where applicable. 

    • Ensuring adherence to site-specific and Anglo American standards. 

    This role is in the Engineering Department and is at a Band 6 level reporting to the Section Engineering Manager. 

    Qualifications:

    Required Qualifications:

    • National Diploma/Degree in Electrical, Mechanical, or Power Engineering

    • Government Certificate of Competency (Mines and Works)

    Required Experience:

    • A minimum of 3 years post GCCengineering experience in an operational mining concentrator environment. 

    • Demonstrated experience in maintenance management in a concentrator environment (Milling, Floatation, Thickening, Filtration and Tailings), will be advantageous

    Other Requirements:

    • Advanced Computer Literacy.

    • Valid South African Driving License.

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    Global Process Owner

    Job Description:

    The Global Process Owner will drive the overall strategy, design, policies, transformation, and standardization of the process area, and determine how to fulfill customer requirements, and ensure that the end-to-end process delivers on its goals of transformation and finance business process optimization. The global process owner will act as the owner for the … process, designing and owning the end-to-end process across functional, geographic and business unit boundaries, ensuring standardisation and efficiency, and implementing policies, effective controls and KPIs

    • GPO will be responsible for measuring and analysing the performance of the end-to-end process to identify opportunities for improvement

    • GPO will be responsible for architecting improvement initiatives including scanning the market for appropriate solutions (tech, SAAS solutions etc)

    • GPO will need to work with the in-progress finance transformation programme to advise on the solution deployment and create a roadmap for onward improvement

    • Creates, owns and maintains the ITP Global Process enterprise wide vision that is fit for purpose and that is delivering production and management efficiencies leading to high performance.

    • Accountable for the successful design, implementation and continuous improvement of “best in class” standard Global ITP processes that comply to regulatory and statutory requirements in all relevant jurisdictions, and ensures the integrity of financial data.

    • The GPO is responsible for creating smoothly functioning global processes, using analytics providing solid trend data that clearly points up weaknesses and strengths

    • Whilst focused on the ITP Finance process scope, the GPO must have a strong understanding of the end-to-end Source to Pay process, the interdependencies with other process areas (e.g. supply chain) and be able manage stakeholders across functional boundaries to architect and optimize an end-to-end solution.

    • The GPO works “hand in hand” with the Process Delivery Lead in the shared service centre (GSS). Constant, reliable measurement of the proper metrics and KPIs is needed to benchmark and optimize performance on an ongoing basis

    • Drive the implementation of process changes that the use of automation and system capability

    • Assumes responsibility for the design and implementation of appropriate process performance metrics to ensure optimal service delivery

    Qualifications:

    • Qualified Accountant (ACA or equivalent)

    • Source to Pay knowledge who can focus on the Finance accountability of Invoice to Pay but work closer with AA Supply Chain to build an end to end solution

    • In depth knowledge and understanding of the mechanics in the ITP process stream and how these fit into the end-to-end financial process environment.

    • Experience of working within SOX or similar regulatory environment

    • Knowledge of the mining/extractive sector

    • Working knowledge of financial systems (SAP, HFM-Hyperion) and ITP specific tools (e.g. OCR, Supplier Portals)

    • Experienced in driving transformation projects or change initiates

    • Experienced in a Global Business Services/Shared Services environment would be beneficial

    • Manages large and complex projects and ensures changes are embedded into business as usual process

    • Coaches and manages people

    • Delegates effectively and utilise efficient work practices to ensure work is performed at the appropriate level

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    Global Process Owner - R2R

    Job Description:

    The Global Process Owner will drive the overall strategy, design, policies, transformation, and standardization of the process area, and determine how to fulfill customer requirements, and ensure that the end-to-end process delivers on its goals of transformation and finance business process optimization. The global process owner will act as the owner for the … process, designing and owning the end-to-end process across functional, geographic and business unit boundaries, ensuring standardisation and efficiency, and implementing policies, effective controls and KPIs

    • GPO will be responsible for measuring and analysing the performance of the end-to-end process to identify opportunities for improvement

    • GPO will be responsible for architecting improvement initiatives including scanning the market for appropriate solutions (tech, SAAS solutions etc)

    • GPO will need to work with the in-progress finance transformation programme to advise on the solution deployment, including Blackline, and create a roadmap for onward improvement

    • Creates, owns and maintains the R2R Global Process enterprise wide vision that is fit for purpose and that is delivering production and management efficiencies leading to high performance.

    • Accountable for the successful design, implementation and continuous improvement of “best in class” standard Global R2R processes that comply to regulatory and statutory requirements in all relevant jurisdictions, and ensures the integrity of financial data.

    • The GPO is responsible for creating smoothly functioning global processes, using analytics providing solid trend data that clearly points up weaknesses and strengths

    • The GPO works “hand in hand” with the Process Delivery Lead in the shared service centre (GSS). Constant, reliable measurement of the proper metrics and KPIs is needed to benchmark and optimize performance on an ongoing basis

    • Drive the implementation of process changes that the use of automation and system capability

    • Assumes responsibility for the design and implementation of appropriate process performance metrics to ensure optimal service delivery

    Qualifications:

    • Qualified Accountant (ACA or equivalent)

    • Working knowledge of Blackline is essential

    • In depth knowledge and understanding of the mechanics in the R2R process stream and how these fit into the end-to-end financial process environment.

    • Experience of working within SOX or similar regulatory environment

    • Knowledge of the mining/extractive sector

    • Operational experience of SAP (S4 HANA preferred) and working knowledge of broader Finance toolset including HFM Experienced in driving transformation projects or change initiates

    • Experienced in a Global Business Services environment would be beneficial

    • Manages large and complex projects and ensures changes are embedded into business as usual process

    • Coaches and manages people

    • Delegates effectively and utilise efficient work practices to ensure work is performed at the appropriate level

    Additional information:

    What we offer

    When you join Anglo American, you can expect to enjoy a competitive salary and benefits package. But more than this, you’ll find yourself in an environment where the opportunities for learning and growth are second to none. From technical training to leadership programmes, we bring out the best in our people. There are plenty of opportunities to move onwards and upwards too. We’re a large, successful multinational company – and we’re still growing all the time.

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    Manager Mining

    Job Description:

    As a mining manager, you will oversee and provide leadership to day to day management of the open pit mining operation, AS&R, the contractors. Will ensure delivery of required tonnage, volume, grade targets, projects from inception to end

    You will also lead development and ongoing management of the mining annual plan and budget.

    Part of your responsibilities will include monitoring performance against plan, lead opportunity/risk identification and mitigation, and ensure action is taken to manage deviation from plan.

    You will be accountable for creating and maintaining an effective mining function on-site so that the team achieves the plan and targets and continues to improve performance over time.

    This role is in Mining Department and is at a Band 5 level reporting to General Manager.

    Qualifications:

    • Relevant tertiary qualification with a Degree in Mining Engineering.

    • Mine Manager Certificate of Competency Ticket.

    Experienced Required

    • At least 7 -10 years mining experience of which 3yrs in a Management role

     Technical Knowledge:

    • Extraction and drill & blast optimisation

    • Contamination management and grade control

    • Load & Haul optimisation

    • Mining industry value chain & Commercial /business drivers in the mining industry

    • Opportunity/ risk management techniques and critical controls

    • Safety, health, environment and relevant legislative requirements

    • AA Operating and organisational models advantageous 

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    Engineering Specialist Production

    Job Description:

    As an Engineering Specialist you will ensure that the plant and equipment is maintained effectively through the implementation of maintenance strategies and tactics for the management of assets and equipment whilst optimising the interface with other mine systems and functions.

    • Utilize a variety of tools, techniques, and procedures to resolve problems

    • Perform analysis of complex technical problems

    • Resolve and troubleshoot equipment and plant-related problems

    • Effective execution and monitoring of the plants planned maintenance program

    • Standard enforcements, quality assurance and site visits as well as conducting audits

    • Participation in Risk Management Programmes, analysis, and improvements

    • Planning and scheduling, which means facilitating maintenance strategies liasing with planners and monitoring compliance

    • Information and data management as well as early equipment management

    • Developing critical spare parts list through the RCM methodology

    • Designing and installing maintenance facilities while establishing tools required to perform identified maintenance tasks

    This role is in the Engineering Department at Band 6 and reports to the Section Engineer

    Qualifications:

    • Matric/ Equivalent

    • National Diploma in Electrical Engineering (Heavy Current)

    • Electrical Trade Test

    Additional information:

    • 5 Years’ experience in a plant/ smelter environment

    • Extensive experience in the maintenance of Electrical Distribution Equipment and Drive Systems, equipment related thereof namely Transformers, MV Switchgear and Protection Systems, LV Switchgear & MCCs, AC & DC Motors and Variable Speed Drives

    • Extensive knowledge and experience with MV Reticulation Networks

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    Metallurgical Technical Engineer

    Job Description:

    You will be responsible for ensuring that the plant process operates effectively and coordinate labour, equipment and services. This position has a legal accountability with a 2.6.1 appointment in terms of the MHSA.

    • Control the plant within the technical recipe and ensure technical audit of the plant is conducted to the required standards, provide technical support to production manager and ensure that recommendations to plant improvement are considered in the “recipe” review process.

    • Support the Plant Manager/Technical Manager to optimise and continually improve the Technical operation of a plant with a 1 – 2 year timeframe.

    • Audit compliance to “recipe” and liaise with plant personnel and provide/liaise with external resources to conduct agreed plant surveys/audit processes. 

    • Recommend technical corrective action to operation’s production and monitor all trends, interpret, and report plant key process parameters for discussion with central technical structure. 

    • Project execution of agreed audit work & plant surveys (plant diagnostics) and provide detailed analyses of process control/plant performance relationships. 

    • Process improvement initiatives and Plant optimization within recipe and identify ongoing capital requirements for plants and troubleshoot and resolve operation problems within plant operating “recipe”

    This role is in the Metallurgical Department on a Band 6 level and will report to Technical Manager.

    Qualifications:

    You must have: 

    • A Degree in Metallurgy, Chemical Engineering or Chemistry (NQF Level 8) is required.

    • Management Development Programme will be advantageous.

    • Valid driving license code B or EB is required in order to travel to the various sites. 

    Knowledge, Skills and Experience required: 

    • 5 years or more post qualification Plant experience in metallurgy development projects and line management within a mineral/hydro/phyro metallurgical operation or plant will be advantageous.

    • Sound technical ability, including a good technical understanding of process control systems. Technical reporting and presentation skills. 

    • Sound understanding of change management principles. 

    • Knowledge of the best utilization/business applications of management and plant processing.

    • Experience with people management and effective leadership and understanding change management principles.

    • Computer skills for role including Business systems e.g. SAP including SHE systems management.

    Additional information:

    You will be required to undergo a medical fitness examination (Certificate of Fitness ERT)

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    Operational Risk Practitioner

    Job Description:

    The operational risk management (ORM) business process is a key business process supporting the achievement of operational objectives at Anglo American Platinum (AAP) operations. The Operational Risk function with AAP supports the organisations capability to manage risk and exploit opportunities. To provide operational support in the implementation and execution of ORM at process operations. 

    You will be responsible for: 

    • Plan, implement and coordinate the implementation of ORM to all aspects of the operational risk profile.

    • Support and coordinate the application of the ORM four layers of risk management at the operation.

    • Implement and execute operationally against the integrated risk management framework operational risk management processes, systems, standards and procedures.

    • Plan and implement the Annual Operational Risk Programme and ensure support for managerial oversight of the delivery of operational risk targets and key results areas.

    • Advise the operation on required skills development to enhance the skills and competencies of employees and contractors to achieve excellence in operational risk management.

    • Implement and maintain the functioning of operational risk management IT Platform.

    • Report, monitor and track operational risk performance to risk management role holders and operational management and leader including the generation of amongst others regular site-specific Operational Risk reports and prepare managers / Risk Owners / Control Owners for Managerial routine engagements.

    • Provide risk based operational input to operation to ensure management of material risks, audit results and Learning from Incidents.

    • Routinely advise operational line role holders, managers and leaders operational risk performance and necessary actions.

    • Support required integration of operational risk management into leading operational practices and programs such as the Operating Model, incident investigation and assurance practices.

    You must have experience in: 

    • Detailed understanding of the Platinum value chain and operational trends and risks.

    • Minimum of 5 years relevant processing and engineering related experience

    • An understanding of the operational aspects associated with mining operations

    • Demonstrated understanding of risk management within a technical environment

    • Knowledge and experience with risk assessment techniques such as WRAC, Bow-tie Analysis, HAZOP/HAZAN and other industry recognised techniques and tools.

    • Track record of interfacing with and influencing colleagues and coordinating disciplines relevant to risk management.

    • Experience in process safety management is an advantage. 

    Qualifications:

    You will need the following: 

    • Essential requirement: Educated to a minimum of a Bachelors Degree level in a relevant discipline or equivalent (such as sciences, engineering or metallurgy)

    • Preferable requirement: Courses in management systems (9001, 14001, 18001), risk qualification, audit qualification.

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    Manager Geology

    Job Description:

    To fulfil the role of the Manager Geology, you will play a key role responsible for: 

    • Oversee consistent application of Safety & Health principles in all discipline interactions and take personal responsibility for safety of self and others to ensure zero harm and elimination of fatalities.

    • Coordinate geological inputs to the BU strategy; and ultimately implement BU strategy within discipline.

    • Coordinate Resource definition activities including drilling, modelling, classification and reporting in conjunction with T&S MinRes team.

    • Coordinate geological inputs to the development of the Asset Management Plan, the 5 year plan and the annual asset management plan.

    • Rock Characterisation.

    • Geological Interpretation and Modelling.

    • Material Definition.

    • Planning and Design.

    • Manage all Hydrogeological, geo-metallurgical and Resource Geology activities for the mine.

    • Manage the monitoring of the spatial and temporal compliance of mining excavations to the mine plan.

    • Overall contractor management.

    • Ensure optimal plant feed utilising geomet data and Value Based Ore Control (VBOC) principals whilst ensuring plant feed operational needs are met.

    • Active participation in the operation’s constant endeavours of Sustainable and Responsible Mining.

    • Mineral Value Chain Reconciliation (MCVR).

    • Manage delivery of the sustainability activities as relevant to the discipline and set out in the Life of Asset Plan to improve sustainability performance over time.

    • Create a purpose-led, high-performing culture within the discipline that is aligned with the company values, is inclusive and promotes diversity.

    • Lead compliance of the discipline with external (legislative, regulatory, permitting) local requirements and Anglo American site-specific requirements as a minimum level of site performance.

    This role forms part of the Geology function of Mogalakwena Mine at a Band 5 level reporting to the General Manager with multiple direct reports

    Qualifications:

    Required Qualifications:

    • Completed Bachelor’s Degree (NQF7), preferably with Honours, in a relevant sciences discipline.

    • Completed or in the process of completing postgraduate studies in Mining Geosciences or related discipline would be desirable.

    • Postgraduate studies in a Business and/or Commercial discipline would be advantageous.

    Required Experience:

    • A minimum of 5 years demonstrated post-qualification experience within an operational hard rock mining operation/s with at least 3 years in a management role.

    • Proven track record in a leadership role.

    • Strong leader and relationship builder with experience in leading diverse work teams and coaching senior managers.

    • Good interpersonal, communications, public speaking, and presentation skills.

    Other Requirements:

    • Valid certificate of Fitness.

    • Advanced computer literacy.

    • Valid South African Drivers License.

    Key Competencies:

    • Solid knowledge of geosciences principles

    • Data Analysis and Interpretation

    • Agile

    • Resilience

    • Independent

    • Advanced Stakeholder Engagement/Management

    • Business Writing and Presentation skills

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    Shaft Planner D1

    Job Description:

    You will be responsible for integrating appropriate information from all relevant mining disciplines in order to design appropriately feasible mine plans including monthly, annually and 5 years (Geology, Survey and Rock Engineering).

    Your additional responsibilities will include: 

    • Make the necessary recommendations regarding the Monthly-, Annual- and 5 year plans and compare actuals with plans, re-plans and recommends shaft remedial actions including consolidation of monthly planning and optimum Mining layouts. 

    • Deliver input into new mine technical systems design / layouts / structures including capital and ad hoc projects. 

    • Take ownership using the Cads mine scheduling software on the shaft.

    • Compile short-term plan in accordance with LoL (obtained from the Chief Mine Planner in conjunction with medium term planner) and 5-year plans in conjunction with line management. 

    • Schedule the 1-year and monthly plans with input from line management including new layouts and design for project type work (extensions, new block, new ideas) on Cads mine / Mine 2-4 D. 

    • Analyse KPI’s and highlight potential high risk areas in terms of the development / stoping replacement ratios and Ore reserve availability. 

    • Put controls in place to ensure Production plans are adhered to. 

    This role is in the MRM Department at a Band 6 level reporting to the Mine Planner. 

    Qualifications:

    You must have: 

    • Grade 12 + two years study for non-degree purposes. 

    • Mining qualifications that support the preparation of mine plans such as survey mining or geology.

    • Mine overseer certificates/Survey qualification would be advantageous. 

    • Advance Computer skills in terms of MS Office (PowerPoint and Excell) 

    Knowledge, Skills and Experience required: 

    • Mine design and schedule experience with CADSmine, Microstation or Deswik, Studio 5, Mine 2-4D and Mine RP Planner experience would be advantages. 

    • Mining industry background with at least 6 years’ experience in a similar environment. 

    • Sufficient knowledge regarding Ore Reserves and Ore Reserve classifications. 

    • Suitable legal knowledge for Draughting, Mine Design and Schedule work (DME, Survey, Production and DME plan specifications).

    • Narrow Tabular Reef design and scheduling of UG ore bodies would be advantageous (Services or Production).

    • Understanding mine planning procedures refereeing to Sequences, Consequential activities and Mining and logistics interdependencies. 

    • Understanding the following disciplines: Geology, Survey, Rock Engineering, Ventilation/Evaluation

    Method of Application

    Note: Never pay for any training, certificate, assessment, or testing to the recruiter.

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