Day Crew Operator- Pinkenba | Australia
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Sibelco Australia mines and manufactures a wide range of mineral products for local and international markets. Founded in 1872, Sibelco began in Europe and has grown into one of the largest industrial minerals companies in the world - privately owned, multinational, with enviable long-term growth, performance and a great organisational culture.
We are currently recruiting for 2 Casual Day Crew Operators to join our team based at our Pinkenba heavy mineral processing plant in Pinkenba, Queensland for up to 6 month engagements. The position currently works a Monday- Friday roster from 6am–2.30pm.
Reporting to the Day Crew Supervisor, the primary objective of this position is to maintain and operate the Wet, Rutile, Zircon and Ilmenite processing plants as well as packaging in accordance with company safety, quality, and environmental systems and procedures. The position performs as part of a team which undertakes routine tasks and may involve working beyond normal hours to meet the needs of the business. The successful candidate will have a positive attitude towards safety with an ability to demonstrate leadership in this area.
The successful candidate should ideally have;
- Experience in a dry processing, separation, or manufacturing environment
- Competency in mobile equipment operation with relevant machinery tickets including forklift, front end loader
- A current manual driver's licence and First Aid qualification
Sibelco's culture is built on the core behaviours of building positive relationships, explore possibilities, speak up and deliver on promise. The successful candidate will model and foster this great culture and in return will be rewarded with a competitive remuneration package and the exciting opportunity to help shape this agile and growing business.
Applications (cover letter & CV) can be sent via the careers page on our web site at www.sibelco.com/careers before Wednesday the 19th June 2019.