Manager, Crusher

Mary River Nunavut
Jun 17, 2020
Jul 14, 2020
Work Term
Work Load
Full Time
Mission for this Position

Reports to the General Manager and works closely with Mobile Maintenance, Mine Operations, Site Services, and CI & Reliability groups. Responsible for developing and implementing strategies and operating plans with most efficient processes which will produce high quality products at low cost by taking into account targets and actions for accident prevention.

Main Accountabilities

  • Provide technical/operational input into the crushing plans to ensure that the operational scope is met.
  • Develop and implement the strategies and operating plans for the crushing group, that take into account targets and related actions for improvement in accident prevention, environmental performance, production, output quality, production costs, and capital expenditures.
  • Work collaboratively with internal stakeholders including the Purchasing, Human Resources, and Financial groups to ensure that the business plan is profitable and deliverable
  • Manage a mix of processes, technology, funds, and people to balance 1-year result requirements with 1 to 5-year improvement milestones.
  • Analyse trends in safety, environment, maintenance and quality performance, as well as the consumption of resources, and implement actions to address negative variances, or to take advantage of opportunities as they arise.
  • Monitor the performance of those doing the work, and take action to improve the capability of the team to meet future needs through the development or selection of personnel.
  • Monitor production performance to ensure that processes are in place both to maintain department and equipment to sustain/build productive capability, and to meet the targets outlined in the Business Plan.
  • Work with the continuous improvement & reliability group for process improvement and the capability for continuous improvement while balancing the allocation of resources to optimize the treatment of all inputs from the 'supplier' and meet quantity and quality output requirements for the internal and/or external 'customer'.
  • Contribute to the long term plans by contributing to the 5-year plan as it relates to cost reduction and sustaining capital requirements.
  • Interface with key individuals internal and external to the company on various issues. This may include contractors, communities, government, aboriginal groups, etc.
  • Support the Implementation of the Inuit Impact Beneficiary Agreement (IIBA).
  • Other duties as assigned.

Supervisory Responsibilities:
  • Supervise Superintendents, Supervisors and oversee projects and quality control.
  • Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with Company policies and applicable laws.
  • Provides functional leadership between field operating personnel, customer representatives and general office departments to ensure alignment with strategic plan. Interface with business unit representatives on cross-functional project teams.
  • Interviews potential employees and makes recommendations to hire qualified employees
  • Trains and mentor's direct employees, including development plans to challenge and perpetuate growth.
  • Plans, assigns, and directs related work.

Monitors progress against production schedules and takes corrective action to ensure timely completion of assignments by engineering personnel.

Main Qualifications

  • Expertise and/or hands-on experience in maintenance management is mandatory.
  • Related mining, oil and gas or heavy industry experience is essential.
  • Experience and ability to plan, schedule equipment, development of production plans and human resources.
  • Bulk handling, crushing, trucking, conveying, stockpiling and ship loading experience.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Demonstrated leadership and interpersonal skills.
  • Arctic experience would be beneficial.
  • Professional Shift Boss or Supervisor Ticket in Nunavut (or with the capability to register)
  • Engineering or technical ticket
  • Profficient knowledge of MS Office, including Project
  • SAP Experiance

Experience working with aboriginal people and communities would be an asset.

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