Barrick Gold

Manager, Carlin Health, Safety, and Training

Location
Carlin, Nevada, United States
Salary
Competitive
Posted
Sep 17, 2020
Closes
Oct 17, 2020
Ref
090210
Work Term
Permanent
Work Load
Full Time
Language
English
Position Description:

At Nevada Gold Mines, our vision is to be the world's most valued gold mining business by finding, developing, and operating the best assets with the best people. Our people division is growing, and we are looking for a Manager of Health, Safety and Training at our Carlin operations. As part of the team, the successful candidate will be support centric adding to our already challenging, yet rewarding environment strengthening our mining operations. The ideal candidate will lead the development of the Carlin Safety, Health and Training programs involving standards, operating systems and operating policies and procedures throughout all facets of the Carlin Complex through effective risk management, communication, and collaboration with stakeholders.

At Nevada Gold Mines we are committed to a safe work environment sending every person home safe and healthy every day and leaving a sustainable legacy on our host communities. We offer a generous benefits package which includes a c ompetitive medical, dental, and vision plan with national provider networks, a 401k retirement plan with employer contribution, paid time off, company-sponsored medical clinics, company match share purchase program, and much more!

Responsibilities:

The position is primarily responsible for improving HSE&A program delivery and working with site management teams to align people with the strategic goals of the organization.

The primary responsibilities are to establish a forward looking, industry leading approach to HS&T as follows:
  • Responsible for all aspects of safety, health, and training including supervision, quality control, and technical support.
  • Responsible for the direct supervision of occupational health and safety to include divisional safety personnel, workers compensation, industrial hygiene, and emergency response training.
  • Directly responsible for executing site-wide standardized training program, including SOP and database implementation.
  • A substantial effort must also be made to assist in Corporate initiatives and mandates.
  • Manage site safety, occupational health, and training activities including initiation and enhancement of programs, standards, site directives, and operational procedures.
  • Conduct regular safety performance reviews and assessments to ensure that facility standards and operational areas are in compliance with governmental regulations and corporate policy.
  • Plan, coordinate, and monitor safety trends and studies to discover and determine hazards/risks and controls that may affect workers.
  • Direct and contribute to the review and development of remedial measures that control or eliminate safety and health hazards.
  • Initiate programs to promote the inclusion of new information and technology into the safety activities of the company.
  • Communicate effectively with operations and all levels of management to support and participate in the development of effective safety, occupational health, and training programs at the site.
  • Oversee safety summary reporting, performance measurements, and results to corporate, governmental, and public agencies when required.
  • Actively represent the company's interests regarding safety, occupational health, and training developments.
  • Develop annual and long-range safety, health, and training goals, objectives, action plans, and the supporting budget.
  • Ensure compliance to all company, state and federal safety and health standards and policies.
  • Provide service within the organization and implement all training programs. The programs would include, but are not limited to, quality control, work measurement, manufacturing methods, critical tasks, and supervisory development.
  • Consult with senior management to develop and confirm program/system objectives, operational procedures, and system/program constraints,
  • Support Corporate goals related to Barrick and Nevada Gold Mines' Safety System.
Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree in Occupational Health & Safety and/or Industrial Hygiene (or an equivalent combination of education and experience) required:
  • Minimum ten years of HS&T experience operating at a senior level, managing and leading cross-functional teams in a variety of mining and refining operational environments required;
  • Minimum ten (10) years leading, designing, managing, evaluating and improving HS&T strategies & programs required;
  • Certified Safety Professional (CSP) designation or equivalent preferred.
What We Can Offer You

  • A comprehensive compensation package including bonuses benefits, and stock purchase plans where applicable
  • Ability to make a difference and lasting impact
  • Work in a dynamic, collaborative, progressive, and high-performing team
  • An Opportunity to transform Traditional Mining into the future of Digital Mining
  • Opportunities to grow and learn with the industry colleagues are endless
  • Access to a variety of career opportunities across Nevada Gold Mine locations
  • Nevada Gold Mines is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer
About Nevada Gold Mines

Nevada Gold Mines is a joint venture between Barrick Gold Corporation (61.5%) and Newmont Goldcorp Corporation (38.5%), combining their significant assets across Nevada to create the single largest gold-producing complex in the world and realize the full potential of these mines through synergies and best-in-class operational improvements.

The massive mining operation comprises 8 mines along with their associated infrastructure and processing facilities that produced an estimated 4 million ounces of gold in 2018. Three of these assets are Tier One gold mines: Barrick's Cortez; the combination of Barrick's Goldstrike and Newmont Goldcorp's Carlin; and the combination of Barrick's Turquoise Ridge and Newmont Goldcorp's Twin Creeks. In addition, Barrick's Goldrush-Fourmile project has the potential to become the fourth Tier One asset in this portfolio. The new JV is expected to generate around $5 billion in cost savings over the next five years. Nevada Gold Mines is operated by Barrick.

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