Weekly Planner / Scheduler

Telfer Operation, Australia
Apr 30, 2021
May 17, 2021
Work Term
Work Load
Full Time
Discover what is possible with us

Our technical expertise is something we are quietly proud of. Through our investment in research and development, we have advanced the technical development of our mining methods, achieving operational efficiencies. Whether you are part of our offices, or at one of our sites near or far, you will find so much more than you expect.

Operations near and far

Located in the Great Sandy Desert in Western Australia, Telfer is a fly in fly out operation from Perth which recognizes the importance of work-life balance. Our comfortable, well furnished rooms include Foxtel, and our site offers quality food with healthy options, medical care, sports and recreation activities. Families are welcomed several times a year to open days to support our community feel at Telfer.

Who we are looking for

We are seeking an agile and driven Weekly Planner / Scheduler to assist with the improvement of maintenance execution safety, productivity & work quality across Mill Maintenance and Utilities at Telfer.

Joining our close-knit Planning & Shutdown department and reporting to the Planning Supervisor, this role will see you anticipate & eliminate potential delays through efficient planning and coordination of labour, parts, equipment access and work pack development.

Other key deliverables of the role include:
  • Assist in achieving Maintenance Department targets by delivering maintenance schedules that minimise costs and equipment downtime, maximise labour and add value
  • Plan and schedule Major Maintenance & Project Tasks with the aid of an Approved Engineering Scope of Works; monitor the ongoing works maintenance program
  • Perform ad-hoc analysis of data, identify areas for improvement and implement changes
  • Perform in-field verifications of maintenance activities, identify areas for improvement and implement changes
  • Ensure compliance with Newcrest Occupational Health, Safety, Environmental Policies & Procedures and encourage others

To succeed in this role, you will be an exceptional team-player with excellent work-ethics and a passion for continuous improvement. You will have the ability to promote high quality working relationships and drive trust within a team-based culture. Your ability to communicate effectively and collaborate at all levels in the organisation will work towards achievement of desired outcomes.

In addition, you will also ideally have:
  • Proven experience in a similar role within Fixed Plant and Utilities in Mining
  • Experience in both planning and scheduling will be highly regarded
  • Demonstrated ability in the use of the full MS Office suite and SAP
  • Experience with the Prometheus Graphical Scheduling Tool would be highly advantageous
  • Sound organisation and presentation skills
  • Mechanical Trade or Engineering qualification
  • Coaching and mentoring experience would be beneficial

Please note: This is a permanent role that will work on a FIFO (8/6), flying out of Perth. For the right candidate, there will also be an opportunity to work in this role as a hybrid role, getting to work from Perth every alternate swing.

Our commitment to you

Ownership is part of how we work. You will be part of a high-performance culture that is building our future. While structure and processes guide how we work, we continue to find opportunities to be nimble and collaborative.

Newcrest is also committed to building a diverse workforce. Our strategic focus is on diversity to reflect the communities in which we operate. Creating an inclusive culture will enable us to leverage the richness of cultures across our workforce and the capability of our diverse employees to get better business outcomes.

If you are seeking a new career challenge, where you can transfer your existing skills, into a positive and empowering team environment, we'd love to hear from you!

At this stage, we are not accepting any external agency CVs for the opportunity.

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