North Mara Gold Mine Limited is seeking to recruit a Hauling Equipment Operator III – Excavator /Rock Breaker to join and grow their team.
You will be expected to align to the Barrick DNA and to operate within our mining assets with our best people teams. You will contribute in a safe and cost-effective manner to achieve targets in accordance with Mine Safety Standards, Policies and Procedures and ensure daily targets are met.
About North Mara
The North Mara gold mine is located in north-west Tanzania in the Tarime district of the Mara region. It is around 100 kilometers east of Lake Victoria and 20 kilometers south of the Kenyan border.
North Mara started commercial production in 2002. The mine is a combined open pit and underground operation from two deposits, Gokona (underground) and Nyabirama (open pit).
- All possible hazards on route and inside assigned working places identified, rectified and / or reported daily when on shift (Minimum 5 per shift)
- Zero involvement in an incident or accident, those occurred are reported to Supervisor within shift
- Field Level Risk Assessment completed accurately for every task assigned
- Team Based Job Safety Analysis completed for every task without a Standard Operating Procedure
- Carry out housekeeping activities before and after every task completed
- Compliance to the use of required PPE for the task at hand
- Attendance daily, on time
- Zero complaints from customers about your work
- Supervisor/Leader confirms through evidence that you value team membership & actively participate
- Compliance to related Standard Operating Procedures
- Equipment Pre-Start Inspections conducted prior to operating any equipment on a shifty basis and sub-standard equipment reported & corrected
- Workplace inspections conducted shifty as assigned and substandard conditions reported and / or corrected within shift
- Maintain communication throughout the shift by reporting in intervals not exceeding one hour
Safe & efficient Equipment operation within Standard Operating Procedure requirements, as per production plan
- Proven ability to meet production targets in a safe manner.
- Achievement of daily planned targets
- Zero Damage to equipment as a result of poor operating techniques or negligence daily
- Ordinary Secondary Education (Form 4)
- Sound knowledge of Open Pit Mining Operations
- Dump Truck Operator license
- Basic ground Control Training
- Valid Tanzanian Drivers Licence
- Formal Training Certificate from in HME Equipment from VETA Institute
Experience and competencies needed
- Experience in dealing with multi-cultural orientations
- At least 5 years industry experience in Open Pit Mining Operations
- At least 5 Years’ experience in operating Mining Excavators in a production environment.
- Experience in operation of multiple items of Heavy Mobile Equipment in Mining such as Loader, Grader, Dozer highly advantageous
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ABOUT THE TEAM
The North Mara gold mine is located in north-west Tanzania in the Tarime district of the Mara region. It is around 100 kilometres east of Lake Victoria and 20 kilometres south of the Kenyan border.
North Mara started commercial production in 2002. The mine is a combined open pit and underground operation from two deposits, Gokona (underground) and Nyabirama (open pit). The process plant has the capacity to process an average of 8,000 tonnes of ore per day.