OK TEDI MINING
More Than a Mine
Team Coordinator Electronics & Communications
- Residential Role in a Unique Environment
- Excellent Expatriate Remuneration Package
Ok Tedi Mining Limited is a world leader of custom copper concentrate supply and is a significant contributor to the Papua New Guinea economy. The company is recognised for its ability to attract outstanding professionals from all over the world and providing them with career development opportunities in an environment that fosters personal development and growth. This position is based at a comfortable location in the South Pacific Rim where local facilities include a shopping complex, well-equipped hospital, international school, sporting venues and a 3 days a week air service direct form the mine site to Australia. With a strong community infrastructure, this is a remote mining operation where Expatriates and National staff alike enjoy modern business resources in a safe and stable community.
Reporting to the Manager Information Services, you will coordinate and motivate teams in the Electronics & Communications department in order to provide effective and reliable maintenance services of all radio and telecommunication systems, microwave networks, power station electronics and instrumentations and structured cabling for the company and other stakeholders.
You will coordinate administrative and service roles within the team to comply with the PNG Mining Act and Special Rules, along with established corporate and OTMI policies. You will also maximise reliability of communications plant and equipment to meet production demands, ensure all communication services (external and internal) to business facilities, workshops and warehouses are in full operational mode and provide contingency plans and emergency equipment in cases of failure of critical plant, controls, remote sites and links.
Ideally, you will have a Diploma in Electronics with specific training in maintenance of radio and telecommunication systems. You will also preferably have is years field and workshop repair and maintenance experience in the mining industry, including extensive experience in telephone PABX, mobile radio and powerhouse electronics.
This is a challenging rote and requires enthusiasm, commitment to zero harm tolerance and a strongly developed proactive ability to address current and predicted issues. If this role appeals to you, please forward your application, quoting Ref No. AS349A to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Wednesday July 14 2010. Telephone enquiries are encouraged, and should be directed to Steve Laney on +61 412 781 660.