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Norton Gold Fields

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Job ID: 11342
Job Views: 12
Location: Kalgoorlie
Post Code: 6430
Category: Mining & Resources
Employment Type: Full-time
Posted: 14/05/2024



WORK SITE: Paddington

ROSTER: 8/6 (This role is residential only, no FIFO)

PACKAGE: Salary + Performance Bonus + Residential Allowance + Site Allowance + Family Private Health Insurance + Death and TPD Coverage or Allowance + Mental Health Programs + Gym Membership Discount + Other Benefits



Norton Gold Fields is one of Australia’s largest domestic gold producers with mining and processing complex in Western Australia’s world-class Kalgoorlie Goldfields region. Currently, we are progressing development plans to develop a series of expansion projects in the region.

Our vision is to be the leading gold producer, setting the industry benchmark in safety, teamwork, innovation, operational efficiency, and cost control.

Job Requirements:


As a Emergency Service Officer, you will be responsible for the provision of a frontline pre-hospital care and emergency response service to Norton Gold Fields and its MOU / mutual aid partners. You will also be responsible for ensuring compliance with site-based and corporate policies, procedures, and plans concerning emergency management and clinical governance.



  • Plan, coordinate, and participate in site emergency drills.
  • To provide frontline pre-hospital care services and ensure medical facilities are maintained in an operationally ready status.
  • Maintain a level of fitness required to perform the job role as dictated by the company.
  • Structure and Coordinate Training programs for site personnel.
  • Participate in site emergency facility audits.
  • Provide AOD testing, where required.
  • To provide leadership and training services for the Emergency Response auxiliary group and other site departments in emergency management practices.
  • To provide service delivery in emergency preparedness planning, high-risk rescue plans and in-field interactions with workplace personnel.
  • To provide advice and conduct audits and inspections relating to emergency preparedness and bushfire readiness across the business.
  • To prepare and maintain emergency response equipment to operational standards ensuring effective responses to site emergency events.
  • To develop and review safe work instructions, guidelines, procedures, plans and policies relating to emergency practices and adhering to industry best practices.
  • Provide a visible safety leadership style of leading by example and positive safety behaviours.
  • Provide Injury Management information, guidance and service as required.
  • Occupy the position of On Call Response Manager within NGF’s emergency notification system.
  • Perform an on-call role in support of the on-shift ESO when on day shift.
  • Develop and maintain relationships with key stakeholders and mutual aid partners.



  • Experience in a similar role, preferably within the mining or resources industry.
  • Certificate III in Emergency Response and Rescue.
  • Certificate II Medical Service First Response (minimum requirement)
  • Certificate IV Health Care or higher (desired)
  • Certificate IV TAE.
  • Drive vehicles under operational conditions.
  • Operate pumps.
  • BG4 and underground search and rescue competencies.
  • Collect specimens for drugs of abuse testing (or other D&A testing certification).



  • Permanent full-time role with immediate start
  • Excellent remuneration package with additional allowances
  • Receive $12k residential allowance per annum, if you are residential and not FIFO.
  • Receive up to $5k site allowance per annum, depending on your site location.
  • Receive up to 10% short-term incentive payment (STIP) of your base salary.
  • A fully covered family private health insurance through GU Health Complete Gold Cover.
  • A fully covered Death and Total & Permanent Disability (TPD) insurance or allowance up to $2.4k.
  • Pro-rata long service leave (LSL) after just 5 years of service and be entitled to 13 weeks paid LSL after 10 years of service.
  • Work with a team that prioritises safety while ensuring you achieve your best output.
  • Opportunity for learning and development through various training programs provided by the company.

How to Apply:

This can be your new beginning at a company that values its people and strives to enhance Diversity and Inclusion.


Norton is recognised as an Employer of Choice for Gender Equality by the Australian Government’s Workplace Gender Equality Agency. We are committed to providing equal opportunities and actively encourage applicants from all backgrounds to apply for our roles, regardless of gender, age, sexual orientation, ethnicity, religion, or disability.

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