Environmental & Community Relations Superintendent

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Iluka Resources
Geraldton, Australia

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Environmental & Community Relations Superintendent

Job ID: 11475
Job Views: 7
Location: Cataby
Post Code: 6507
Category: Mining & Resources
Employment Type: Full-time
Posted: 16/05/2024


lluka Resources is a leading global producer of the critical minerals zircon and high-grade titanium dioxide feedstocks (rutile and synthetic rutile). Iluka has also established a significant position in rare earth elements (rare earths). As an international supplier of critical minerals, Iluka’s products are used in an array of applications including technology, construction, medical, lifestyle and industrial uses. As the world moves towards a smarter, safer and sustainable future, Iluka’s high quality products are increasing in demand.

Our people are the foundation of our business and are vital to our success now and into the future. Iluka offers an empowering and inclusive work environment that is as diverse as the communities in which we operate.

Job Requirements:

About The Role

We have an exciting opportunity for a passionate Environmental & Community Relations Superintendent to join our Cataby Mining Operation. Reporting to the Operations Manager, you will play a pivotal role in ensuring compliance with environmental regulations, managing environmental programs, and promoting sustainable practices.

This position is offered on a Drive in Drive out (DIDO) basis, on a family-friendly 5/2 4/3 roster. This means no airports, delays, or weekends away from your family and friends. If you need to be home urgently you can be!

Key elements of the role include:

  • Manage the environmental, approvals & community relations needs of the Cataby site
  • Development of environmental management plans, projects and strategies
  • Ensure compliance to environmental conditions in planning through to closure.
  • Support rehabilitation in accordance with Closure and Land Rehabilitation Implementation Plans
  • Ensure delivery of required mining and environmental approvals
  • Play a lead role in developing and managing stakeholder relations with community, government and traditional owners
  • Deliver community relations initiatives and projects
  • Manage a small team of environment and community professionals

About You 

To be successful in this role, you will have:

  • Tertiary qualification in relevant environmental or sciences discipline
  • Demonstrated experience in a similar role within the resources sector
  • Working knowledge of mining approvals legislation and processes
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Experience in project, community relations, contractor, and staff management
  • Excellent time management, presentation, and reporting skills

Our Offer To You

  • Family friendly roster
  • Great camp facilities
  • Be supported through an inclusive and collaborative culture​
  • ​Up to 18 Weeks Paid Parental Leave for Primary Caregivers
  • Ability to Purchase Additional Annual Leave
  • Competitive Salary and Bonus Structures
  • Company share matching scheme

How to Apply:

You will be supported, empowered, included and encouraged to be the best version of yourself.

If you share our values of Integrity, Respect, Courage, Accountability and Collaboration; and you have the skills and experience to help us to succeed and deliver sustainable value, apply now.

Full working rights in Australia are required for you to be eligible to apply for this role.

Applications Close: 14 June 2024

“We respect and encourage diversity in a workforce that reflects our communities.”

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