Environmental / Rehabilitation Advisor

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Environmental / Rehabilitation Advisor

Job ID: 10964
Job Views: 22
Location: Geraldton
Post Code: 6530
Category: Mining & Resources
Employment Type: Full-time
Posted: 07/05/2024


Tronox careers are brighter with interesting and innovative work, a smart team of people and a range of lifestyle benefits.  At Tronox, we aspire not only to build a diverse workforce, but to leverage the broad range of people and perspectives within our organisation by fostering an inclusive work environment.

Tronox is a fully integrated titanium minerals producer and pigment manufacturer. Across our Australian operations, we extract and process rich mineral sands into a range of valuable products including ilmenite, zircon, rutile and titanium dioxide pigment which are then exported to international markets.

Our sites are part of the global operations of Tronox Limited, the world’s leading integrated manufacturer of titanium dioxide.

Job Requirements:


We are seeking a motivated and experienced Environmental Advisor to join the team at our Cooljarloo Mine site, which is just out of Cataby in Western Australia.

Our site is located 2hrs drive / 170km to the North of Perth CBD. This is a Drive-In Drive-Out (DIDO) role where you will stay at our village with meals and accommodation provided during whilst on site.

Working a 9 day fortnight (WK1: Mon- Fri / Wk2: Mon – Thurs) as a member of the Environmental team, your primary focus will be on ensuring day-to-day operations are compliant with all environmental reporting and regulatory requirements.

The Environmental Advisor will;

  • Assist with the delivery of environmental management programs such as post mining rehabilitation, groundwater management, pollution control, waste and greenhouse reduction.
  • Maintain all environmental procedures, manuals, guidance documents, records, and updates relevant documentation in accordance with company policy and ISO14001 certification standards.
  • Participate in risk assessments, providing specialist input on managing environmental hazards and complying with regulatory requirements.
  • Contribute towards the completion of environmental monitoring and management of sustainability data via relevant computer systems.
  • Assist with completing environmental inspections, ensuring that recommendations are communicated with departments and implemented.
  • Conduct relevant environmental training sessions with all departments, to communicate HSE procedures.
  • Develop and implement environmental rehabilitation plans and strategies to restore land impacted by mining activities.
  • Oversee the implementation of rehabilitation activities, ensuring compliance with Tronox standards.
  • Assist consultants/contractors in undertaking environmental field monitoring, rehabilitation works and management activities.



Essential Criteria 

  • Minimum 2-3 years’ experience as an Environmental Advisor with field experience.
  • Relevant environmental tertiary qualification.
  • Have full working rights in Australia, with no restrictions, sponsorship is not available.


Demonstrated Skills & Attributes

  • Environmental Knowledge: A deep understanding of environmental science principles, including ecology, hydrology, soil science, and air quality.
  • Regulatory Compliance: Familiarity with local, state, and federal environmental regulations, permits, and requirements for ensuring compliance with applicable laws and regulations governing mining operations.
  • Risk Assessment: The ability to conduct environmental risk assessments and impact assessments to identify potential environmental hazards and risks associated with mining activities.
  • Data Analysis: Proficiency in data analysis and interpretation, including the ability to analyze environmental monitoring data, GIS data, and remote sensing data.
  • Communication Skills: Excellent written and verbal communication skills for effectively communicating environmental information, regulations, and requirements to stakeholders, including employees, regulators, and community members.
  • Stakeholder Engagement: The ability to engage with stakeholders, including local communities, government agencies.
  • Problem-Solving: Strong problem-solving skills for identifying environmental challenges, developing innovative solutions, and addressing issues.
  • Adaptability: The capacity to adapt to changing environmental conditions, regulations, and project requirements is important for effectively managing environmental risks and ensuring compliance with evolving standards.
  • Collaboration: The ability to work collaboratively with cross-functional teams, including engineers, geologists, safety professionals, and regulatory specialist.
  • Continuous Learning: A commitment to continuous learning and professional development


How to Apply:

Why join TRONOX?

In return for your commitment, you will be offered a competitive salary and benefits package that includes;


  • 38 hour average week with a compressed 9 day fortnight option
  • Eligibility to participate in the Tronox bonus scheme
  • 12% Superannuation
  • Early access to Long Service Leave at 5 years (pro-rata)
  • An annual leave purchase program
  • Company paid salary continuance, journey, TPD & life insurances
  • Annual health related programs and benefits
  • Novated leasing options available
  • A service award program
  • A high performance and inclusive culture where people are seen as people.



Does this role sound like the challenge you are looking for? Click ‘apply now” and start your career with Tronox today!

Tronox is committed to building and retaining a diverse and inclusive workforce and encourage women and Indigenous Australians to apply.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

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