Barminco is one of the world’s largest hard rock underground mining services companies in the world, with operations in Australia, Asia and Africa.
Your full-service underground mining partner.
Barminco is part of the Ausdrill Group, an ASX 200 company and Australia's second largest integrated mining services provider. We are a global leader in hard rock underground mining services. Together with African Underground Mining Services (AUMS) we employ more than 3,000 people in operations across Australia, India and Africa - in Egypt, Ghana, Tanzania and Burkina Faso. We will grow to >3,500 employees in 2019 as AUMS ramps up at the Obuasi Mine in Ghana.
Our values of Safety, Integrity and Excellence are the cornerstone of everything we do. Our purpose is to create value for mine owners and we are absolutely focused on delivering for our customers. Our vision is to be the world's leading hard rock underground mining services provider.
Our capability is critical to our success - we are looking for people who are talented, share our core values and are as committed to creating value for our clients as we are.
We are seeking applications from experienced U/G Magazine Keepers to join our operations based at Dugald River. This position will be working a 14/14 roster FIFO ex-Townsville or Brisbane. This is a Full-Time permanent position.
Reporting to the Shift Supervisor, the main function of the Magazine Keeper is to ensure the safe storage and transportation of explosives to Charge Up crews. You will be responsible and accountable for the issuing of explosives by following all state and federal compliances under the Mines Registration Act.
Your proactive attitude to safety and driven work ethic will see you as a much-valued employee in line with Barminco's values and your ‘can do' attitude will be rewarded with a highly competitive remuneration package completing our vision of a work life balance in a strong team environment.
A full pre-employment medical is required, including a drug and alcohol screen and site-specific clearances. A National Police Clearance and any necessary tickets or qualifications are required to be presented if successful.