NECTA MATOKEO YA MTIHANI 2020
Shanta
The New Luika Gold Mine (100% owned) is a low cost, established, cash generative operation boasting high grade resources rarely found around the world. Shanta is focused on delivering maximised sustainable value for shareholders from this mine, and other assets in its portfolio, through meticulous expert management throughout the business.

Alongside New Luika, Shanta owns Singida, an exploration and development stage project, located in central Tanzania. A portion of the Singida asset is held in a joint venture of which Shanta has a 90% interest.

Shanta Mining company Limited has announced Jobs in Tanzania 2021 as follows below:-

Position Title: chef (1 POST)

CONTEXT AND PURPOSE OF THE ROLE

  • Cooks are primarily accountable for cooking the food along with the sous chefs. The purpose is to execute the chef’s plan and direction for a continued efficiency of the kitchen and production of consistent, quality food

ACCOUNTABILITIES & AUTHORITIES OF THE ROLE

The role holder has the following accountabilities and authorities:

  • Ensure all work is carried out in accordance to Shanta Mining Co. Ltd HSE requirements.
  • Check the food quality, presentation, and service as per the required standards defined by Head Chef.
  • Liaise with Head Chef to discuss day to day operational requirements, achievements and improvements and take necessary action accordingly.
  • Assist Head Chef in preparing / modifying menus and recipes.
  • Assist Head Chef to prepare daily requisition for the next day kitchen supplies considering forecasted man-days, menu, and stock balance in the kitchen and available items in store.
  • Ensure that the food is prepared as per the planned menu and in line with instructions received from Head Chef.
  • Ensure smooth and timely supply of prepared / cooked / take away food to all concerned units and departments.
  • Ensure control measures are taken to reduce and effectively manage wastage
  • Maintain and control all Food Storage areas ensuring correct storage & handling.
  • Ensure every employee in the kitchen knows their accountabilities for cleaning and hygiene of their designated work area.

REQUIRED SKILLED KNOWLEDGE

Qualification:

  • Secondary school certificates required.
  • Certificate in Food Preparation would be preferable but not essential Experience:
  • Previous experience in Commercial Kitchens, Hotels or Camps, preferably in a mining environment, is essential.
  • Capable of delegating multiple tasks
  • Communication and leadership skills
  • Keep up with cooking trends and best practices

Must have knowledge of:

  • Knowledge of food, kitchen, proper usage of equipments and highest standard of hygiene
  • Working knowledge of various computer software programs (MS Office, restaurant management software, POS)

Position Title: MINE ADMINISTRATION SUPERINTENDENT (1 POST)

CONTEXT AND PURPOSE OF THE ROLE

  • Manage stores, administration and contracts for village services, employees’ transportation and air travel services and maintain the physical facilities in these areas, while ensuring all services and maintenance meet standards and Shanta Mining Co.Ltd values.
  • To assist and help Mine Manager on the smooth delivery of administration services across all departments at SMCL; ensure that the administration services provided is effectively and adequate, routinely monitored and audited, and within the organisation policies and standards.
  • Manage stores, administration and contracts for village services, employees’ transportation and air travel services and maintain the physical facilities in these areas, while ensuring all services and maintenance meet standards and Shanta Mining Co.Ltd values.
  • To assist and help Mine Manager on the smooth delivery of administration services across all departments at SMCL; ensure that the administration services provided is effectively and adequate, routinely monitored and audited, and within the organisation policies and standards.

ACCOUNTABILITIES & AUTHORITIES OF THE ROLE

Mine Administration Superintendent has the following account­abilities:

  • Promote safe working culture and behaviours within respec­tive department in collaboration with line management.
  • Manage SHEQ compliance within Shanta Mining stores.
  • Employees’ Transportation: Management of employees’ transportation, ensure the availability and reliability of such services at 100% on site
  • Travel & Accommodation: Accountable for management of travel services of workforce through airport operations and oth­er commercial airline. Working in collaboration Administration Supt. to manage travel and accommodation arrangements to and from site.
  • To assist in management of camp facility in terms of accom­modation allocation and visitors’ management. Overseeing the camp management contractor in provision of catering, clean­ing services and other employees’ welfare as per contract and KPIs aareed.
  • Meet with Maintenance Planner, Expediting Clerk and NET representative on a weekly basis and report on Materials Requirements Plans (MRP) for planned maintenance.
  • To assist to Implement and oversee internal procedures and controls covering receipts, issues and physical stock holdings.
  • Identify via low stock rotations on catalogue and discussions with engineers and HOD’S on replaced equipment and manag­es redundant spares.
  • Oversee and undertake daily random 20-line items stock take and cyclic (monthly) stock takes.
  • Assist to Prepare and submit to Mine Manager monthly stock valuation report based on stock takes and kardex re-averaged item cost.
  • Attend to stock take reconciliations.
  • Assist to Prepare and submit appropriate weekly and/or monthly reports.
  • Assist to Implement the necessary security controls over stock receiDts. issues and storaae.

REQUIRED SKILLED KNOWLEDGE

Qualification

  • Com with post graduate qualification in Supply Chain Man­agement / Business Management or Administration degree.

Experience

  • 6 – 8 years of relevant experience in Africa supply Chain mining industry, 5 of which should be in management role.
  • Experience in providing Administration services in mining environment

Must have relevant knowledge of:

  • The whole Supply Chain system / Operations Management
  • Information Systems
  • Negotiation skills

Position Title: GEOLOGIST (1 POST)

CONTEXT AND PURPOSE OF THE ROLE

  • The purpose of the role is to effectively monitor and supervise all ore movements to the ROM Pad ensuring that the dumping and Mine Feed blending strategies are adhered to. Monitor the accuracy of truck tally and payload data collected by Pit and ROM spotters ensuring correct data capture and effective reconciliation with the Modular Mining System.
  • Supervision of the GC drilling operations ensuring that quality samples are safely collected in accordance with the quarterly Drilling Execution Schedule.

ACCOUNTABILITIES & AUTHORITIES OF THE ROLE

  • Geologist has the following accountabilities and authorities: Planning and Execution:
  • Execute the work planned and scheduled by the Senior Mine Geologist, assigning tasks as required to the Ore Control spotters and GC Drilling technicians – ensuring that shift production requirements are met.
  • Ensure clear and timely communication of the shift plan to the shift team.
  • Ensure that the Ore Spotter has all required work tools (i.e., updated Ore plan, active two ways radio etc) before he/she is left on the bench at start of shift.
  • Ensure sufficient Grade Control Drill Holes are available for at least 2 shifts ahead of the current shift.
  • Ensure availability of Grade Control Consumables (e.g. sam­ple bags, marking tapes, rock marking paints, etc) to support at least 1 week’s planned work and monitor their use, ensur­ing optimal consumption thereof at the drilling and mining sites.
  • Ensure the Mine Geology Shift Team works efficiently, and that work is executed to the required quantity and quality

REQUIRED SKILLED KNOWLEDGE

Qualification:

  • BSc in Geology with at least 3 years relevant accumulated experience in mining geology experience on a gold mine.
  • Alternatively, Technical Diploma in Geology or Mining with at least 5 years in mapping, modelling and evaluation related experience.

Experience:

  • Ideally have experience in open pit
  • Some exposure to mining preferably in a Geology or Geo­technical related field is essential.
  • High level of proficiency with mining design and planning software packages.
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills written and oral; Demonstrated ability to communicate with a variety
  • Must have knowledge of: of stakeholders including senior management, technical professionals, and operational personnel at a senior level.

Position Title: IT ANALYST (1 POST)

CONTEXT AND PURPOSE OF THE ROLE

  • The purpose of this role is to provide support to the mine IT systems. The IT Analyst will also be involved in developing, establishing and execution of Business Systems / Information Technology policies, standards, and procedures.

ACCOUNTABILITIES & AUTHORITIES OF THE ROLE

The following are the accountabilities and authorities of this role:

  • Installation, configuration and upgrading servers, desktops and laptops operating systems on hardware
  • Configuration commissioning and decommissioning of office automation equipments.
  • Analyze and recommend computers and computer peripheral equipment for users.
  • Determine user needs and modify computers and office automation equipment to suit their needs
  • Loads software programs into servers, computers and laptops that are basically needed for users.
  • Configuring email accounts to users. Joining servers, desk­tops, laptops and office equipment to the domain
  • Respond to queries from users and provide advice accord­ingly.
  • Solve client’s technical problems by phone or attending their station in person.
  • Repair any of the business systems equipment where possible to do so
  • Perform preventive maintenance of office automation equip­ments timely, on a required time cycle as scheduled.
  • Register newly installed business systems equipment and decommission them when necessary and follow-up asset disposal procedure to completely remove equipment from office environments.
  • 1 st line of support for 2way radios, CCTV, and access control Systems.
  • Upkeep of business systems equipment register.

Authorities:

  • This role has the authority to disable any user group that has access to Shanta Gold network systems whereby there is no documentation to validate that a user or access group has been authorized to have that access.
  • Uninstall any application that has been installed in any computer and that application has cost implication for the company while the application has been Installed without following business systems policy.
  • Remove user access rights from the application and shared folders whereby no evidence is available to validate that a user or group has been granted access to the application or shared folder.
  • Delete media files from the servers that are not for business purposes

REQUIRED SKILLED KNOWLEDGE

Qualification

  • Degree in Computer Science, IT, Telecommunication, Elec­tronics, Computer Engineering.
  • Cisco Systems knowledge
  • VMware Technology Knowledge
  • Veeam Technology knowledge
  • Good understanding of Microsoft operating systems both servers and desktop versions
  • Good understanding of Cloud computing technologies (Azure)
  • Good understanding of Microsoft SharePoint technology
  • Understanding of Cyber, IT Security and IT General Controls.
  • Understanding of WAN, LAN, and WIFI technologies
  • Hands on skills on Computers and Printer troubleshooting and repair

Experience

  • 2 years related experience in mining industry

Position Title: HR OFFICER (1 POST)

CONTEXT AND PURPOSE OF THE ROLE

  • Human Resources Officer develop, advise on and implement HR policies relating to the effective use of people within Shanta Mining Co. Ltd. The aim is to ensure that Shanta Mining employs the right people, on the right roles in terms of capability, skills and experience etc., create encouraging environment for employees to work contentedly to achieve business objective and at the same time own satisfaction.
  • The purpose of this role is to provide direct output support to HR Manager, through delivery of human resources transactional services to the department/s allocated in line with Shanta Mining HR policies, standards & systems and Labour relations regula­tions.

ACCOUNTABILITIES & AUTHORITIES OF THE ROLE

The HR Officer provides support to HR Manager with the coordination of the HR services delivery to all departments. These include:

Safety:

  • In collaboration with line management promote safe working environment, culture and behaviours in your respective depart­ment of supervision.

HR Planning:

  • Helping Departmental line managers in developing and executing HR plans in terms of labour numbers, labour costs, labour productivity and efficiencies while considering immediate and long-term staff requirements in terms of numbers and skill levels.

Organisation Structure & Role Descriptions:

  • Participates on the updates of organization structure and pre­pares roles description for your respective department/ section.
  • Ensure that every employee has a role description and every role within the structure is well defined.

Recruitment and selection:

  • Assist line managers in updating role descriptions, preparing advertisements, checking applications, coordinating short listing, interviewing and providing feedbacks to candidates;
  • Support managers in selecting suitable candidates, carry out security checks and references, preparing offer of appoint­ments and conducting human resources induction.

Policies and procedures:

  • Working closely with departmental managers, increasingly in a consultancy and monitoring role, assisting line managers to understand and implement HR policies and procedures.
  • Answering departmental employees’ queries regarding the HR policies and procedures whenever arise, ensuring that the policies and procedures are aligned to the country labour

REQUIRED SKILLED KNOWLEDGE

Qualification:

  • Bachelor Degree in Human Resources Management / Public Administration /Business Administration/ Social Sciences / Law. •Advanced Diploma in Public Administration, Management, Sociology, Manpower Planning, Human Resources Manage­ment or any other related field.

Experience:

  • At least 5 years experience in Human Resources, Adminis­tration and HR systems preferably in Mining industry or other related industry, with relatively large organization (over 700 employees)

Must have knowledge of:

  • Knowledge of the Tanzanian Labour Laws (Employment and Labour Relations Act, 2014 and its Regulation) and employ­ment practices.

Position Title: DEPUTY MINE MANAGER

CONTEXT AND PURPOSE OF THE ROLE

The purpose of the role is to optimize the mine plan, and put in place equipment, people and operating systems to deliver sus­tainable and reliable production at world standard productivity levels and costs.

The Deputy Mining Manager in collaboration with the Mining

Manager have to assess the feasibility, safety and productivity of potential mine locations and plan, manage and optimise the extraction of surface and underground deposits; direct, control and develop the operation of Shanta Mining Co. Ltd in accor¬dance with the required legislative framework and appropriate industry practices.

ACCOUNTABILITIES & AUTHORITIES OF THE ROLE

Deputy Mining Manager has the following accountabilities and authorities:

  • To assist Mine Manager in Mining production strategy inputs to Technical Services around development of the Long Term, Mid Term and Short-Term planning process.
  • Manage and control OPEX and CAPEX in accordance with approved plans.
  • Deliver ROM tonnes and grades as in accordance with the annual plan and budget and deliver waste stripping as per budget.
  • To assist Mine Manager to direct the implementation of policies and procedures to ensure adherence to mining standards, organisational standards and legislative standards.
  • The effective management and provision of resources to achieve effective mine operations work systems within the context of the business strategy to improve its own cost performance.
  • Integrating all mining production functions required to develop, monitor, progress, resource and executes the Mine Plan, leading to improvements in performance of safety, productivity and costs expected gains in safety.
  • Designing and implementing operating processes, standards, procedures, cross-functional efficiencies and internal teams to deliver in accordance with the Business Plan (considering owner and contract activities).
  • Defining “good mining practice”, and providing a framework and plan to sustainably and continuously improve performance.
  • Optimising ore mining methods to balance productivity and quality by working collaterally with the Chief Mine Geologist to determine balance of factors required for optimal results.
  • In conjunction with Chief Mine Geologist, to assist mine manager to develop mining methods which optimize resource recovery and mining dilution, commensurate with practical mining constraints and productivity targets.
  • In conjunction with collateral team members, define cross-functional work requirements to improve efficiencies, and communications between departments enhancing effective delivery of outputs to standards required. With Mine Geology, Technical Services, and Process Plant, develop and implement procedures for the operation, sorting, stockpiling and management of ore.
  • In conjunction with Processing and Mine Geology, optimization of ore mining methods (drill and blast) to optimize mill throughput.
  • Planning and implementing infrastructure to support the mining operation; Implement the management framework (notably leadership practices).
  • Ensure that an appropriate team structure is in place to deliver optimal performance in the mine.
  • Develop and implement a talent pool development programme in the mining production unit that will achieve the succession and localization strategies which will meet business requirements in the current and future organization. Measurable results should be produced as specified in the succession and localization strategic plans.
  • Understanding and managing risks and opportunities over the business cycle.
  • Ensure adherence to policies, standards, and procedures in all areas of operations thus mining, organizational and legislative standards.
  • Managing the mining fleet, optimising the fleet selection collaterally with the Engineering Manager per the mining schedule.
  • Together with the Engineering Manager develop maintenance strategies that will optimize achievement of the required equipment availability and utilization in achieving the mining schedule.

REQUIRED SKILLED KNOWLEDGE

Qualification:

  • Bachelor of Science in Mining Engineering.
  • A post graduate qualification in management is desirable.

Experience:

  • A proven manager with a strong track record including a minimum of 15 years’ experience in the mining industry.
  • Strong experience in an open pit metal mining environment, with some exposure also to underground mining.
  • Committed to the highest safety and environmental standards
  • Good track record in managing contractor relationships, and other key external relationships.

Must have relevant knowledge of:

  • Computer literate (MS Project, Datamine, project software).
  • Project execution using knowledge of mining and mine planning software
  • Management, mine planning and analysis, financial management and senior project management

Position Title: SENIOR OPEN PIT MINING ENGINEER

CONTEXT AND PURPOSE OF THE ROLE

Senior Open Pit Mining Engineer manages the mining devel­opment through facilitation of optimized mine plan, designs and mining schedules, ensuring comprehensive tracking of mining operations progress and controlling the quality of min­ing operations including contractor’s in line with industrial best practice standards in safety and technical aspects.

Senior Open Pit Mining Engineer is accountable for short term to medium term mine planning, mine production and development planning, mine engineering design, mine project development studies; drill and blast planning, mine scheduling, tracking mine operations advancement or performance and advising the main stakeholders and management including but not limited to the reporting line of any important changes or fol­low up required in order to achieve desired long term organiza­tional goals while maintaining high standards of occupational health, safety and environmental practices

ACCOUNTABILITIES & AUTHORITIES OF THE ROLE

Senior Open Pit Mining Engineer has the following accountabilities and authorities:

  • Provide input support in the preparation of Operational and Capital Budgeting.
  • Management of periodic mine planning activities taking into account of the monthly, quarterly, yearly and long-term production plans.
  • Overseeing at areas of their responsi­bility the health and safety of the worksite and employees, design mine infrastruc­tures, ventilation & extraction systems and mining services ensuring the safety of mining equipment and assessing mine equipment supplies.
  • Administer mining production process­es, overseeing employees’ activities on worksites. Make sure that targets are met; discuss and solve any operational obstructions. In collaboration with desig­ nated position or roles, review schedules and implement necessary contingencies to meet production goals.
  • Overseeing major construction projects and ensuring that operations run smooth­ly and within the budget. Ensure existing projects are tracked by individual plan­ners; schedules adjusted accordingly.
  • Work in collaboration with mining shift supervisors or foremen on a regular basis to discuss plans and involve crews; review schedules and communicate concerns and targets at meetings.
  • A sound knowledge on understating and ensuring mine design and or plans compliance based on the existing SOP for both drill & blast designs QAQC, toe check, ramp gradient/width compliance, bench/floor level etc.
  • Capable of preparing a minimum of 5 years detailed mine plan and scheduling that includes mining physicals consol­idation and metal plan profile; ensure monthly or quarterly production forecasts are compiled and issued in a timely manner.
  • Must be able to demonstrated a high level skills on management/supervision, construction and monitoring of other infrastructure construction that support mining operations, that includes but not limited to TSF construction, haul road construction, waste rock construction, etc
  • Reasonably good understanding on the mining operation, activities coordination, labour/personnel planning and equipment scheduling to achieve maximum productivity at a relatively low

REQUIRED SKILLED KNOWLEDGE

Qualification:

  • At least a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mining Engineering from a recognized University.
  • Must be a holder of the valid blasting certificate according to the Mining Act and Regulation.
  • Must be registered by a Tanzanian professional regulatory body and one of the International bodies preferably SAIMM orAusIMM.
  • A valid Tanzanian driving licence

Experience:

  • Overall minimum of 7 years’ experience in the surface mining method.
  • A minimum of 5 years’ experience in mine planning, mine design, optimization study, cut-off grade estimation and or project evaluation in general.
  • Proof of proficiency in conducting drill

Position Title: OPERATOR (PORTABLE WATER/SEWAGE (1 POST)

CONTEXT AND PURPOSE OF THE ROLE

  • An Operator for portable water or sewage is accountable for operating and maintaining pipes and all pumps used for water distribution and wastewater disposal site wide including the village/ camp according to specifications. Collect and transport water samples.
  • Supervise treatment and assure proper monitoring and control of water and sewage infrastructure systems, site wide including the village/ camp to maintain infrastructure system integrity and improve systems reliability and general performance.

ACCOUNTABILITIES & AUTHORITIES OF THE ROLE

The following are the accountabilities and authorities for this role

  • An Operator for portable water or sewage is accountable for operating and maintaining pipes and all pumps used for water distribution and wastewater disposal site wide including the village/ camp according to specifications. Collect and transport water samples.
  • Supervise treatment and assure proper monitoring and control of water and sewage infrastructure systems, site wide including the village/ camp to maintain infrastructure system integrity and improve systems reliability and general performance.
  • Execute any ad hoc task assigned to you.
  • Operate and adjust controls on equipment to purify and clarify water, process or dispose of sewage.
  • Clean and disinfect storage tanks, filter beds, and other work areas, using hand tools and power tools.
  • Clean work areas
  • Clean production equipment
  • Keep water system plans up to date.
  • Conduct safety inspections and follow safety rules.
  • Supervise treatment and assure proper monitoring and control of monitor pump motors to detect unusual noises, vibrations or excessive heat.

REQUIRED SKILLED KNOWLEDGE

Qualification:

  • Minimum of a technical certificate or equivalent from a recognized learning institution
  • FTC or Trade Test Grade I, II, 111
  • Computer literate Microsoft Projects /MS office programs

Experience:

  • 3 years experience
  • Approved apprenticeship. A good knowledge and experience of operating portable water/sewage and demonstration of trade competence.

Must have knowledge of:

  • Competency in operating portable water/sewage fields/functions

Position Title: SAFETY OFFICER (2 POST)

CONTEXT AND PURPOSE OF THE ROLE

  • Safety and Training Officer is to provide visible and high-level safety support to Shanta Mining Co. Ltd (SMCL) employees, ensure the safe and efficient operation of SMCL operation and associated infrastructure.

ACCOUNTABILITIES & AUTHORITIES OF THE ROLE

Safety Officer has the following account­abilities and authorities:

Promotion of HSE throughout area of accountability:

  • To promote occupational health and safety within the mine site, section and other areas of safety accountability.
  • Advise management on how to increase worker participation in health and safety programs raising employee morale and reducing possible incidents.
  • Attend daily departmental toolbox talks, committee meetings and to create safety awareness among all employees of the mine.
  • Maintain a proactive approach to all aspects of operational safety and en­courage teamwork within the operations.

Inspection and reporting on HSE compliance:

  • Conduct inspections and write reports informing management which area may not be in compliance with company po­lices and legal requirements in order to gain support for addressing these areas.
  • To ensure that machinery and equip­ment meet appropriate safety mine regulations, through regular inspections and testing of such equipment.
  • To check that personnel protective equipment supplied to the employees is being used in workplaces according to regulations and mine standards.
  • Investigate all injuries, incidents, near miss and unsafe conditions reported, study possible causes and recommend­ed remedial actions to management.
  • Carry out daily inspections in all your areas of accountability and report same to departmental managers and super­vision. Ensure regular inspections are conducted within all mining areas and supporting maintenance facilities includ­ing those manned by contractors.
  • Ensure accident/incident investiga­tions are expediently conducted and documented appropriately in relation to seriousness and high potentiality.
  • Provide on a monthly basis, a detailed report of activities and statistics con­ducted during the period to the Safety Superintendent / Safety & Environment Manager.

Risk analysis:

  • Analyze work environments and design programs to control, eliminate and prevent diseases or injury caused by all health and safety factors including ergonomic factors that involve the impact of equipment design on workers comfort or fatigue.
  • To test and identify work areas for potential accidents and health hazards, to help develop implement appropriate control measures and also by employee participation/involving and observing their work as well as inspecting elements in their work environment such as light­ing tools and equipment.
  • Carry out a risk assessment with Man­agers involvement in all Mining operation at least once quarterly.

Hazardous substance control:

  • To measure and control all hazards substances used on the mine through provision storage and stocking, handling and disposal.

Internal auditing on HSE:

  • Develop and implement internal audit program in accordance to Safety Man-

REQUIRED SKILLED KNOWLEDGE

Qualification:

  • Certificate of Secondary Education
  • Current and valid driver’s license required.
  • Emergency Response Team experience and qualifications will be highly regarded.
  • OSHAand NEBOSH Courses

Experience:

  • A minimum of 3 – 4 years of Mining operations experience
  • Currently or previously employed in a mining operation as a HSE Coordinator.
  • Extensive experience in relation to installation of mine services including vent ducting, pipes and pumps.

Must have knowledge of:

  • Good understanding of HSE ground conditions.

Position Title: OPEN PIT MINING ENGINEER

CONTEXT AND PURPOSE OF THE ROLE

The purpose of the role is to assist Senior Mining Engineer on the provision of the technical services assistance to the team and in particular the mine operations including contractors in order to allow accurate and timely mining operations and all other related works.

Mining Engineer is accountable to provide support to Senior Open Pit Mining Engineer on short term to medium term mine planning, mine production and development planning, mine engineering design, mine project development studies; drill and blast planning, mine scheduling, tracking mine operations advancement or performance and advising the Senior Mining Engineer of any important changes or follow up required in order to achieve desired long term organizational goals while maintaining high standards of occupational health, safety and environmental practices.

ACCOUNTABILITIES & AUTHORITIES OF THE ROLE

Open Pit Mining Engineer has the follow­ing accountabilities and authorities;

  • Provide input support in the preparation of Operational and Capital Budgeting.
  • Management of periodic mine planning activities taking into account of the monthly, quarterly, yearly and long-term production plans.
  • Overseeing at areas of their responsi­bility the health and safety of the worksite and employees, design mine infrastruc­tures, ventilation & extraction systems and mining services ensuring the safety of mining equipment and assessing mine equipment supplies.
  • Administer mining production process­es, overseeing employees’ activities on worksites. Make sure that targets are met; discuss and solve any operational obstructions. In collaboration with desig­nated position or roles, review schedules and implement necessary contingencies to meet production goals.
  • Overseeing major construction projects and ensuring that operations run smooth­ly and within the budget. Ensure existing projects are tracked by individual plan­ners; schedules adjusted accordingly.
  • Work in collaboration with mining shift supervisors or foremen on a regular basis to discuss plans and involve crews; review schedules and communicate concerns and targets at meetings.
  • A sound knowledge on understating and ensuring mine design and or plans compliance based on the existing SOP for both drill & blast designs QAQC, toe check, ramp gradient/width compliance, bench/floor level etc.
  • Capable of preparing a minimum of 5 years detailed mine plan and scheduling that includes mining physicals consol­idation and metal plan profile; ensure monthly or quarterly production forecasts are compiled and issued in a timely manner.
  • Must be capable of demonstrating work behaviours consistent with the com­pany Values and work within prescribed boundaries, including required be­haviours, company policies, standards, procedures and legislation requirements;
  • Must be able to demonstrate a high level skills on management/supervision, construction and monitoring of other infrastructure construction that support

REQUIRED SKILLED KNOWLEDGE

Qualification:

  • Bachelor of Science Degree in Mining Engineering from a recognized University.
  • Must be a holder of the valid blasting certificate according to the Mining Act and Regulation.
  • Must be a registered professional by a local regulatory body e.g., ERB.
  • A valid Tanzanian driving licence

Experience:

  • Overall minimum of 5 years’ experience in the surface mining method, practicing both mine planning, mine design, opera- tion/production and or project supervision in general.
  • Proof of proficiency in conducting drill and blast activities safely.
  • Experience in mine planning and an operation in underground mining environment

Position Title: STORES CONTROLLER (1 POST)

CONTEXT AND PURPOSE OF THE ROLE

  • Assist the Store Manager in ensuring an effective warehousing / store function that not only ensures expeditious and accurate receiving of inbound goods but ensures that goods received are stocked under the right conditions to maximize their shelf lives, and eventually account accurately for their distribution to end users.

ACCOUNTABILITIES & AUTHORITIES OF THE ROLE

  • Undertake calculation of re-averaged unit costs based on current unit cost and latest unit cost from goods received from Kardex.
  • Oversee the maintenance of kardex card information by stores clerks including quantities received, updating unit costs, quantities issued & Stock balances.
  • Check the accuracy of all account allocations for stock or direct issues.
  • Assist with weekly Critical Stock Report (CSR) stocktakes and report compilation and take over full accountability for CSR report in the absence of NET representative.
  • Undertake a weekly reconciliation of physical and kardex stock balances for all CSR items.
  • Undertake random and/or cyclic stock takes.
  • Check POD documents for all deliveries and update the GRN records.
  • Prepare documents for submission to Dar-es-Salaam Accounts Payable.
  • Send POD documents to Dar-es-Salaam office and update POD log and send copies of all NET POD s to NET representative.
  • Raise monthly costing journals based on account allocations.
  • Sign off GRN documents in the absence of the Stores Manager.
  • Oversee stores in the absence of the Stores Manager.

Expediting Functions:

  • Maintain enquiry and order logs for all live Shanta enquiries and orders and provide feedback to end users when end user motivated orders have been raised.
  • Expedite all incomplete enquiries or undelivered orders by contacting local suppliers directly and relying on NET for imports.
  • Provide end users with updates on the progress of their live orders making use of supplier feedback, in particular the weekly NET Order Status Report and the weekly Maintenance Plan.

REQUIRED SKILLED KNOWLEDGE

Qualification:

  • Bachelor’s in Accountancy and Finance
  • Must be in possession of a valid Tanzanian driver’s license.

Must have knowledge of:

  • High level of computer skill (MS Word and Excel).
  • At least two years experience in a busy store operation

Position Title: DIESEL MECHANICS-LV (2 POST)

CONTEXT AND PURPOSE OF THE ROLE

  • Diesel Mechanic is accountable for servicing, maintenance and repair of mining equipments including development jumbo drills, diesel trucks and loaders.

ACCOUNTABILITIES & AUTHORITIES OF THE ROLE

Diesel Mechanics has the following accountabilities and authorities:

  • Conduct preventative maintenance on mining equipments in accordance with the preventative maintenance schedule and the Maintenance Foreman’s instructions.
  • Conduct inspections of equipment for damages or defects and record findings for reporting purposes.
  • Travel to the underground / open pit mine to conduct regular servicing on development jumbo drills; conduct repairs to out of service equipment including development jumbo drills, diesel trucks and loaders. Repair the equipment and report completion of task.
  • Maintain the surface workshop in a state of good housekeeping.
  • Conduct risk assessment where repairs are not covered by standard procedures.
  • Perform pre-start checks, refuel and wash equipment.
  • Fill out stores requisitions with specific knowledge of spare parts required.
  • Complete all tasks at the required rate and to the required standard.

REQUIRED SKILLED KNOWLEDGE

Qualification:

  • Formal qualifications in Diesel Fitting/Mechanical Fitting or equivalent; FTC or Trade Test qualified grade I, II, or III – Mechanical or Diesel Fitting Trade Certificate

Experience:

  • Minimum 3 years working experience
  • Currently or previously employed in an underground and or surface mining operation as a Fitter Diesel mechanic
  • Experience operating diesel equipment
  • Ability to read and understand detailed survey prints and layouts
  • Experience with Sandvik, jumbos, trucks and loaders will be highly regarded.
  • Emergency Response Team experience and qualifications will be highly regarded

Must have knowledge of:

  • Knowledge of Mines Safety and Inspection Act, Regulations and relevant Standards
  • A sound knowledge of gearboxes, pumps, valves, mining equipment.

Position Title: CASHIER (1 POST)

CONTEXT AND PURPOSE OF THE ROLE

  • Accountable for error-free cash operations, payment processing, and interactions with customers/ employees. Process all transactions accurately and efficiently in accordance with established policies and procedures.

ACCOUNTABILITIES & AUTHORITIES OF THE ROLE

The following are the accountabilities and authorities:

  • Receive/ pay cash, cheque, or automatic debits for various company transactions as per procedure and policies in place.
  • To post and update all payments into the ledger/ Syspro system and Reconciliation of cash accounts
  • Prepare cash requirements/ floats in a accurate manner and as stipulated in Cash procedures Issue receipts, refunds, credits, due to customers / employees.
  • Prepare petty cash payments
  • Receive and pay Cash advances; maintain and monitor the Cash advances t accounts
  • To age the employee advances to Senior Payroll Officer for set-off
  • To keep and file properly all cash payments/Receipts as per company procedures
  • Prepare monthly cash summary and reports as required
  • Ensure there is adequate money for daily operations.
  • Communicate company policies and procedures to customers/employees.
  • Perform any other duties assigned by immediate supervisor/Manager

REQUIRED SKILLED KNOWLEDGE

Qualification:

  • A bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Business, Economics, Finance or a similar field Experience:
  • Minimum of 2 years of experience as an Accountant in a Manufacturing /Mining Environment
  • Excellent analytical skills; sound understanding of accounting princ pies.
  • Computer Literate – Strong Excel skills and the ability to use Outlook and Word.

Must have knowledge of:

  • Considerable knowledge of standard office and accounting software

Position Title: ENVIRONMENTAL OFFICER (1 POST)

CONTEXT AND PURPOSE OF THE ROLE

  • Environmental officer is accountable for assisting Environment Superintendent running environmental functions within the Shanta Mining Co. Ltd; ensures that environmental policies are well implemented, and environmental campaigns are effective, evaluating, planning and implementing environmental issues.

ACCOUNTABILITIES & AUTHORITIES OF THE ROLE

Environmental Officer has the following accountabilities and authorities:

  • Execute developed environmental management plans, programs, and strategies on site.
  • Plan environmental projects and provide reports on status and outcomes.
  • Prepare written reports as required, briefs for projects and or services, and strategies, policies, and management plans.
  • Assist in the coordination of field personnel to ensure works are completed to specified standards.
  • Provide technical input into the development of environmental policies, guidelines, and procedures for the SMCL.
  • Conduct the environmental incident reporting & incident investigation program.
  • Oversee contractors and consultants as per the company’s standard operating procedures.
  • Ensure monitoring programs of air quality, water quality, noise & vibration, meteorological, soil and biodiversity are maintained and undertaken in a timely and cost-effective manner.
  • Facilitate the dissemination of information and training of environmental management aspects for all employees.
  • Provide input to Environment Superintendent into the development of environmental quality standards, guidelines, objectives, policies, procedures and/or legislation.
  • Carryout inspections, conduct investigations, resolve conflict, and take appropriate action.
  • Conduct monitoring projects in support of studies, programs, and the development of guidelines and standards.

REQUIRED SKILLED KNOWLEDGE

Qualification:

  • Bachelor’s degree in environmental science or Environmental Engineering or related discipline.
  • Master’s degree in Science/Environment is an added advantage.

Experience:

  • A minimum of 2- 3 years working experience in environmental management role in a large-scale operation preferably in the mining and extractive industry.
  • Experience in the application of EHS management systems.

Must have knowledge of:

  • Demonstrated knowledge of Tanzanian and international regulatory framework for environmental management in general.
  • Knowledge on ISO 14001 EMS implementation process
  • Audit/EMS management systems
  • NEMC registrations for Audit and EIA

HOW TO APPLY

Applicants are invited to submit their Resumes and certificates (indicating the Position Title in the subject) to:

HR Director, Shanta Mining Company Limited
P.O. Box 79408,
Dar es Salaam

Or via Email to: [email protected]

The deadline for submitting the application is 06 February, 2021

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