Northern Star Resources is the global gold growth company, with three large, high margin production centres exclusively in the tier one locations of Western Australia and Alaska, USA. Production guidance is 1.6 million ounces in the current financial year, before climbing to 2 million ounces by FY27.
Current Reserves of 19Moz underpin long mine lives across the portfolio, with further upside from an enviable track record in exploration and discovery. Responsible and progressive ESG practices are integral to the Northern Star business.
About our role
Northern Star has a challenging and rewarding opportunity for an experienced Training Advisor – Open Pit to support and assist the Mining Team in the development, review, and delivery of internal Open Pit training programs.
Additionally, this role is ensuring all Northern Star employees training is delivered in line with Northern Star’s Induction, Training & Assessing and Competency Training Performance Standards at our world-class Bronzewing operation.
This is a permanent full-time role offered on 8 days on 6 days off roster flying in and out of Perth.
Your main responsibilities will include:
Liaising with the HSEC Manager and relevant personnel to schedule Open Pit training and assessing activities
Delivering company and site inductions when required
Assisting in reviewing the accuracy of programs as well as implementing and promoting Open Pit operating procedures, standards and training for Northern Star operations to meet industry standards
Participating in and supporting annual reviews and feedback for continuous improvement of Northern Star’s training systems and programs
Developing, implementing, and maintaining Open Pit operating procedures, standards and training manuals for mining equipment and operations
Assisting with the development and delivery of consistent competency-based training and assessment for the Open Pit teams, including re-assessment and evaluation
Assisting to develop training needs analyses and competency assessment tools as required
Aiding, coaching, mentoring and support to Open Pit Field Trainer/Assessors
Completing all relevant training and assessment documentation accurately, correctly in a timely manner and ensuring all training is recorded and maintained within INX InTuition
Liaising with external training providers as required
Ensuring job-specific safety skills and responsibilities are met
Maintaining current industry knowledge and skills for Training and Assessing qualifications and hold current vocational competencies for task being trained and assessed against
Required skills and experience:
Certificate IV Training & Assessment – TAE40116 or higher
Current vocational competencies for task being trained and assessed against
Previous experience working in a similar role, working in an open-pit mining environment
Open-pit mining equipment operation experience, preferable Excavator/Dozer
Demonstrated Leadership Coaching & Mentoring abilities
Exposure to site-based safety systems
Demonstrated ability to manage competing priorities successfully
InTuition or similar database management system experience
Sound knowledge of Mines Regulations, WHS & Duty of Care
Excellent interpersonal skills across all levels of the organisation
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Provide First Aid Certificate
C Class Driver’s License
About Northern Star Resources
Northern Star offers unparalleled opportunities for you to forge a career in the resource industry at their underground and open pit operations across Western Australia and Alaska. You can choose residential or FIFO opportunities throughout your career with us.
Why join us?
When you join, you join the next exciting growth stage of Northern Star. You will be engaged in a dynamic work environment where you will be valued as an integral part of the team, and where you can develop and grow with our business.
Benefits when you join Northern Star
Company subsidised GU Health Insurance
Gold Price Variable bonus incentive
Short-term incentive bonus program
Employee Share Plan programs
Industry leading Parental leave policy – with up to 20 weeks primary carers leave and up to 4 weeks secondary carers leave. Primary carers return to work benefits including up to 6 weeks bonus payment, top up of superannuation and long service leave service recognition
GoldSTARR program – cash savings for everyday expenses
Employee Assistance Programs (EAP) that includes free, confidential counselling and wellbeing services
Salary Continuance (Income protection) insurance from commencement
Salary Sacrificing benefits, including Novated Leasing and Remote Area Living benefit options
Paid Family Domestic Violence leave
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Diversity & Inclusion
Northern Star actively supports and contributes to the local communities in which we operate. We recognise the advantage of a diversified workplace including diversity of gender, thought, experience, and ethnicity. We encourage applications from diverse backgrounds and strive for workplace excellence.
Want to know more about Northern Star? Check out our website here: http://www.nsrltd.com/