The Queensland Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy are looking to fill a vacancy for an Inspector of Mines (Coal).
The Inspector of Mines (Coal) will carry out the functions of an inspector under the Coal Mining Safety and Health Act 1999 and Mining and Quarrying Safety and Health Act 1999 to help ensure that the mineral mining and quarrying industry operates at an acceptable level of risk.
Provide technical advice on a range of mining safety and health matters to industry, the government and the community, in particular on those aspects relating to the mechanical operation and maintenance of plant and equipment.
Job Requirements – Inspector of Mines
You will be required to participate in an on-call roster and will receive an on-call allowance, and it is mandatory to possess:
1. A First Class Mine Managers Certificate of Competency for underground coal mines or equivalent is highly desirable.
2. A minimum of five years’ experience in a senior technical or operational position in the underground coal mining industry.
3 The ability to attain a first class certificate of competency for managing underground coal mines is highly desirable.
4. Applicants with other current statutory certificates of competency for underground coal mines who can obtain a first-class certificate of competency are encouraged to apply.
Annual Salary: $129227 – $141773
You can read the full vacancy information for the position of Inspector of Mines and apply here
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