Primary purpose of the role is to ensure that all persons conducting mechanical maintenance work onsite are competent to do so in a safe and efficient manner
Second purpose is to pass on expertise (skills, experience, systems and processes) to the National Trainers so they can become self-sufficient in maintaining a competent workforce ie. Train the trainers.
Coordinate, administer, manage and conduct training of maintenance personnel in safe and effective maintenance at a Copper Concentrator. Including condition monitoring, installation, removal, repair and planned and unplanned maintenance of all plant and equipment types.
Effectively conduct training in both a classroom (theory) and field (practical) environment. Emphasize competency assessment based on demonstrated skills.
Ensure that the maintenance training program is geared towards high production efficiency.
Prepare compliance training reports, and plan training for individuals or maintenance teams in conjunction with supervisors and the planning team.
Organize performance reviews of all maintenance personnel through annual competence assessment.
Interact with the training administration and functional departments to prepare schedules of training events and on-the-job training, as well as assessment activities, as necessary.
Provide assistance in keeping a database used for personnel records, as well as in certification, planning, scheduling and instructions.
Coordinate making of assessment of the maintenance personnel work through the use of assessment forms and work performance assessment.
Ensure all relevant training documentation is translated accurately by qualified translators from English into Russian (and Kazak if required)
Prepare reports on current training needs.
Develop systems and structures within the department to ensure the effective application of priorities and standards of employment training.
Work with other training specialists on issues related to the definition and review of training standards, preparation of inductions, performance of training, use of certification criteria and teaching aids.
Assist with incident investigations as and when required.
Perform other tasks assigned by the Line Manager within own competence.
SKILLS AND QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:
Advanced Technical Trade Qualification from a recognised Institution
Certificate IV Workplace Training and Assessment (TAE)
Accredited Trainer & Assessor against a recognized awarding body
Experience in the maintenance of a significant number of process equipment at processing plants and metallurgy field, such as: crushers, SAG mills, ball mills, filters and large pumps.
Experience in the development of training presentations and materials on mineral processing equipment, instructions on how to teach maintenance methods, testing and monitoring the effectiveness of maintenance is desirable.
Previous work experience (at least 5 yrs) as a maintainer of mineral processing equipment.
Experience in teaching the basics of a safe behavior program used during the start-up stage will be highly appreciated.
Computer skills - Microsoft Office and MS Power Point.
Presentation skills, motivation and interactions with staff at all levels of the organization.