GLENCORE VACANCIES

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  1. Assistant Training Officer – Lifting, Cranage & Rigging
  2. Business Development Analyst
  3. Chief People Officer – FerroAlloys
  4. Credit Risk Analyst (Metals, Oil & Gas Divisions)
  5. Credit Risk & Reporting Analyst
  6. Facilities Manager
  7. General Company Secretary
  8. Group Engineer – Mobile Equipment
  9. Human Resources Development Superintendent
  10. Secrétaire Général de la Société
  11. Superintendent – Community Policies & Systems

Assistant Training Officer – Lifting, Cranage & Rigging

Assistant Training Officer – Lifting, Cranage & Rigging
Group Services, Glencore Coal SA

Glencore is one of the world’s largest global diversified natural resource companies. Our global network comprises more than 90 offices located in over 50 countries, with over 150 mining and metallurgical sites, offshore oil production assets, farms and agricultural facilities. Our strategy is to maintain and build upon our position as a leading integrated producer and marketer of commodities worldwide. We employ over 150,000 employees and contractors, who collectively work to deliver our strategy and support our values of safety, integrity, responsibility, openness, simplicity and entrepreneurialism. Its these people that we value above all else. They are our greatest asset.

Join us and let’s grow together.

We are currently accepting applications for the following position located in the Witbank, Mpumalanga area.

Reporting to the HRD Superintendent Engineering & Metallurgy, Group Services, the succesful candidate will be responsible for delivering  theoretical and on-the-job training in the Lifting, Cranage and Rigging section of the Engineering discipline, conducts assessments, facilitates the certification of learners, and undertakes administrative and reporting responsibilities related to the training conducted.

Key Responsibilities

  • Reviewing training requests received from the operations; and ensuring that training requests are aligned with training requirements.
  • Providing input in the planning and scheduling of training and confirm availability and readiness of training materials for training to be conducted.
  • Participating and providing input in the review of Training Materials.
  • Training delivered and activities in area of responsibility undertaken in line with legislation as well Glencore policies and procedures.
  • Conducting pre-tests/assessments to determine learning gaps prior to training delivery.
  • Engaging with stakeholders to address training needs and solutions.
  • Ensuring accurate and timeous reporting for internal and external reporting purposes.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • A Tertiary Qualification in Human Resources Development or any other relevant tertiary qualification OR
  • Grade 12, Trade Certificate with a Certificate in Occupational Directed ETD Practices.
  • Assessor Certificate.
  • Assessor registration for Mobile Lifting Machines with TETA.
  • Moderator Certificate will be advantageous.
  • Moderator registration for Mobile Lifting Machines with TETA will be advantageous.
  • Valid Lifting Machine certificates.

Minimum Experience:

  • Minimum 3 years mining industry experience.
  • Experience on Mobile Lifting Machines (Truck Mounted Crane, Overhead Crane, Mobilift, Telescopic Boom Handler, Forklift, Mobile Elevated Work Platform / Cherry Picker Mobile Cranes, Basic Rigging).
  • Working experience in the Engineering discipline will be an added advantage.
  • Good understanding of the business processes related to Lifting, Cranage and Rigging equipment.
  • MS Office proficiency.

Behavioural Competencies:

  • Ability to treat diverse groups of people with respect and effectively employing diversity to the advantage of the organisation.
  • Ability to encourage and develop others to pro- actively build talent capacity and create opportunities to address current and future development needs.
  • Ability to inspire and foster commitment, pride and trust amongst team members by taking a democratic approach, seeking and valuing contributions and encouraging collaboration.
  • Ability to maintain high levels of individual and team performance by driving the achievement of goals, s and financial objectives.

Business Development Analyst

We are looking for a motivated Business Development Analyst, as a member of a proactive and committed team responsible for mergers and acquisitions as well as general business development in both the Ferroalloys and Coal South Africa businesses.

Key responsibilities:

  •  Project management – strategic analysis and valuation as well as transaction and negotiations.
  • Mergers, acquisitions, and disposals – including management and analysis of full due diligence, financial modelling, and transaction structuring.
  • Life of Assets – financial modelling, evaluation, and presentations.
  • Offtake arrangements – structuring of offtakes and lending arrangements and evaluation of opportunities and formulation of strategic plans and documentations.

Minimum requirements for the position:

Qualification:

  • A CA(SA) qualification or equivalent professional qualification (e.g. engineering degree)

Experience:

  • 3 + years’ investment banking, corporate finance or structured finance experience would be advantageous.  
  • Prior business development experience at another mining company will be beneficial  
  • In addition, you will be required to possess the following competencies:
    • Business acumen, 
    • Ability to cope with pressure, 
    • Interpersonal skills, 
    • Analytical thinking, 
    •  Communicate fluently, have the ability to apply intuition to make complex business  decisions and delivering results.

Please apply on the Careers Portal:                Applications Close:
https://www.glencore.com/careers/career-opportunities        17 June 2024

This vacancy will be filled in line with the Employment Equity Plan of Glencore. By applying for this position, you consent to Glencore collecting, storing, using, destroying, and processing in any other manner personal information for purposes of attending to this advertisement, and/ or all matters relating thereto, including the disclosure to third parties of such personal information for purposes of confirming such personal information. In the event you do not hear from the Company within 21 days after the closing date of applications, please consider your application to have been unsuccessful. The CVs of unsuccessful candidates will not be returned.

Chief People Officer – FerroAlloys

CHIEF PEOPLE OFFICER – FERROALLOYS

Reference Number
Ref. No. 06O – 001399/24
Location: Rustenburg, South Africa
Department: Human Resources, FerroAlloys Division (“Division”)
Reporting to CEO – FerroAlloys Division (“Division”)

We are looking for a Chief People Officer for our FerroAlloys Division who will be responsible for overseeing all aspects of an organisation’s Human Resources (Human Resources) and Talent Management functions. The role involves developing and implementing strategies to drive transformation, ensuring we attract, retain, and develop talent within the organisation, as well as ensuring that Human Resources practices align with the company’s overall goals and values.

GENERAL ACCOUNTABILITY:

·       Assist the CEO Of FerroAlloys with Human Resources Management

·       Develop and execute a comprehensive Human Resources strategy aligned with the organisation’s overall business objectives and goals. This includes setting priorities, establishing metrics for success, and ensuring that Human Resources initiatives contribute to the organization’s long-term success.

·       Lead efforts to attract, recruit, onboard, and retain top talent across all levels of the organization. Develop talent management strategies, succession plans, and career development programs to ensure a pipeline of skilled and engaged employees.

·       Support Employee Engagement and Culture by fostering a positive and inclusive workplace culture that values diversity, equity, and inclusion. Implement initiatives to enhance employee engagement, satisfaction, and well-being.

·       Oversee performance management processes, including goal setting, performance evaluations, feedback mechanisms, and recognition programs. Ensure that performance management practices support employee development, accountability, and alignment with organisational goals.

·       Develop and implement learning and development programs to enhance the skills, capabilities, and competencies of employees. Provide opportunities for continuous learning and career growth to support employee engagement and retention.

·       Manage current and implement new Human Resources technology systems to streamline processes, improve efficiency, and enhance the employee experience. 

·       Support as a trusted advisor to the leadership team and board of directors on Human Resources matters. Collaborate with other business functions, such as finance, operations, and IT, to align Human Resources strategies with broader organisational objectives and ensure cross-functional integration and synergy.

KEY RELATIONSHIPS:

·       MANCO Members

·       GOSA and Group  Communications 

·       Union Leadership

·       Community Organizations related to Assets.

·       Group Human Resources (Baar)

·       Global Human Resources Network

·       Community and Social Responsibility team 

·       Empowerment Partners  

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

·         Ensuring Alignment of Human Resources Strategies and initiatives with the overall Business Strategy

·         Management of the outputs of the Human Resources function in all the operations to ensure Human Resources strategies and initiatives remain firmly aligned with the overall organisational goals and Glencore Group Values.

·         Implement and drive Compensation and Benefit strategies to ensure the business attracts and retains talent whilst ensuring alignment to Group requirements.

·         Develop and execute a Human Resources Technology strategy to enhance Human Resources processes and functions within the business to improve efficiency, accuracy, and effectiveness in managing human resources-related tasks, from recruitment and onboarding to performance management and employee engagement.

·         Lead organisational change initiatives driving the transformation agenda to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) efforts across the business, including, in accordance with legislative requirements such as the Employment Equity Act and Mineral and Petroleum Resources Act and associated Charter, and reporting progress therewith.

·         Develop and implement employee relations strategies to foster a healthy and inclusive workplace ensuring compliance with South African Labour laws, sectoral regulations, and industry standards. 

·         Ensure Governance and assurance with global policies by establishing frameworks and processes to ensure compliance with applicable laws, regulations, and internal policies.

This role will be based at our Head Office in Rustenburg, reporting to the CEO of the FerroAlloys Division. 

QUALIFICATIONS:

·       Tertiary qualifications in either Human Resources, Business Administration, Behavioural Sciences, Industrial Relations, or equivalent Human Resources experience.

WORK EXPERIENCE & SKILL REQUIREMENTS:

·       Minimum 15 years’ Generalist Human Resources experience. 

·       Experience and knowledge of the mining industry would be an advantage.

·       Ability to effectively  communicate Human Resources strategies, priorities, and challenges to senior leadership and influence  decision-making at the highest levels of the organisation.

·       Experience serving as a trusted business partner to the leadership team on all Human Resources Matters.

·       Demonstrated experience in managing complex employee relations issues, resolving conflicts, and fostering a positive and inclusive work environment. 

·       Experience developing and implementing policies and procedures that promote fairness, equity, and compliance with South African employment laws and regulations.

·       Strong transformation and change management ability with proven experience providing counsel beyond Human Resources, assisting, and supporting leaders through implementing changes in the business.

·       High ethical standards and integrity, with a commitment to upholding ethical principles in all Human Resources practices and  decisions.

·       Strong stakeholder management experience, building collaboration within a matrix structure.

·       Proven leadership,  communication, and teamwork abilities.

·       Ability to work under pressure and adapt to changing priorities.

How to apply:

Please apply on the Careers Portal:                                                Applications Close: Friday, 28 June 2024

This vacancy will be filled in line with the Employment Equity Plan of Glencore. By applying for this position, you consent to Glencore collecting, storing, using, destroying, and processing in any other manner personal information for purposes of attending to this advertisement, and/ or all matters relating thereto, including the disclosure to third parties of such personal information for purposes of confirming such personal information. In the event you do not hear from the Company within 21 days after the closing date of applications, please consider your application to have been unsuccessful. The CVs of unsuccessful candidates will not be returned.

Credit Risk Analyst (Metals, Oil & Gas Divisions)

The global department provides credit risk advisory, reporting and macro-economic analysis for metals division. It requires diligent credit risk, monitoring, and counterparty review analysis. This position requires the individual to deliver routine & ad hoc credit risk reporting to the credit risk team and other internal and external stakeholders. Accurate micro- and macro-economic analysis and data collection for numerous types of reports.
The successful candidate will be part of Glencore’s global Credit Risk team for the metals division.  

Responsibilities:

  • In-depth financial analysis including spreading financial data, helping to score counterparties through in-house scoring models and updating Credit Rating and advising on credit risk appetite.
  • Periodically and ad-hoc macro-economic and sector reporting.
  • Creation and distribution of Credit Risk reporting (bespoke, cross-group and cross-functional) for the 
  • Global Function to senior stakeholders.
  • Validating and explaining Credit Risk data generated from our various systems.
  • Maintaining Data Integrity across our various systems.
  • Assisting in the development of new and existing systems, processes, and reports (PFE, Cost of Credit)
  • To  communicate effectively with senior management and the credit team.
  • Identify and present issues to relevant Global teams, clearly and logically. 
  • Any other ad hoc duties that may be required from time to time.

Key relationships:

  • Credit team (London, NY and Baar)
  • Senior  Risk Management team
  • Other Risk functions

Qualifications:

  • Tertiary Qualification- Bachelor’s Degree (preferably in finance,  risk management, accounting, economics, business studies)
  • Relevant Post graduate qualifications beneficial

Work experience:  

  • Ideally 1-3 years of Credit  Risk management experience.
  • Financial Analysis experience would be beneficial.
  • Coding skills in VBA, PowerBI, Python advantageous

Competencies:

  • Proficient knowledge using Microsoft Office (i.e. Access, Excel, PowerPoint)
  • Good working knowledge of Excel spreadsheets and database functionality e.g., forms, templates, and logic functions.
  • Strong  communication skills,
  • Attention to detail and accuracy.
  • Ability to work independently & as part of a rapidly changing team.
  • Multi-tasking and excellent management of time and priorities is essential.
  • Highly numerate, with good problem-solving and analytical skills.
  • Pro- active, committed and highly motivated.
  • Ability to work independently.
  • Ability to work well in a team.
  • Need to be adaptable, flexible, and entrepreneurial.
  • Takes initiative and invest energy to resolve queries.
  • High level of attention to detail and data accuracy, ensuring analysis is focused on delivering practical business benefits, often in tight deadlines.

Please apply on the Careers Portal:                Applications Close:
https://www.glencore.com/careers/career-opportunities        14th June 2024

This vacancy will be filled in line with the Employment Equity Plan of Glencore. By applying for this position, you consent to Glencore collecting, storing, using, destroying, and processing in any other manner personal information for purposes of attending to this advertisement, and/ or all matters relating thereto, including the disclosure to third parties of such personal information for purposes of confirming such personal information. In the event you do not hear from the Company within 21 days after the closing date of applications, please consider your application to have been unsuccessful. The CVs of unsuccessful candidates will not be returned.

Credit Risk & Reporting Analyst

We are seeking a Credit Risk & Reporting Analyst who will be part of Glencore’s global Credit Risk team for the oil & gas division.  The global department provides credit risk advisory, reporting and macro-economic analysis for the oil & gas division. 

Responsibilities:

  • Be on top of the exposure and credit mitigation (collateral & settlement management and stock monitoring) Glencore is holding on some specific high-risk counterparties and to clearly  communicate the risk position to internal stakeholders. 
  • Creation and distribution of Credit Risk reports (bespoke, cross-group and cross-functional) for the Global Risk Function.
  • Validating and explaining Credit Risk data (exposures and mitigation) generated from our various systems.
  • Monitor stock progression.
  • Settlement management: monitor upcoming payments and ensure receipt of funds/timely payments.
  • Identify risks arising from the different trading structures.
  • Maintaining Data Integrity across our various systems.
  • To  communicate effectively with senior management and the credit team.
  • Identify and present issues to relevant Global teams, clearly and logically. 
  • In-depth financial analysis including spreading financial data, helping to score counterparties through in-house scoring models and updating Credit Rating and advising on credit risk appetite.
  • Any other ad hoc duties that may be required from time to time.

Key relationships:

  • Credit team (London)
  • External Counterparties
  • Other Risk functions

Qualifications:

  • Tertiary Qualification- Bachelor’s Degree – (preferably in finance,  risk management, accounting, economics, business studies)
  • Relevant Post graduate qualifications beneficial

Work experience:    

  • Ideally 1-3 years of Credit  Risk management experience but not essential.
  • Financial Analysis experience would be beneficial.
  • Coding skills in VBA, PowerBI, Python advantageous.
  • A solid understanding of credit risk, and credit mitigation structures.
  • Excellent reporting and monitoring skills. 

Competencies:

  • Proficient knowledge using Microsoft Office (i.e. Access, Excel, PowerPoint)
  • Good working knowledge of Excel spreadsheets and database functionality e.g., forms, templates, and logic functions.
  • Strong  communication skills,
  • Attention to detail and accuracy.
  • Ability to work independently & as part of a rapidly changing team.
  • Multi-tasking and excellent management of time and priorities is essential.
  • Highly numerate, with good problem-solving and analytical skills. 
  • Pro- active, committed and highly motivated.
  • Ability to work independently.
  • Ability to work well in a team.
  • Need to be adaptable, flexible, and entrepreneurial. 
  • Takes initiative and invest energy to resolve queries.
  • High level of attention to detail and data accuracy, ensuring analysis is focused on delivering practical business benefits, often in tight deadlines. 

Please apply on the Careers Portal:                Applications Close:
https://www.glencore.com/careers/career-opportunities        14 June 2024

This vacancy will be filled in line with the Employment Equity Plan of Glencore. By applying for this position, you consent to Glencore collecting, storing, using, destroying, and processing in any other manner personal information for purposes of attending to this advertisement, and/ or all matters relating thereto, including the disclosure to third parties of such personal information for purposes of confirming such personal information. In the event you do not hear from the Company within 21 days after the closing date of applications, please consider your application to have been unsuccessful. The CVs of unsuccessful candidates will not be returned.

Facilities Manager

As a Facilities Manager, you will be responsible for the overall maintenance and management of the facilities, ensuring you meet regulatory standards and provide a safe and comfortable environment for employees and visitors.

Responsibilities:

Office Management:

  • Develop and maintain effective relationships with customers, employees, vendors, and contractors.
  • Oversee the day-to-day operations and maintenance of the facilities.
  • Prepare and implement operations & maintenance annual plan.
  • Manage and coordinate work orders and maintenance requests.
  • Coordinate facility projects and renovations.
  • Manage and ensure the delivery of high-quality soft services, including janitorial and pest control. 
  • Monitor service providers’ performance, conduct regular audits, and implement corrective actions when necessary. 
  • Preparing annual budget, planning expenditure, and analysing costs.  
  • Monitor and control facility budgets.
  • Develop,  communicate, and maintain office procedures. 
  • Purchase office supplies and equipment. 
  • Assist with building/ maintenance vendor applications and follow ups.
  • Manage and negotiate vendor contracts.
  • Negotiating and renewal of all rental contracts 
  • Ensuring office efficiency in terms of equipment procurement, layouts, and office systems 
  • Provide regular reports/feedback on facility performance and activities.

Manage Reception Services and Pool Cars:

  • Establish and maintain a professional Reception service that includes arranging of meeting rooms and catering arrangements, courier services, access system for the booking of meeting rooms and catering arrangements.
  • Establish and manage procedures, maintenance, logbooks for pool cars. 

Manage Facilities Team:

  • Manage resources including staff, contractors, and vendors. 
  • Secure contractors and vendors and ensure that work and services meet established specifications.
  • Monitor service providers’ performance, conduct regular audits, and implement corrective actions when necessary. 
  • Create a work environment that encourages strong performance, teamwork, responsibility, and clear  communication.

Health, Safety and Environmental &&  Risk Management:

  • Maintain a safe and secure working environment for all occupants. 
  • Ensure compliance with health and safety, regulations.
  • Ensure safety files and all accreditations are in place. 
  • Do planned and unplanned job observations with staff and contractors.
  • Ensuring all Office related legal and regulatory documents are relevant, updated and monitor. 
  • Implement and manage Health, Safety and Environmental Representative for the Glencore Offices, including all necessary Health and Safety protocols. 
  • Establish and manage the evacuation procedures and processes.
  • Fire extinguisher training and maintenance schedules.

Qualifications:

  • Tertiary Qualification NQF 7 – Relevant field (Facilities Management, Property Studies)

Work experience:    

  • Minimum 5 Years` experience in Facilities Management
  • Three years supervisor experience
  • Proven experience as a Facilities Manager or similar role
  • Strong knowledge of facility management principles and best practices
  • Knowledge of health and safety regulations

Competencies:

  • Medically fit.
  • Proficient knowledge using Microsoft Office (i.e. Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
  • Strong  communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Organizational and leadership skills.
  • Attention to detail and accuracy.
  • Ability to work independently & as part of a rapidly changing team.
  • Multi-tasking and excellent management of time and priorities is essential.
  • Highly numerate, with good problem-solving and analytical skills.
  • Pro- active, committed and highly motivated.
  • Ability to work well in a team.
  • Need to be adaptable, flexible, and entrepreneurial.
  • Takes initiative and invest energy to resolve queries.

Please apply on the Careers Portal:                                               Applications Close: 14 June 2024

https://www.glencore.com/careers/career-opportunities

This vacancy will be filled in line with the Employment Equity Plan of Glencore. By applying for this position, you consent to Glencore collecting, storing, using, destroying, and processing in any other manner personal information for purposes of attending to this advertisement, and/ or all matters relating thereto, including the disclosure to third parties of such personal information for purposes of confirming such personal information. In the event you do not hear from the Company within 21 days after the closing date of applications, please consider your application to have been unsuccessful. The CVs of unsuccessful candidates will not be returned.

General Company Secretary

General Company Secretary

 Kamoto Copper Company

Kolwezi, DRC

Ref. No. 06O – 001372/24

Accountability:
Under the direct supervision of the Chairman of the Board, the incumbent’s main mission will be to ensure the smooth functioning and governance of the Company and it is responsible for legal compliance, corporate governance, maintaining statutory records, supporting the board, facilitating shareholder relations, and acting as a strategic advisor to the Board.

Qualifications & Skill Requirements:

  • Have university degree in law, Business Administration, or  related field.   
  • Have at least 10 years of professional experience as Legal Responsible or Company Secretary in a of a reputable company (preferably in the mining industry).
  • Membership of an institute of company secretaries, chartered administrators/accountants or similar professional bodies for at least 10 years.
  • Thorough knowledge of corporate governance principles and relevant legislation, such as the Companies Act.
  • Fluency in French and English required.

General Accountability:

  • A Maintaining the company’s statutory books, including a register of present and past directors and secretaries; a register of all shareholders, past and present and their shareholdings; a register of any charges on the company’s assets; minutes of general meetings and board meetings.
  •  Advising directors on their duties and ensuring that they comply with corporate legislation and the articles of association of the company.
  • Arranging and coordinating meetings for the Board of Directors, Management Committee and Annual General Meeting (AGM).
  • Ensuring and monitoring the implementation of all resolutions in compliance with the Company’s Articles of Association and legal requirements.
  • Acting as key contact person between Management, Shareholders, regulatory authorities, and the Board
  • Developing the Board Committees’ Annual Workplan and maintaining the annual Board Calendar
  • Preparing agendas, notices, proxies, and other supporting documents for board committee meetings, and facilitate timeous collation of meeting packs and submission of reports for inclusion in the meeting packs.
  • Ensuring logistics of the meeting are in order, and documents are dispatched to participants timeously.
  • Recording proceedings of board meetings, drafting, and distributing minutes to attendees
  • Distribute and  communicate meeting  decisions to relevant parties for implementation.
  • Ensuring adherence to good corporate governance principles concerning all Company Secretarial matters.
  • Attend to appointment and resignation of directors.
  • Ensure that appointment and resignation of directors are recorded with relevant statutory bodies.
  • Ensure that amendments of the governing documents are lodged with relevant regulators.
  • Ensure that annual returns for the company are lodged with relevant authorities.
  • Facilitate learning and development of board members particularly with regards to King IV.
  • Identify, analyze, and Implement legislative/ statutory requirements.
  • Create awareness, provide advice/ guidance on legislation or policies that impact on the governance of the organization.
  • Ensure that general declaration of interests, conflict of interests and gift registries are documented and kept up to date.
  • Draft and finalize all terms of reference for committees and board charters.
  •  Ensure that terms of reference and charters are reviewed annually.
  • Maintain accurate and up-to-date statutory records, including registers of shareholders, directors, and beneficial owners.
  • Ensure proper documentation of board  decisions, resolutions, and corporate actions.

Competencies:

  • Strong  communication, interpersonal and organizational skills.
  • Attention to detail and ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines.
  • High ethical standards and integrity.
  • Strong financial and business acumen.
  • Proven experience working with financial and legal teams.
  • Proven investor relations experience.
  • Working knowledge of the mining value chain.

Please apply via: : https://tinyurl.com/KCC-JOBS

 Applications close: Tuesday, 18 June 2024

  • Enter your username and password to access your candidate interface on our careers site
  • If you do not yet have an account, please create one first and keep your username and password carefully.
  • In case of technical difficulties, please report any problems encountered on the careers site to: recruitment@katangamining.com

NB: Only applications submitted via the KCC careers site are considered. You no longer have to send your file by email.

Only applications meeting the required criteria will be considered. The files received will be kept in the Company’s database for a period of six (6) months.

IMPORTANT :

KCC does not accept applications submitted by persons under the age of eighteen (18). In accordance with article 1 of the Labor Code of the Democratic Republic of Congo, KCC SA receives all applications without distinction or discrimination. However, as part of its equal opportunities, diversity, equity and inclusion program, female applications are strongly encouraged.

Group Engineer – Mobile Equipment

Group Engineer – Mobile Equipment
Group Services, Glencore Coal SA
Glencore is one of the world’s largest global diversified natural resource companies. Our global network comprises more than 90 offices located in over 50 countries, with over 150 mining and metallurgical sites, offshore oil production assets, farms and agricultural facilities. Our strategy is to maintain and build upon our position as a leading integrated producer and marketer of commodities worldwide. We employ over 150,000 employees and contractors, who collectively work to deliver our strategy and support our values of safety, integrity, responsibility, openness, simplicity and entrepreneurialism. Its these people that we value above all else. They are our greatest asset.

Join us and let’s grow together.

We are currently accepting applications for the following position located in the Witbank, Mpumalanga area.

The succesful candidate will be responsible for assisting with the formulation and delivery of the Group Engineering Strategy. The successful candidate will also take responsibility for engineering issues related to Mobile Equipment as well as support the Complex and Operational Engineering Departments as and when required with strategic initiatives, projects and activities.


Key Responsibilities

  • Establishing Group Engineering Standards, Procedures and Policies.
  • Developing and Implementing Mobile Equipment Strategies.
  • Co-ordination and management of large mobile fleet equipment replacement schedules and long-term procurement initiatives.
  • Management of business risk exposure in terms of equipment performance and critical spares management.
  • Coaching and supporting of engineering department at Operational Level.
  • Identifying and implementing business improvement opportunities.
  • Conducting and managing of project studies.
  • Liaising with Industry and academic intuitions.


Minimum Qualifications:

  • Relevant degree in Engineering – B.Sc Eng / B.Eng – preferably Mechanical.
  • Government Certificate of Competency.
  • Registered as Pr. Eng or Pr. Cert Eng with ECSA.
  • An additional business or specialist Engineering qualification will be an added advantage.

Minimum Experience:

  • 10 Years’ experience as an appointed Engineer at Operational level of which at least 2 years in an Engineering Manager position.
  • Detailed knowledge of SAP or other Maintenance Management System.
  • Extensive knowledge of large open cut mobile equipment.

Behavioural Competencies:

  • Ability to apply practical skills and common sense to solve problems and deliver accountabilities.
  • Apply knowledge, expertise and practical ability to solve problems and deliver accountabilities.
  • Apply both analysis and intuition to make complex business  decisions that drive improvement and results.
  • Be conscious of details. Produces consistently high quality and accurate work.
  • Maintain high levels of individual and team performance by driving the achievement of goals, targets and financial objectives.

Human Resources Development Superintendent

Human Resources Development Superintendent
Group Services, Glencore Coal SA
Glencore is one of the world’s largest global diversified natural resource companies. Our global network comprises more than 90 offices located in over 50 countries, with over 150 mining and metallurgical sites, offshore oil production assets, farms and agricultural facilities. Our strategy is to maintain and build upon our position as a leading integrated producer and marketer of commodities worldwide. We employ over 150,000 employees and contractors, who collectively work to deliver our strategy and support our values of safety, integrity, responsibility, openness, simplicity and entrepreneurialism. Its these people that we value above all else. They are our greatest asset.

Join us and let’s grow together.

We are currently accepting applications for the following position located in the Witbank, Mpumalanga area.

The succesful candidate will be responsible for coordinating and managing employee and entry -level talent development processes, coordination of development activities as legislative compliance and reporting within areas of responsibility.

Key Responsibilities

  • Participating in the crafting of the Group Learning and Development Strategy.
  • Taking responsibility for the learning and development initiatives related to the Group Services and Melrose support services departments.
  • Managing the Adult Education and Training (AET) function, the Bursar, Graduate Trainee, Supervisor in Training, Practical Learner Program Programs, including liaison with  various  tertiary institutions, the Department of Basic Education,  and other relevant service providers.
  • Reporting to the relevant internal Committees.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • A relevant tertiary degree in Human Resources/Human Resources Development or Industrial Psychology.
  • An Honours degree in Industrial Psychology will be an added advantage.
  • Registration as a Psychometrist will be added advantage.

Minimum Experience:

  • 5 Years’ Human Resources Development experience.
  • Understanding and working knowledge of the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA), Mining Qualifications Authority (MQA) and Broad Base Socio Economic Empowerment Charter (BBBEEE), Social and Labour Plans as they relate to training and development.
  • Understanding of and working knowledge of general psychometric tools in use within the industry and their application.

Behavioural Competencies:

  • Ability to drill into the detail of issues to determine root cause whilst considering urgency, importance, risk and reward factors.
  • Ability to take the lead, set objectives, sequence processes/initiatives/projects and organise resources to  manage risk and achieve objectives.
  • Ability to maintain high levels of individual and team performance by driving the achievement of goals, s and financial objectives.
  • Ability to treat diverse groups of people with respect and to effectively employ this diversity to the advantage of the Company.

Secrétaire Général de la Société

Secrétaire général de la société

 Kamoto Copper Company

Kolwezi, DRC

Ref. No. 06O – 001377/24

Description du poste:
Sous la supervision directe du Président du Conseil d’Administration, le titulaire du poste aura principalement la mission d’assurer le bon fonctionnement et la gouvernance de l’entreprise. Il sera responsable de la conformité juridique, de la gouvernance d’entreprise, de la tenue des registres statutaires, du soutien au conseil d’administration, de la facilitation des relations avec les actionnaires et de la fonction de conseiller stratégique auprès du Conseil d’administration.

Il aura, entre autres, pour responsabilités (non-exhaustive) de :

  •  Tenir à jour les registres statutaires de l’entreprise, y compris le registre des administrateurs et des secrétaires, présents et passés, le registre de tous les actionnaires, présents et passés, et de leurs participations, puis le registre de toutes les charges pesant sur les actifs de l’entreprise, les procès-verbaux des assemblées générales et des réunions du conseil d’administration.
  • Conseiller les administrateurs sur leurs missions et veiller à ce qu’ils respectent la législation sur les sociétés et les statuts de l’entreprise.
  • Organiser et coordonner les réunions du Conseil d’administration, du Comité de direction et de l’Assemblée Générale Annuelle (AGA).
  • Assurer et contrôler la mise en œuvre de toutes les résolutions, conformément aux Statuts de la société et aux exigences légales.
  • Faire office de personne-ressource entre la Direction, les Actionnaires, les autorités de régulation et le Conseil d’administration.
  • Élaborer le plan de travail annuel des Comités du Conseil d’administration et tenir à jour le calendrier annuel du Conseil d’administration.
  • Préparer les ordres du jour, les convocations, les procurations et autres documents d’appui pour les réunions du Conseil d’administration et des comités, et faciliter la compilation en temps utile des dossiers de réunion et la soumission des rapports à inclure dans les dossiers de réunion.
  • Veiller à ce que la logistique des réunions soit en ordre et à ce que les documents soient envoyés aux participants en temps utile.
  • Consigner les délibérations des réunions du Conseil d’administration, rédiger et distribuer les procès-verbaux aux participants.
  • Distribuer et communiquer les  décisions des réunions aux parties concernées en vue de leur mise en œuvre.
  • Veiller au respect des principes de bonne gouvernance d’entreprise pour toutes les questions relatives au secrétariat général de l’entreprise.
  • Assister à la nomination et à la démission des administrateurs.
  • Veiller à ce que la nomination et la démission des administrateurs soient enregistrées auprès des organes statutaires compétents.
  • Veiller à ce que les modifications apportées aux documents de référence soient déposées auprès des autorités de régulation compétentes.
  • Veiller à ce que les déclarations annuelles de l’entreprise soient déposées auprès des autorités compétentes.
  • Faciliter l’apprentissage et le perfectionnement des membres du conseil d’administration, en particulier en ce qui concerne King IV.
  • Identifier, analyser et mettre en œuvre les exigences législatives/statutaires.
  • Sensibiliser, fournir des conseils ou des orientations sur la législation ou les politiques ayant une incidence sur la gouvernance de l’entreprise.
  • Veiller à ce que les déclarations générales d’intérêts, les conflits d’intérêts et les registres de dons soient documentés et tenus à jour.
  • Rédiger et finaliser tous les mandats des comités et les chartes des conseils d’administration.
  • Veiller à ce que les mandats et les chartes soient révisés chaque année.
  • Tenir des registres statutaires exacts et à jour, y compris des registres des actionnaires, des administrateurs et des bénéficiaires effectifs.
  • Veiller à ce que les  décisions du conseil d’administration, les résolutions et les actions de l’entreprise soient correctement documentées.

Qualifications et expérience:

  • Avoir un diplôme universitaire en droit, en administration des affaires ou dans une discipline connexe.
  • Avoir au moins 10 ans d’expérience avérée en tant que Responsable juridique ou Secrétaire Général d’une entreprise réputée (de préférence dans le secteur minier).
  • L’appartenance à un institut de secrétaires généraux, d’administrateurs agréés/de comptables agréés ou à des organismes professionnels similaires pendant au moins 10 ans.
  • Connaissance approfondie des principes de gouvernance d’entreprise et de la législation pertinente, telle que la loi sur les sociétés.
  • La maitrise de la langue française et anglaise est obligatoire.

Compétences:

  • Solides compétences en  communication, en relations interpersonnelles et en organisation.
  • Souci du détail et capacité à travailler sous pression et à respecter les délais.
  • Normes éthiques élevées et intégrité.
  • Sens aigu des affaires et des finances
  • Expérience avérée en collaboration avec les équipes financières et juridiques.
  • Expérience confirmée en matière de relations avec les investisseurs
  • Connaissance pratique de la chaîne de valeur minière

Pour postuler:
Rendez-vous à l’adresse suivante :https://tinyurl.com/KCC-JOBS

  • Entrez votre identifiant et mot de passe pour accéder à votre interface candidat sur notre site des carrières
  • Si vous ne disposez pas encore d’un compte, veuillez en créer un au préalable et bien conserver votre identifiant et mot de passe
  • En cas de difficultés d’ordre technique, veuillez signaler tout problème rencontré sur le site des carrières à l’adresse : recruitment@katangamining.com

Date limite des candidatures : 18 juin 2024
N.B: Seules les candidatures soumises via le site des carrières de KCC sont prises en compte. Vous ne devez plus envoyer votre dossier par email.   

Seules les candidatures correspondant aux critères requis seront prises en considération. Les dossiers reçus seront conservés dans la base de données de la Société pendant une durée de six (6) mois.

IMPORTANT :

KCC n’accepte pas les candidatures soumises par des personnes âgées de moins de dix-huit (18) ans. Conformément à l’article 1er du Code du Travail de la République Démocratique du Congo, KCC SA reçoit toutes les candidatures sans distinction ni discrimination. Cependant, dans le cadre de son programme d’égalité des chances, de diversité, d’équité et d’inclusion, les candidatures féminines sont fortement encouragées.

 Conformément à notre politique de conformité et à notre code de conduite, KCC, ses représentants et ses travailleurs ne reçoivent aucune rémunération ou avantage de quelque nature que ce soit à aucune étape du processus de recrutement (soumission de la candidature, traitement de la candidature, tests et entretiens d’embauche, examens médicaux d’embauche, ou induction, etc.). Tout acte de corruption ou tentative de corruption doit être signalé au numéro de téléphone : +243 999928028 et sera sévèrement puni.

 Par ailleurs, KCC SA poursuit l’objectif d’un processus de recrutement transparent, juste et équitable et, par conséquent, ne tolère aucune ingérence ou intervention de quelque manière que ce soit dans son processus de recrutement. Tout manquement sur ce point entraînera la disqualification immédiate du candidat concerné.

Superintendent – Community Policies & Systems

Superintendent – Community Policies & Systems
Group Services, Glencore Coal SA
Glencore is one of the world’s largest global diversified natural resource companies. Our global network comprises more than 90 offices located in over 50 countries, with over 150 mining and metallurgical sites, offshore oil production assets, farms and agricultural facilities. Our strategy is to maintain and build upon our position as a leading integrated producer and marketer of commodities worldwide. We employ over 150,000 employees and contractors, who collectively work to deliver our strategy and support our values of safety, integrity, responsibility, openness, simplicity and entrepreneurialism. Its these people that we value above all else. They are our greatest asset.

Join us and let’s grow together.

We are currently accepting applications for the following position located in the Witbank, Mpumalanga area.

The succesful candidate will be responsible for managing relationships between the company, local communities and local government to establish and maintain harmonious relationships between stakeholders, and formulating policies with respect to community and stakeholder engagement and human rights and will work to build trust and respect between the company and local communities and to help resolve disputes.

 
Key Responsibilities

  • Compiling and implementing of Social Performance and Human Rights guidelines as per Glencore Corporate Practice.
  • Compiling of systems and processes with respect to community engagement and human rights.
  • Identifying and implementing of CSR sustainable community development projects as per approved budget.
  • Compiling of monitoring and evaluation reports for all community projects.
  • Consulting and implementing of Resettlement Action Plans and grave relocation activities for both brownfields & projects.
  • Managing of the Community Management System and Glencore Corporate Practices.
  • Managing the implementation of Social Performance Improvement project plans and monitoring the projects.
  • Managing community complaints and social incidents and ensuring that grievance & dispute resolution is constantly undertaken.
  • Implementing of all SLP commitments related to LED.
  • Assisting in the arrangement of community operations events and social activities.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Relevant Tertiary Qualification.

Minimum Experience:

  • Minimum 5 years’ experience at a C-Upper Level in community development /work/service in the mining industry, government related social services or consulting services.

Behavioural Competencies:

  • Ability to create shared meaning by clearly and confidently communicating the relevant information to a  decision or task, in a verbal format.
  • Ability to take decisive action and assume responsibility for making difficult  decisions that affect people and business performance.
  • Consciousness for details and the ability to produce consistently high quality and accurate work.
  • Ability to adhere to rules and regulations, follow instructions and limit risk of non-compliance to the business.
  • Ability to maintain high levels of individual and team performance by driving the achievement of goals, s and financial objectives.

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