Programmed Skilled Workforce, in partnership with TRONOX is looking for a driven and motivated Resource Processing Trainee who is willing to undertake a Certificate III in Resource Processing which will be delivered over a 24 month period.
Tronox careers are brighter with interesting and innovative work. A smart team of people who aspire not only to build a diverse workforce, but to leverage the broad range of people and perspectives by fostering an inclusive work environment.
Tronox is a fully integrated titanium minerals producer and pigment manufacturer. At our operations in Western Australia, we extract and process rich mineral sands into a range of valuable products which are exported to international markets.
Our sites based in Kwinana, Chandala, Cooljarloo, Australind, North Shore and Kemerton are all within 2 hours drive of Perth as well as our Dry mill operation site Gingko based at the Murry Basin NSW. The sites form part of the global operations of Tronox Limited, one of the world's largest producers of titanium dioxide pigment, with a global customer base.
Who we're looking for:
It's important you're willing to learn and develop your skills over this traineeship and have a good attitude and strong work ethic. You will be willing to work as part of an experienced team, under close supervision and also at times independently.
In addition, you will;
Skills and Experience
To be successful, you will meet the following criteria:
Located in Cooljarloo, TRONOX's Cooljarloo Mine Site that mine the heavy mineral concentrates using dredging techniques. The trainee will assist the Production Engineer with metallurgical checks and investigations as well as carry out planned operational maintenance tasks.
Please note, this position is residential/local, however employees are also offered accommodation at the newly constructed mine's camp which is approximately 10kms south of the Mine
Tronox is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from diverse sections of the community.
Applications Close: Wednesday 18th May 2021
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Northam and Wheatbelt, WA
Northam and Wheatbelt, WA