|Date Posted||May 29, 2019|
Brookwater QLD 4300New Hope Group is a majority Australian-owned and operated diversified energy company which has been proudly based in South East Queensland for more than 60 years. With a core focus on coal, we also have interests in agriculture, oil, port and exploration and are one of Australia’s top 200 ASX listed companies.
New Hope Group is building its Exploration Geology team and with promotion of existing personnel, this role will see you learning and developing practical experience to benefit your existing Geologist experience in what is a very exciting growth phase for New Hope Group.
Based at Corporate Office, it will require regular interaction and travel with our operating sites near Toowoomba, Ipswich, Bowen/Surat basins and the Hunter Valley.
While furthering your Exploration Geologist career, you will be responsible for;
Collecting data from daily field exploration activities, while
Ensuring the effective delivery of validated field data into data acquisition systems and also
Ensuring effective planning of consumables and site sequencing on a hitch basis.
Participating in the implementation of the work process model for safe work practices and production at New Hope Coal.
Participating in the implementation and management of New Hope Coal’s Exploration Safety & Health Management System and safety initiatives to ensure effective and compliant operations.
Responsible for ensuring accurate acquisition and interpretation of the geological/exploration data to ensure the integrity of the data.
You will need:
Relevant experience in Geologist/Exploration role (Vacation experience, Junior Exploration Geologist, Data logging)
Tertiary qualification in Geology
Ability to work autonomously
New Hope is committed to providing a safe and healthy work environment with the core objective that our people go home at the end of the day unharmed. Our company policies are based on principles of merit and equal opportunity. New Hope Group continues to grow our inclusive team, supporting diversity through gender, culture and thought within the organisation.
Applications close 14/06/2019