The Mine Technical Service Team in Aitik consist of 15 professionals that assists the production area with engineering and geological support needed for the operations. Our team works in close collaboration with other departments and sections and are responsible for mine planning, mine maps, geology, technology and development areas. The section consists of teams specialized in Mine Geology, Mine Survey, Mine Planning, Drill & Blast Engineering, Production Engineering and Geotechnology & Geohydrology.
Your main task is short-term planning of the mine production and/or dump planning. This means that from the three-month plan, you draw up a more detailed production plan containing, among other things, drilling, blasting, loading and transport, tonnage for crushing, milling and maintenance activities. The short-term plan forms the basis for production management and contains everything that affects production. Your responsibility will be to optimize production so that the three-month plan and budget are achieved. You will also contribute to the development of working methods and the implementation of software for short-term planning. As a mine planner, you will join the mine planning team. You will, therefore, also perform other tasks in CAD or other tasks related to mine planning. This position is a full-time permanent position based in Aitik.
We are looking for you who have a mining engineering education or as the company sees as equivalent. Experience in the mining industry, open pit operations, mine planning, and mine production is meritorious. Previous experience in mine planning in open pits and using Deswik or equivalent for mine design and scheduling software is an advantage. You have the ability to create high-quality mine plans and effectively communicate planning objectives.
As a person, you are open, result oriented and communicative. You are structured, thorough and have good collaborative skills. You like to work independently as well as in a team. You want to participate in developing ways of working and optimizing production. The work requires good knowledge of Swedish (or willingness to learn) and English, both spoken and written. Category B driving license is a requirement.
You who apply share our fundamental values; care, courage and responsibility. We strive for diversity among our employees with regard to gender, age, ethnicity, etc. With us, all employees actively participate to achieve a safe and good working environment, work environment issues have the highest priority.
Further information is provided by Mine Planning Manager Serkan Erkara +46 70 811 06 77 or email@example.com.
We work actively to increase diversity in our workplace and welcome all applicants. Your application will be processed in accordance with the GDPR. The application with CV is submitted via the application icon "Apply" in the advertisement on our website www.boliden.com – Career – Vacancies.
Questions regarding your application are answered by HR Miciel Wennström +46(0)70 203 96 60 firstname.lastname@example.org
Application deadline is 25th February 2024
Selection and interviews are ongoing, and the position may be filled before the last application date.
Contact from recruitment and staffing companies is avoided as we handle the recruitment ourselves.
For more than 90 years, Boliden has been exploring, extracting and processing base metals and precious metals. Our production is based on experience, innovation and modern technology, developed in collaboration with Nordic technology and engineering companies. Today, we are an industry leader in terms of sustainable metal production from deposits to recycling used metals.
Boliden’s long-term climate target is to produce metals with a low carbon footprint. Supporting the Paris Agreement, Boliden has targeted to reduce its CO2 intensity with 40% until 2030. Substantial investments are made to reach the target, striving to increase energy efficiency and to decrease the usage of fossil fuels. Boliden wants to set an example for the mining and metals industry to produce minerals with a low impact on nature and climate.