Kinross gold corporation career opportunities 2


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Kinross is a Canadian-based international mining company with mines and projects in Canada, United States, Brazil, Chile, Ecuador, Russian and Wast Africa. This is a presentation about this great mining company and the current available career opportunities.

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Kinross gold corporation career opportunities 2

  2. 2. Kinross is a Canadian-based gold mining company with mines and projects in Canada, the United States, Brazil, Chile, Ecuador, Russia and West Africa, employing approximately 7,500 people worldwide. Kinross is guided in their efforts by a philosophy called The Kinross Way: this defines who the are, what they stand for, and how they work at their sites and offices around the world. The Kinross Way is founded on four core values which shape their behavior and culture: putting people first; outstanding corporate citizenship; high performance culture; and rigorous financial discipline. THE KINROSS WAY
  4. 4. CAPITAL PROJECTS ACCOUNTANT Capital Projects Accountant is responsible for providing basic support to the Capital Projects Department and ensuring accurate and complete accumulation of financial data for financial reports; support senior accounting staff and mentor Administrative Assistants. Qualifications & Skills Requirements Bachelor’s degree in business, accounting or related financial field with 1-3 years of relevant work experience required Knowledge of computer based systems, generally accepted accounting principles and the ability to interpret and implement corporate policies and procedure s are essential. JD Edwards experience a plus General understanding of mining operations, as well as limited understanding of milling and maintenance operations. Essential Functions Assist Capital Project Accounting Manager with monthly accounting functions, including but not limited to month-end, quarter-end and year-end close and financial reporting, capital planning and AFE documentation, fixed asset accounting and operational cost analysis Prepare and process journal entries related to a variety of accounting tasks Analyze, interpret and reconcile information, such as balance sheet accounts, and capital asset Respond to a variety of internal and external request regarding accounts payable and accounting information. Prepare communication materials, analysis and supporting documentation for a variety of accounting inquiries .
  5. 5. SENIOR MINE ENGINEER This position will be responsible for carrying out a full range of engineering functions, including, but not limited to: development of an accurate mineral model, generation of mineable pit designs, analyzing equipment needs, managing multiple projects, creation of alternative mine plans and evaluations of various operational scenarios with the goal of maximizing revenue. Minimum Qualifications & Skill Requirements: Experience in open pit mine planning or project management with B.S. in Mine Engineering or equivalent experience desired Minimum of five years experience in a mining environment is preferred Thorough working knowledge and skills with a computer utilizing word processing and spreadsheet programs Experience in supervising personnel is preferred Must have strong verbal, writing, analytical and presentation skills Prior knowledge of equipment dispatch system(s) is preferred Experience with Minesight 3D and Xeras financial modeling a plus This position is currently working a day shift schedule Must be at least 18 years old with a valid driver license Must be presently authorized to work in the United States
  7. 7. SENIOR MINE ENGINEER To oversee activities related to mine engineering with significant strategic impact and to ensure that service and operating standards are met. To design and develop mine engineering processes, practices and methodologies. To initiate and undertake mine engineering projects to optimize performance and to ensure adherence to industry regulations and organizational standards. Key Areas of Responsibility & Duties: To oversee activities related to a system, program or process in mine engineering To analyze information and prepare technical documents to support decision making To communicate information related to mine engineering and to mentor others To lead project teams and internal task forces Responsible to manage the Environmental Health and Safety Management system. Minimum Qualifications & Skills: BA or BSc in Mining Engineering or equivalent work experience Additional specialized education of up to 4 years including masters level degree or equivalent Formal professional designation in appropriate area of expertise More than 8 years of related work experience
  8. 8. SENIOR RESOURCE MODELER Under the direction of the Chief Geologist, the Senior Geologist is responsible for mine geology and/or exploration duties as required. Key Areas of Responsibility & Duties: Database compilation. Site geology modeling. Block modeling. Grade estimation/interpolation. Document and report methods and results. Responsible to manage the Environmental Health and Safety Management system in his/her areas of responsibility. Minimum Qualifications & Skills: A Bachelor’s degree in geologic sciences is required. Must have at least five years experience in mine and/or exploration geology engaging in data analysis, compilation and 3D modeling Must possess advanced technical skills in geology and have knowledge of ore deposit models. Must be skilled in geologic and alteration mapping. Skilled in word processing and spreadsheet programs. Must have excellent Technical Writing skills. Aptitude for geostatistics and data analysis Must be currently authorized to work for any employer within the United States
  10. 10. CHIEF ENGINEER To lead the execution of the strategy for engineering and to ensure alignment with the organization’s overall strategy. To ensure continued growth of engineering, to maximize operational efficiencies and profitability, and to cultivate exceptional stakeholder and employee satisfaction. Key Areas of Responsibility & Duties Executes short and intermediate-term strategies that the support the growth of engineering; ensures strategies are concretely linked to the organization’s overall strategy Develops systems and measures that appropriately assess engineering’s performance and reviews progress to ensure achievement of targets Manages the human, financial, and operational resources of engineering Formulates the annual operating and capital budgets for engineering, consistent with financial guidelines and business planning process Reviews daily operating plans with the Technical Services Manager and General Mine Foreman to establish production priorities. Coordinates engineering assignments with respect to those priorities, and assigns workloads to the engineering staff to ensure sufficient support for mine operations Coordinates ore control, production reporting, project engineering, mine modeling, mine design, and mine planning activities with overall mine plans and production schedules
  11. 11. CHIEF ENGINEER Develops / reviews quarterly, annual, and life-of-mine budgets for all mines within the operational unit Represents the company in requests for bids to perform capital earthwork and site construction projects Assists in the development of contract documents. Supervises contractors and engineers assigned to the contract. Coordinates the work of contractors and consultants as required Manages tailings dam construction to ensure uninterrupted milling Implements processes, policies, systems, and practices within engineering that maximize safety, operational efficiencies, and competitive advantage Acts as a change agent and project sponsor for key initiatives; models organizational values, sets the cultural tone, and prioritizes business goals Collaborates with senior management to identify and analyze business requirements and the implications for the team; identifies gaps and implements agreed upon solutions Provides overall advice and technical perspective to the department and site management Supervises the development and / or application of computer programs which allow the engineering section to operate more efficiently
  12. 12. CHIEF ENGINEER Updates the Mine Manger and the General Manager with daily, weekly, and monthly reports Identifies strategies and key performance goals and acts as an advisor to direct reports; works to overcome challenges and barriers, and minimize risk Sets performance targets and measures, monitors and manages the overall performance of the function and direct reports Minimum Qualifications & Skill Requirements BSC in Mine Engineering Formal professional designation in appropriate area of expertise 5 - 8 years of related work experience Experience managing senior employees Knowledge of engineering techniques as they apply to ore body evaluation and mine operations A thorough understanding of mining and the integration of the mining, milling, and maintenance functions A thorough understanding of contract administration
  13. 13. KINROSS GOLD CORPORATION <ul><li>Ronald Hollins – Recruitment Consultant - HR Advantages </li></ul><ul><li>[email_address] </li></ul>