We are looking for a Field Project Coordinator to plan, manage, and oversee the delivery of operational and logistical support services across multiple projects so that all support resources, facilities, and services are provided for safe and effective field operations (e.
g. drills, remote camps, site preparation). This role requires the ability to travel to remote project locations within the United States and Canada, and at times on a 21 day schedule, followed by 7 days of leave.
This role is a great opportunity to support multi-disciplinary field teams and provide technical / operational advice to exploration projects operating in the United States and Canada.
Manage all equipment and oversee the storage of equipment and ensure an efficient and effective equipment management system is used with inventories as required.
participate in project planning, risk assessment and related activities. Significant role in problem solving associated with implementing HSEC standards for the District / Projects.
Identifies and decides what level of intervention is required to mitigate risks. Participate as a member of the District RTX operational support and logistics team to prioritise, coordinate and deploy resources, including staff, contractors and equipment, to address planned and changing support needs across a number of projects.
Collaborate to solve common problems and share solutions and learnings. To succeed in this role, you will have : Trade certificate with relevant experience, technology diploma or University degree (asset).
Excellent problem solving skills to develop and apply creative approaches to a range of operational problems (eg. technical, logistical, terrain, equipment, staff and contractor management, health and safety, environment, community and stakeholder, government liaison, legal and compliance issues) Well-
Strong communication and representational skills Demonstrated ability to develop strong and productive working relationships with a wide range of people including within a cross cultural, multi-
language environment. The ability to develop and manage budgets. Ability to travel to remote project locations within the United States and Canada, and at times on a 21 day schedule, followed by 7 days of leave Rio Tinto's Exploration group seeks to create value for the business by discovering or acquiring new mineral resources.
Organized into four regional teams (Americas, Australasia, Africa-Europe and Eurasia), the Exploration group provides both a global reach and a local presence across a range of commodities including bauxite, copper, coking coal, iron ore, nickel and uranium.
Our long history is filled with firsts. We’ve developed some of the world’s largest and best quality mines and operations, and our people work in around 35 countries across six continents.
Aluminium and copper, diamonds, gold and industrial minerals, iron ore, coal and uranium : our materials make up the world around us.
You’ll find them in smartphones, planes, cars, hospitals and throughout your home. We are a diverse team of talented, enthusiastic individuals who foster a culture of inclusion.
No matter how they may differ, our people share one thing in common. It’s a belief that work is more rewarding when we are accepted and valued for our differences, not judged by them.
We all have something to contribute, and it’s this contribution that makes for a great organization and fulfilling career.