Process Plant Manager

Dragon Mining seeks to be a safe and environmentally responsible company actively engaging with the communities in which it operates.

The company operates a CIL plant and associated infrastructure at Svartliden (the facility). This facility processes concentrate from the companies mines in Finland and will in the near future process ore from the Fäboliden mine in Sweden.

The Process Plant Manager is responsible for the management of safety, production and environmental compliance along with the supervision of personnel at the facility.

Responsible for the management of process and supervision of personnel at the facility in order to deliver the budgeted availability and throughput at required recovery levels safely and while meeting the required environmental requirements.

The Process Plant Manager will be responsible for all activities associated with the facility including; raw material receipt, production, laboratory, security, maintenance, environmental compliance and the management of subcontractors.

The Process Plant Manager will lead and develop the staff through effective performance management, development and training and mentoring including performance appraisal.

Key elements of this role include :

  • Ensure through personal behaviour compliance with EH&S requirements, setting an example to all employees regarding their expected standards of compliance with EH&S requirements
  • Production planning and reporting
  • Staff recruitment and scheduling
  • Identifying and implementing improvements and enhancements to the operation of the facility including the training and development of staff
  • Budget preparation for the facility, implementation and managing expenditure to meet approved budgets
  • Regular Communication with Mill Manager in Finland and other operational managers as appropriate.


Rekrytoija: Dragon Mining (Sweden) AB

Toimipaikka: Dragon Mining (Sweden) AB, Svartliden mine

Kotisivut: www.dragonmining.com/vakanser

Ilmoitus jatetty: 6.2.2018

Haku päättyy: 11.3.2018 klo 23:59

Työ alkaa: 2.4.2018