Rio Tinto is a world leader in mining and metals companies sector, whose mission is to find, exploit and process the mineral resources of the earth in order to maximize value for its shareholders. In everything we do, we take full account of the future. Our employees can take advantage of opportunities, a culture of openness and diversity and responsible work environment conducive to their development.
We are a diverse team of talented and enthusiastic people that promote a culture of inclusion. Whatever their differences, our employees have one thing in common: they believe that work is more rewarding when we are accepted and valued for our differences, and not judged them. We can all make a contribution, and that is what makes our company great, and our career rewarding.
We are looking for a (an) electrical planner for the plant powders that can take responsibility for the detailed planning of the electrical department of the factory in strict accordance with the maintenance management process and different maintenance strategies of assets.
In service for over 60 years, Rio Tinto Iron and Titanium (RTFT) extract ilmenite deposits in hard rock or accumulations in ancient beach sands. RTFT offers exciting career opportunities in the open pit, the metallurgical complex and its port facilities in Quebec.
This position provides an excellent opportunity to cooperate in the planning of major stops and oversee various technical issues and follow up with contractors. You will also occasionally supervising unionized employees. You will work on a schedule of 5 working days, 2 days off and will report to the Superintendent, you will have the following tasks:
|Position||Electric- planner powder|
|Location of Job||Sorel-Tracy - Quebec|
|Last Date to Apply||01 December 2016|
Rio Tinto is a leading global mining and metals company. Our focus is on finding, mining and processing the Earth's mineral resources in order to maximise value for our shareholders.
We have the people, capabilities and resources to supply a world hungry for metals and minerals. Construction, communication, recreation, transport, healthcare and renewable energy: all these industries, and many more, rely on the products we supply.
|Experience||Minimum of five (5) years of relevant experience in heavy industry|
|Qualification||A college degree in electrical engineering, instrumentation & control or equivalent|