DIFFERENT JOB POSITIONS AT SINGLE PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION UNIT-RMB

1. Mining Engineers _Contractual

 

Job description

The mineral field officers will work for professionalization of the sector through the following key specific tasks at the area of deployment: – To ensure the high level of compliance of mining/quarries operators with mining law, regulations and health and safety standards in exploration and exploitationactivities through adequate inspections; – To provide technical support for all mineral/quarries exploitation operators – To provide technical support to districts leaders for management of mines and quarries within their districts – Conduct inquiries and investigations on mine/quarry accidents and incidents and report accordingly; – To assess and mitigate any potential risk of health, safety, fraud, illegal mining and environment damage; – To monitor and ensure the compliance with procedures for implementing the mineral traceability scheme in Rwanda – Certify the legitimate source of minerals; – To ensure a good management of Employer’s assets (Computer, camera, scanner, GPS, et,…) – To submit weekly and monthly reports or any urgent information to the supervisor; – To abide by the code of conduct as it is provided for by the Employer; – To perform any task assigned by supervisor.

  • Minimum Qualifications

    • Bachelor’s Degree in Mining

      Experience: 0

    • Bachelor’s Degree in Mining and Mineral Processing

      Experience: 0

    Competency and Key Technical Skills

    • Integrity

    • Strong critical thinking skills and excellent problem solving skills.

    • Inclusiveness

    • Accountability

    • Communication

    • Teamwork

    • Client/citizen focus

    • Professionalism

    • Commitment to continuous learning

    • GIS skills with two or more GIS packages

    • Knowledge and practical experience of the Rwanda Mining industry is added advantage

    • Good communication, analytical, team working, time management, computer and innovative skills are important

    • Good track ethical record is also essential

    • Readiness to be deployed at any district in Rwanda

2. Geologists _Contractual

Job description

The mineral field officers will work for professionalization of the sector through the following key specific tasks at the area of deployment:
– To ensure the high level of compliance of mining/quarries operators with mining law, regulations and health and safety standards in exploration and exploitation activities through adequate inspections;
– To provide technical support for all mineral/quarries exploration operators
– To provide technical support to districts leaders for management of mines and quarries within their districts
– Conduct inquiries and investigations on mine/quarry accidents and incidents and report accordingly;
– To assess and mitigate any potential risk of health, safety, fraud, illegal mining and environment damage;
– To monitor and ensure the compliance with procedures for implementing the mineral traceability scheme in Rwanda
– Certify the legitimate source of minerals;
– To ensure a good management of Employer’s assets (Computer, camera, scanner, GPS, et, …)
– To submit weekly and monthly reports or any urgent information to the supervisor;
– To abide by the code of conduct as it is provided for by the Employer;
– To perform any task assigned by supervisor.

  • Minimum Qualifications

    • Bachelor’s Degree in Geology

      Experience: 0

    Competency and Key Technical Skills

    • Integrity

    • Strong critical thinking skills and excellent problem solving skills.

    • Inclusiveness

    • Accountability

    • Communication

    • Teamwork

    • Client/citizen focus

    • Professionalism

    • Commitment to continuous learning

    • GIS skills with two or more GIS packages

    • Knowledge and practical experience of the Rwanda Mining industry is added advantage

    • Good communication, analytical, team working, time management, computer and innovative skills are important

    • Good track ethical record is also essential

    • Readiness to be deployed at any district in Rwanda

3. Metallurgists _Contractual

Job description

The metallurgists as mineral field officers will work for professionalization of the sector through the following key specific tasks at the area of deployment:
– To ensure the high level of compliance of mineral processors, traders and smelters with mining law, regulations and health and safety standards and other relevant laws and regulations through adequate inspections;
– To provide technical support for all mineral/quarries trading and processing operators
– To provide technical support to districts leaders for management of mines and quarries within their districts
– To provide technical support to districts leaders for management of mines and quarries within their districts
– Conduct inquiries and investigations on any poor practice and report accordingly;
– To assess and mitigate any potential risk of health, safety, fraud and environment damage;
– To monitor and ensure the compliance with procedures for implementing the mineral traceability scheme in Rwanda
– Certify the legitimate source of minerals;
– To ensure a good management of Employer’s assets (Computer, camera, scanner, GPS, et, …)
– To submit weekly and monthly reports or any urgent information to the supervisor;
– To abide by the code of conduct as it is provided for by the Employer;
– To perform any task assigned by supervisor.

  • Minimum Qualifications

    • Bachelor’s Degree in Metallurgy

      Experience: 0

    Competency and Key Technical Skills

    • Integrity

    • Strong critical thinking skills and excellent problem solving skills.

    • Inclusiveness

    • Accountability

    • Communication

    • Teamwork

    • Client/citizen focus

    • Professionalism

    • Commitment to continuous learning

    • GIS skills with two or more GIS packages

    • Knowledge and practical experience of the Rwanda Mining industry is added advantage

    • Good communication, analytical, team working, time management, computer and innovative skills are important

    • Good track ethical record is also essential

    • Readiness to be deployed at any district in Rwanda

4. Environmentalists _Contractual

Job description

The mineral field officers will work for professionalization of the sector through the following key specific tasks at the area of deployment:
– To ensure the high level of compliance of mining/quarries operators with environment law and regulations and health and safety standards in exploration and exploitation activities through adequate inspections in conjunction with mining engineers and geologists of RMB.
– To provide technical support in the area of environment for all mineral/quarries exploration and exploitation operators in critical water catchments such Nyabarongo, sebeya , secoko, etc
– To provide technical support to districts leaders for management of mines and quarries within their districts
– Conduct inquiries and investigations on mine/quarry accidents and incidents and report accordingly;
– To assess and mitigate any potential risk of health, safety, fraud, illegal mining and environment damage;
– To monitor and ensure the compliance with procedures for implementing the mineral traceability scheme in Rwanda
– Certify the legitimate source of minerals;
– To ensure a good management of Employer’s assets (Computer, camera, scanner, GPS, et, …)
– To submit weekly and monthly reports or any urgent information to the supervisor;
– To abide by the code of conduct as it is provided for by the Employer;
– To perform any task assigned by supervisor.

  • Minimum Qualifications

    • Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Engineering and Sanitation

      Experience: 0

    • Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Chemistry

      Experience: 0

    Competency and Key Technical Skills

    • Integrity

    • Strong critical thinking skills and excellent problem solving skills.

    • Inclusiveness

    • Accountability

    • Communication

    • Teamwork

    • Client/citizen focus

    • Professionalism

    • Commitment to continuous learning

    • GIS skills with two or more GIS packages

    • Knowledge and practical experience of the Rwanda Mining industry is added advantage

    • Good communication, analytical, team working, time management, computer and innovative skills are important

    • Good track ethical record is also essential

    • Readiness to be deployed at any district in Rwanda

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