Lowongan Kerja Luar Negeri; Coal Mining Industry

20 Juni 2008


Company Description
Our Reputed client is looking for suitable applicants to fill the following position:

For more jobs and information about our Company, please visit our website: www.anekaresources.com

Head of Health, Safety & Environment Division (Coal Mining Industry)

Job Responsibilities:

- Carrying out routine inspection & nvestigating complaints to ensure compliance with health & safety legislation.

- Perform administrative duties as related to the safety programs and training.

- Ensure compliance with all applicable internal / governmental regulations for transportations, air, wastewater, hazardous waste, storm & any other applicable regulation.

- Investigating complaints of unsafe workplaces & attending accidents to identify areas of negligence within working area.

- Taking water samples to maintain and improve standards in public area.

- Lead the facility by setting an impeccable example in quality, environmental and safety commitment.

- Guides the facility to preferred workplace status by working closely and respectfully with employees in quality, environmental and safety.

Job Requirement:

- Good communication skill

- Graduated from hyperkes or other related department.

- Attended Safety, health & environment training

- At least 5-6 years experience in a similar role, preferably in coal mining company.

- Good English and computer skill

Working Location:Vietnam

Please email detailed cv in Ms word to teohm@anekaresources.com indicating the following information:

a. Photo in jpg format

b. Date of birth (ddmmyyyy)

c. Marital Status

d. Race/Ethnicity

e. Current salary in rupiah

f. Expected salary in rupiah

g. Reasons of leaving current employer

h. Date of availability/ Notice period

i. Reporting structure (To whom you report to & how many staff under your supervision....etc)

k. If you are not working in Jakarta, kindly indicate number of days you need to travel to Jakarta for interview

l. Language(s) spoken & written

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