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Operations Manager, SCE Recycling [Kemblawarra]

Operations Manager, SCE Recycling [Kemblawarra]

The SCE Group has served the Illawarra and Hunter Regions for over 50 years and has diverse operations throughout Australia, comprising businesses in heavy industries, resources extraction, waste and recycling. We have an impressive reputation for commitment to safety, quality and business integrity in highly competitive markets.

We have an immediate permanent position for an Operations Manager located at our Kemblawarra Recycling Facility. As the Operations Manager you will have full commercial responsibility for the business unit.

Reporting to the SCE Materials and Recycling Divisional Manager, key responsibilities will include:

  • the management and safe operation of all employees and contractors on site; 
  • the management, safe operation and maintenance coordination of mobile plant and equipment onsite, including Crushing and Screening plants, Loaders, Excavators, and Blending Plants;
  • compliance with all WHS&E legislation and SCE company policy and procedures; and 
  • creating and managing scopes of work to deliver daily outcomes in accordance with work, health, safety, environmental, financial and quality assurance requirements.

As a highly organised individual you will have the ability to manage multiple projects at any one time whilst building and maintaining robust relationships with all stakeholders.

This role demands a high workload and requires a highly motivated and highly organised person committed to the commercial success of the business.

Exposure to the Mines Health and Safety Act, would be advantageous.

Applicants with a background in a similar role with a minimum 1-2 years’ experience are encouraged to apply.

Remuneration will be negotiable with the successful applicant and will include a company vehicle. Excellent opportunities exist for advancement in a progressive and highly regarded organisation.

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