GRADUATE MINE SURVEYOR – MUPANE GOLD MINING

Job Overview
Reporting to the Mine Surveyor, applicants should hold HND /Degree in Surveying

Specific responsibilities will include:
Assisting in arranging equipment during the planning of survey expeditions.
Carry, assemble, dismantle and maintain surveying equipment, including digital equipment such as GPS and total station.
Assist the Mine Surveyor in acquiring relevant information using various methods including tape or steel band, electronic theodolite and GPS equipment.
Setting up and maintenance of survey control systems for use by mining operations.
Setting out mining control guidelines and benchmarks according to pit/underground designs.
Carry out pit, stockpile and underground volumetric surveys and computations.
Other duties prescribed as necessary by the Mine Surveyor in running the Survey function.
The ideal candidate should have a comprehensive knowledge of the Mines, Quarries, Works and Machinery regula­tions in Botswana and should have a Botswana Land Surveyor Certificate, including a broad understanding of planning, scheduling and surveying concepts, with ability to coach and foster talents in others.

Job Requirements
Well developed communication and interpersonal skills and a “team-oriented” approach to the achievement of tasks
Demonstrate high regard for safe working rules and procedures
Be prepared to work underground
Valid driver’s license
Company
Mupane Gold Mining (Pty) Ltd (MGM) is a 100% owned subsidiary of the Canadian TSX Mupane Gold Mining (Pty) Ltd (MGM) is a 100% owned subsidiary of the Canadian TSX Venture exchange listed company GALANE GOLD LTD, a gold producer and explorer with its operations in the Republic of Botswana. The Mupane gold mine is located approximately 50 kilometres by road from Francistown in North Eastern of Botswana. In continuous operation since 2005, MGM has recently increased the operational life of mine and exploration activities are on-going to determine if there are further opportunities to develop additional resources.

Closing date and application instructions
The ideal candidate should have a comprehensive knowledge of the Mines, Quarries, Works and Machinery regulations in Botswana and a broad understanding of mine planning, scheduling and surveying concepts, with ability to coach and foster talents in others.

Apply in confidence with full CV to: Human Resources Superintendent

Mupane Gold Mine

P/Bag F86

Francistown

Or Email: mupane.recruitment@galanegold.com

Closing date: 14th August 2017

NB: Correspondence will only be made with shortlisted candidates