Village Supervisor

 
  • Fortescue Metals Group Ltd
  • Australia, WA
  • Sep 15, 2021
Science, Engineering, Maths Full-time

Job Description:

Fortescue is now consistently producing more than 175 - 180 million tonnes of iron ore per year and has an exciting future ahead, establishing itself for future growth in a global market through innovation, product diversification and asset development.

Village Supervisor

Work location: Across all sites

Roster: 8D/6R – FIFO ex Perth

We are currently seeking a highly motivated Village Supervisor to join our operations. Reporting to the Village Services Superintendent, you will be responsible for executing the day to day operations and leading a team to ensure Fortescue villages operate in accordance with Fortescue’s requirements.

Key Accountabilities:

About You

You will demonstrate a high level of professionalism when dealing with our residents, visitors, and village staff. Your motivation to succeed will be matched with the ability to build and support teams and be a safety leader.

You will understand of the full range of village operations required for a small village and be able to prioritise and allocate works utilising the allocated labour.

You will have the ability to identify areas for improvement and implement systems, policies and procedures. Your initiative and ability to take ownership of the role will mean you are diligent, with excellent attention to detail.

Desired Qualifications and Skills:

At Fortescue, we treat our team mates as though they are family. We appreciate everyone’s contribution and know that a diverse workforce creates a safer, more engaged and productive working environment.

Our aim is to have a workforce that reflects the community in which we live, and we encourage females, Aboriginal Australians, those identifying as LGBTIQ+, people of all ages and culturally diverse backgrounds to apply for this role.

www.fmgl.com.au/jobs-at-fortescue

Fortescue reserves the right to close applications early should a suitable pool of candidates be identified.