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Head, Energy & Asset Management

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Position Description:
The Head, Energy & Asset Management provides leadership and direction in delivering effective technical support and approved engineering projects to the Operation and establishes a work environment that is planned and predictable which results in safe and efficient execution of engineering work and drives energy efficiencies.  Effective management of two power stations.
Reporting to the Executive Managing Director, the Head, Energy & Asset Management is responsible for the following:
Technical Support
  • Provides leadership in supporting delivery of the LOM.
  • Owns and controls all the Operation’s technical documentation and standards (electrical,  corrosion, material specs) through a robust change control process.
  • Verifies that the Operations’ plant and equipment is maintained safely and to the standards, specifications, procedures and drawings controlled by the Engineering Function.
  • Sets and drives maintenance planning standards across the organization.
  • Provides framework and verifies site reliability focus on key production equipment to insure performance at or above nameplate.
Project Support
  • Approves the management of change (MOC) process used by the Operations and governs the as-built blue prints.
  • Leads the preparation, prioritization, control and safe execution of a multi-year sustaining capital projects portfolio for the Nevada operations in accordance with relevant processes and standards.
  • Ensures efficient contractor selection process and identifies opportunities for improvement in all sustaining capital projects throughout the course of the project.
  • Drives the consistent expectations, understanding and application of engineering processes with site GM’s and senior leadership.
  • Liaises with corporate stakeholders on best in class opportunities; reports and shares progress with leadership to drive sustainable improvement (Integrated planning).
  • Bachelor’s Degree in an appropriate field (electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, business, etc.)
  • 10 – 15 years progressive mining experience with a strong work emphasis in capital project, maintenance, and asset management.
  • A strong knowledge of engineering methods, procedures and legislative requirements 
  • Demonstrated ability to build and manage relationships and work through influence
  • Demonstrated ability to create strategic plans and monitor their execution
  • Experience in translating business goals into tactical plans
  • Experience in project management
  • Experience in managing power stations
  • Working knowledge of Oracle, AFE approval process and project management systems
  • Understanding of and adherence of environmental permitting process and obligations of existing permits
  • Excellent data and business analysis skills – ability to conduct detailed analysis, define KPIs, provide business logic and calculations, meet reporting requirements, etc.
What We Can Offer You 
  • A comprehensive compensation package including bonuses benefits, and stock purchase plans where applicable
  • Ability to make a difference and lasting impact
  • Work in a dynamic, collaborative, progressive, and high-performing team
  • An Opportunity to transform Traditional Mining into the future of Digital Mining
  • Opportunities to grow and learn with the industry colleagues are endless
  • Access to a variety of career opportunities across our Nevada locations
  • Barrick is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.
Thank you for your application, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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