Thursday, 26 November 2020

Ajira Mpya Barrick Gold Mine, Environment Officer

Bulyanhulu Gold Mine is seeking to recruit Environmental Officer to join our team. The successful candidate for this position is expected to align to the Barrick DNA and drive a change within his team and the business and the overall objective of this position is to co-ordinate, direct and organize systems and team effort and provide leadership to ensure compliance and conformity to the national environmental legislation and company requirements.

Reporting to: Senior Environmental Officer

Work Schedule: 5 Days On / 2 Days Off

Duration: Permanent

    Implementation of the sampling programs and data collection for water quality, air quality, noise & vibration, meteorological
    Gather monthly HSEC/Sustainability data from all departments, compile the spreadsheet reports and complete QA/QC for the data
    Collect data and information for hydrogeological and geochemical studies and monitoring activities
    Conduct quarterly water sampling & microbiological tests for potable water
    Proper use and up keeping of the site environmental laboratory
    Update and transfer monitoring data in appropriate databases and undertake QAQC
    Maintain the sitewide chemical register, update the register of expired chemicals
    Conduct quarterly hazardous material inspections
    Maintain the calibration of all monitoring equipment
    Capture all monitoring information in GIS
    Undertake tasks related other environmental programs at the mine including rehabilitation, waste and hazardous material management; and vector control
    Collect data and information for biodiversity and rehabilitation monitoring
    Participate in the implementation of ISO14001 EMS, undertake weekly inspections of departments and contractors and produce reports
    Follow up of environmental actions at the assigned department to ensure continual improvement
    Compile data for the sitewide environmental reports – weekly, monthly, quarterly and annual environmental monitoring reports
    Oversee and supervise the activities of the field technicians and waste management operators.


    Bachelor degree in Environmental Engineering, or Environmental Management from a reputable University
    Professional registration with NEMC as Environmental Expert (EIA and Auditing) is an added advantage
    Computer literacy is essential – Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, etc. The use of GIS and other specialized software’s for environmental management will be an added advantage

    Minimum of 2 years’ experience in environmental management in the extractive industry
    Understanding of the ISO 14001 certified environmental management system
    Experience and ability to work long hours in a remote site environment will be an added advantage


    Computer literacy is essential – Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, etc. The use of GIS and other specialized software’s for environmental management will be an added advantage
    Ability to deal with large amounts of data, with a high level of accuracy
    Knowledge and understanding environmental legislation particularly in the Tanzanian mining industry and regulatory set up.
    Environmental problems solving and, analytical skills
    Excellent communication  and report writing skills, both technical and non-technical
    Must be a motivated individual with the ability to operate with minimum supervision
    Strong values and commitment to safety and environmental protection

    A comprehensive compensation package including bonuses, benefits, and where applicable.
    Ability to make a difference and lasting impact.
    Work in a dynamic, collaborative, progressive, and high-performing team.
    Opportunities to grow and learn with the industry colleagues are endless.

Applicants are invited to submit their CV’s/Resume’s, careful read application guidelines

Rename your CV in this format CV – YOUR FULL NAME

Indicating the role title “ENVIRONMENTAL OFFICER “ in the subject of your email

Send your application via email to:

If you are not contacted by Barrick- Bulyanhulu Gold Mine LTD within thirty (30) days after the closing date, you should consider your application as unsuccessful.  Shortlisted candidates may be subjected to any of the following: security clearance; competency assessment; physical capability assessment, reference checking.

Please forward applications before 30th November   2020

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