Two Engineers/Science Graduates for Inspection and Technical Department under the Mineral Licence and Safety Authority
The Inspection and Technical Department under the Mineral Licence and Safety Authority is looking for new employees / special advisors
Do you want to work in an internationally focused organization that deals with mineral exploration and exploitation? Do you want to ensure that the exploitation of raw materials in Greenland is made responsibly in terms of health and safety? Then a job as a mining engineer / engineer / science graduate at the Inspection and Technical Department something for you!
Start date is March 1, 2021 or by agreement.
About the position and us
The increasing development in the level of activity surrounding mineral exploration in Greenland means that the Mineral Licence and Safety Authority seeks for two mining engineers / engineers / science graduated to assist in the administrative work of exploitation projects, exploration projects and inspections related thereto.
The high interest from the mineral industry means that the scale of tasks increases and the Mineral Licence and Safety Authority plays a key role in this development, which you can be a part of.
The Inspection and Technical Department is responsible for the technical authority tasks associated with the companies that have applied for and have been granted to exploit a mineral deposit, whereas the work will mainly be of an administrative character. The department primarily works to ensure that the exploitation of minerals in Greenland is carried out properly in terms of health and safety. In addition, the department carries out approvals and inspections in connection with larger exploration activities.
The department works closely with the other agencies of the Mineral Licence and Safety Authority concerning authorities processing small-scale, exploration and exploitation permits for minerals.
The Mineral Licence and Safety Authority is located in Nuuk with approx. 15 employees divided into 3 departments: Inspection and Technical Department, Licence Department and Department of Analysis and Control. The Inspection and Technical Department is headed by a head of department and is rated for 4 employees. The Mineral Licence and Safety Authority is under the Ministry of Mineral Resources, Labour and the Interior.
Read more about the Ministry at www.naalakkersuisut.gl and about the Mineral Licence and Safety Authority at www.govmin.gl. We are located in Nuuk, where there are many opportunities to go hunting, fishing, sailing, hiking, skiing and other outdoor activities. The town has approx. 18,000 inhabitants and many cultural offers, including cinema, cultural center, golf course, swimming pool and more. - See more at www.sermersooq.gl and www.greenland.com.
Working hours are 40 hours per week.
We are looking for dedicated and skilled employees who, through the daily work of authority processing, will actively contribute to ensure a health and safe-friendly exploitation of the raw minerals. You are interested in the Greenlandic mineral resource sector and the exciting challenges it includes and wish to be part of the future development.
We expect you:
You must expect extra work in periods and travel activities in and outside of Greenland. In addition, you must be prepared to participate in relevant training/education and have the ability and desire to acquire new skills.
It will be emphasized if you, as a minimum, have a graduate degree. For applicants outside of Greenland, there will also be emphasis on the ability, willingness and desire to work and live under other cultural conditions than familiar surroundings.
Applicants with qualifications/skills to get special advisor supplement will be set to it.
Salary and terms of hire
Salary and employment, including the right to connection and severance travel and furniture removal costs, is determined in accordance with the current agreement between the Government of Greenland and relevant union.
Depending on your qualifications, skills and experience, there may be the opportunity for employment as a Special Advisor.
Staff accommodation is not assigned to the position.
To learn more about the position please contact the Head of the Inspection and Technical Department Qupanuk Olsen, phone +299 34 68 13, e-mail: email@example.com
For further information about Greenland, read more on www.naalakkersuisut.gl, under About Greenland.
The application must be received by the Mineral Licence and Safety Authority no later than January 22, 2021.
Job interviews will take place on an ongoing basis and no later than week 4 in 2021.
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