Take ownership over the complete tenements process; from applications to compliance and land access, right through to objections. Coupling this with your reporting manager’s approach whereby they are hand’s off unless needed, means there’s a genuine ability to make a real mark on this role.
Key will be maintaining a range of external relationships, including within pastoralists, statutory bodies including the Department of Mines, and Native Title Holders. Internally, you will be central to project management of and reporting on collaborations between exploration, legal and approvals around tenement matters.
You can expect to be involved with
- Preparation and lodgement of applications for new tenements, including Form 5 data
- Continued compliance and statutory requirements for existing tenement requirements including renewals, rental payments, conversions & exemptions, reliefs, extensions,
- Lodging objections, drafting access agreements, liaising with legal around submissions
- Administration relevant to tenements; raising purchase orders, rental payments, expenditure statements and internal reporting
Some of the perks;
- Central offices with onsite parking
- Strong salary packaging, plus bonuses
- Option for a weekly WFH day
About you; You will be experienced in tenement management within Western Australian mining with an understanding of Mining Act / Warden’s Court processes. A geology or legal background would benefit but is not required. More important is the people / stakeholder relationship development piece.
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