Job Vacancy For Conveyor Belt Slicer At Keegan Resources Ghana Ltd



This is a challenging and professionally rewarding opportunity that will allow the successful candidate to demonstrate his/her abilities.

Position: CONVEYOR BELT SPLICER

Key Responsibilities:

• Removal and installing of conveyor belts on conveyor installations;
• Splicing of conveyor belts;
• Clean conveyor belt and remove debris;
• Daily inspection and maintenance of conveyor belts;
• Perform other related duties that may be assigned by supervisor.

Qualification Required & Experience

•   Minimum of Middle School Leaving Certificate or Junior High School Certificate with NVTI grade 1 in relevant discipline;
•   Certificate in conveyor belt operation;
•   2-­? 3 years working experience as a Belt Splicer in a processing plant;
•   Well developed oral and written communication skills as well as ability to interact with people of diverse culture;
•   A team player with good interpersonal and problem solving skills;
•   Should be able to work with less supervision; and
•   A valid driving license and proficiency in driving light vehicle.

Location: Esaase

How To Apply For The Job

When applying, please follow the guidelines below to maximise the success of your application:

•   Include an introductory paragraph in your covering letter explaining why you believe you are suited to the role you are applying for
•   Limit your CV to 4 pages
•   Your CV must include demographic detail, qualifications, work experience and a minimum of two referees
•   List your most recent positions first
•   Include copies of relevant, original certificates and academic records

Applications, together with detailed curriculum vitae and proof of qualifications, should be submitted by the deadline date to:

Unit Manager – HR Administration,
Keegan Resources (Ghana) Ltd.
No. 4, Sir ArkuKorsah Road,
Airport Residential Area,
P. O. Box CT 6153,
Accra-Ghana.

Or email:

[email protected]

Please put the job title you are applying for in the email subject line.

Closing Date: 24 August, 2015