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Jul 222017
 

1. African Mining Services

African Mining Services (AMS) is one of the largest Contract Mining Company’s in Africa with established support networks in Africa, Australia and Europe. AMS is a wholly owned subsidiary of Ausdrill Limited, a publicly listed Australian Company (ASX: ASL).

AMS offers contract surface mining and exploration drilling services to the mining industry throughout West Africa in Ghana, Mali, Burkina Faso and Cote D’Ivoire through African Mining Services, and in East Africa in Tanzania and Zambia through Ausdrill International. AMS has provided mining services since 1996 and Ausdrill the parent company has established operations in Africa since 1991.

a. Assistant IT Support Technicians

b. Help Desk Support Technicians

c. IT Systems Administrator

d. Purchasing Officer – Francophone

 

2. Gold Fields

Gold Fields Limited is a globally diversified producer of gold with eight operating mines in Australia, Ghana, Peru and South Africa with attributable annual gold-equivalent production of approximately 2.2 million ounces.
It has attributable gold Mineral Reserves of around 48 million ounces and gold Mineral Resources of around 101 million ounces. Attributable copper Mineral Reserves total 454 million pounds and Mineral Resources 5,813 million pounds.

a. Metallurgical Manager

b. Unit Manager – Safety & Occupational Hygiene

 

3. Group of Schools

a. Notredame International School (2017 Recommended Jobs)

b. Primary Teacher, International Curriculum at Golden Star

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