Base Titanium Limited is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Australian and UK-listed resources company, Base Resources Limited (ASX and AIM: BSE). Located in Kwale County, 50km south of Mombasa, it operates Kenya’s largest mine, which was officially awarded flagship project status under Kenya’s Vision 2030 national development blueprint.
Construction at the Kwale Project was completed at the end of 2013 and the first bulk shipment of ilmenite departed from Mombasa in February 2014. The mine is currently producing 455,000 tonnes of ilmenite; 85,000 tonnes, or 14% of the world’s.
Base is committed to providing a learning environment which provides exceptional on the job opportunities to transfer academic knowledge into a real work environment. Our attachment programme is designed so ongoing students can learn from experts, practice their trade and create a foundation for their future careers.
In this intake we will select 10 students to participate in our 3-month programme.
Disciplines we are looking for include:
Note: Diploma holders may be considered where no suitable degree holder is identified.
Requirements:To be considered for a place on the Attachment Programme applicants must:
As interest in this programme is normally high, we strongly encourage applicants to lodge their application with the OHS & Training Manager via the link below or drop off at the HR Desk or at the main gate and ensure they meet and address all the requirements of the online application process. Only applications which meet the above criteria will be considered and preference will be given to suitable candidates who are from mine affected areas.
Applications close 8th December 2019 and only those shortlisted for an interview will be contacted.
Base is an equal opportunity employer and encourages all qualified candidates to apply.
Interested and qualified? Go to Base Titanium career website on www.teamiq.com to apply