Peabody Energy

For more than 133 years, Peabody Energy has been powering progress with energy to sustain life and grow economies. As the world’s largest private-sector coal company, we are proud to deliver one of the world’s most abundant, affordable and reliable sources of energy. Peabody’s coal fuels electricity generation for expanding economies and is an essential ingredient in steel manufacturing required by today’s rapid urbanization.

Our mission and values are foundational tenets in how we operate, and we structured this year’s report to align with each core value: Safety, Customer Focus, Leadership, People, Excellence, Integrity and Sustainability.

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Peabody Energy is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Employer and is committed to Diversity in Employment

Peabody Energy Mudgee, New South Wales, Australia
Jan 22, 2018
Full time
About the role: Wilpinjong mine is located in the western coalfields of NSW (48km north-east of Mudgee) in Australia  and produces a high-quality thermal coal for domestic and export markets. We currently require the expertise of an  Environmental Coordinator .     Reporting to the Environment and Community Manager, the preferred candidate will  assist in delivering the commitments and requirements of Wilpinjong’ s Environmental Management Strategy which has been developed to satisfy the commitments of the Wilpinjong Extension Project EIS and conditions of the granted Development Consent.   Key accountabilities: Provide day to day environmental representation and support at Wilpinjong Coal; Manage and coordinate environmental data to satisfy both internal and external reporting requirements. Undertake routine environmental reporting Manage and coordinate environmental contractors; Coordinate site requirements to meet the objectives and commitments of the Pollution Incident Response Management Plan, Noise Management Plan and Air Quality Management Plan. Coordinate regular inspections and report on requirements to ensure environmental and statutory compliance; Contribute to the development of statutory reports/approvals including Annual Environmental Management Report (AEMR) / Annual Review (AR). Maintain communication with internal and external stakeholders, providing feedback as required; Identify, implement, maintain and communicate site’s environmental operating procedures; Coordinate National Pollution Inventory (NPI) reporting; and Undertake environmental projects as required. About you: Bachelor of Environmental Science or equivalent At least one year within the mining or relevant industries in a similar role Ability to positively influence others regarding Environmental and Community Management Knowledge of NSW environmental legislation Experience in EMS At Peabody, we: Commit to safety and health as a way of life Foster a culture of inspiration, innovation, leadership and collaboration Are committed to developing an inclusive and diverse workplace Offer a reward and recognition program Provide professional and technical development opportunities   Support employees to achieve professional accreditation Care for the environment and the community we interact with Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Peabody Energy Singleton, New South Wales, Australia
Jan 22, 2018
Full time
About the role:  We are currently seeking a  Manager Environment & Community  to join the Site Leadership Team (SLT) reporting directly to the  General Manager  at  Wambo .  Our Wambo mine complex is a combined open-cut and underground mine located 30 kilometers west of Singleton that produces metallurgical and thermal coal for export and domestic markets.    Duties will include: Ensure Wambo Coal meets or exceeds the obligations under its various environmental approval such as the Development Consent, Environmental Protection Licence, Mining Leases and Water Licences Provide PEAC with environmental management advice as required. Provide environmental advice on feasibility studies and due diligence on coal properties. Manage and liaise with local landowners Manage and liaise with native title claimants and Registered Aboriginal Parties (RAPs) in relation to native title and cultural heritage To develop a sound business relationship with the NSW EPA, Department of Planning and Department of Resources and Energy (DRE) Providing advice on legislative requirements and best practice management measures; Providing strategic input into the development of the operation; Ensuring ongoing compliance with statutory conditions; Overseeing the administration of the Environmental Management System; Working with local authorities and the community to develop constructive relationships; Production and management of departmental budgets; Leading and developing direct reports Environment Manager will be responsible for all licenced water storage structures Compliance with SAWOLMS About You:   Bachelor degree in Environmental Engineering / Environmental Science or other relevant discipline Demonstrated ability to manage environmental and community matters, while ensuring compliance with all legislative, policy and regulatory requirements. Knowledge of environmental legislative compliance and interpretation across NSW Previous experience in the development, implementation and maintenance of the Environmental Management Systems Auditing and risk management Knowledge of rehabilitation and environmental monitoring programs Use and application of GIS systems (desirable) The ability to communicate well at all levels of the organisation, with excellent verbal and written skills Project and contractor management experience 5+ years’ operational experience within the environmental field   What we offer:   We commit to safety and health as a way of life A culture of inspiration, innovation and collaboration Committed to developing an inclusive and diverse workplace A reward and recognition program Professional and technical development opportunities We take responsibility for the environment, to benefit our communities and restore the land for generations that follow   Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Peabody Energy Mackay, Queensland, Australia
Jan 22, 2018
Full time
Position Description Senior Environmental Advisor (12 Months Fixed Term)     About the Company: Peabody is the world’s largest private-sector coal company.  The company serves metallurgical and thermal coal customers in 25 countries on five continents.  We have 23 operations in the United States and Australia, and have 6,700 employees globally, servicing metallurgical and thermal coal customers in more than 25 countries on five continents.   Peabody is a globally-diverse company which offers an inclusive work environment to engage, recognise and develop employees.  We are committed to increasing the number diverse employees throughout our operations because we value the power of inclusion and diversity as a competitive advantage.   Our Values:  Safety:  We commit to safety and health as a way of life. Customer Focus:  We provide customers with quality products and excellent service. Leadership:  We have the courage to lead, and do so through inspiration, innovation, collaboration and execution. People:  We offer an inclusive work environment and engage, recognize and develop employees. Excellence:  We are accountable for our own success. We operate cost-competitive mines by applying continuous improvement and technology-driven solutions. Integrity:  We act in an honest and ethical manner. Sustainability:  We take responsibility for the environment, benefit our communities and restore the land for generations that follow.   Why Join Us?  North Goonyella Coal Mine is an underground longwall mine located 160 kilometers west of Mackay producing a premium quality, high strength coking coal for export markets.  We currently require the expertise of a  Senior Environmental Advisor (12 Months Fixed Term)       About the role: Reporting to the  Technical Services Manager , this position will be responsible for managing a diverse range of environmental activities and providing accurate and consistent environment management and compliance advice to stakeholders.   Key accountabilities: Coordinate environmental monitoring, inspection and auditing programs to ensure environmental and statutory compliance; Undertake rehabilitation trials including the development of reports to internal and external stakeholders and communicate as required; Coordinate relevant environmental monitoring to satisfy requirements of Environmental Management Plans, Environmental Protection Licence and Project Approval as required; Contribute to the development of statutory reports/approvals including Annual Environmental Management Report (AEMR) / Annual Review (AR) and High Risk Activity Notifications. Manage and compile internal and external environmental reports as required; Undertake environmental projects as required.  About You: Critical to your success will be:  Tertiary qualifications in the Environmental Science/Management Comprehensive understanding of Environmental Management Systems Demonstrate understanding of compliance management and auditing systems 3+ years of experience in mining or heavy industry Excellent presentation and communication skills Strong planning and execution skills  What we offer: We commit to safety and health as a way of life A culture of inspiration, innovation and collaboration Committed to developing an inclusive and diverse workplace A reward and recognition program Professional and technical development opportunities   Support in achieving professional accreditation (site based personnel only)   We take responsibility for the environment, work to benefit our communities and restore the land for generations that follow   Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com