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We support you throughout every phase of your career, from the hiring process to your assignment and beyond. We are here for you, wherever your project takes you. 

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With so many recruiters to choose from, how can you be sure you are choosing the right one? Here at Brunel we have a Passion for People which means we center everything we do around helping find contractors and candidates like you the best position to fit your goals. But don't just take our word for it, hear from some of our previous contractors about their experience with Brunel.

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My time with Brunel has been not only been great but has also helped me develop into a better manager. From employee engagement, safety, client and vendor relations Brunel always provides the highest level of professionalism. The staff at Brunel are highly knowledgeable in contractor management and keep an open line of communication between contractors, employees, clients and vendors. Brunel's partnership over the last several years has helped me create lasting relationships in the mining industry that I will likely use for the remainder of my career.

Shane Wells

Rio Tinto contractor

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Hospitality Specialist

undefined: South Jordan

undefined: Mining

undefined: Support & Service Desk

undefined: 1 undefined

Back by popular demand and ready for tours, the Kennecott Visitor Center is looking for Hospitality Specialists in the visitor center to greet and assist guests with purchasing tickets, scanning tickets, directing foot traffic, loading tour buses, and answering questions. The visitor center is open April 2024 through October 2024. This is a full-time or part-time, seasonal position. Hours will be 9am - 4pm with a flexible schedule.

Contracts Administrator

undefined: New Orleans

undefined: Mining

undefined: Compliance

undefined: 2 undefined

The hired candidate will focus on the administration of contracts for assigned NOLA projects from conception through execution and completion. Responsible for assisting with post contract administration of contract matters as assigned. Reports operationally to the Manager Staffing Contracts and the Director Project Support Services . Essential Functions: Receives and reviews a wide variety of contract requests, may support one or more specialized areas requiring an increased depth of knowledge. Responsible for the timeous and accurate issuing of Service Orders against appropriate project cost codes Identifies process and /or supplier performance issues and works with multiple parties (internal and external) to resolve issues. Job Scope Information Nature of Work - Works on administrative/procedural issues and implements solutions mostly through the determination of strategy and communication with involved parties in a group or functional area. Level of Interaction - Often collaborates with managers and/or functional site leaders and with external colleagues. Autonomy/Decision making - Has moderate supervision and some latitude to set objectives, priorities and timelines that may impact a department or an individual work group. Budgetary responsibility - Has no budget responsibility Managerial responsibility - Manages a function or specific program(s) or project(s) but no people.

Process Mechanic

undefined: Mojave

undefined: Mining

undefined: Trade

undefined: 4 undefined

As the Crusher Mechanic, you would be relied upon to troubleshoot/perform any repairs needed, and to lead the team through accomplishing safety/production targets. These positions report to the Crusher Maintenance Supervisor and the Crusher Maintenance General Foreman. This is a safety sensitive position. The right candidate will have experience with crushers (Jaw, Cone, and HPGR), conveyor systems, belt alignments, compressor builds/rebuilds, pump/motor installs and excel at troubleshooting processing systems. These positions will be on a rotating schedule - similar to a Dupont schedule. Duties: Perform emergency repair on a conveyor belt using the mechanical splice method. Troubleshoot, repair, and correct deficiencies of the jaw crusher. Determine proper gaps based on operating conditions and determine proper wear and condition of dies. Maintain, repair, and troubleshoot all belts (i.e. conveyor belts, stacker belts, overland belts). Troubleshoot and repair jaw hydraulic system. Verify the manual A dimension and closed size setting on the cone crushers Take scheduled measurements on the HPGR. Troubleshoot conveyor systems as to proper adjustments for tracking, scrapper. Determine roller replacement needs and repair as necessary. Perform preventive maintenance and minor and major maintenance repairs. Perform repairs of pumps, gearboxes, and related equipment. Participate in troubleshooting and share value adding suggestions that maximize team performance. Complete repairs efficiently and in a timely manner. Complete work orders with proper documentation. Follow all company Safety/Environmental Procedures and Rules mandated by MSHA. Work closely with Process in achieving equipment reliability. Perform major component change-outs and rebuilds. Maintain records of repairs and preventative maintenance. Maintain positive communication with the Maintenance and Operations Departments. Maintain a clean, orderly, and safe work environment at all times.

Warehouse Supervisor

undefined: Miami

undefined: Mining

undefined: Safety

undefined: 3 undefined

Hands on Supervisor who understands how to manage a warehouse and can provide the necessary oversight, guidance and management to the construction contractor responsible for running the warehouse. Essential Functions: Develop a basic material and equipment storage plan showing the location of warehouses, laydown yards, weather-protected storage areas, site fabrication facilities, and construction equipment storage and maintenance. This responsibility includes identifying the type of materials and equipment to be stored at each location Ensure proper maintenance by the construction contractor of the Materials Controls computerized system - a data processing tool that assists users in the performance of day-to-day material operations Supervise and assist the construction contractor in receiving, checking, storing, issuing, and maintaining records on all materials and equipment Supervise the construction contractor in requisitioning, controlling, issuing, inventorying, and maintaining records on all small tools and expendable supplies Supervising the construction contractor in preparing and distributing Overage, Shortage, and Damage Reports for all shipment discrepancies Supervising the construction contractor in ensuring preservation activities are undertaken in accordance with vendor recommendations Job Scope Information: Nature of Work - Works on mildly complex issues and implements solutions mostly through the determination of strategy and delegation to others in a group or functional area. Level of Interaction - Often collaborates with managers and/or functional or site leaders and has some interaction with external colleagues. Autonomy/Decision making - Has moderate supervision and some latitude to set objectives, priorities and timelines that may impact a department or individual work group. Budgetary responsibility - Has no budget responsibility Managerial responsibility - Manages a function or specific program(s) or project(s) and varying sizes teams of people

Shuttle Driver

undefined: South Jordan

undefined: Mining

undefined: Trade

undefined: 2 undefined

Brunel is currently searching for CDL Shuttle Bus Drivers for positions at Rio Tinto Kennecott's Mine located Southwest of Salt Lake City, Utah. We are seeking experienced, safe and reliable drivers for our employee shuttle bus program. These positions are open to candidates who possess a current valid CDL A or B. Passenger endorsement required OR willing to obtain one.

IT Project Planner / Scheduler

undefined: The Woodlands

undefined: Oil & Gas

undefined: Project Management & Services

undefined: 4 undefined

Our Oil & Energy client based in The Woodlands, TX is looking for a Project Controls/Services Specialist with cost, planning, and scheduling experience working on IT projects in the Oil & Gas industry using Agile methodologies. They have an IT initiative that is a high priority at the moment and are in need of a turnkey resource.

Paralegal III

undefined: Spring, TX

undefined: Oil & Gas

undefined: Other Law

undefined: 4 undefined

Provides legal support to assigned attorneys or projects by conducting research, organizing files, scheduling depositions and maintaining records. Researches various states requirements for licensing and certification requirements and prepares documents as needed. Coordinates and gathers input across multiple corporate disciplines including: Accounting, HR, Risk Management and Procurement. Maintains files/database to ensure no lapses in certifications. Supports on-going projects and monitor compliance with contract requirements/certifications.

Waste Environmental Specialist

undefined: New Orleans, LA

undefined: Oil & Gas

undefined: Project Management & Services

undefined: 4 undefined

We're partnering with a major Oil & Gas company to find an Environmental Specialist (Waste) to join their operations in the Greater New Orleans area. Relocation will be provided if needed, but we are not able to support any visas or sponsorship. SUMMARY: The Environmental Specialist - Waste is responsible for developing and implementing a comprehensive waste management program. This includes making waste determinations, ensuring wastes and used oil are properly managed onsite, approving off-site treatment, disposal, and recycling facilities, scheduling waste transfers, fulfilling required record-keeping and reporting to regulatory agencies, and training staff to respond to waste emergencies and ensure compliance with applicable federal and state regulations. The Environmental Specialist - Waste must have working knowledge of the federal (Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA)) and state regulations for solid waste, hazardous waste, and universal waste, and Department of Transportation regulations for hazardous materials. RESPONSIBILITIES: Make regulatory waste determinations and prepare waste profiles for all wastes generated, including obtaining representative samples and laboratory analysis as needed. Ensure satellite and central accumulation areas for hazardous wastes are managed in compliance with RCRA and state regulations. Ensure used oil is managed in compliance with RCRA and state regulations. Ensure solid waste is managed in compliance with state regulations. Conduct inspections of all waste management areas at the facility, including contractor-generated waste management activities. Schedule off-site transfers of wastes and used oil, including preparing uniform hazardous waste manifests, DOT hazardous materials shipping papers, and other required waste management documents. Prepare required reports and other documents for state and federal environmental agencies. Maintain records required to demonstrate compliance with applicable waste management regulations. Assist in the implementation of the hazardous waste contingency plan. Prepare and provide appropriate training to all staff with responsibilities for waste management. Review and approve all off-site treatment, disposal, and recycling facilities that receive waste and used oil from the facility. Assist the Environmental Manager with meetings and other interactions with regulatory agencies. Research federal and state regulatory requirements as needed. Conduct internal audits of waste management activities.

Demand Forecasting & Supply Security Sr. Manager

undefined: Arlington, VA

undefined: Oil & Gas

undefined: Risk & Product Management

undefined: 4 undefined

We are partnering with a major Oil & Gas client to hire a Demand Forecasting & Supply Security Manager based in Arlington, VA. RESPONSIBILITIES: Collaborate with Cross-Functional Teams: Collect, analyze, and maintain demand forecast models by commodity, material category, and resource classification over multiple time horizons. Gather Market Intelligence: Analyze industry trends and conduct risk assessments to identify potential supply shortages, capacity constraints, supply disruptions, and inflationary impacts. Develop and Propose Sourcing Strategies: Recommend strategic sourcing actions or risk mitigation strategies for leadership consideration. Implement Sourcing Strategies: Integrate supply chain and procurement strategies to mitigate disruptions, address capacity constraints, improve economic positioning, and reduce lead times. Monitor KPIs: Evaluate demand forecasting performance indicators, identify variances, and provide actionable insights for improvement. Liaison Role: Serve as the bridge between Sourcing, Project Management, Procurement, and Materials Management for demand forecasting and planning. Supplier Knowledge: Utilize industry knowledge to meet complex requirements and ensure supply security. Additional Duties: Perform other tasks as assigned.

HSSE Advisor, Data Analytics

undefined: Houston, TX

undefined: Oil & Gas

undefined: Safety

undefined: 4 undefined

Essential Duties & Responsibilities: Lead corporate HSSE program development and revision process. Assist with incident investigations, facilitate root cause investigations, and ensure corrective actions identified and tracked to completion. Assist with reviewing safety training content for accuracy and providing content updates where necessary to meet regulatory and company requirements. Conduct field reviews of locations to ensure compliance with appropriate programs, plans, and training. Complete other business tasks as assigned.

HSSE Director

undefined: Cameron, LA

undefined: Oil & Gas

undefined: BAE19

undefined: 5 undefined

Contact: Stephanie Jones Email Resumes to: General Description: The VP of HSSE will be based at our Cameron, LA location, providing leadership and strategic direction for health, safety, security, and environmental initiatives. This role is crucial to the site leadership team, offering guidance and support on all HSSE matters while fostering a culture of continuous improvement and compliance. Responsibilities: * Develop and implement a safety strategy in alignment with company objectives. * Manage the HSSE 5-year plan and align activities with approved goals and milestones. * Develop and oversee the annual Health & Safety budget for the facility. * Execute site safety strategy and operational action plans in collaboration with operations and line management. * Enhance safety knowledge, skills, and behaviors through coaching, mentori and training. * Identify and adopt best practices to improve HSSE operational standards. * Ensure processes and resources are in place to manage business risks across all safety areas. * Ensure compliance with relevant legal, regulatory, and internal industry safety standards. * Support incident investigations and ensure the completion of corrective actions. * Lead the Site Emergency Response function and manage ERT members, including Incident Command duties. * Manage monthly performance reporting and KPIs for executive leadership. * Oversee reporting to ensure compliance with regulatory permits and policies. * Drive the Behavioral Based Safety (BBS) program and develop safety campaigns. * Manage the HSSE Management software, including Incident Reporting, BBS, Job Safety Analysis, and Permit to Work. * Oversee internal and external audits. * Collaborate with the broader HSSE&T team on business initiatives. * Develop and review Health, Safety, and Security policies and procedures. * Manage facility security to meet USCG, TWIC, and other regulatory requirements. * Oversee inspection programs for safety-related equipment to ensure regulatory compliance. * Implement initiatives to reduce work-related accidents and occupational hazards. Skills: * Ability to foster a robust team environment modeling desired safety behaviors. * Effective communication across all organizational levels and with diverse groups. * Strong organizational skills and ability to manage multiple projects. * Proficiency in multi-tasking and prioritizing to meet deadlines. * Comprehensive knowledge of industry best practices and regulatory requirements. * Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint). * Physical ability to climb stairs, lift and carry a minimum of 25 pounds, and work in high-heat environments with required PPE. * Availability to respond to facility events and incidents within 2 hours on a 24- hour baSis. * Ability to travel throughout the facility for inspections and audits.

Mechanic II

undefined: Carlsbad, NM

undefined: Oil & Gas

undefined: Operations & Maintenance

undefined: 3 undefined

TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES * Assists mechanical engineers in the planning and testing of mechanical components, equipment, and machinery, such as engines, instruments, controls, robots, machines, etc. * Helps prepare proposals and cost estimates. * Actively participate in the use of all on the job safety tools * Review job packs * Identify any safety issues associated with job end ensure removal/mitigation prior to working * Execute work as planned * Record technical history as required by workgroup. (Global Reliability Tool (GRT), data sheet, etc.) * Provide feedback on job pack improvements to Execution FLS * Request permits and notify Supervisor if permit cannot be issued within 30 minutes of requested time