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Head of Costs and Emissions

Job Reference: RS1349
 

Job Title: Head of Costs and Emissions

Location: Europe

Product: Metals

Role: Research & Analysis

Redstone Commodity Search focus on offering 360° search solutions to the global commodities markets. With a competitive coverage of Trading Houses, Producers, Majors, Utilities, Merchants, Hedge Funds, Investment Banks and Brokerages; Redstone Commodity Search can confidently offer you an edge in today’s volatile market.

Redstone Commodity Search are working Global Intelligence firm looking to hire The Head of Base Metals Demand and Markets to join the team.

Key Responsibilities / Tasks

  • Responsible for leading and developing a team of analysts to produce estimates and forecast of base metals (copper, aluminium, nickel and lead etc.)
  • Provide and edit in-depth analysis of the base metals cost structure, key cost drivers, global competitors, impact of cost on prices and developments in decarbonisation.
  • Collect and forecast production and cost data, and maintain information on reserves and resources for mines and projects.
  • Maintain information on developments and sustaining capex for operating mines and projects, whilst developing and maintain relationships with mining companies and industry players.
  • Analyse short and long run marginal costs.

Key Qualifications / Experience

  • Experience managing and developing a team of direct reports.
  • Be able to produce insights into cost themes, corporate developments and ESG issues.
  • Good understanding of Base Metals (copper, aluminium, nickel, lead etc.)
  • Have good client facing skills, confident delivering presentations and initiating customer discussions
  • Can be located in North America, Latam, China, India, Singapore, Australia and Japan.

If you match the job description and are keen on applying for this role; please send us a copy of your resume/cover letter to lenia@redstonesearch.com or submit your application through the Vacancy Form.