Jocelyn has extensive global experience, working on projects in Chile, Australia, Peru, USA, Bolivia, Brazil and Cuba. She is a multifaceted engineer who has the ability to comprehend and synthesise cross-functional information from multiple disciplines, such as geology, long-term planning, metallurgy/process, mine engineering, operations, tailings, projects, environmental, social, land and water management.
Her expertise in applied mineralogy has been instrumental in optimising mineral processing, enabling her to unlock the full value of valuable minerals while adeptly navigating the complexities of low-grade ores and clays that significantly impact operational KPIs. Her dedication to sustainable mining practices and her passion for data analytics further enhance her ability to drive operational excellence and continuous improvement. Jocelyn has authored over eight publications covering a range of topics, including flotation, geometallurgy, and comminution.
Jocelyn has a Ph.D. in Mineral Processing and a Bachelor of Engineering Science. She also holds membership in both the Australian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (AusIMM) and Ingenieros Metalúrgicos de Chile (IMetChile).
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