Tania Asdrubolini has been appointed to the role of quality assurance coordinator for thee Analytical Services and Material Management Group. Asdrubolini has over 14 years of experience in the quality management field in the healthcare sector and held roles of increasing responsibility at the Baxter Corporation. Originally from Sudbury, Asdrubolini is a graduate of Laurentian University and holds a bachelor of science, honours, specializing in chemistry. She will report to Claude Serre.
Mike Duguay has been appointed to the role of operations frontline supervisor, Copper Cliff Mine. Duguay holds a diploma from the Mining Engineering Technician program and AutoCAD for Draftsman from Cambrian College. He started his career at the Levack Mill in 1976 and has since worked for Denison Mines, the Ministry of Northern Development and Mines in Sudbury and back at Vale in mines such as Creighton, Frood, Stobie and South. His most recent role was with the One Vale Project, where he has been working for last two and half years. He will report Steve Merkley.
Christine Dupont has been appointed to the position of legal administrator at the General Office in Sudbury. Dupont previously worked as an office manager at a Sudbury law firm and as an administrative assistant with Heenan Blaikie LLP in Ottawa. She will be primarily responsible for legal administration in the Ontario Operations. She will report to Edward Mazey, legal counsel, Ontario, Manitoba and UK Operations.
Edward Kucyk has been appointed to the role of manager, central and specialty engineering. Kucyk holds a degree in Civil Engineering from Carleton University and joined Vale in 2000, after working for Falconbridge in Sudbury for five years. His positions at Vale include maintenance engineer at Copper Cliff Mine, maintenance superintendent, senior project manager Phase 2 at Creighton Mine and manager of divisional shops and asset integrity. Most recently Kucyk held the role of manager mines, mill and environmental PMO, managing a significant portfolio of both capital and operating projects.
John Ryan has been appointed to the role of manager, MTS central support. Ryan grew up in northern Ontario and graduated from Laurentian University with a bachelor’s degree in commerce in 1994 and a bachelor’s degree in mining engineering in 2001. Ryan joined Inco in 2001 as an engineer-in-training at Copper Cliff South Mine. In the past five years, Ryan has been the chief engineer for business analysis and planning, and most recently was chief mine engineer of the Central Mines/Mill Strategy Group.
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