Mr Mensink is a Senior Executive Officer with Mineralogy and has been with Mineralogy for over 15 years. As Project Manager for Mineralogy's numerous exploration programmes, Mr Mensink has played a key role in the development of the Balmoral South Project. He has led and has been instrumental in the success of numerous business delegations which have represented Mineralogy in the Peoples Republic of China. Mr Mensink has a good working knowledge of all Mineralogy projects.
Mr. Smith has 28 years experience as a lawyer and a senior partner in the prominent Queensland legal firm of Bell Legal Group. Mr. Smith has extensive experience in commercial litigation, intellectual property and corporate work throughout his long career and has been a registered arbitrator for over 10 years.
He is also on the board of a number of community organisations in Gold Coast City including the Gold Coast Titans Community Foundation. Mr. Smith retired as a principal of his legal practice to take up his appointment as Managing Director Legal in Mineralogy Pty Ltd.
Mr Sharma is a key executive of Mineralogy Group and is currently its Managing Director (Western Australia). Since 1999 he held responsibility for managing its Western Australian operations involving various mineral resources projects, including iron ore exploration and development. Mr Sharma is a Director of ASX-listed Australasian Resources Ltd; a Director of its wholly owned subsidiary, the International Minerals Pty Ltd which is developing the Balmoral South Iron Ore project and a Director for Kingsway Oil Ltd, a company engaged in the exploration and development of its resources in the Canning Basin of Western Australia.
Mr Sharma’s responsibilities at Mineralogy include identifying project opportunities, developing business proposals and marketing to potential investors. Mr Sharma also manages and coordinates pre-feasibility and feasibility work, oversees many of Mineralogy’s iron ore drilling programs and manages project submissions to the Government of Western Australia for approval under the State Agreement. Mr Sharma was responsible for overseeing approval processes for the Austeel iron ore project and is currently helping to oversee the development and approvals for CITIC Pacific’s Sino Iron Project and International Minerals Pty Ltd’s iron ore project. In addition, Mr Sharma assisted in negotiations for a variation to the State Agreement Act to facilitate the development of iron ore mines and the processing and export of iron ore products from the Pilbara region of Western Australia.
Mr Sharma also assists in planning corporate strategies to maximise returns from projects and has represented in various international negotiations. Prior to taking charge of Mineralogy’s Western Australian operations, Mr Sharma was employed by a major New South Wales Government authority. He was also a Director of Project Management for a technology development company and has worked for over 20 years in both; the public and private sectors in a variety of national and international trade, investment and business development portfolios.
Ms Singh was appointed Legal Director of Mineralogy in 2008, having joined the Mineralogy Group in 2006. She is also Legal Counsel for Mineralogy’s group company, Resourcehouse Limited. Since joining Mineralogy, Ms Singh has managed legal matters for the Group’s operations in Western Australia, Queensland, South Australia, Papua New Guinea and Hong Kong. She is experienced in litigation, environmental and native title law and corporate and commercial law in Australia and Hong Kong.
Prior to joining Mineralogy, Ms Singh worked for a law firm specialising in taxation where she gained experience in the Federal Court and the High Court of Australia. Ms Singh holds a Bachelor of Laws and Diploma in Legal Practice from Bond University and is admitted to practice in the Supreme Courts of Queensland and Western Australia and the High Court of Australia.
Robert Pschaider acts in the company’s own Flight Operations Department as a First Officer on the MD80 fleet and as the Director Ground Operations as well as he fulfills the Post as the Safety Manager Aviation.
After graduation from high school the Austrian National served a military service in the local national guard conducting a variety of courses by the years of 2000 and 2001.
He then joined the aviation industry and worked as a Flight Operations Officer for Lauda Air / Austrian Airlines in fields of short- and long-range flight planning and as a slot coordinator in the operations control department. In early 2004 he completed his studies, training on the job and examinations to become a licensed Flight Operations Officer.
By 2005 he became the Head of Flight - Dispatch and nominated Postholder Ground Operations at Intersky one of the most successful regional airlines in Austria.
By the end of 2006 he completed his extra-occupational studies and fight training to become an airline pilot and flying instructor for private pilots.
One year later Mr. Pschaider started flying for a Swiss Charter company operating MD90 aircrafts. After financial difficulties, job and fleet cuts at this Airline he joined Aurora Airlines as the Director Ground Operations and First Officer. This Charter Company based in Slovenia operated MD80s, mostly for military charter flights for a variety of European Ministries of Defense, but had to cease operations by August 2009 due to financial reasons. Before joining Mineralogy he acted as a First Officer on MD80 aircrafts and as a consultant in matters of standardization, increase of efficiency and safety in ground operations for the biggest private airline in Bangladesh conducting regional and international air services.