Sarah Campbell and Roger Jackman

New Key Additions to Gekko's Team

Gekko Systems | 22 June 2016

Technical expertise to expand Ballarat and Vancouver offices

Gekko Systems has added three key positions to its global team to continue to drive innovation towards environmentally sustainable mining operations.


Sarah Campbell, Senior Technical Sales Engineer (Ballarat)

Sarah Campbell has varied and extensive experience throughout much of Australia, East Africa and Central and South East Asia. Most recently, she worked as the Senior Crushing and Grinding Metallurgist for Kaz Minerals at the Bozshakol Copper Project in Kazakstan.

Sarah’s previous experience has included project management, plant audit and optimisation, data analysis, training and reporting.


Sarah Campbell and Roger Jackman
Sarah Campbell has joined Gekko's Team as Senior Technical Sales Engineer last April 2016. standing beside her, Gekko's new Metallurgical Laboratory Manager Roger Jackman.

Roger Jackman, Metallurgical Laboratory Manager (Ballarat)

Roger Jackman is well-known at Ballarat office through his roles with WorleyParsons as Regional Manager (Hunter) and in business development.

During his 30 years in the mining industry, Roger’s technical background has seen him hold key positions in business development, technical and operations management.

Roger’s numerous career achievements include assistance with securing global smelting projects (particularly in the African region) and the development of highly-effective customer relationship plans for NSW mining-related clients.


Paul Grady, Senior Metallurgist (Vancouver)

Paul Grady returned to the Gekko Vancouver office in May, having previously worked there as a Senior Process Engineer. Before re-joining Gekko, Paul worked for Hunter Dickinson as a Senior Metallurgy Advisor and a member of the study team for a copper-gold-molybdenum porphyry project in Alaska. He has made full use of his 16 years in the industry through a diverse range of senior roles and co-authoring several technical papers.

Paul is keen to use his expertise to support the installation and commissioning of TMAC’s Hope Bay project in the Arctic Circle, as well as other North American projects.

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