Fiona Bartier is an environmental and resource scientist who has worked in management roles for government, in research and education, for industry groups, and for a range of mining companies.
Fiona spent seven years working in mining environmental research at The University of Queensland and The University of New England where she visited and worked at over 40 mine sites across a range of commodities. She then spent a period of time working for the Minerals Council of Australia.
Before joining Bathurst, Fiona lived for ten years in mining communities in the Hunter Valley and western coalfields of New South Wales, working first as a consultant, and then within industry. She has management experience in open cut and underground operations, and brownfield and greenfield projects. Since 2014, Fiona has held the responsibility to manage the company’s response to the New Zealand’s significant health and safety reforms.
Fiona holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Applied Science (Resource Science). She joined Bathurst in 2012 and is based in the Wellington office.