Mining Job Vacancy - Bursa lowongan Kerja
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Mining Engineer (Philippines, Mongolia) CAD 180010
Skills and experience required
Bachelor’s Degree in Geology/Geophysics or equivalent from a reputable university.
5 years experience specializing in Geology/Geophysics or equivalent.
Proficient with Surpac, Mine Planning, MS Office Suite is a must.
Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Conducts research on location and methods of extracting minerals, such as metallic ores and non-metallic substances.
Conducts or collaborates in geological exploration, and reviews maps and drilling logs to determine location, size, accessibility, and estimated value of mineral deposit.
Determines methods to extract minerals, considering factors such as safety, operational costs, deposit characteristics, overburden depth, and surrounding strata.
Plans, recommends and coordinates mining process, type and capacity of haulage equipment, such as power shovels and trucks, and labor utilization.
Lay outs and directs mine construction operations, such as location and development of shafts, tunnels, chambers, position of excavation benches (levels), and access roads.
Designs, implements and monitors facility projects, such as water and power supply, ventilation system, rock-dust and radon gas control, drainage, rail and conveyor systems, and material cleaning, grading, and reductions.
Devises methods and locations to store and replace excavated soil to reclaim mine sites.
Analyzes labor requirements, equipment needs, and operational costs to compute and prepare manual budgets reports.
The nature of our client’s business
Our client is the leading Contractor in Asia, specializing in mining, industrial, civil and structural projects.
How to apply
Interested and qualified candidates may send detailed CV (including current package, expected salary and notice period)
Carlo Dela Cruz – firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel: 6827 4460
Geology, Mining Engineer, Mining, Geophysics, Surpac, Mine Planning, 3c Synergy, Mining Jobs, www.3csynergy.com
Tuesday, March 10, 2009
Mining Job Vacancy - Bursa lowongan Kerja
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