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Project/ Mine Engineer
Greenville, NC

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$95,000 - $120,000 / yr


Are you ready to join an expanding global industry leader?  Our client is searching for a Project Manager who can provide mine engineering expertise and oversight for capital improvement/ upgrade projects.  Requires overall knowledge for safety, environmental, planning, productivity, and qualify performance of the above ground mining operation. 

 
– Identify, plan and manage projects that will increase and maximize the productivity of the Mine operations. Projects must be completed in a cost effective manner and on schedule.
 
 
– Provide engineering oversight and justification for capital expenditures for improvements in the mine operations.
 
 
– Evaluate and review equipment, functions, and methodologies for potential improvements and upgrades in technology. 
 
 
– Ensure all safety, environmental, productivity and quality targets are met for the cross-disciplined projects.
 
 
– Communicate changes in operating parameters and provide technical expertise with new equipment and processes.
 
 
– Engage cross-disciplined teams and management in planning, tracking progress and providing routine feedback on projects.

 

Experience:

 

– BS in Mining, Civil or Mechanical Engineering 5+ years experience as Mine/ Project Engineer in mining, minerals, or related industries.

 

– Must have solid technical expertise of mine mapping, mine operations, equipment, and services.

 

– Good verbal and written communication skills required for the presentation of complex technical issues, alternatives, and recommendations to management.

 

– PE-Professional Engineer technical certification preferred.

 

Compensation includes:  Salary range $95000-120000 with bonus + great benefits + relocation options



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