For more than 50 years, our client has mined, processed, and distributed minerals and aggregated in more than 30 locations across North America. They are now seeking a Mine Engineer to join their team in Norman, OK. The successful candidate will lead the development of reserve analysis and mine planning across company mines. Working closely with the operations management team, this role will also assist in performance improvements in mine/plant operations and mine planning. In return, our client is offering competitive wages and benefits, relocation assistance, and a positive work environment in which to encourage, develop, and recognize their employees. If you are interested in this position, please give us a call at 1-855-733-7325 (RED)-(SEAL) or text 206-686-8084! To apply, submit your resume online today.
Norman, OK is located about 40 minutes’ drive south of Oklahoma city, and about 2 hours from Tulsa. Norman is the third-largest city in Oklahoma, and one of the state’s most progressive places to live. Its public school system was voted best in the state and it is home to the University of Oklahoma. For fun, locals enjoy attending university sporting event, spending time in their many parks, or the many free annual festivals and community events.
Salary: Competitive, depending on experience. Relocation assistance may be available for the right candidate. Bonuses also available.
Benefits: Comprehensive benefits package.
Education: Bachelor’s degree in Mining or Engineering or equivalent required Experience with geological and mine planning software, eg. Geovia Surpac.
- More than 2 years’ experience required. Surface mining experience preferred.
- Experience with Microsoft Office programs, including Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint.
- Experience with NetSuite or equivalent ERP system preferred.
Skills and Abilities:
- Ability to work well under pressure and to work within short deadlines.
- Effective verbal and written communication skills and interpersonal skills.
- Evidence of the practice of a high level of confidentiality. Works with integrity and ethically.
- Works independently while understanding the necessity for communicating and coordinating work efforts with other employees and organizations.
- Ability to prioritize and balance multiple competing projects and to communicate project status, issues and requirements efficiently.
- Ability to draw meaningful implications from financial data and clearly communicate related information to superiors and colleagues.
- Strong analytical skills; ability to analyze and integrate trends and patterns to determine the root causes of problems and identify solutions. Evaluates short- and long-term implications of decisions.
- Self-motivated and proactive with a strong desire to succeed.
- Actively promotes and personally observes safety and security procedures and uses equipment and materials properly.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Use engineering tools, able to develop quantitative reserve analysis and long-term operating mine plans.
- Provide information to management by assembling and summarizing data; preparing reports; making presentations of findings, analyses, and recommendations with regards to current mine performance and opportunities for improvement.
- Implement and manage a professional mine planning process across all sites to optimize production performance.
- Provide support for capital project analysis, both in the planning stages and post project reviews.
- Work closely with the Sales & marketing team to ensure mine production will meet sales forecasts.
- Validate and reviews tracking of actual expenses (month and quarter data).
- Other duties as required.
- May have to list up to 50 lbs.
- Will spend significant time out in the field in mine sites. Will be exposed to heat, cold, noise and environmental conditions associated with mines and quarries.
- Must be legally entitled to work in the USA.
*Please note, this role is not eligible for the Employee Referral Program