Mining Engineer Job Description Sample
Provide technical support and direction to the mining and surface operations through short & long term needs planning, capital & expense budgeting and assistance in problem resolution. Provide design, estimating, bidding, construction and completion of capital and expense projects. Increase operational & maintenance efficiencies through the use of various studies, continuous improvement tools and expert knowledge.
50% - Capital and expense projects
- Projects completed in a timely manner, within budget and perform at or above expectations. Capital and expense projects including: New equipment selection and purchase, replacing outdated components or hardware, infrastructure control upgrades, power distribution upgrades, structural evaluations and replacements, long range mine planning including mine methods, stability, ventilation, and efficiency.
20% - Short and long term planning
Accurate short and long term plans are developed and communicated. These plans should anticipate roadblocks, financial requirements and personnel needs.
Planning projects to include:
Planning around structural evaluation and replacement schedule of infrastructure on the surface plant or in the mine.
Conduct studies on power needs and usage, efficiencies and potential efficiency improments to conserve energy consumption
Involved in equipment selection, upgrades or rebuilds/replacement.
Mine permitting and water management including SPDES, SPCC, BMP, and other applicable environmental requirements
Safe and effective project managements including MSHA/OSHA compliance and contractor management
Short range (5 year) and long range (>10 year) mine planning and reserve validation
15% - Technical support
Provide technical support to the operation in the engineer's area of expertise in order to minimize potential downtime, improve safety, solve problems and help ensure effective decisions are made.10% - Check formulas, budgets and tags for accuracy.
15% - Continuous Improvement
Stay current in area of expertise in order to promote new technologies. Utilize continuous improvement tools to reduce costs and increase efficiencies.
Bachelor's degree in Mining Engineering Or related Engineering field
Knowledge in Rock Mechanics and ground control instrumentation, installation, and data analysis
Knowledge in Ventilation system design and troubleshooting
Knowledge in surveying and mapping (ACAD)
Ability to travel up to 15% at times
Experience in a mining environment
Experience with MSHA and OSHA regulations
Design, repair, and troubleshooting of high voltage (13.8V/4160V) equipment/systems, PLC, communication, and control systems
Maintenance reliability knowledge
Mechanical drafting (ACAD/Solid works)
Structural design and troubleshooting
Abilities/ Success Factors:
Good communication skills
Ability to work with peers and subordinates
OVERVIEW OF VULCAN MATERIALS COMPANY
Vulcan Materials Company is the nation's largest producer of construction aggregates and a major producer of aggregates-based construction materials including asphalt and ready-mixed concrete. We run our business with great discipline and integrity.
At Vulcan, our people share a competitive drive for excellence, in an environment of trust, teamwork, positive reinforcement, open-mindedness and communication.
Ours is a culture of mutual respect, integrity and committed spirit. Opportunity, community and unity is our way of doing business. We call it The Vulcan Way.
This position is responsible for the development, implementation and monitoring of surface mine plans in the Western Division generally, and Northern California specifically. Primary responsibilities also include providing technical analysis, advice and mine engineering support to mining operations, Division Management and Geological Services staff.
ESSENTIAL JOB ACCOUNTABILITIES
Proficient in the use of AutoCAD Civil 3D and/or Carlson Software.
Gather and utilize geologic mapping, drill data, hydrologic information, quality testing results, topography, aerial photography, survey data, sales forecasts and other mine planning data to design 3-D mine plans and mining/stripping schedules.
Gather, review, analyze and document property lines, mining setbacks, easements, zoning, special use agreements, neighbor concerns, and other site-specific land use information as necessary for mine planning process.
Generate and maintain an updated life-of-mine site plan for all locations.
Assist operations personnel in complying with permit conditions, laws, regulations, guidelines, and in maintaining the systems necessary for compliance.
Develop and communicate reserve estimates, short-term mine plans, long-term mine plans, and mine reclamation plans.
Monitor long-term mine development and identify/advise on current and future mining challenges.
Estimate stripping volumes, prepare stripping plans and assist with preparation of stripping bid packages.
Assist with reserve documentation.
Assist operations managers with efforts to lower operating costs.
Identify opportunities to increase efficiencies, maximize reserve recovery, reduce costs, minimize wastes and reduce impacts to neighbors.
Assist in preparation of presentations, documentations, reports and maps as needed.
Maintain aerial photos and topographic maps/site maps on the network server in an up-to-date and current status.
As directed, may interact with outside consultants for mine planning and mining engineering projects.
Participate in zoning efforts, special projects and property acquisitions as necessary.
Education: B.Sc. in Mining Engineering (preferred) or in an associated technical field such as Geology, Geological Engineering, or Civil Engineering with some mine planning experience
Experience:5 years or more of geology, mining engineering or operations experience preferred. Knowledge of aggregate mining industry helpful, but not required.
License:PE/CPG preferred, but not required
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Must have the ability, either through formal training or experience, to create mine plans, compute stone reserves, and interpret data including geologic testing results, topographic maps and regulatory requirements. Basic surveying knowledge preferred. Strong analytical and problem-solving skills are necessary. Must have knowledge of basic mining engineering and geologic concepts, as well as of the federal, state and local regulations and statutes which affect mine planning. Proficient skills in 3D-CAD design, Excel, and other computer related software are required.
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills are mandatory. Must be able to present complex information in a clear and concise manner. Position requires ability to successfully interact and build relationships with VMC personnel from a wide range of departments and levels of authority, as well as with representatives of government and regulatory agencies.
Behavioral Expectations: Employee is expected to be self-motivated and to manage multiple projects effectively without close supervision. Must be able to work effectively both independently and as part of a team. Employee is expected behave ethically and with integrity at all times. Must comply with safety and environmental rules, policies and regulations. Strong positive customer service attitude toward internal and external customers is expected.
- Vulcan Materials Company offers a competitive compensation program and benefits package including: medical/dental/vision, paid holidays and vacations, life insurance, 401(k) with match and flexible spending accounts.
Vulcan is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability or genetics, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law from discrimination.
Job Title: Mine Engineer I
Department: Fire Creek Mine - Engineering
Reports To: Chief Engineer
Classification: Salaried FLSA Status:
Exempt Prepared Date:
The Mine Engineer I, under the direction of the Chief Engineer, performs short term mine production planning and scheduling, development and infrastructure design, mine ventilation design, ground control design, surveying, production quantity calculations and month end mine production reporting.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES – Other duties may be assigned.
Performs short-range mine planning including development design; cut & fill and long-hole stope design; backfill design; scheduling development, production, and backfill; surveying; reconciliation of the schedule and plan with actual; and coordination with long-range mine planning, geology, survey, and mine operations.
Oversees projects, assists in budget preparation and cost estimations, and tracks costs.
Works with mine services including power, ventilation, compressed air, and water; assists with design and implementation of ground control and related ground support engineering including various rock bolting methods and shotcrete; optimizes techniques for explosives utilization and storage; ensures technical deliverables are provided to customers within time and quality expectations.
Plan, organize, and coordinate surveys, tests, or investigations. Collect data points, interpret results, and prepare recommendations. Present executive summaries and cost estimates to senior staff.
Apply standard engineering techniques, procedures, and criteria in making minor adaptations and modifications to established engineering plans or systems.
Develop and maintain a detailed working knowledge of the mine's operational issues and apply sound engineering practices to resolve them.
Provide engineering support and guidance.
Follows and understands MSHA rules and regulations, environmental rules and regulations, SOP and work area instructions, participates in safety and environmental activities. Leads by example by adhering to rules and regulations, and ensuring compliance to rules and regulations established by the Hecla Nevada.
Must be able to work and communicate with other members of the work team.
Must be willing to comply with all company policies and procedures.
Comply with applicable environmental laws and regulations. Conducts activities and work in an environmentally responsible manner. Is aware of procedures to minimize impacts to the environment.
BEHAVIORAL & LEADERSHIP COMPETENCIES
The following competencies are required:
Problem solving—identifies and resolves problems in a timely manner and gathers and analyzes information skillfully
Interpersonal Skills—maintains confidentiality, remains open to others' ideas and exhibits willingness to try new things.
Oral communication—speaks clearly and persuasively in positive or negative situations, demonstrates group presentation skills and conducts meetings.
Written Communication—edits work for spelling and grammar, presents numerical data effectively and is able to read and interpret written information.
Planning/organizing—prioritizes and plans work activities, uses time efficiently and develops realistic action plans.
Quality control—demonstrates accuracy and thoroughness and monitors own work to ensure quality.
Adaptability—adapts to changes in the work environment, manages competing demands and is able to deal with frequent change, delays or unexpected events.
Dependability—consistently at work, follows instructions, responds to management direction and solicits feedback to improve performance.
Safety and security—actively promotes and personally observes safety and security procedures, and uses equipment and materials properly.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Must pass pre-employment physical and drug screen.
EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING
Bachelor's Degree in Mining Engineering or other relevant technical discipline
Experience working in a mining operation with a range of exposure to a broad spectrum of practical and technical areas preferred
Exposure to mine planning and ventilation simulation software: Vulcan, Deswik, and VentSim preferred
Strong computer skills and ability to analyze technical data
Willing and able to work in a dynamic and changing environment
Strong verbal and written communication skills required
Excellent safety record
Ability to demonstrate safety leadership required
Prior experience in mining engineering preferred
ATF possessor's clearance required.
Must complete MSHA 40-hour training or provide 5000-23 documentation of completed training.
Must pass pre-employment physical and drug screen.
Wear appropriate PPE at all times while in production environment. Be alert and observe, correct, and report unsafe conditions. Follow operating procedures and comply with all regulatory requirements. Assure that appropriate task training has been completed and documented for all equipment, vehicles, and systems.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally required to stand; walk; sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; talk or hear; and taste or smell. The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 25 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 75 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently exposed to wet and/or humid conditions; moving mechanical parts; fumes or airborne particles; toxic or caustic chemicals; outside weather conditions; and vibration. The noise level in the work environment is usually loud. May be required to work nights, weekends, and rotating shifts.
4000 W. Winnemucca Blvd
Winnemucca, NV 89445
Hecla Nevada is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Please visit Hecla's website at www.hecla-mining.com
and our recruiting page at
The Company Imerys is a world leader in creating specialty solutions that improve everyday life through minerals. Our success is built on our people, and creating an environment where our 17,500 employees around the globe can thrive.
We passionately believe that our teams are at their best when they have the opportunity to learn, collaborate and find new ways to solve our customers’ challenges, no matter what part of the business they are in. We can offer you a variety of work and real opportunities to make an impact and be part of our evolution. If you want to grow your skills and develop your career, find out more at www.imerys.com The PositionMining Engineer Job Summary As a qualified Mining Engineer you will be responsible for providing safety and operational guidance, technical support and operating improvements to mine managers and other mining engineers throughout the Imerys operations worldwide.
As a Corporate Mining Engineer you will provide to Divisions and sites expert support on: safe operating practices, systems and procedures mine design, primarily surface but also underground mining methods and operating principles mining equipment studies and operational improvement studies strategic mine planning You will participate to improve the Safety in Imerys mines by: demonstrating a leadership role in mining operations safety leading safety based webinars preparation and sharing of best practice guidelines participation in the Mine Safety audit programmes (MSR & MSSF) You will participate in the deployment of Imerys Industrial Improvement (I-Cube) in mines by: taking a leadership role in I-Cube in mining across the Group assessing site maturity with local teams and identifying areas of improvement preparation of action plans toward improving safety and operational efficiency supporting sites in the implementation of actions plans You will contribute to knowledge sharing initiatives throughout the mining community of Imerys. You will survey state-of-the-art and emerging technologies in the domain of mining. JOB SCOPE / DIMENSION Scope:
Worldwide (all Imerys mining operations) Nature of customers: All entities/divisions of Imerys Travel: up to 40%. KEY TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES The missions of the Mining Engineer role are: To be an influential leader in safety and operational efficiency across the Group, enforcing compliance to our mining related protocols.
To help improve and guide mining operation safety and production efficiency through experienced and professional on-site and remote support. Through knowledge and experience provide support and leadership in the standardisation of heavy mobile equipment KPI’s, loading and hauling practices, drilling and blasting practices and grade control. To participate and contribute in determining the correct mining equipment and mining method to be used at specific mine sites.
Possess the ability to determine the economics of mining the deposit, plus cost optimisation and cost control. To undertake and promote a strategic mine planning vision, using suitable mine optimisation and scheduling software tools. To design mine and quarry phasing options and co-ordinate geological and mine related aspects of environmental impact assessment projects.
Promote and drive forward the I-Cube programme at our mining operations. Contribute to the updating and validating of the mine safety related protocol documents. Following training participate in the internal mine safety review audit (MSR&MSSF) programme.
Possess good presentation and communication skills to facilitate webinar and best practice communication as well as knowledge sharing around the Imerys mining community. Possess good, fundamental knowledge of rock mechanics and geotechnical engineering in order to provide guidance on ground control and slope stability to our mining operations. Promote geotechnical best practices in terms of mine design, waste tip construction and tailings impound construction.
JOB SPECIFICATIONS Education: Mining Engineering degree. Experience: 10 years of mining experience, which includes at least 5 years of site based management experience, with a leading influence in the areas of safety and operational performance.
Technical skills: Competency and experience using fleet management and equipment/fleet productivity software tools. Familiarity with optimisation and scheduling software tools such as; Whittle, NPVS, MineSched or Deswick.
Strong personal computer skills with Microsoft Office Suite and GSuite. Soft skills: Adaptable in a multi-cultural working environment.
Ability to positively influence others such as; Imerys mine managers and external mining contractors. Rigorous, thorough and organised. Results and actions orientated.
Analytical and synthetic mind-set. High ethical standards. Enthusiastic and committed.
Good interpersonal skills. Autonomy, self-motivation. Team player.
Presentation skills: Must be comfortable and competent in presenting technical subjects in the field of expertise to a wider audience, either through a training course or seminar or web-based platform, or webinar. Language: English at professional level is a requirement.
Conversational ability in another language is an advantage; for example French. Position TypeFull time and
Permanent Only technical issues will be monitored through the below inbox: recruiting.support@ imerys.com PLEASE DO NOT SUBMIT RESUMES OR APPLICATIONS TO THIS EMAIL, AS THEY WILL NOT BE REVIEWED. To ensure fairness and legal compliance in our recruitment processes, only applications received through the online application process will be considered. IMERYS is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer and it is our policy to not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, disability, veteran status, or any other status protected by federal, state or local laws.
Controls Engineer - Mining
Great company because:
- Stable company with multiple locations and over 65 years in business!
- Team-based culture
- Brand new equipment/facility that is almost complete and operational
- Excellent benefits: family healthcare premiums paid 100% by company!
- 401k matching, Profit-sharing, bonus
- Hourly pay with 1.5x OT over 40 hours
- NO TRAVEL
- 2 years experience in applicable industrial automation environment
- Certification or degree in PLC programming, journeyman license or equivalent experience
- Ability to read and update electrical schematics and building drawings
- Experience with AutoCAD
- Strong electrical pneumatic and hydraulic knowledge
- Strong communication and organizational skills
- Desired experience with plant startups, PID loop controls, tuning, P&ID Development, Allen Bradley/Rockwell ControlLogix PLC’s and HMI’s
- Strong safety sense required and experience in MSHA facility desired
- Knowledge of NFPA 70e and associated documentation
Senior ML Engineer - Mining Applications
Every day, millions of messages are exchanged via email and instant message between buy-side and sell-side firms. Market makers share pricing data and quotes that are critical to trades, risk, compliance and more. With the magnitude of communication, it becomes increasingly difficult for firms to find precise, relevant data from these messages, and then organize and analyze this data. We solve this problem by extracting fixed income pricing data and other information from Bloomberg Messages (MSG) and our Instant Bloomberg (IB) applications, and make it available to the recipients in real-time in the Bloomberg terminal and/or as an end-of-day file.
Our Mining Applications team uses advanced heuristics and natural language processing techniques, in order to provide transparency to financial markets by automatically pulling offers out of communication for tens of thousands of traders. This feeds various downstream functions that allow traders to get better pricing on securities and find liquidity in the market. Our backend handles in real time tens of millions of messages and billions of quotes every day.
Who you are:
You are a technically strong senior software engineer with a passion for solving problems creatively. You have both breadth and depth of expertise in various Machine Learning techniques, through having architected and implemented ML solutions in production.
You'll need to have:
BA, BS, MS, PhD in Computer Science, Engineering or related technology field
Expertise in machine learning with good breadth in various techniques
5+ years of relevant experience programming in C/C++
Experience in high volume & high availability systems
Knowledgeable in at least one scripting language.
Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
We'd love to see:
Experience with Python
Financial knowledge of Capital Markets
Sr. Mining Engineer 4 Or 5 - Ventilation
Sr. Engineer – Ventilation
Location: Stillwater Mine
Provide technical/engineering support for the development and implement digital and automation strategy/roadmap at Sibanye-Stillwater
Evaluate SiC software and hardware requirements and develop a system that uses data analytics to drive the business.
Support the evaluation of automation technology
QA/QC data management systems and ensure data integrity level of over 98%
Ability to trouble shoot and diagnose problems swiftly.
Work with Dispatchers to effectively run and maximize the benefit of the SiC system
Develop training documentation and manuals for the SiC system and responsible for training and coaching of Dispatchers and other levels of personnel as needed.
Develop and implement a set of KPIs for the SiC system and Dispatchers
Work closely with mine planning, survey, geology, maintenance, and operations to ensure that the system works efficiently (through measured KPIs)
Provide support required to ensure the successful design and delivery of automation, instrumentation and low voltage system
Reports to Sr Digital and Automation Engineer
Risk management- Help develop risk profile for associated projects
Participate in stakeholder meetings
BS in Mine Engineering/Computer IT or equivalent with 0-3 years relevant mine experience
Data analytics background is an advantage
Experience with Project Management, cost modeling, statistical analysis and forecasting
Leadership qualities including character, teamwork, communication, business sense and vision
Experience with AutoCAD, Microsoft suite of software, Deswik, Vulcan, Fleet Management System
Good communication skills
Proven ability to work within a team based environment
Working knowledge and understanding of cost and schedule variance an added advantage
Senior Risk Engineer - Mining And Utilities (Location Flexible)
Senior Risk Engineer - Mining and Utilities (Location flexible)
About Swiss Re
Swiss Re Corporate Solutions provides risk transfer solutions to large and mid-sized corporations around the world. Its innovative, highly customized products and standard insurance covers help to make businesses more resilient, while its industry-leading claims service provides additional peace of mind. Swiss Re Corporate Solutions serves clients from over 50 offices worldwide and is backed by the financial strength of the Swiss Re Group.
About the role
We are looking for a risk engineer to work in our Property business segment in North American and Latin America and provide technical advice to property underwriters especially with regards to Swiss Re's mining (surface/ underground & ore/coal mining and processing facilities, smelting/refining) as well as utilities business (combined cycle power plants, conventional steam power plants, hydro electrical plants and renewable energy). You will advise our underwriters on risk quality, loss estimates, capacity allocation and loss prevention measures for large mining and utilities accounts.
Your role as risk engineer will also encompass carrying out on-site risk inspections and operations reviews to assess our clients' risk mitigation approaches.
Swiss Re's clientele are represented by all major industrial and commercial clients (local and international). However, you will be mainly responsible to support our mining and utilities business but as business dictates. Additionally you could also provide support for other heavy industries like smelting and steel industries.
About the team
As a member of our global Risk Engineering Services (RES) team you will be our expert in these dedicated core industries. This will allow you to contribute to various projects and papers involving best practices, guidelines, U/W conditions, technology and industry updates. Finally, you will be responsible for enhancing Natural Perils risk assessment methods for single risks - with focus on the mining and utilities business.
This role has global responsibilities and the team come from a diverse range of backgrounds, so you should be comfortable working in a truly international environment.
This opportunity is open to applicants in Canada, US, Mexico and Brazil.
Mechanical / mining / electrical engineer, geologist, process engineer or equivalent education
Several years' experience in the mining and/or power industry (mining/process unit leader, design, commissioning, maintenance or inspection, project superintendent etc.)
Previous experiences as "insurance" risk engineer would be appreciated but is not a necessity
Experience or strong interest in loss prevention topics (e.g. fire protection; technical risk management)
Sound knowledge of international loss prevention/fire protection standards (e.g. NFPA or equivalent)
(Re)-insurance knowledge would be of advantage
Proficiency level in English and Spanish is a requirement – other language skills (e.g. Portuguese) desirable
Service oriented mindset
Working in a small team - a good team player approach is paramount
Good presentation skills
Capacity to work under pressure, multi-tasking
High analytical capacity and focus on details
Willingness to travel- worldwide
Senior Mining Engineer
At our core, we're a community. Together, we exercise creative thought, developing engineering and designs as individual as the people and projects we touch. From approval and permitting to design and construction management services, we put the goals of our clients and their communities at the center of everything we create. Join us as we assist mining companies in getting mined materials to communities around the globe.
As a Senior Mining Engineer,
your role is to develop mine models, mine development plans, and
select equipment for engineering studies. Potential
assignments include supporting surface or underground mine development
activities through equipment selection, haulage and mine simulations, and timing sequences. The successful candidate will contribute to a wide variety of
multi-disciplinary projects related to the energy and mining industries from
due diligence and feasibility studies to operational on-site assistance.
Your Key Responsibilities
Developingmine plans and mining schedules for surface mines and underground minesincluding production schedules, haulage simulations, pit designs, ramp designs,underground mine layouts, and undergroundmine development timing sequences.
Preparemining cost estimates for both surface mines and underground mines.
Developfinancial models for investment decisions supporting client projects.
Writetechnical reports and provide internal peer review.
Presentmine planning results to clients Pursue strategic clients and buildrelationships.
Provideconsulting expertise to Stantec's global clients.
Maintainand foster client relationships.
Providesenior-level oversight and peer review of concepts, designs, models, and reports.
Your Capabilities and Credentials
Excellent interpersonal skills.
StrongEnglish verbal and technical writing skills, including experience in writingproposals and technical reports.
Strongorganizational and analytical skills.
Ability to travel domesticallyand internationally to support projects, marketing activities, and clientneeds.
Education and Experience
Bachelor's Degree or higher in Mining Engineering.
Minimum of 10 years' working in the mining industry,with experience in technical and/or management roles.
Licensed Professional Engineer (P.E. or P.Eng.) or theability to obtain one.
Advanced experiencedeveloping and leading technical teams
Location of Employment
position will be based in one of our United States offices with a preference to Salt Lake City, UT, Denver, CO, or
Typical office environment working
with computers and remaining sedentary for long periods of time. Field work may
include exposure to the elements including inclement weather or typical mining
Thisdescription is not a comprehensive listing of activities, duties orresponsibilities that may be required of the employee and other duties,responsibilities and activities may be assigned or may be changed at any timewith or without written notice.
Stantec is a place where the best
and brightest come to build on each other's talents, do exciting work, and make
an impact on the world around us. Join us and redefine your personal best.
Job: Mining Engineer
Primary Location: United States-Utah-Salt Lake City
Other Locations: United States-Colorado-Denver, United States-West Virginia-Charleston
Employee Status: Regular
Job Level: Individual Contributor
Travel: Yes, 20 % of the Time
Job Posting: Dec 3, 2018, 1:04:39 PM
Req ID: 180002OR
Summary: The Mining Technician & Inspector is responsible for the inspection, testing, servicing, and/or the installation of fire safety equipment and systems, all in accordance with applicable fire codes and mining regulations. This position will be based out of the Westfrankfort, IL office but working directly in Carlisle, IN.
Inspection of fire extinguisher(s) in accordance with NFPA 10 and kitchen extinguishing systems NFPA 17-17A and UL 300
Thorough understanding of NFPA, manufacturer and local fire codes for restaurant fire suppression systems and fire extinguishers
Perform on-site emergency troubleshooting
Identify NFPA code and non-conformance issues.
Ability to work flexible schedules to accommodate testing schedules.
Prepare accurate and detailed inspection reports daily
Maintain a clean safe work environment
Maintain first aid cabinets
Perform quality work with minimal supervision
Other duties as assigned
Must have strong work ethics
Detail oriented problem solvers, professional attitude, reliable
Possess strong organizational, documentation, time management skills
Excellent customer service provided by communication skills both verbally and in writing
Ability to interact with employees and customers in a professional manner
Ability to speak and write English. Fluent in Spanish preferred.
Ability to work independently and with a team in a fast-paced and high volume environment with emphasis on accuracy and timeliness
Working knowledge of safety and hazardous material standards
Possess High school diploma or equivalent. Two or more years experience inspecting restaurant fire suppression systems is preferred but not required. We will train the right person. Must hold a West Virginia Underground Mining Certification. Must hold a valid drivers license and a clean driving record. Pass extensive background checks and health screenings to be completed upon hire and throughout employees employment.
Frequent walking, standing, reaching, bending, pushing, pulling, crouching, crawling and driving. Ability to work long hours and working in conditions that include restricted movement, air contamination Ability to lift up to 55 pounds. Ability to travel overnight.
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