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Engineering Department Manager - Phosphate Mining - Polk, FL

Seeking individual with experience managing and supervising an engineering department in a mining environment, phosphate mining experience preferred.
Shall:
Manage project front end development and allocate resources to best suit mining and processing procedures.
Initiate and implement process improvements on time and within budget, improve cost-benefit ratio of projects.
Manage, coach and develop employees and provide in-depth training to plant and mine personnel.
Develop and enforce SOPs to ensure compliance with plant and mine processes.
Qualifications:
Mining experience, must have acted in a supervisory role for mining engineering departments.
B.S. or M.S. in Mining Engineering, Civil Engineering or Geological Engineering.
Project management experience for capital project development.
Excellent growth opportunity with fantastic compensation package including generous salary to $120,000 and end of year bonus. Full company paid benefits for medical, dental and vision insurance. Paid time off for personal and sick days, paid vacation packages and paid holidays. Opportunities to advance within the management structure.
For complete details contact James Franco at
(609) 584-9000 ext 283
Or submit resume online at:
http://dmc9.com/jef/app.asp
Or email to:
1000018979_10007335(at)jobbank301.com
Please reference #3610901 when responding.
Education Requirements: Bachelor Degree
Minimum Experience Requirements: 2-5 years
Job City Location: Polk
Job State Location: FL
Job Country Location: USA
Salary Range: $80,000 to $120,000
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