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Working As A Miner

  • Controlling Machines and Processes
  • Identifying Objects, Actions, and Events
  • Inspecting Equipment, Structures, or Material
  • Operating Vehicles, Mechanized Devices, or Equipment
  • Monitor Processes, Materials, or Surroundings
  • Unpleasant/Hazardous Environment

  • Repetitive

  • $23,650

    Average Salary

What Does A Miner Do At Sealaska Corporation

* Implementing, monitoring and supporting minerals management policies and procedures.
* Define and recommend objectives; develop specific short and long range plans and programs together with supporting budgets for the development of a minerals management program.
* Compile annual budget reports for presentation and approval to corporate executives, including projections and anticipation of potential problems.
* Ensure that operations conform to local, state and federal governmental regulations.
* Responsibility for reviewing, negotiating and approving commercial terms contained in proposals, tenders and project contracts including construction, engineering and operating agreements.
* Ensuring the integration of legal, tax, human resources, insurance and finance considerations into proposals and contracts.
* Developing and communicating effective project structures and commercial strategy, including risk management on all medium and large projects.
* Formulate and install standard practices based on industry methods and costs.
* Works closely with key clients to understand business issues and opportunities.
* Establish and maintain satisfactory customer and public relations through direct and delegated contacts with representative individual groups.
* Provide geological expertise as needed in reserve analysis and mining activities.
* Other duties as assigned.
* Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:
* Strong leadership skills.
* An energetic, forward-thinking and creative individual with high ethical standards and an appropriate professional image.
* A strategic leader with sound technical skills, analytical ability, good judgment and strong operational focus.
* A well-organized and self-directed individual who is “politically savvy” and a team player.
* Strong project-management skills.
* An intelligent and articulate individual who can relate to people at all levels of an organization and possesses excellent communication skills.
* An excellent negotiator who is experienced in all minerals contracts.
* A decisive individual who possesses a “big picture” perspective and is well versed in systems.
* Commitment to company values.
* Ability to plan, coordinate and direct a staff of technical, professional, clerical and industry related personnel.
* Ability to interpret and apply laws and policies to specific problems relating to mining activities.
* Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with local officials, corporate management and the general public.
* Knowledge of federal and state laws influencing employment & labor practices.
* Analytical ability to define and prepare strategic and operating plans and budgets.
* Geological expertise

What Does A Miner Do At Washington University of St. Louis

* Our lab is primarily focused on neuropathy as a component of skeletal pathology (e.g. fragility, bone loss and marrow adiposity) in clinical conditions including diabetes and periodontal disease.
* Approaches include advanced cellular and molecular imaging, human tissue analysis and the use of rodent models to recapitulate human disorders.
* The candidate is expected to design and execute research protocols based on methods in the literature.
* The candidate is expected to present data at meetings, publish the results and assist with grant preparation

What Does A Miner Do At Barrick

* The successful candidate will work in an underground production zone and must be able to safely operate equipment in an underground mining operation (may be located at Banshee, Meikle, Northpost, or Rodeo); perform other duties as assigned.
* SELECTION CRITERIA

What Does A Miner Do At Barrick

* Reporting to the Underground Support General Supervisor the Underground Service Miner is responsible for the following:
* complete various functions within the underground operation service group including, but not limited to, equipment operation, skipper, cager, and batch/shotcrete plant operation
* Perform other duties as assigned

What Does A Miner Do At Barrick

* Reporting to the Underground Operations Supervisor, the Underground Miner, is responsible for the following:
* Safely perform underground mining duties involving all phases of underground mining
* Perform other duties as assigned

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Miner Typical Career Paths

Average Length of Employment
Ore Miner 16.0 years
Miner Operator 5.0 years
Production Miner 4.1 years
Coal Miner 3.8 years
Lead Miner 3.1 years
Miner 3.0 years
Hard Rock Miner 2.4 years
Miner Helper 2.3 years
Boss Miner 2.1 years
Top Employers Before
Operator 8.5%
Coal Miner 8.2%
Lead Miner 6.6%
Welder 6.4%
Foreman 5.2%
Mechanic 5.1%
Supervisor 4.6%
Cashier 3.5%
Manager 3.3%
Driller 3.3%
Carpenter 3.0%
Technician 2.8%
Top Employers After
Lead Miner 11.9%
Coal Miner 6.7%
Operator 6.5%
Supervisor 5.8%
Welder 5.7%
Mechanic 5.1%
Foreman 4.9%
Technician 4.1%
Driver 3.6%
Driller 3.4%
Carpenter 2.8%
Owner 2.6%

Miner Demographics

Gender

Male

86.5%

Female

12.0%

Unknown

1.5%
Ethnicity

White

80.7%

Hispanic or Latino

10.5%

Asian

6.7%

Unknown

1.6%

Black or African American

0.5%
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Languages Spoken

Spanish

66.7%

Portuguese

9.5%

Dakota

9.5%

Nepali

4.8%

Tagalog

4.8%

Korean

4.8%
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Miner Education

Schools

Great Basin College

13.0%

Missouri University of Science and Technology

8.4%

University of Phoenix

7.1%

Hazard Community and Technical College

5.8%

Vincennes University

5.8%

University of Arizona

5.8%

University of Texas at El Paso

5.2%

Fairmont State University

4.5%

Mountain Empire Community College

4.5%

West Virginia University

4.5%

University of Texas at Dallas

3.9%

University of Utah

3.9%

Marshall University

3.9%

John A Logan College

3.9%

Mesa Community College - Boswell

3.2%

Madisonville Community College

3.2%

Colorado School of Mines

3.2%

San Juan College

3.2%

Southwest Virginia Community College

3.2%

North Idaho College

3.2%
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Majors

Business

16.9%

Mining Engineering

12.9%

General Studies

9.7%

Automotive Technology

6.4%

Precision Metal Working

5.9%

Criminal Justice

5.3%

Electrical Engineering Technology

4.4%

Computer Science

3.8%

Geology

3.8%

Electrical Engineering

3.6%

Psychology

3.6%

Management

3.2%

Education

3.0%

Information Technology

3.0%

Accounting

2.8%

Biology

2.5%

Communication

2.5%

Industrial Technology

2.3%

Journalism

2.3%

Chemistry

1.9%
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Degrees

Other

40.5%

Bachelors

25.0%

Associate

11.6%

Masters

9.8%

Certificate

8.8%

Doctorate

2.1%

Diploma

1.9%

License

0.2%
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Top Skills for A Miner

SafeOperationRoofBoltsTONHaulTrucksJacklegDrillsHeavyEquipmentBoomJumboFrontEndLoaderYardMuckerShuttleCarShotcreteGroundSupportMshaTamrockJackLegLongwallLHDWaterTruckUndergroundMineSlusherStopesDoubleBoom

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Top Miner Skills

  1. Safe Operation
  2. Roof Bolts
  3. TON Haul Trucks
You can check out examples of real life uses of top skills on resumes here:
  • Utilized safe operation of Cat, Wagner and Ramp Rabbit haul trucks ranging from 16 to 30 tons.
  • Installed Roof Bolts in accordance with roof control plan.
  • Operated heavy equipment including 240 ton haul trucks, water trucks and graders.
  • ResponsibilitiesPerformed daily work area and equipment inspections, operated jackleg drills, scissor deck, forklift, pipe truck.
  • Performed various mining responsibilities, heavy equipment operator, presented safety meetings

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