It is expected that the person will be working closely with senior geologists, hydrogeologists, geologic technicians, several geologic and hydrogeological contractors, and also with other groups within the mine site which includes engineers and other mining professionals.
Responsibilities of Geologists
The position will have a range of responsibilities which include assisting the daily management of critical drilling and dewatering programs to data entry, digitizing, sampling and sample pick up. The person in charge of the position will also be responsible for compiling and interpreting geological data, learning 3D mining software, geologic logging, and other duties that are deemed important.
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The mining company requires the applicant to hold a Bachelor’s degree in Geology or Geological Engineering or equivalent. KGHM prefers applicants with a Master’s degree in Geology, Geological Engineering, or Geometallurgy. The candidate must also possess knowledge of hydrogeology, three years of underwater exploration or drilling oversight, and enough experience with hydrothermal copper deposits.
It is also expected that applicants can not only work with a senior geologist in geosciences but also independently.