Mining and Geological Engineer CV Example

Mining and Geological Engineers are responsible for determining the location and plan the extraction of coal, metallic ores, non-metallic minerals and other deposits in the land.  They do initial evaluation of the area and identify the available deposits in it as well as the hazards faced when extracting these.  Mining Geological Engineers develop the best method of mining and extraction to ensure the efficient operations of the company and at the same time, the safety of the workers and the people surrounding the area.

Mining and Geological Engineer CV Example

Jack Miller

Marston Road, Birmingham

West Midlands, B26 5NN

Phone:  222-3333-4444

Career Objective

I am an experienced and responsible professional with extensive knowledge in mining seeking for a position as Mining Geological Engineer.  I have excellent skills in designing equipment and making plans for the extraction of mineral and non mineral deposits in the land.  I am also equipped with leadership and supervisory skills necessary for efficient implementation of projects

2006 – Present:  Mining Geological Engineer, Sanders Mining Company

  • Inspected mining areas and plotted maps for safety
  • Examined maps, deposits, drilling locations and other significant information for the efficient extraction of deposits
  • Created a plan and designed the operations of each section of the labour force to accomplish project
  • Supervised the manufacturing of equipment and implementation of the plan

2003-2006: Engineer, Grand Mineral Company

  • Designed devices and equipment for the extraction and location of minerals
  • Coordinated with other branches of the company for the proficient distribution of the mineral reserves
  • Monitored the production rates and assessed effectiveness of operations


2001 – 2005:  Bachelor of Arts in Tourism, Birmingham University

Professional reference will be furnished upon request.

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