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18 Feb 2023
Full-Time Environmental Assistant Project Manager – Al Qurayyat
The Geologist is in charge of making day-to-day ore control decisions using software that incorporates blast hole survey and assay data. Maintaining the integrity of the blasthole database, aiding in the development of month-end mine production reports, and monitoring resource model vs. mined performance metrics are all responsibilities of this position.
Job Title : Environmental Assistant Project Manager
Location : Al Qurayyat, Al Jouf, Saudi Arabia
Salary : $ 28.94 per hour.
Company : Savvy Construction Management Inc.
Job Type : Full-Time
- Their responsibilities may include, among others, the creation of reports and plans for groundwater monitoring and other types of remedial work. They may also have to estimate expenses and provide technical documentation.
- Tell the Project Manager about any problems, cost or time overruns, client-requested changes to the project’s scope, liability risks, or anything else important to the success and safety of the project.
- A typical day’s labor includes preparing the land for operations, overseeing drilling and well installation, and documenting soil boreholes. For testing, soil and groundwater samples will be taken.
- Daily reports will be required to provide this information to management. It is vital for a business to maintain inventory and transfer samples.
- Permits and papers that are technically correct, clear, understandable and in accordance with the stipulated regulations instructions and procedures should be produced if necessary.
- Drillers must position drilling equipment, communicate management objectives to drill crews, and maintain communication with drillers to keep management up to speed on mechanical issues, hole quality, and surveys in order to do their work successfully and efficiently.
- Additionally, this role requires the preparation of water quality monitoring methods and the analysis of environmental sample results.
- Word, Excel and database software abilities are desirable, although knowledge of ArcGIS and CAD is a bonus. A solid understanding of remedial systems and general building and mechanical abilities are a bonus.
- Providing assistance in the examination of geological and risk assessment papers for Solid Waste & Waste Cleanup submittals with District or appropriate Division authorities. For projects supplied to you by your supervisors or managers, assess extra site restoration plans and paperwork in a professional manner.
- Proposal writing and cost estimate; remedial systems design; monitoring implementation/construction of corrective actions; technical report writing; and mentoring are all examples of project management.
- In a mining or industrial plant environment, extremes in temperature and humidity, as well as the risk of electrical shock and exposure to toxic chemicals and explosives, are conceivable.
- At least a bachelor’s degree in geology from an accredited school or university, plus at least 20 semester hours in mathematics, physics, chemistry, biological science and structural and mineral engineering, as well as petroleum engineering and computer science.
- You must have one year of specialized federal government experience or GS-07-level education to apply. In order to achieve this criteria, you must have collected, analyzed, and reported on soil and rock sample data, as well as provided standard data to higher-level experts, conducted research or investigations, and/or helped administer mineral locateable and saleable operations.
- The ability to compile and illustrate geological data using Microsoft’s tools; meticulousness and exactness in documentation Multi-tasking and project coordination
- To conduct field and site inspections relating to the installation of groundwater monitoring wells at solid waste facilities and inspections in accordance with the solid waste service level for closed landfills.