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mining engineer

[′mīn·iŋ ‚en·jə′nir]
(mining engineering)
One qualified by education, training, and experience in mining engineering.
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The starting salary for a graduate is about $35,000 per year, while an experienced mining engineer can expect to earn well over $80,000.
Under the bill, no person shall practice or offer to practice mining engineering in the Philippines without registering as a professional mining engineer.
He then moved to Vancouver, where he spent seven years as a consulting mining engineer working for Rescan Engineering and AMEC Mining and Metals.
MBA), a well-known and internationally respected mining engineer, has agreed to serve as the Vice President of Exploration for the Company effective November 15, 2006.
Frank Delzer is a professional mining engineer with over 40 years of experience in the mining industry managing projects in the United States and Latin America.
From 1990 to 1992 Al was a Senior Mining Engineer for Hecla Mining Company, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, and from 1992 to 2001, Al was Vice President and General Manager for Minera Hecla in Mexico, where he was responsible for the design, construction, operation and reclamation of the highly successful La Choya open pit - heap leach gold mine.
Neil joined the Company in June 2006 as Senior Mining Engineer and initially focused his attention, with the team at Hellas Gold, on the launch of mining operations at Stratoni and the completion of studies for input into the business plans recently submitted to the Greek State.
MacFarlane is a graduate Mining Engineer with over 30 years of wide ranging experience in the mining industry.
His Professional honors and awards include the WVU School of Mines Distinguished Engineer of Mines and College of Engineering and Mineral Resources Board of Supervisors; University of Kentucky, School of Mines Board of Advisors; University of Texas, Latin American Law Center Board of Advisors; National Coal Association, Safety Committee Member; Society of Mining Engineers, AIME, 1985 Outstanding Mining Engineer of the Year; West Virginia DNR Outstanding Mine Complex Award in 1983; US MSHA Safety Award in 1984; and a US Dept of the Interior Award for Outstanding Example of Surface Mining in 1991.
This was preceded by a 5-year term as Chief Mining Engineer for Tarkwa Goldfields in Ghana.
Carron Brown is a mining engineer from the Royal School of Mines in the United Kingdom with over 20 years of diverse international experience.

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