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Objective: Seek the Position of Mining Machine Operator
SUMMARY: Profoundly knowledgeable and energetic Mining Machine Operator with more than six years experience in operating a variety of mining machines or equipment used to extract minerals or aggregate from the earth.
Summary of Qualifications
Profound ability to maintain and repair mining machines.
Exceptional physical fitness and great stamina to stand or sit for long hours.
Extremely thorough with strong ability to work on alone with little supervision.
Great mechanical aptitude and knowledge of machines essential to work effectively and efficiently with large motorized equipment.
Excellent communication and reading skills to be able to understand training manuals and the programs that run computerized equipment.
Proven ability to fill out written reports of work progress and any problems that may arise.
Remarkable ability to perform routine maintenance on equipment and determining when and what kind of maintenance is needed.
Exceptional ability to carry out repair work on machines and systems using the needed tools.
Profound knowledge of general characteristics of processed mineral resources, soil and other materials.
In-depth knowledge and the ability to maintain occupational safety, occupational health and ergonomics.
Galaxy Mining & Mineral Exploratory Company Minneapolis, MN 2002 - Present
Mining Machine Operator
Control hydraulic valves that advance jacks used to push forward mine tunnel shield that supports overlying ground.
Operate and adjust feed conveyor.
Control plow blade by remote control on electronic or radio signal.
Adjust speed of bellows to force air through sand and float it over riffles, allowing gold-bearing particles to collect.
Open valves to transfer slurry or ore residue and to admit water or to flush distribution lines.
Observe indicator lights and gauges on control panel to detect machine malfunction.
Listen for unusual sounds that would indicate equipment malfunctions.
Observe flow of fine sand from conveyor to screen and inclined riffle tables.
Start mixer that blends slurry to specified consistency.
Assist in routine maintenance or repair of mining machinery.
Add measured amounts of cement to slurry when hard-surface fill is specified.
Wash residue from tanks and record amount of slurry produced and deposited in mine.