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Underground Mine & Plant Manager

Company Name:
United Employment Associates, LLC
Underground Mine & Plant Manager
Reporting to the District Production Manager, plans and directs all production, safety, environmental and quality control at underground limestone mine site.
Responsibilities
1.Manage all aspects of a 1-2 million ton underground limestone mine operation located in the Midwest. Products include various sizes of crushed limestone for concrete, industrial and commercial construction needs.
2.Supervise a workforce of approximately 35 employees on 2 shifts.
3.Provide strong leadership, training, team building and supervision with an emphasis on employee development.
4.Manage all mine planning, operational, financial, safety, environmental, personnel, and community relations duties at the mine in accordance with company programs, policies, and guidelines as well as government agencies, i.e. MSHA, EPA.
Requirements
-Bachelor of Science Degree in Engineering (preferably Mining or Civil) or equivalent experience required
-5+ years of plant management experience at a high-volume aggregate operation
-5+ years of underground mine experience.
-Working knowledge and understanding of MSHA regulations and possess a strong personal commitment to safety
-Self-starter with excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills; capable of developing and maintaining good relationships with company and regulatory agency personnel
-Strong leadership skills; possess the ability to lead, manage and motivate; have a proven track record for creating employee ownership of safety, production and quality
-Excellent time management skills; ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks; strong planning skills
-Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook
Please Contact:
Stephen S. Stauffer
United Employment Associates, LLC
Phone: 610-437-5040 x102 Fax: 610-437-9650
E-mail:
www.UnitedEmployment.com
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