Profession mineral processing engineer
Mineral processing engineers develop and manage equipment and techniques to successfully process and refine valuable minerals from ore or raw mineral.
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The composition, structure, and properties of substances and the processes and transformations that they undergo; the uses of different chemicals and their interactions, production techniques, risk factors, and disposal methods.
Solid earth, rock types, structures and the processes by which they are altered.
- Prepare technical reports
Prepare technical reports that describe results and processes of scientific or technical research, or assess its progress. These reports help researchers to keep up to date with recent findings.
- Manage mineral testing procedures
Manage mineral testing procedures in order to assess product quality at all stages.
- Manage mineral processing plant
Manage plant and equipment designed to extract products from raw minerals. Monitor the flow of materials through the processing plant.
- Manage chemical reagents
Manage the handling, addition, and disposal of chemical reagents used to help separate products from raw mineral.
- Maintain records of mining operations
Maintain records of mine production and development performance, including performance of machinery.
Identify operating problems, decide what to do about it and report accordingly.
- Monitor mine production
Oversee mining production rates in order to estimate operational effectiveness.
- Ensure compliance with safety legislation
Implement safety programmes to comply with national laws and legislation. Ensure that equipment and processes are compliant with safety regulations.
- Address problems critically
Identify the strengths and weaknesses of various abstract, rational concepts, such as issues, opinions, and approaches related to a specific problematic situation in order to formulate solutions and alternative methods of tackling the situation.
- Use a computer
Utilise computer equipment or digital devices to facilitate quality control, data management, and communication. Follow instructions given by a computer programme, create computer files or documents.
- Supervise staff
Oversee the selection, training, performance and motivation of staff.
Optional knowledge and skillsapply transportation management concepts develop new installations communicate on the environmental impact of mining design plant waste procedures bioleaching impact of geological factors on mining operations mine dump design
Source: Sisyphus ODB