My client, a non-governmental department body NGDB working in the UK engineering sector, have an immediate requirement for a mining consultant and information manager.
The primary responsibility for this role is the use of a Geographical Information System GIS to interpret digital mining information.
The key aspects include mine abandonment plans as well as other historical plans and records to manage and maintain the accuracy of the digital mining records.
in addition, the role will require the review and assessment of new mining information and supporting the wider internal business as an expert mining consultant and providing effective customer service to stakeholders and delivery of information asset across the business.
Applicants should ideally hold a degree or equivalent in a mining, geophysical or geotechnical related qualification as well as being able to demonstrate relevant experience at a desirable level.
Applicants with information management qualification or experience would be particularly desirable.
Experience of using information in a GIS or CAD application as well as experience interpreting mining plans and records would be a clear advantage to applicants.
In return, my client are offering a salary of up to £43,220 as well as a generous public sector pension of 20.9% p/annum and a competitive package.
We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity in our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.