CVs for the Mining Industry There are a number of items you will need in creating a CV for the mining industry. 1. What job are you wanting to do? Take a look at this list and see if one fits you and your skill base: Trades Digger operator Jumbo operator Bogger operator Excavator operator Bulldozer operator Grader operator Scraper operation Tip truck driver Shotfirer Miner Labourer Laboratory Assistant Field Assistant – Sampling Driller Welder Boilermaker (heavy fabrication) Sheetmetal Worker (light fabrication) Heavy vehicle mechanic Plant mechanic Electrician Professionals Civil/structural engineer Electrical engineer Electronics/Instrument Engineer Environmental Scientist/Engineer Geological Engineer Geoscientist Metallurgist/Chemical/Process Engineer Mining Engineer Surveyor 2. Once you have established what sort of position you are after, you then need to develop your CV with keywords that match this position.
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