Senior Metallurgist/Senior Mineral Processing Engineer
£Excellent Salary and Bonus
Responsible for the preparation of consultancy reports for clients on a variety of aspects relating to the metallurgical, mineral processing and project development consulting practice of the firm.
This includes independent due diligence evaluation of both undeveloped and developed mineral properties, field visits and site inspections, participation in the independent assessment of projects on behalf of lending institutions, preparation of scoping and feasibility studies, and the preparation of technical reports in conformance with the standards of regulatory agencies (for example, Canadian National Instrument 43-101).
The Senior Metallurgist/Senior Mineral Processing Engineer will be expected to develop and manage metallurgical testwork programmes on behalf of clients and to prepare preliminary designs for processing flowsheets.
Travel is frequent and usually international, mainly to mine or exploration sites. Most of these trips are short and typically involve at most a week or two away from home office.
Generally, a Senior Metallurgist/Senior Mineral Processing Engineer will participate in project teams, typically with geologists and mining engineers.
In addition, a Senior Metallurgist/Senior Mineral Processing Engineer will assist in developing business for the firm in identifying opportunities for new assignments, identifying new clients and ways in which the firm can provide consulting services to existing clients. It is anticipated that, in due course, a Senior Metallurgist/Senior Mineral Processing Engineer will assume some of the management responsibilities associated with the office in which he/she is based.
A Senior Metallurgist/Senior Mineral Processing Engineer will report primarily to the President ,Vice President and General Manager of the United Kingdom office.
Starting salary would likely be in the range of £70k to £90k for someone with approximately 10 years experience. Bonus for the first full year of employment, though entirely dependent on performance would likely be greater than £20k.