18 Mar 2023
Full-Time GIS Analyst ( onsite) – Akhmīm
Blast hole survey and assay data are integrated by the Geologist into daily ore control decisions. Maintaining the integrity of the blast hole database, aiding in the development of month-end mine production reports, and monitoring resource model vs. mined performance metrics are some of the responsibilities of this job.
Job Title : GIS Analyst ( onsite)
Location : Akhmīm, Sūhāj, Egypt
Salary : $ 28.44 per hour.
Company : Sovereign Consulting
Job Type : Full-Time
- Requests for more information, if needed, and permits/documents that are technically correct, clear, easy to understand, and in line with the rules, guidance, and procedures of the Department must be made within the time limits set by the rules, guidance, and procedures of the Department.
- Help District or Division authorities examine geology and risk assessment papers for Solid Waste & Waste Cleanup submittals. Your supervisors or managers will provide you site restoration plans and paperwork to review.
- There is a strong preference for strong computer abilities, including Microsoft Word, Excel and database applications, as well as knowledge of ArcGIS and AutoCAD. Working understanding of remedial systems and general building and mechanical abilities are a bonus.
- Preparing ideas and cost estimates, establishing correction procedures, monitoring implementation/construction, and mentoring are examples of project management.
- Management will need daily reporting. Companies must monitor inventories and transmit samples.
- Management objectives must be conveyed to drill teams, and drillers must report management on mechanical issues, hole quality, and surveys.
- Make sure to tell the project manager about any problems, cost or time overruns, customer-requested changes to the scope, liability exposure, or anything else important to the success or safety of the project.
- Be responsible for assisting with solid waste facility permits and compliance personnel, as well as assisting with water quality monitoring plans and environmental samples for assigned solid waste sites
- Their responsibilities may include, among others, the creation of reports and plans for groundwater monitoring and other types of remedial work. They may also have to estimate expenses and provide technical documentation.
- Drilling and well installation monitoring, as well as the recording of soil boreholes, are among the most common tasks. Samples of soil and groundwater will be taken for testing.
- Bachelor’s or higher in geology plus 20 semester hours in math, physics, chemistry, biological science, structural engineering, mining, petroleum engineering, or computer science from an authorized institution or university.
- In a mining or industrial factory, workers may be exposed to severe temperatures and humidity, electrical shock, and deadly chemicals and explosives.
- Capable of conducting field and site inspections for the construction of groundwater monitoring wells at closed landfills and solid waste treatment facilities respectively.
- meticulousness and exactness in documentation; compiling and illustrating the geological data skilled at working with Microsoft’s software Management of several projects
- To qualify for this job, you must have one year of specialized federal government experience or education equivalent to the GS-07 level. To meet this requirement, you must have worked in the field collecting, analyzing, and reporting on soil and rock sample data; providing standard data to higher-level specialists; conducting studies or investigations; and/or assisting with the administration of mineral locateable and saleable activities.