Company Name: Bureau of Land Management
Website: https://blm.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/413768800

Title: Rangeland Management Specialist
Location: Winnemucca, NV

Description:
At the GS-07/09 Levels: Assists senior rangeland management specialists in gathering, analysis, interpretation, and evaluation of data to determine if land use objectives are being met. Reviews range permits to ensure compliance with appropriate federal law. Assists with the coordinating and consulting with local Tribal Councils, state and federa agencies, and other groups regarding rangeland protection and conservation. Conducts studies and determines the need for range and watershed improvements that are directly related to management objectives. Responsible for assisting in preparing, evaluating and conducting biological analyses of public rangeland projects. Responsible for providing basic input to interdisciplinary reports, environmental assessments, and protective stipulations for rangeland ecosystems. Serves as a rangeland resource advisor to ranchers, farmers, and other land users.

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Company Name: The Great Basin Institute
Website: http://www.thegreatbasininstitute.org/job/nepa-technician-blm-battle-mountain/

Title: NEPA Technician
Location: Battle Mountain, NV

Description:
Working collaboratively with the BLM Battle Mountain District Office, GBI is recruiting to hire a National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Technician to support BLM’s Planning and Environmental Coordinators. The NEPA Technician will be provided a working introduction to BLM policies, regulations, procedures, programs, and operations. Particular focus will be placed on planning and environmental coordination through administrative and technical tasks, including the use of ePlanning, designed to develop knowledge and understanding of multiple-use land management. The NEPA Technician will assist Planning and Environmental Coordinators with preparation and review of NEPA documents; organizing and preparing Administrative Records for a broad scope of public land projects; responding to public comments on NEPA documents as needed; and researching and tracking recent applicable legal decisions, regulations, and policy guidance. Strong communication skills are imperative as the NEPA Technician must be approachable and work well in both team and individual work environments. The NEPA Technician will also assist in conducting NEPA coordination (kickoff) meetings with stakeholders and possibly public meetings, as well as help with coordinating District staff through the planning process.

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Company Name: EP Minerals
Website: https://epminerals.com/

Title: Analytical Chemist
Location: Reno, NV

Description:
The Analytical Chemist will be based in Reno, NV reporting to the Director of R&D. This position will be primarily responsible for the development and validation of new techniques for determining the properties and makeup of industrial minerals. Specific responsibilities of this position include but are not limited to:

– Provide analytical method developments to R&D group,
– Design and perform experiments that contribute to project goals, specifically around new product development,
– Participate in the evaluation of technical feasibility of new projects,
– Work as lead analytical chemist for the R&D team,
– Coordinate with Commercial team (primarily marketing) on the commercialization of new products,
– Conduct literature research to identify and select relevant method development protocols,
– Responsible for ensuring that information security is carried out while performing day-to-day functions, duties and tasks.

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Company Name: Tetra Tech
Website: https://tetratech.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobsearch.ftl?lang=en&portal=101430233

Title: Summer Intern
Location: Morris Plains, NJ

Description:
Tetra Tech Inc. Is accepting applications for a Summer Intern to assist in-house projects with office and/or field-related tasks, including planning, implementation and reporting.

Minimum Qualifications:
– For a new recent graduate or working towards a BS or higher degree in environmental-related field (e.g., geology, environmental science, etc.
– No experience necessary, although previous environmental- and/or office-related work is a bonus”

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Company Name: Tetra Tech
Website: https://tetratech.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobsearch.ftl?lang=en&portal=101430233

Title: GIS Analyst / Programmer, Associate Level
Location: Vallejo, CA

Description:
Tetra Tech, Inc., currently has an immediate opportunity for a GIS Analyst / Programmer, Associate Level at the Forest Service Region 5, Regional Office, Vallejo, CA. This project requires a GIS background and knowledge of Microsoft Access and Excel. A wildlife or biological background is desirable for understanding scientific terminology/names.

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Company Name: Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest (USFS)
Title: Geologist
Location: Elko, NV

Description:
The position serves three Ranger Districts (Mountain City, Ruby Mountain-Jarbidge and Santa Rosa, referred to as the Northeast Zone) out of Elko, NV and has a primarily workload in locatable minerals permit processing and project administration in the field. Duties include a combination of both field and office work in support of resource management activities related to minerals and geology. The position reports to the District Ranger. Beneficial skills include basic knowledge of the mining industry and the permitting process, including NEPA, however, the incumbent will receive on-the-job training and other training opportunities. Elko is the national hub of gold mining and is an exciting place to work as a geologist with numerous large mines in the area.

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Company Name: BHP Billiton
Website: http://www.mineindustryjobs.com/job_view.php?jobid=4831

Title: Survey Technician
Location: Farmington, NM

Description:
Employer: Navajo Mine, Surface Coal Mine
Location: Farmington, New Mexico
Summary: Responsible for gathering survey information and creating reports to support the coal mine’s operation, while meeting sound safety, environmental, and survey principles.
Reports to: Superintendent Production Planning

Duties include:
– Perform surveys to locate coal seam structures and topographies.
– Import field data into the mine’s computer aided drafting (CAD) program, check for accuracy and file data.
– Calculate volumes and quantities and report to internal customers and regulatory agencies.
– Perform surveys for construction projects including staking, grade control and scanning for volumetric calculations.
– Utilize survey equipment and engineering software including GPS, laser, scanner, Total Station, AutoCAD and Vulcan.
– Monitor field conditions and anticipate survey requirements in a dynamic and rapidly-changing environment.
– Participate in a diverse team to deliver the short-range mine plans.
– Perform other assignments as directed to meet business needs.

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Company Name: Granite Construction
Website: http://www.mineindustryjobs.com/job_view.php?jobid=4836

Title: Mining Manager
Location: Elko, NV

Description:
This position is responsible for all operations of the geographic area including providing leadership (including setting clear expectations), oversight and strategic direction to ensure the delivery of short and long term goals (with revenue under $20 million).

Essential Job Accountabilities:
1. Assist in the preparation and implementation of strategic mining services plan for the area and business unit that promotes growth of the business unit and its capabilities, which are consistent with the Group and corporate strategic plans and goals.
2. Prepare and communicate accurate and timely financial forecasts, budgets, and projections.
3. Be a visible model and champion for our employees to conduct themselves and our business activities consistent with our Core Values and Code of Conduct; enhancing our reputation for truthfulness and fair dealing.
4. Ensure that the Company’s Safety programs are implemented, and that there is zero tolerance for non-compliance with minimum safety standards set by the Corporate and Group leadership. Work diligently to create an environment with the ultimate goal of “ZERO” accidents.
5. Develop and mentor, ensuring that Area employees are properly trained in the skills necessary for success at Granite, given opportunity for stretch assignments, and given full access (including transfer) for leadership development. Embrace leadership and employee development with active participation in Employee Development initiatives. Performance-manage employees resulting in high performance teams.
6. Promote change and the Pursuit of Excellence in the geographic area. Build a culture that strives to lead the industry in technological and process improvement.
7. Collaborate with Group Functional leadership in developing best practices and personnel inside the business unit. Ensure that area personnel meet the highest standards as set by functional leaders, and take an active part in personnel and team development. Ensure that Group Functional leaders are an integral part of employee development. Include Group Functional leadership in area leadership individual development dialogues.
8. Actively participate in bid reviews for all large dollar and/or complicated bids to ensure estimate accuracy, risk and opportunity assessment, and strength and weakness analysis is consistent with overall Group expectations.
9. Actively participate in the management of the area construction materials business, including but not limited to, ensuring that best industry practices are adopted, plant capital projects are consistent with the Group financial expectations, and commodity purchases utilize Group resources and are consistent with Group expectations.
10. Champion growth initiatives in the area, including pro-forma and market analysis for acquisitions. Ensure that acquisition opportunities are consistent with the strategic plan, and meet Group and Corporate goals.
11. Develop strategic and professional relationships; work to build alliances with politicians, customers, vendors and subcontractors to ensure Granite is a well-respected leader in the local community.
12. When requested by Group and Corporate management, provide personnel and development opportunities to help build bench strength for Company growth.
13. In union shop environments, when necessary, act as a consultant with labor relations, to the collective bargain process. In merit shop environments, work with the Corporate and local benefits coordinators to ensure Granite’s programs provide the appropriate benefit coverage and compensation for non-union craft employees.
14. Ensure that the Company’s equipment standards and policies are being met. Include Corporate Functional equipment leadership in regular inspection of branch equipment resources.

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Company Name: Intrepid Potash
Website: http://www.mineindustryjobs.com/job_view.php?jobid=4839

Title: Environmental Manager
Location: Carlsbad, NM

Description:
Develop and implement environmental standards, systems, policies, and procedures that ensure mining and processing activities for the company meet industry standards and at a minimum comply with regulations. Ensure that programs provide a safe work environment for employees, contractors, and other personnel on Intrepid-controlled sites. Provide advice and assistance to the site and corporate leadership team on environmental management issues to minimize risks associated with these responsibilities. This position shall effectively communicate current and future regulatory impact on operations, recognize and recommend corrective actions on environmental compliance issues, assure all related reports are prepared for submittal to regulatory officials in an accurate and in a timely manner.

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Company Name: Barrick
Website: http://www.mineindustryjobs.com/job_view.php?jobid=4841

Title: Senior Environmental Engineer
Location: Elko, NV

Description:
The successful candidate will ensure that all legal and other compliance obligations related to tailings management and closure activities of the mine are achieved. This involves managing multiple tasks, as well as upkeep and maintenance of developed compliance systems. The successful candidate will lead and develop Environmental Engineers, Coordinators, and Technicians, as assigned, by overseeing the maintenance, evaluation and reporting of collected data to Barrick management and governmental agencies. Additional duties will include assisting operating division personnel in a customer service role; assisting with training of Barrick employees, contractors, and others; and overseeing inspections of operations to ensure permit compliance including accompanying regulatory inspectors on periodic inspections of work areas on and off the mine site. This position may fill in as department head, if required, and may be responsible for periodic, after hours on-call response to environmental incidents, as needed.

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