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Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Exclusive Searches for Key Maintenance, Production, and Engineering Leadership Roles: Who Do You Know?

Exclusive Searches for Key Maintenance, Production, & Engineering Leadership Roles: Who Do You Know?

We are assisting a few key clients in locating exceptional and proven professionals for key Key Maintenance, Production, & Engineering Leadership Roles. In a time when many minerals & mining/quarrying operations are cutting back, these clients are seeing significant growth. For this reason, they need professionals to help with their development & growth efforts.

If you know of anyone who would benefit from hearing about these exclusive roles, please let me know. You may also refer them to the descriptions on our website which also offer an option to apply. I have provided a brief summary and a link to each below.

Thank you. Justin Sivey – NERI.

Maintenance Manager - Develop Maintenance Personnel -
The Maintenance Manager is a key leadership role within a strong client. An important aspect of the role is the professional development of maintenance personnel. Leads team that provides maintenance support to 2 mine sites and one mineral separation plant.

Maintenance Engineer / Reliability Engineer -
Serve as Plant Maintenance & Reliability Engineer responsible for maintenance engineering and reliability projects including mechanical reliability, vibration analysis, lube oil analysis and mechanical integrity.

Director of Engineering -
With extensive responsibility and high visibility, the professional will be responsible for driving improvements in process design, capital management, quality, reliability, and cost efficiency.

Production Management -
Significant operational responsibility and accountability for production lines. Key also will be to set the vision and to achieve business objectives.

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