Aggregate Superintendent

United Employment Associates, LLC
South Carolina

JOB: 3700

 

Salary: DOE

 

Aggregate Superintendent

 

Overview:

Company seeks an Aggregate Superintendent to ensure quarry’s production levels are maintained safely to schedule and balance sales & output. The right candidate will be managing the production process & settings as well as monitoring targets.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Assist Manager with providing company with information and statistics on the quarry's performance.

  • Assist with managing and regulating the quarry's budget.

  • Maintaining up-to-date records and dealing with a range of paperwork.

  • Assist with ensuring that key government health and safety legislation, (including MSHA) is implemented throughout the site.

  • Knowledge of with keeping up to date with relevant government legislation and industry developments.

  • Assist Manager with developing inspection systems and checklists.

  • Assist Manager with writing development proposals and reports.

  • Assist Manager with managing and recruiting staff.

  • Assist Manager with closely monitoring all areas of the quarry to ensure that extraction and processing work is carried out to the highest standard.

  • Assist Manager with liaising with staff on site and dealing with any technical or staffing challenges that arise.

  • Work closely with Manager with undertaking regular site inspections and risk assessments in order to comply with all health and safety regulations.

  • Quality control with examining the materials produced to ensure that a high quality of product is maintained.

  • Assist manager with assessing equipment and production materials levels.

  • Ordering new items as required.

  • Checking that all vehicles on site are maintained to a good standard.

 

Requirements:

  • 5 -10 Years of managing quarries/mining of aggregates with demonstrated results.

  • Working knowledge of MSHA regulations and possess a commitment to MSHA.

  • Safety certification a plus but working knowledge of safety with MSHA is a must.

  • Demonstrated leadership qualities with managing mining employees in a non-union environment.

  • Bachelor’s degree preferred but not a must.

 

Contact Stephen Stauffer:
Phone: 610-437-5040 x102
E-mail: S.Stauffer@UnitedEmployment.com
Website: https://lnkd.in/eTX-P-c

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