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Senior Minerals Processing Engineer  [December 11, 2018]

Location: North Carolina State University, United States
Department: Minerals Research Laboratory
Job City & State: Asheville, NC

Primary Function of Organizational Unit

The MRL is located in Asheville, NC and the Director- MRL keeps in contact with the North Carolina and United States mineral industry to define the needs of the industry and to initiate research projects. The work of the MRL, like the overall work of Industry Expansion Solutions (IES), is accomplished by developing and delivering superior professional education and technical assistance programs that meet the needs of engineers and technical professionals in the mining and minerals industry and by advocating the use of engineering science and technology and best practices to promote corporate growth and the production of quality products. IES is a state-wide university based economic development organization specifically chartered by the North Carolina General Assembly to transfer knowledge and technology to North Carolina industry to support global competitiveness.

Essential Job Duties

This position will be responsible for the daily managing of the technicians and the facility. The Chief Engineer will have personal project work in addition to scheduling equipment time and manpower for the other Engineers. IES is a major component of the state’s economic development operation by diffusing engineering, science, and technology to NC industry, business, and public agencies for the enhancement of employee safety, quality, productivity and environmental protection. The Minerals Research Laboratory (a group within IES) interacts with mining companies, exploration geologists, and government agencies to promote, educate, and increase use of minerals. The lab has a seventy-year track record of helping mining companies in North America and around the world to improve processing efficiency, produce new products and improve quality of existing product lines.

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