Valid Driver's License and satisfactory driving record. High School diploma or GED equivalent is preferred. Must be safety-oriented including detailed knowledge of the Mine Safety & Health Administration safety regulations, compliance and inspection process. Intermediate computer skills with Microsoft Office applications to include Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access. Strong oral and written communication skills. Ability to travel locally and regionally. Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously. Must be a team Player. Willing to learn new tasks Preferred SkillsBachelor's degree in engineering, mining or related field preferred. HCSS HeavyJob and HeavyBid preferred. AutoCAD 3D or similar software experience and related computer design software experience preferred. SafetyProvide leadership and be a safety role model by promoting and enforcing safe work habits. Work with safety manager, aggregate managers and field personnel to enforce MSHA laws and regulations and promote safety within the organization. Quality ControlWork with site foreman, crushing supervisor and quality control personnel in scheduling materials testing and maintaining product specifications during production. Assist in perpetual review, improvement and implementation of CQI procedures and processesCrushing/Washing ProductionWork with all manufacturing departments to ensure materials meet specifications and shipping/load out time frames. Work with foreman and crushing supervisor in the day-to-day operations of aggregate production including crushing and washing. Prepare aggregate site budgets and oversee the production (crushing and washing) throughout the construction season. Review and monitor production costs regularly to keep as efficient as possible and identify ways to increase production efficiency and lower costs. Continuously maintain, assist, and develop layouts and plans of crushing and wash plants, detailing plant layouts, material flows, screen sizes, products and TPH for quarry sites and products. Analyze equipment usage and needs, research and makes recommendations on new equipment to be purchased. Work with asphalt plant manager to coordinate production needs and schedule.Site OperationsWork with land resource department to develop short- and long-term site operation plans detailing the most advisable and economical direction to mine a particular site, including the location of berms, overburden stockpiles, bench utilization, plant sites, haul roads, and wash ponds. Assist in maintaining site quantities, signing, fences, seeding, mulching, landscaping and other site needs. Ensure professional appearance and aesthetics of site(s) at all times. Monitor, develop, implement and maintain necessary quarry dewatering and pumping operations; including back-up solutions ready for emergency implementation. Compile and maintain costs and costs history for stripping, restoration, dewatering, drilling and shooting.Inventory ManagementMaintain inventory management for all managed aggregate sites including year-end physical inventory and coordination with aggregate area manager. Coordinate GPS schedule with surveyor(s) to coincide with monthly and annual crushing & washing production, identify stockpiles to be measured. Work with Aggregate Manager to prepare detailed site maps with stockpile locations and product codes.Prepare monthly production inventory booking in accordance with budget and monthly inventory reconciliation to ensure accuracy. OtherCoordinate all GPS services needed with the Survey Department, such as inventory, stripping, reserves, site layouts, etc. All other projects as assigned.