Mining geological engineers are engaged in finding, extracting, and preparing coal, metals, rare earths and minerals so that they can be used by the manufacturing and utility industries.  They design mining and underground pits using computers and are in charge of design the process for lost cost, safe and environmentally-friendly mining operation in accordance with local laws.   They are often part of a team of geologists and metallurgical engineers to explore and identify mining sources.

Mining Geological Engineer Resume Template

Engr. Dave E. Royce

Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Phone:  215-565-8098


To be part of your team of mining engineers in a large oil refining company.

Summary of Qualifications

  • About 8 years of experience as a mining engineer in a large mining company.
  • Excellent interpersonal and supervisory skills.

Career Experience / Job History

2003 – Present:  Mining Geological Engineer, Bechtel

  • Supervise the building and construction of mine shafts and tunnels in underground processes;
  • Develop techniques in excavating and transporting of minerals to their processing plant sites.
  • Develop safe, low cost, and environmentally sound mining  operation of mines.
  • Collaborate with geologists and metallurgical engineers to find, locate, and appraise new ore deposits.
  • Design and engineer advanced mining machinery or mineral processing operations to in order to separate minerals from the dirt, rock, and other materials with which they are mixed.
  • Develop procedural and computerized mining operations to guarantee the safety of mine workers and in compliance with the State and Federal safety regulations.


2001 – Present: various in house trainings and seminars on modern and fuel refinery operation, environmental concerns and oil consumer products

2001:  Passed board exams to become a Professional Engineer

1996 – 2001:  Bachelor of Science in Mining Engineering, MIT, Boston, MA

Professional reference will be furnished during the interview.