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Mining Project Lifecycle

Each role plays an important part in the overall project lifecycle. Explore which roles power each phase of the project—then, visit our Job Board to see available openings.


Mine Planning & Design

  • Geologist
  • Mining Engineer
  • Geotech
  • Environmental Engineer
  • Project Manager
  • Scheduler

Mine Construction

  • Construction Manager
  • Heavy Equipment Operator
  • Safety Specialist
  • Project Engineer
  • Superintendent
  • Shift Foremen

Operational Mining

  • Mine Manager
  • Production Geologist
  • Mining Equipment Operator
  • Drill & Blaster
  • Maintenance Technician
  • Process Plant Operator


  • Reclamation Specialist
  • Environmental Scientist
  • Landscaping and Restoration Laborer
  • Heavy Equipment Operator
  • Tear Down Mechanic
  • Project Manager

What’s important to know about the mining industry?

Picture a world without mining—where technological regression reigns supreme, infrastructure crumbles beneath our feet, and economies plummet. Thankfully we don’t have to, but a world without mining is a brutal reality check.

Our modern existence is dependent on mined resources like copper, gold, lithium and so many more. Without them, the very items we use daily—toothpaste, smartphones, automobiles, life-saving medical equipment—disappear from our way of life.

But mining stands as a pillar of stability in the United States. With centuries of resilience under its belt, the mining industry has continued to provide the raw materials for our nation's progress.

The millions whose livelihoods flourish thanks to mining are the backbone of prosperity for countless families. And with strategic investments and groundbreaking innovations, mining continues to improve, clearing the way for emerging technologies and sustained growth for generations to come.

Construction workers standing in front of large excavator
Construction worker cleaning out treads of equipment

What does the mining industry need?

The National Mining Association projects a staggering demand for 76,000 new jobs in the U.S. mining industry over the next decade.

To stay aggressive with today’s energy revolution, the industry needs to find a way to appeal to the next generation of workers, adapting to today’s workforce to attract and retain top talent.

The industry demands people that are unyielding, safety-driven, and adaptable. By investing in the workforce and reshaping perceptions, mining will continue to assert its position as the bedrock of driving modern civilization forward.

How do we help?

Our team excels at building cohesive crews and talent pipelines from coast to coast. With a proven track record of supporting some of the biggest names in North American mining, we’ve forged multi-faceted partnerships to connect industry giants with skilled hands and strategic minds.

Looking for talent?

We specialize in connecting industry-leading companies with top-tier talent. Streamline your recruitment process, access a pool of highly skilled professionals, and build a workforce that propels your company to success.