Basic Geologist Resume
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E -mail; firstname.lastname@example.org
Objective : To explore greater opportunities in exploration and mining geology
and willingness to be trained in other related fields for self reliance and
professional growth to be utilized to the fullest in the fulfillment
of the company's goals.
Qualification : M.SC. (TECH) APPLIED GEOLOGY
1997 - 2000 University Department of Geology, NAGPUR
Ideal Next Job: Open to all offers, but preferably on a married status basis.
Required Salary & Conditions: Negotiable Salary plus paid housing
and insurance and medical benefits, and company bonus schemes.
Research: Doing PhD in Integrated Environmental Degradation due to Industrialization and
Coal Mines in Ghuggus area, Chandrapur (MS), India
Able to search and examining rocks, soil to find out geological characteristics.
Experience in Limestone, Dolomite, Manganese, Iron ore, Copper, Gold, Coal, and
Sandstone exposure ,Greenfield and Brownfield Geological exploration, Geophysical
exploration and exploratory drilling work, Groundwater exploration, Geotechnical work and dam project at Ujjain
Experience in Mud logging Industries and upstream petroleum industry with both clastic and Carbonates
Good in English communication so no problem to handle any types of Persons, Excellent in computer
Computer Knowledge: Mining Software-Gemcom Minex 6.0.3
Other Software-GPS, Auto cad, ArcGIS Explorer, Global Mapper 11 , Auto plotter,
WinLog4, LogPlot7, MS-OFFICE 97, 2007, Excel, Internet, Paint etc.
1) Afghanistan Tender project for Shaida Copper deposit and Badakshan Gold deposit at Afghanistan
2) Borasora Limestone Deposit (Shella Formation), Meghalaya at Bangladesh- India Border.
3) Manganese ,Iron and Gold Deposit, Boundoukou, Ivory coast, West Africa
4) Limestone, Dolomite Deposit, Yevatmal, Chandrapur (Maharashtra), India
5) Iron ore Deposit, Delhi Rajhara,Kanker area, Chhattisgarh
6) Manganese Deposit, Balaghat (MP),Bhandara (MS) India
7) Coal CBM exploration in Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand area
Key Areas of Responsibility & Duties Functional Responsibilities:
Independently handles duties in exploration geology including detailed geological logging, Identification &
Delineation of ore bodies, Regional to Detailed Geological & Structural mapping, Pitting, Trenching,
Auguring & Panning, Logging & Sampling, Spot & Bulk Sampling, Stream sediment sampling, Soil
sampling, drill planning, developing interpreted geological sections for resource modeling, report writing
Integrates and interprets data related to RC and core drilling data, geophysical data, as well as geochemical
data, Core/RC/RAB(DTH) drill sampling, Core Drilling – Vertical, Reverse Circulation (RC) drilling,
Hydraulic Rotary drilling, Rotary Air Blast (RAB) or Down-the-Hole (DTH) drilling, Augur drilling,
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