• Mining Machine Operators, All Other
  • Architecture and Construction
  • All mining machine operators not listed separately.

What do they typically do

  • Drive machines into piles of materials
  • Operate levers to move conveyor booms or shovels so that mine contents such as coal, rock, and ore can be placed into cars or onto conveyors
  • Clean hoppers, and clean spillage from tracks, walks, driveways, and conveyor decking
  • Oil, lubricate, and adjust conveyors, crushers, and other equipment, using hand tools and lubricating equipment
  • Replace hydraulic hoses, headlight bulbs, and gathering-arm teeth
  • Stop gathering arms when cars are full

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Job Growth +3.2%
Job Opening 0

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