MSHA hopes to hire mine inspectors in WV, Ohio and Marylandadmin
If you don’t mind working in dark and dirty quarters for a good cause, the federal Mine Safety and Health Administration may have a job for you.
The agency is conducting on-site applicant screenings for mine inspectors in Morgantown, West Virginia tomorrow and Sunday.
M-SHA is the federal agency charged with inspecting mining operations across the country for compliance with federal safety and health regulations. The agency is recruiting mine inspectors for offices in Morgantown and Bridgeport in West Virginia as well as in Oakland, Maryland, and St. Clairsville and Wellston in Ohio.
Applicants should bring a resume and photo identification to the screening and be prepared to take a test.
Selected candidates will participate in a two-year training program. Starting pay for the position is about 42-thousand dollars a year.
More details are available on M-SHA’s Web site.
On the Net: http://www.msha.gov
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