Scott Bouckley

BEng (Mining), RIIRIS301D G1, RIIRIS402D G2, RIIWHS301D G8, RIICOM301D G9, QMRS Team Member Block Release

With over 8 years of experience in the mining and resources sector, Scott has developed expertise in mine design, scheduling and analytical skills which have been utilised in a vast range of projects including: pre-feasibility and feasibility studies, due diligence studies and brownfields resource development and optimisation.

He has both underground and open cut coal experience, along with being an expert user in several software packages including but not limited to XPAC, AutoCAD, Deswik, Ventsim and Visual Basic.


  • Feasibility Studies
  • Due Diligence
  • Mine Design & Planning
  • Project Delivery
  • Mine Strategic Review

Track Record

  • Scott has previously held Senior Mining Engineer positions. In this role, he became known with both the companies and clients for working quickly and efficiently. One of his key strengths in this position was his ability to perform comparative analysis across multiple scheduling scenarios with a quick turnaround.
  • He has held several roles at Anglo American’s Grosvenor mine site including Mid Term Planning Engineer, Business Improvement Specialist and Longwall Coordinator. Each of these roles relied heavily on Scott’s interpersonal communication and analytical skills. Whilst at Grosvenor, some of his key responsibilities included the Authority to Mine process, monthly planning and reconciliation cycle, incident investigation and risk management.
  • Scott worked as a Mining Engineer for Caledon Resources Cook Colliery where he performed a wide range of tasks such as mid to long term forecasts, drafting and 3D modelling, creating, and updating work procedures, facilitating planning meetings and risk assessments, and working underground installing driving sights and completing other survey tasks.
  • He also has previous underground experience “on the face” including both continuous miner development and longwall, installing stoppings, seals, and overcasts, along with running a short-range forecast XPAC model.