The television production company Studio Lambert - makers of ‘Four in a Bed’ and ‘Undercover Boss’ – are looking to hear from young British expats from around the world who have moved to find work abroad. Were you struggling to find a job in the UK? Did you feel like you were not reaching your full potential? And are you earning more than you ever would have been able to at home?
The following is an overview of key strategies and actions underway to address labour and skill shortages for the Australian oil and gas sector.
Workforce Planning Strategies
The Australian oil and gas industry’s growth depends upon competitive and timely access to sufficient skilled labour.
Labour and skills shortages can significantly delay product timetables and add greatly to project costs, so the industry has been closely working with governments to expand training programs and to reform skilled migration schemes.
During December 2011, MMG supported Zinc Saves Kids through UNICEF’s Christmas Inspired Gifts (an annual gift-giving promotion run by UNICEF throughout the festive season).
According to UNICEF, in 2011, 16.7 million unwanted gifts were given during Christmas. With unwanted gifts worth an average of $64, Australia spent approximately A$500 million over Christmas– an amount that could provide therapeutic feeding to over 913,242 children for a year.
Jody Elliott, Director of The Resource Channel speaks to ABC Radio's Babs McHugh about the increasing challenge of securing new resource sector workers as other countries ramp up their own operations and projects, demanding some 250,000 new entrants.
What a year 2011 has been for NRW. With an order book currently standing at $2.19 billion and 500 new jobs available, the Company has grown rather rapidly over the last year.
As a leading provider of civil and mining services to the resources and infrastructure industries, NRW have had a great year building relationships with some of the world’s largest resource companies including BHP Billiton, Rio Tinto and Fortescue Metals Group.
Your CV is one of the most important representations of you when it comes to job hunting. It is the first thing a company/recruiter will see and is how they make an initial decision on whether or not you are suitable for their vacancy.
Here at BHP Billiton Nickel West we receive a large number of resumes and therefore making sure yours stands out from the crowd is essential. Below are some hints and tips on what we look for when we review CVs –