Engineering company Monadelphous Group Ltd has won a $170 million contract for major works associated with Woodside Petroleum Ltd's $12 billion Pluto liquefied natural gas project in Western Australia.
"Project works will begin immediately, with completion scheduled for the second quarter of calendar 2010," Monadelphous said in a statement last Thursday.
"I've always been a great communicator - if I can get in front of people, I'll go well."
"I haven't had to interview for a long time, but I've always done well in them in the past."
"I've interviewed a lot of candidates - I don't need interview coaching."
Do any of these sound familiar? If you answered yes, you're not alone - many people think this way, and 10 years ago the chances are you would have been right. But the Human Resources industry has changed. Never before have selection systems been so process-driven. Interviews today are rarely an informal meeting to get a ‘feel' for the candidate. In fact modern systems have been specifically designed to ensure that charm, charisma and communication skills don't sway the interviewer's decision.
WA still has a wealth of major projects that are going to significantly add to the country's economic health and K. Rudd is particularly stimulated by the Oakajee Port which will be a deep water facility near Geraldton.
Mr Rudd (K. Rudd if you will) stopped in to visit the site last week following the Commonwealth's investment of $300 million to develop the project.
Exact figures are hard to confirm but somewhere between 20 and 50% of all job vacancies are not advertised in the media or job search websites. Networking is your best opportunity to access a broader range of opportunities. With current social media and information sharing technology, the networking tools you need have never been easier to access. We've spoken about how you can use these to make yourself more accessible to recruiters, now here's three easy tips if you want to take a proactive approach to finding a new career opportunity, particularly in the curre
Acting Minister for Mineral Resources Development, Michael Wright, has announced the final go-ahead for South Australia's newest mining project.
Mr Wright says formal approval of the Operations Mining and Rehabilitation Program allows Perth-based Iluka Resources to begin production at its world-class Jacinth Ambrosia Heavy Mineral Sands project located in the Eucla Basin.
Centennial is the largest independent coal company in Australia in terms of production, with approximately 1700 employees and 12 coal mines in NSW, making it one of the largest underground coal producers in NSW.
On the Vacation Scheme, students are offered the chance to gain valuable hands-on experience at a variety of operations and divisions of Downer EDI Mining Australia Wide. Being on the scheme provides you with a realistic look at what it is like to work for Downer EDI Mining, whilst allowing you to obtain hands on experience.
The referees you provide to the Company are a valuable source of information about your past performance and can provide an insight, to your potential employer, of your future performance. Most companies conduct multiple reference checks, and once your consent is given to make contact with them, the discussions typically cover 4 areas - verifying your employment details, job matching, job performance and additional questions tailored specifically to your interview responses that need further information.
A ray of sunshine gleams from the iron ore in the Pilbara. Aquila's Australian Premium Iron JV is starting to expand their project management capability as the definitive feasibility study (DFS) progresses for the Greenfield iron ore development involving new Port, Rail and Infrastructure facilities to service an initial operation of 30Mtpa. This on the back of the impressive resource upgrade the company recently announced, now indicating a 649 million tonne resource. This provides further strength to the project being an exciting new player in the WA Iron Ore industry in the
The BMD Group is Australia's largest privately-owned civil construction, consulting and urban development organization, which has recently been voted Number 7 best place to work in Australia in BRW magazine.
BMD head office is based in Brisbane and they are busy servicing contracts including Rail, port and mining civil construction projects. The majority of their projects are in Queensland, but they also offer opportunities in many of the Eastern States of Australia and South Australia.