BRISBANE - A downturn in parts of Australia's once-booming mining sector is having an unexpected silver lining - freeing up labour and resources for at least $190-billion of liquefied natural gas projects being built in the country.
Pit Crew is pleased to announce the first biannual AMMA-Pit Crew Labour Market Index. The Index provides a measure of the relative level of labour shortage or availability for major Australian resources, energy and infrastructure projects, with the scale ranging from good availability to acute shortage.
Launching the Index at the recent Mining Skills Australia's Summit in Sydney (30 May, 2013), AMMA's director of group services Tara Diamond said:
At Rio Tinto we understand the dedication and commitment our Mechanical Engineers put into their everyday work and to demonstrate some of the people behind our successful business, we created a short video to showcase “a day in the life of.”
Mechanical Engineering is a career path that takes employees into various fields within the business and opens a world of opportunities for those seeking advancement, variety, new environments and world-class experience.
The major project labour market has demonstrated considerable change over the past 12 months. And the environment ahead five years is going to present conditions that are different again to any period we have experienced before.
These events present a unique opportunity to access up-to-the-minute labour market intelligence to enhace your project planning and outcomes.
Perth, Tuesday 20 August, 2013, The University Club of Western Australia
Brisbane, Thursday 22 August, 2013, Custom's House
At Rio Tinto we understand the dedication and commitment our Electrical Engineers put into their everyday work and to demonstrate some of the people behind our successful operation, we created a short video to showcase “a day in the life of.”