We are recruiting for Truck and Ancillary Operators at our Mt Keith Operation.
Mt Keith Operation is located 700 kilometres north-east of Perth in the Northern Goldfields. Mt Keith Operation is a surface mining operation with an open pit and concentrator plant.
There’s plenty to keep you entertained in the Mt Keith Village. Take the heat off the day and head to the pool – or join in a game of footy. BBQ dinners are regularly held and other social activities include live bands and movie nights.
The current economic climate has meant changes for many of us, but it isn’t necessarily doom and gloom everywhere you look. As a Recruitment Consultant for United Group Resources, I have noticed that, contrary to some sectors, shutdown and construction work in the oil and gas industry continues strongly.
Only a couple of years ago, Flinders Mines (formerly Finders Diamonds) had a focus on diamond deposits in Western Australia and South Australia. All that changed in November 2007 when Flinders announced the discovery of a major iron ore target in land adjoining Fortescue Metals Group’s Serenity deposit in the Hamersley Ranges of Western Australia.
Sedgman Limited is a leading provider of multi-disciplinary engineering, project delivery and operations services to the global resources industry. The Company’s structure comprises 2 core business units of Engineering Services and Operations that currently service both Coal and Mineral opportunities. Based in Brisbane, the company has approx 650 employees.
Sedgman have a great Company website with information on current projects, employee benefits, etc etc. So for those of you who are not familiar with their business, it is well worth the time to read their information and update yourself.
Following strong interest in several of our tender submissions, and having won a number of engineering projects, we are currently looking for experienced engineering professionals to join our team in Adelaide, supporting the SA & NT region. We are seeking people who are team players with exceptional customer service and can demonstrate a strong safety focus.
So what's in it for you?
Challenging and rewarding projects
Joining a team that is winning work in these testing times
The Mineblogger Team has watched the media frenzy relating to the Gorgon Project with some bemusement, all the while knowing that the Gorgon Project is a mere tip of the iceberg in terms of projects either already underway or in the planning.
Whilst Gorgon has followed hot on the heels of Woodside’s Pluto Project, we can expect Santos’ Gladstone LNG and the Curtis LNG Project to do same in early 2010. Both projects are anticipated to generate the same number of jobs each as Gorgon and will provide a massive employment boost for Queensland.
Leighton Contractors are currently implementing an aggressive business plan for the foreseeable future and anticipate significant growth in our Oil & Gas division with a number of upcoming major construction projects for these clients. As such we are looking for individuals capable of playing a key part in winning and delivering major construction projects for the oil & gas sector.
As part of this growth plan we are looking for some key individuals to work on a new LNG jetty project and are seeking expressions of interest from professionals with major construction project experience.
Last week, Santos provided us with a great update on all things employment related for their Gladstone LNG Project.
In addition, they offer opportunities for Australian industry to participate on the project through their Australian Industry Participation Plan, which aims to maximise industry participation in the provision of materials and equipment, labour, plant and professional skills to the project.
With so many online social networking sites available at our finger tips, it’s not hard to fall into the trap of networking only through your keyboard.
It’s also often difficult to expand one’s network, or even foster the current one when life is busy and it doesn’t seem such a priority......until, of course, you find yourself unemployed, or seeking that next career move, or just generally needing advice or information.
During the last downturn and associated job losses, I watched many colleagues suffer as a result of not having a network.