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Manager safety and health with the Queensland Resources Council

Resources Council seeking Manager, Safety and Health

The Queensland Resources Council (QRC) is the peak representative body for the state’s minerals and energy sector and is seeking applications for the position of Manager, Safety and Health. Reporting...

australia's mining industry will need 21000 new personnel by 2024

Mining industry needs 21000 new personnel by 2024

AUSTRALIA’s mining industry will require around 21,000 new on-site operational employees by 2024, according to a workforce forecasting report released today by the Australian Resources and Energy...

jobs at mine safety regulator

Jobs at Mine Safety Regulator

Work for the Mine Safety Regulator The NSW Mine Safety Regulator (Resources Regulator) currently has the following vacancies advertised on the ‘I work for NSW’ jobs board. Please click on...

Mining jobs growth has continued through 2018-2019

Mining jobs growth

Mining jobs are growing again according to the latest data. The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) data released has confirmed that opportunities are growing across Australia’s mining industry...

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Vacation work experience for safety students

Centennial Coal, a subsidiary of Asia’s largest independent Energy Group, Banpu Public Company Limited, is inviting expressions of interest for safety students undertaking an undergraduate...

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Carmichael mine reaches significant milestone

The $21.7 billion Carmichael coal project has passed a significant milestone with agreements reached with all landholders, State Parliament heard yesterday. Minister for State Development and...

Rio Tinto seeks Health and Safety Principal Advisor

Rio Tinto have posted a vacant position on their website which may be suitable for safety experts in the mining industry. The company are seeking a Principal Advisor Health and Safety to ensure that...

Where The Mining Jobs Are

Mining jobs will be thin on the ground in the first quarter of 2015, however boilermakers, welders and diesel mechanics with experience in mining are still in demand, according to the latest Hays...