A mining services company has won a tender for a coal operation in Central Queensland worth up to $300 million.
Mastermyne Group recently secured an extension for its Moranbah region umbrella contract at Anglo American Metallurgical Coal’s Grosvenor Coal Mine and Moranbah North Coal Mine, both about 200km southwest of Mackay.
The successful contractor will continue to design, supply, install, recover and maintain ventilation structures and devices. This includes secondary support, Outbye support, conveyor belts and other development services. QMEB can reveal the deal is for a three-year term and worth between $250M and $300M.
Several underground positions are available including:
- conveyors operator
- FIFO operator
- conveyor installs operators (multiple positions)
- secondary support operators (multiple)
- development electrician
- secondary support fitter
- development fitter
- development operator
- ventilation operator
- development explosion risk zone controller.
The company is offering an equal time roster of seven days on and seven days off, paid annual leave, parental and cutting bonuses, salary sacrifice for non locals (fly-in fly-out and drive-in drive-out), camp, meals and a novated car lease.
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Another potential contract
Work is already underway and will continue through to late 2022. There is potential for the proponent to extend the work for another two years.
“The company is very pleased to see the continuation of this long-term relationship, built with Anglo American over the past 17 years,” Mastermyne CEO Tony Caruso said in a public statement.