A mining services company has won a major contract for two coal operations in Central Queensland.
Mastermyne Group recently secured an extension for its Moranbah region umbrella contract at Anglo American’s Moranbah North Coal Mine and Grosvenor Coal Mine, each about 200km southwest of Mackay.
The agreement involves designing, supplying, installing, recovering and maintaining conveyor belts and ventilation structures and devices. It also requires providing secondary support, outbye support and other development services. QMEB can reveal the deal is worth between $250 million and $300M and for a three-year term with potential to be extended for another two years.
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FIFO and DIDO welcome
A variety of positions have become available at the two mines with a choice between full-time and casual work hours. Fly-in fly-out or drive-in drive-out applicants will be offered a roster of seven days on and seven days off, camp accommodation, meals, fortnightly bonuses, salary sacrificed flights, discounted income protection insurance and a novated car lease. Locals can also receive a $40 per shift local living allowance.
Underground positions include:
- conveyor install operators (multiple positions)
- operator secondary support (multiple)
- operator (FIFO)
- operator (ventilation)
- fitter (development)
- electrician (development)
- ERZ controller (development).