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Coal mine wants Queenslanders who are sick of FIFO

Gregory Crinum Coal Mine
Gregory Crinum Coal Mine

A foreign mineral producer is recruiting jobseekers who have had enough of remote work in Queensland’s Central Highlands region.

Sojitz Corporation recently offered to directly employ Queenslanders who are sick of fly-in fly-out (FIFO) or drive-in drive-out (DIDO) rosters.

The Japan-headquartered proponent advertised several full time, multi skilled operator vacancies at its Gregory Crinum mine – about 60km northeast of Emerald. Rosters are promised to be “family friendly” with four shifts on, five off, five on and four off.

Click here to apply. Successful applicants will receive company-paid transport to the mine site, remote area benefits, training and salary packaging options.

“If you are tired of FIFO or DIDO Emerald provides a diverse community with many benefits of living amongst the 13,000 population,” the company said on the Seek website.

“Emerald offers a university, various high and primary schools, water activities at nearby Fairbairn Dam, lots of camping areas in the region – and the prospect of jobs in other sectors of the community make this a preferred residential location for many.”

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