A new tender has been won at a $1 billion fossil fuel development in Queensland’s Isaac region.
Part of CIMIC Group recently secured the latest contract at Pembroke Resources’ Olive Downs Coking Coal Project, 40km southeast of Moranbah.
Successful bidder Sedgman will spend the next five years delivering operations and maintenance services at the mine site. QMEB can reveal the deal is worth $125 million.
Sedgman and CPB Contractors have already provided an “end-to-end” solution for the Olive Downs Complex processing plant since mid-2022.
The following positions have been advertised:
- maintenance coordinator
- coal handling and processing plant superintendent.
Further vacancies are available:
- diesel fitter
- dozer operator
- grader operator
- excavator operator
- maintenance trainer
- training coordinator
- finance administrator
- breakdown coordinator
- maintenance planner field
- mobile heavy equipment fitter
- truck operators (multiple positions)
- auto electricians (multiple)
“We are honoured to work with Pembroke Resources,” Sedgman managing director Grant Fraser said in a public statement.