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Contract awarded for multiple Central Qld coal mines

Anglo American workers
Anglo American workers

A mining services company has won a tender for a number of coal operations across Central Queensland’s Bowen Basin.

Ventia recently secured the facility and asset management contract for Anglo American’s metallurgical coal business.

Four years of work

The successful bidder will spend the next four years delivering comprehensive facility and asset management services to the Capcoal Coal Complex, Dawson Coal Mine, Grosvenor Coal Mine, Moranbah North Coal Mine and more.

The deal also involves maintaining the Middlemount Aerodrome and both accommodation villages and company housing in Middlemount, Moura and Moranbah. QMEB can reveal the contract is worth $216 million with potential for an extra 12-month extension.

250 jobs

More than 250 workers will be required for the job in the following areas:

  • town and site maintenance
  • property management
  • grounds and gardens
  • pest control
  • aerodrome management
  • security and safety
  • industrial cleaning
  • village catering and accommodation
  • housekeeping
  • janitorial and town services.

Hiring now

The following permanent positions have already been advertised:

  • mechanical fitter
  • electrician
  • carpenter
  • plumber
  • chef
  • refrigeration mechanic
  • property administrator
  • mine site cleaners (multiple positions).

Click here to apply. Successful applicants will be offered a drive-in drive-out roster of either 14 days on seven days off, eight days on six days off, seven days on seven days off, or five days on and two days off. Employee benefits, training and opportunities for advancement are available.

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“We are proud to have been awarded this facility and asset management services contract with Anglo American,” Ventia group executive of defence and social infrastructure Derek Osborn said in a public statement.

“We aim to help support the safety, health and wellbeing of everyone on site through our services. This will be enabled by our ability to harness technology and provide a tailor-made solution to support Anglo American’s facilities and assets.”

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