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Contract extended for Central Qld coal mine

Golding worker
Golding worker

A construction company has been given more time to work at a coal operation in Queensland’s Central Highlands region.

A subsidiary of NRW Holdings recently secured another year of work at Wonbindi Coal’s Baralaba North Coal Mine in Barnard, 197km west of Gladstone.

$120M deal

Golding Contractors now has an extra 12 months to mine overburden and coal seams, and operate and maintain mining fleets, the Coal Handling Plant and Baralaba Accommodation Camp for mine workers.

The contractor will also supervise the site, backfill and rehabilitate previous mine voids. QMEB can reveal the deal is worth about $120 million and will continue until at least June 2022.

Hiring now

Golding is currently advertising the following jobs across Queensland:

  • safety, health, environmental and training advisors (multiple positions)
  • maintenance superintendent (mobile equipment)
  • high voltage electricians (multiple)
  • multi-skilled operators (multiple)
  • excavator operators (multiple)
  • heavy diesel fitters (multiple)
  • auto electricians (multiple)
  • servicepersons (multiple)
  • boilermakers (multiple)
  • tyre fitters (multiple)
  • mining supervisor
  • IT support officer
  • mining manager.

Click here to apply. Successful applicants will be offered permanent full-time employment, and fly-in fly-out, drive-in drive-out and residential options. Rosters will rotate and be either eight days/nights on six off, seven on seven off, five on five off, five on four off, or four on five off.

Camp accommodation, housing, discounted private health insurance and novated lease salary packaging is also available.

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