A mining services company is willing to fully train and pay Queenslanders with little to no industry experience.
Mastermyne Group wants to hear from “inexperienced” jobseekers for a variety of roles at Sojitz Blue’s Gregory Crinum Underground Coal Mine, about 343km southwest of Mackay.
The group is offering the right applicants up to seven years of permanent full-time work, starting as soon as October 2021.
The following vacancies have been advertised:
- miner/operators (multiple positions)
- electricians (multiple)
- fitters (multiple).
Click here to apply. Applicants will be invited to a large-scale recruitment day in Emerald.
Successful candidates will be offered an equal-time roster, camp, meals, local living allowance, performance and parental bonuses, loyalty gifts, prescription safety glasses, superannuation, annual leave, private health subsidies, discounted income protection, salary packaging, motor vehicle novated leasing and company paid education.
“We are now commencing our recruitment for inexperienced operators, electricians and fitters to join our growing workforce, and providing an opportunity to learn from the best in the industry,” the company said on its website.
Mastermyne recently won a $660 million mining services contract for the operation. Early and pre-development works are well underway. The mine is expected to be fully operational sometime in early 2022, at which point the mine will employ more than 300 workers.
Photo was supplied by Mastermyne Group.