A multinational mining services company is prepared to pay high wages and lucrative incentives to attract new workers to a coal operation in Queensland’s Central Highlands region.
A subsidiary of CIMIC Group is offering up to $140,000 excluding superannuation to successful applicants for multiple operator roles at Jellinbah Group’s Lake Vermont Coal Mine in Dysart, 246km southwest of Mackay.
New and current workers could receive up to $4000 in half yearly performance and coal target bonuses. The company will also offer an extra $5000 bonus for every successful applicant who refers a friend, and he or she also secures work for the same business. The friend must pass the six-month probation period before the referrer receives the $5000 bonus.
The following positions have been advertised:
- water cart operators (multiple positions)
- excavator operators (multiple)
- grader operators (multiple)
- dozer operators (multiple)
- truck operators (multiple)
- drillers (multiple).
Click here to apply. These roles offer an even time 7/7 roster, on a 12.5-hour day shift/night shift rotation. Living out of camp allowance ($130 per week), discounted Medibank private health insurance, salary sacrificed flights and other employee benefits are available. Buses to the camp accommodation are provided from Mackay, Rockhampton and Yeppoon.
There is also potential to up skill and learn how to use autonomous drills and dozers. Other terms and conditions apply.
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