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FIFO mine workers offered ‘huge incentives’

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A recruitment company is offering lucrative wages, travel reimbursements and bonuses to mine employees who want to work in remote Australia.

Higher Solution Specialists Recruitment is paying fly-in fly-out (FIFO) mine workers up to $17,000 for only 28 days on-the-job. QMEB understands this equates to about $607 for each day worked.

Eighty FIFO job seekers are wanted for a shutdown maintenance operation in Western Australia. Successful applicants are promised up to $700 in travel reimbursements and plus extra bonuses for racking-up lots of work hours.

‘Top rates’ promised

“We work with companies paying top rates to attract the best workers … [and offer] continuous work – pack out your diary ’til August,” the company said on the SEEK website. “We can assist with inductions for Rio Tinto, Fortescue Metals Group, BHP, Roy Hill and a lot more.”

The following positions are available:

  • boilermakers
  • riggers
  • fitters.

Hard work rewarded

The bonus structure offers an extra:

  • $1.50 an hour for 375 hours worked
  • $2 an hour for 500 hours worked
  • $2.50 an hour for 625 hours worked.

Click here to apply.

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Discounted training is also available through the in-house registered training organisation.

“While you are in Perth if you want to take up our special discounted rates for tickets let us know, and we will set you up for additional training while you have some down time between shuts,” the company said.

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