One of the nation’s largest heavy haulage providers has won a contract for a ductile metal operation in Outback Queensland.
Centurion recently won the logistics support package for New Century Resources’ Century Zinc, Lead and Silver Mine in Lawn Hill, 313km northwest of Mount Isa.
Starting in February 2021 the contractor will spend the next several years performing warehousing, air freight, road transport, courier delivery, customs clearance and wharf collection services at the mine and Port of Karumba in the Gulf of Carpentaria.
A dedicated road train fleet, general freight and grinding media will be commissioned. Trailing equipment will also be required to safely and efficiently transport bulk reagents between the mine and port for international shipping.
Centurion is recruiting new staff for the following positions:
- multi combination drivers (multiple positions)
- heavy haulage driver/platform operator
- diesel mechanic.
Click here to apply. Successful applicants will be offered either a daytime or night-shift roster, employee wellness program and discounted car, health and home insurance.
Meanwhile, New Century Resources is hiring a variety of site support utility personnel, including:
- bus drivers (multiple)
- housekeepers (multiple)
- kitchen hands (multiple)
- laundry workers (multiple)
- airport operators (multiple)
- bar and retail staff (multiple)
- dining room attendants (multiple)
- accommodation and mine site cleaners (multiple).
Click here to apply. Successful applicants will be offered an “above average” salary, annual incentives, sporting facilities, two on-site gyms, meals and accommodation fitted with smart TVs in the bedroom.
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“We are excited to support New Century Resources on a national scale,” Centurion CEO Justin Cardaci said in a public statement.