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Mining jobs in Australia (5,448 found)

By on March 16, 2020 in Mining with 0 Comments

Whether you are looking for a new challenge, a different career path or career advancement.  When you take a look at available mining jobs in Australia on the job board.  Then find 5 448 job opportunities currently being advertised on our job board (as at 16th March 20).  There really is no excuse is there!

Mining Jobs in Australia

Where to start looking for mining jobs in Australia

Working in the mining industry can be a very rewarding career choice.  We’ve already looked at mining jobs with no experience at all.  Yes there are still plenty available out there.  Or you can go and do many courses to improve you chances out in getting a mining job.

There are FIFO positions available, keep in mind that these types of jobs tend to be a premium.  Or you can relocate to the mining town, so you can be part of the community.  The mining towns have a fantastic community feel to them.  If you have a partner or working age kids, that might not want to be working on the mine sites.  Can quickly get snapped up by businesses that are there to support the Mine

There are many businesses out there now that specialise in providing training to people that want to pursue a career in the mines.  The most typical course that people do is Dump truck driver training which is offered by truck driving schools, and sometimes by employers having a hard time finding enough drivers.

Employers typically have some difficulty finding qualified drivers with a commercial driver’s License, which allows them to drive semi-trailer trucks, used as dump trucks for specific types of operations.

University also offer a great career path into the Mining industry, although it can take on average a minimum of 3 years of study to complete a course that is suitable for the mining industry.

Whatever the choice is now is the time to purse mining jobs in Australia.

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About the Author: Penny Smith, has along career working in employment services in Australia. Penny is a regular contributor to Industry Work Australia. .

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