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Central Qld coal mines offer to train up jobseekers

Gregory Crinum Coal Mine
Gregory Crinum Coal Mine

At least three mining operations are prepared to train, pay and accommodate Queenslanders who want to work in the industry.

Dyno Nobel is offering an $82,000 annual salary plus super and overtime to any adult wanting to learn new skills, holding a valid driver’s licence, passing a medical test and obtaining a security clearance.

The company owned by Incitec Pivot will run full-time blasting traineeships at the Blackwater Coal Mine, about 220km west of Rockhampton.

Successful applicants will be offered a 12-month paid traineeship with a roster of 12 hour shifts for seven days on and seven days off. Five weeks of annual leave, camp accommodation, housing assistance, flexible work conditions, ongoing mentoring and ongoing work is available.

Each trainee will receive a RII20220 certificate II in surface extraction operations after successfully completing the program.

Click here to apply.

Meanwhile, Mastermyne Group invited permanent full-time applicants for its trainee deputy program at both Sojitz Blue’s Gregory Crinum Underground Coal Mine, about 343km southwest of Mackay, and QCoal’s Cook Colliery – 195km west of Rockhampton.

Successful candidates will be offered an equal-time roster, camp, meals, local living allowance, relocation 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.

The program is fully funded and ongoing coaching and mentorship will be provided.

“We are offering to invest in your career development by putting you through our tailored Mastermyne deputy program,” Mastermyne said on its website.

Click here to apply.

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