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FIFO recruits offered $5000 bonus for every six months worked

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Coal producers will regularly reward remote workers with extra incentives if they keep showing up for shifts.

One of Brunel Mining’s clients is prepared to constantly pay fly-in fly-out (FIFO) employees a $5000 retention bonus for every six months they stay in the job.

The employer is also offering annual salaries ranging between $141,000 and $157,000, up to $1020 for each overtime shift worked (plus $10 an hour night-shift loading), company paid superannuation, free airport transfer bus services, and free FIFO flights between Gold Coast Airport and the Narrabri mine site.

There is also potential to “honestly” move to a permanent position after staying in the job for three months. The employer has no coronavirus vaccine requirements.

The following positions are available:

  • multi skilled operators – truck, grader and dozer (multiple positions)
  • rigid haul truck drivers – electric (multiple)
  • diggers (multiple).

Click here to apply. Successful applicants will work an even-time roster of 12.5-hour day or night shifts with four on four off, six on four off, and four on six off. Accommodation and meals are provided.

A different Brunel client will separately pay a $75 bonus for every day operators show up for duty in the Middlemount area.

Successful applicants will be offered up to $60 an hour, accommodation, meals, even-time rosters and either drive-in drive-out or bus-in bus-out options. There are no vaccine mandates at this workplace either.

Click here to apply.

For more information phone Melania on 0477 250 726 or Darren on 07 3007 7619.

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