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There’s more to it

There’s More To Mining

Not keen on spending your work day underground? Prefer air-conditioned comfort to desert heat? Want to expand your professional career?  There’s more to mining than driving trucks and bulldozers – in fact for every field worker there is a huge support network of business and hospitality services which help to turn the wheels of this complex industry every day.

If you are looking to grow your career, mining might just be the right place to start.


The day-to-day administration of a remote business such as mining requires advanced record keeping, analysis, reporting and communication skills.

  • Administration Officer
  • Office Manager
  • Receptionist/Secretary
  • Personal Assistant

Finance and Accounting

The international investment and trading environment of mining requires high-level financial management skills from strategic cost management right through to payroll.

  • Accountant
  • Accounting Clerk / Bookkeeper
  • Finance Manager
  • Payroll
  • Senior Financial Clerk

Human Resources and Training

Thousands of staff from diverse backgrounds and skill bases working in challenging conditions for long hours means there is never a dull day for mining HR professionals.

  • HR Consultant
  • HR Manager
  • Training and Assessment Officer


World-class mining companies require world-class IT connectivity, rapid turnaround network solutions and state of the art problem solving.

  • ICT Business Analyst
  • ICT Manager
  • ICT Technician
  • Network Administration Support Officer


Food quality, freshness, variety and timeliness is critical to maintaining a happy and motivated workforce. As a professional caterer you can have a direct impact on morale every day.

  • Caterer
  • Chef
  • Cook
  • Food and Beverage Attendant
  • Kitchenhand

Asset Maintenance

Remote locations and hot, dusty environments mean the role of maintenance and servicing is vital to the smooth running of mining villages and the work satisfaction of its residents.

  • Cleaner
  • Maintenance Planner
  • Maintenance Manager
  • Village Support Worker
  • Plumber

Transport and Logistics

From a prime mover to a set of pliers the list of inventory on a mining site is endless – and getting it there on time every time is the job for skilled logistics professionals.

  • Purchasing and Supply Logistics Clerks
  • Railway Infrastructure Worker
  • Warehouse / Logistics Coordinator
  • Storeperson

Community Engagement

Whether it’s liaising with a group of mums about childcare or a local Aboriginal community about environmental impacts, communication and change management are essential to the smooth running of a mining development.

  • Community Engagement Professional