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Example 1:

Quality Engineer

Reporting to the site Safety & Quality Manager, the Quality Engineer will support the business unit (base, engine or component maintenance) to continuously reduce product safety risks, maintenance error and cost of quality. These will be achieved through continuous quality and airworthiness oversight, facilitating the development of documented standards and procedures, conducting scheduled and unscheduled audits, perform investigations on occurrences, facilitate root cause and corrective action and measuring quality & safety performance.

  • Measurement of safety and quality performance through scheduled quality auditing.
  • Perform quality oversight and monitoring of production activities, including active participation in production meetings, spot audits and sampling of completed aircraft maintenance documents.
  • Support quality improvement by facilitating Root Cause Corrective Action, conducting OJT / coaching and facilitating and/or guiding investigations on quality escapes or internal occurrences.
  • Facilitate the development (or revision) and deployment of standard operating procedures, policies and processes.
  • Provide production support to the operation on matters related to regulatory compliance or quality by providing guidance, disseminating safety and quality information and facilitating and/or delivering safety & quality awareness sessions to production or logistics employees.
  • Play a key role in CHC’s ability to set the standard for safety, helping to maintain our position as world leader.

Example 2:

We are currently looking for a Lead Electrical Engineer - contract - to join our London based project:

Responsibilities include:

FEED and detailed engineering phases, requiring firsthand experience of following:
  • Design calculations for electrical system such as fault level, voltage drop, equipment sizing, lighting, earthing, cable sizing
  • Development of load lists, equipment list
  • Development of electrical power distribution concepts, SLD, schematic diagrams
  • Development of electrical layouts, hazardous area classification layouts
  • Electrical protection and relay selection, setting, coordination.
  • Specifications and data sheets for electrical equipment
  • Technical bid evaluation, Vendor drawing review,
  • Preparation of man hour estimates to perform project tasks
Job Requirements
  • Extensive experience within the oil and gas industry preferably Offshore and FPSO
  • Familiarity with international standards such as IEC and oil industry standards such as BP ETPs
  • Experience in use of electrical system software such as ETAP
  • Preferable experience with GTG generation, EHV transmission and harmonics mitigation


Example 1:

Geologist III (Basin Analysis)


  • Use geological and geophysical knowledge to construct regional stratigraphic, structural, and depositional frameworks across the company’s operating regions.
  • Work closely with reservoir engineering and petrophysical counterparts to develop integrated interpretations, identify emerging trends, and evaluate potential new plays.
  • Construct basin-scale cross-sections and play maps illustrating depositional environment and play types for each formation of interest.
  • Regularly present studies to geological/engineering teams in regions as well as to senior management.
Example 2:

Geotechnical Design Engineer

The Geotechnical Design Engineer position (level 2 and 3) is responsible to complete engineering assignments in support of Kiewit Construction Companies business. This will require strong knowledge of soil mechanics, rock engineering, and geotechnical design as associated with heavy civil construction. The Geotechnical Design Engineer will work on an interdisciplinary team including structural engineers, roadway engineers, estimators, schedulers and construction experts to perform engineering analysis and design in support of design-build pursuits and projects. This position will be responsible to produce engineering reports and detailed calculation packages summarizing each engineering assessment. This position requires travel to project offices and work sites and periodic field assignments.


Example 1:

Reporting to the Senior Metallurgist, you will be working closely with the production teams to provide technical input around plant related challenges such as crushing and screening equipment operations. You will also be responsible for evaluating product quality with non-conformance, investigating and escalating appropriately.

As the Metallurgist, your key responsibilities will include:

  • Checking and reporting the product quality on a day to day basis
  • Providing technical support to production crews in understanding plant performance
  • Identifying and delivering improvement initiatives in the activities such as removing bottlenecks, reducing cost and increasing capacity and process stability
  • Liaising with engineering and maintenance teams to complete projects
  • Identifying improvement and cost saving initiatives in the operation of lump rescreening plants in order to meet customer specifications
  • Analysing production data to ensure that plant capacity is optimized and production targets are met
  • Preparing production reports as required

Complying with company’s Health, Safety, Environment and Quality policies and systems.
To be successful in this role, you will hold a relevant Degree in Chemical Engineering, Processing Engineering or Extractive Metallurgy along with extensive experience of working in plant.

Example 2:

Working from our Brisbane Office, your main responsibility will be to provide technical metallurgical planning expertise to develop and communicate long term strategy, as well as mid to short term tactical scenarios to support the mine planning and ore reserve estimation process.

Reporting to the Manager- Province and Technical Planning, this role is primarily Lihir focussed with contributions to other Newcrest sites, studies and projects as required.

Your key responsibilities will include but will not be limited to the following –

  • Support the development of the ore processing component of the planning cycle by providing inputs, including the maintenance and the review of model outputs.
  • Carry out the ore processing component of studies through delivering best practice technical input and review
  • Evaluating processes to identify opportunities for business improvement and standardisation;
  • Ensure compliance with Safety and environmental Management systems, policies and procedures;
  • As required monitor, control and report on the mine planning operational performance
  • Prioritise and manage own workload; and build own capability in current and future roles including undertaking appropriate development opportunities.


Management(On-Site)/Mine Managers

Example 1:

Construction Manager


  • Responsible for ensuring the construction requirements are accurately quantified and set into the project planning and cost control system.
  • Ensures that the clients' construction requirements are being delivered in time by interfacing with the engineering and procurement team.
  • Must ensure effective management of contractors and suppliers site services representatives at all times
  • Must ensure that the construction staff are included in engineering reviews and constructability activities.
  • Responsible for managing construction quality records. Records must be compiled and collated in a progressive manner and that they are retained for easy access.
  • Monitoring and appraising construction work for conformance with engineering’ drawings, Design Specifications, Owner’s standards, Contract Coordination Procedures and applicable codes.
Example 2:

Superintendent - Field Maintenance

Reporting to the Manager Maintenance, you will be accountable for leading the field maintenance team to deliver availability and reliability objectives for the field equipment fleet including draglines, shovels, drills and hydraulic excavators.

Your key responsibilities will include:
  • Managing the execution phase of the work management process
  • Providing leadership to both breakdown and planned maintenance teams
  • Planning and executing the short and long term maintenance plans by working with internal maintenance teams and wider departments
  • Working with individuals at all levels to encourage a culture of safety
  • Encouraging team cohesion to meet business targets in an effective and efficient manner
  • Focusing on availability and continuous improvement initiatives for business critical high priority mining equipment.

Management - Corporate/Executives

Example 1:

Manager, Business Analysis

Reporting to the Director, Copper Finance, Manager, Business Analysis position will be responsible for planning, budgeting, capital and risk management for the Global Copper Business Unit. Working in close collaboration with local mine sites and Barrick technical teams this person will have a strong background in estimation, planning, cost control and AFE (Authorization for Expenditure) management.

Responsibilities include:
  • Consolidate budget, forecast and LOM submissions; develop and prepare reports to enhance performance measurement
  • Prepare required planning documents and presentations for corporate submission
  • Critically review site AFE’s and AFE registers for quality assurance
  • Act as AFE Administrator for the unit and ensure appropriate approvals are obtained on a timely basis
  • Ensure sites have sufficient training on the capital management process and provide support when necessary
  • Assist with the development and implementation of processes to enhance site and unit capital allocation
  • Manage capital reporting for the unit and ensure corporate requirements are met
  • Participate in Corporate capital allocation and management initiatives as required
  • Manage the consolidation, analysis, and reporting and performance measurement of High Priority Action Items for the unit
  • Assist site with development and consolidation of site budget, forecasts and Life of Mine (LOM)
  • Assist with special assignments as required
  • Preparation of ad-hoc presentations

Example 2:

Financial Planning & Analysis Manager

The role of Financial Planning & Analysis Manager - Merchant Operations will provide leadership of the financial planning & analysis function for AGL's Merchant Operations business unit. Merchant Operations is a significant and diverse business in its own right comprising AGL's portfolio of generation and mine assets across hydro, thermal, and wind facilities. The role acts as a business partner to the Chief Operating Officer - Merchant Operations, providing advice to ensure that the business unit meets its financial and broader objectives, and contributing to the formulation of the business strategy.

Leading a team of 2, key responsibilities of the role to include:

  • Develop and maintain the Merchant Energy 10 year financial model; emphasis on long term capital expenditure, working capital and earnings projections
  • Work closely with the Group Business Development and Financial Reporting and Accounting teams to provide financial advice in relation to Merchant Operations new business opportunities, acquisitions and divestments
  • Lead the preparation of monthly management reporting for the Merchant Operations business
  • Lead the preparation of annual budgets, three year plans and quarterly forecasts
  • Oversee the analysis and management reporting of Opex and Capex

Entry Level - Semi and Unskilled

Example 1:

Entry Level Design Engineer KOS

Support both administrative and design engineering activities as assigned by supervisor. Generally, this position performs structural, mechanical and civil engineering design work including product review and analyzes of sketches.
Essential duties and responsibilities include the following:

  • Analyze engineering sketches, specifications, and related data and drawings to determine design factors such as size, shape, and arrangement of parts
  • Compute angles, weights, surface areas, dimensions, radius, clearances, tolerances, leverages, and location of holes
  • Review product design for compliance with engineering principles, company standards, and customer contract requirements, and related specifications
  • Coordinates activities concerned with technical developments, scheduling and resolving engineering design and test problems
  • Direct integration of technical activities and products
  • Evaluates and approves design changes, specifications, and drawing releases
  • Prepare load out analysis and development of load out methods for the structures
  • Uses computer assisted design/drafting equipment and software to develop designs
  • Prepare interim and completion of project reports.
  • Other duties as assigned.


Example 1:

Security Analytst

As the PCI DSS Security Analyst within our ISG business unit, you will be responsible for ensuring that AGL meets its information technology compliance obligations, including PCI-DSS, ISO 27000 and relevant legislation. You will need to establish strong relationships across all business units and with vendors to monitor the AGL environment on a daily basis. It will be essential to develop and enforce appropriate compliance policies and reporting standards to ensure currency of knowledge of industry standards and awareness of AGL's compliance obligations across the business.

Working closely with the business and Enterprise Security Architect your role will consist of but is not limited to:

  • Ensuring compliance with chosen standards and regulations through the development and maintenance of relationships across the business and coordination with the Group Risk and Compliance department
  • Involvement with change management processes to ensure alignment with compliance requirements
  • Development, improvement and acceptance of compliance standards and strategies, including communication to the business and key stakeholders
  • Development of appropriate measures of compliance standards and reporting systems

Example 2:

Emergency Response & Security Officer

The Emergency Response Officer provides the emergency response and first aid requirements of Cowal Gold Mine; including Firefighting, Vehicle Rescue, Hazardous Materials response and Pre Hospital care. Reporting to the Emergency Response Coordinator, other duties and responsibilities include;

  • Providing leadership and training to onsite emergency response volunteers
  • Contributing to the development and delivery of Emergency Response training program and systems
  • Inspecting, auditing and maintaining stock and equipment
  • Security, gatehouse staffing and general patrols
  • Fitness for Work testing


Hospitality and Catering

Example 1:

Camp Cook & Cleaner

We are currently looking for a self motivated and energetic Camp Cook and Cleaner to join our Silver Springs facilities based 2 hours from Roma, Queensland. This role is responsible for the upkeep of the camp facilities including all cooking, laundry services and accommodation cleaning services that will ensure the highest standards of cleanliness, health and hygiene.

The responsibilities of this role include:

  • The preparation of nutritious breakfast, lunch and dinners for all camp occupants of satisfactory quality at scheduled times
  • Managing food and cleaning material inventory and pre-planning of meals and pre-orders stock accordingly
  • Ensures all food is used within its 'use by date' and ensures that any expired food items are destroyed or returned to supplier if out of date at time of delivery
  • Scheduled and adhoc cleaning of the kitchen, dining-room, recreation room, gymnasium, laundry as well as bedrooms and ensuites according to scheduled occupancy
  • Clean all dishes, glasses, cutlery, cooking utensils, etc immediately after each meal.
  • The laundering of linen and towels once a week or after use and each change out of shifts

Example 2:

Catering Assistant

We are currently seeking the services of an experienced Catering Assistant to work on a part time basis at our site based in East Brisbane. This permanent part time role is from 8am - 3pm; Monday - Friday.

Responsibilities include:

  • Serving of meals and snacks
  • Maintenance of food service areas and customer service
  • Cleaning of the kitchen and dining areas, also involves dishwashing
  • Maintaining food hygiene and safety practices
  • Food preparation
  • Assisting the chef manager

Cleaning/Site Attendants

Example 1:

Industrial Cleaner

The responsibilities of the role will include:

  • Cleaning offices – dusting, vacuuming, emptying bins,
  • Cleaning kitchenettes and lunch rooms – wiping tables and benches, restocking coffee/tea/sugar/dishwashing liquid/cups/hand towels, delivering milk, cleaning out fridges, emptying bins,
  • Cleaning bathrooms – mopping floors, cleaning toilets, refilling toilet paper/hand towels/soap, emptying bins,
  • Vacuuming and/or mopping office, laboratory, kitchen/lunchroom and bathroom floors,
  • Emptying office, laboratory, kitchen/lunchroom and bathroom bins.

Example 2:

Camp Cook & Cleaner

We are currently looking for a self motivated and energetic Camp Cook and Cleaner to join our Silver Springs facilities based 2 hours from Roma, Queensland. This role is responsible for the upkeep of the camp facilities including all cooking, laundry services and accommodation cleaning services that will ensure the highest standards of cleanliness, health and hygiene.

The responsibilities of this role include:

  • The preparation of nutritious breakfast, lunch and dinners for all camp occupants of satisfactory quality at scheduled times
  • Managing food and cleaning material inventory and pre-planning of meals and pre-orders stock accordingly
  • Ensures all food is used within its 'use by date' and ensures that any expired food items are destroyed or returned to supplier if out of date at time of delivery
  • Scheduled and adhoc cleaning of the kitchen, dining-room, recreation room, gymnasium, laundry as well as bedrooms and ensuites according to scheduled occupancy
  • Clean all dishes, glasses, cutlery, cooking utensils, etc immediately after each meal.
  • The laundering of linen and towels once a week or after use and each change out of shifts


Facilities Management and Services

Example 1:

Facilities Manager

We are currently taking expressions of interest for Facility Managers. Our candidates should have experience in the management of production facilities in metal trades and mining industries.

Your day to day responsibilities will include, but not limited to, the following:

  • Assessing the current condition of essential facilities and equipment
  • Maintaining accurate records of the equipment and building systems
  • Determining current facility efficiency and developing action plans to increase productivity
  • Providing site assessment to initiate site expansion or relocation
Example 2:

Village Services Officer

Reporting to the Village Coordinator, you will be responsible for managing and supervising contracts held by our service providers, covering accommodation, catering and maintenance. You will have day to day follow up with departmental managers and administrators, as you provide quality customer service to both internal and external customers.

As a Village Services Officer, your responsibilities will include:
  • Coordination and booking accommodation requirements as needed
  • Forecasting long-term accommodation needs
  • Ensuring that upcoming accommodation requirements for departments are filled
  • Delivering high standards of customer service within expected time frames
  • Maintaining current and accurate records regarding the occupancy and upcoming availability of accommodation
  • Ensuring that all activities are conducted in accordance with the Rio Tinto Iron Ore safety standards.


Example 1:

Senior Structural Designer

The Senior Structural Designer is responsible for the design of offshore structural components

  • Prepare structural design deliverables using PDMS software
  • Designs of offshore structural components such as riser clamps, PLET’s, PLEM’s, and Manifolds.
  • Manages of pipeline detailed drawings.
  • Designs support for offshore pipeline installation drawings.
  • Details offshore jackets and decks.
  • Details fabrication drawings and MTO’s.

Example 2:

CAD Technician

Prepares and revises simple to routine engineering and construction drawings from well detailed sketches, markups, charts, tables, or verbal instructions utilizing manual drafting or CAD techniques.

Performs related fundamental engineering support tasks such as updating computer lists, filing prints, distributing drawings, gathering and maintaining records of engineering data, etc.


Example 1:

Drill and Blast Engineer

As our next Drill and Blast Engineer reporting to the Technical Service Manager you will work collaboratively towards delivering high-quality solutions and results.

This is a site based role operating on an 8 days on; 6 days off roster FIFO from Perth that will see you thrive on meeting all goals and challenges, and act with fairness and integrity in all that you do.

In return, we will celebrate your achievements and provide great opportunities for you to take your career to the next level.

Some of your duties will include:

  • Provide technical assistance in the planning and coordination of monthly, weekly and daily blasting activities in a safe in efficient manner.
  • Contribute to the delivery of drill and blast activities in relation to mine plans.
  • Contribute to drill and blast activities through engineering planning and design work.
  • Assist in solving daily and weekly technical, scheduling and logistical problems.
  • Ensure comprehensive records are established and maintained to assist decision making.
  • Attend training and development programs as directed or required.

Example 2:


The Shot-firer reports directly to the D&B Supervisor and is responsible for the safe and efficient implementation of blasting practices to achieve project production targets.

Key Responsibilities

  • Ensure the safe, use, storage, security, transport and handling of explosives on the project site in accordance with all statutory and company procedural requirements.
  • Ensure all shot-crew personnel comply with all statutory and company procedural requirement.
  • Ensure all blasting practices conform to relevant Australian Mining, OH&S and Explosives & Dangerous Goods Legislation.
  • Ensure magazine records are accurately maintained to required standards and sufficient explosive stock is maintained so as not to adversely impact on production requirements.
  • Ensure all blasting practices conform to any Client site specific environmental requirements.
  • Ensure housekeeping in magazines, magazine compound, explosive vehicles and work areas is maintained to a high level.
  • Ensure that blasting specifications and quality requirements are met.
  • Ensure blast reports are accurately completed on the required forms and provided to the D&B Supervisor at the end of each shift.
  • Ensure relevant Pre-start checks are completed prior to commencement of work activities.
  • Initiate and formulate relevant JHAs where necessary for specific work activities.
  • Operate ancillary equipment (stemming loader etc) in accordance with BGC procedures.



Example 1:

Truck Driver

A rewarding opportunity exists for an experienced Heavy Vehicle Driver to join our marine construction team working on the Ichthys Project onshore LNG facilities based near Darwin.

As well as looking to employ local Darwin residents, BAM Clough will also provide the opportunity for FIFO work from points throughout Australia.

Main responsibilities for this role include:

  • Safe operation of a prime mover truck and trailer
  • Operating a forklift loading and unloading trailers
  • Daily prestarts and inspections of machinery
  • Labouring duties as required
  • Other duties as directed by the Supervisor
  • Execute work in line with quality procedures and safety requirements
  • Hazard identification and reporting
Example 2:

Roadtrain Drivers

We are currently seeking experienced Roadtrain Drivers to join the team at our Koolyanobbing Haulage Project, based on site near Southern Cross, Western Australia.

Experience in heavy Roadtrain operation (up to 250 tonnes) and side tipping experience is preferred and whilst not essential, loader operation (WA600) experience is favourable. A current MC licence is required for these positions.


Example 1:

Mine Surveyor

Reporting to the Senior Mine Surveyor, you will be responsible for ensuring accurate survey data and records so that operational, planning and other business functions have confidence in design layout and the 3D spatial information generated by the teams survey pickups.

As the Mine Surveyor, your key responsibilities include:

  • Undertaking essential front line production stakeout of designs and mining controls
  • Monitoring measurements to ensure that program schedules are met on time
  • Providing site support for the machine guidance system and machinery calibrations
  • Prioritising and scheduling of work tasks
  • Liaising with Production and Technical Services personnel to plan, prepare and complete daily field surveys
  • Undertaking preliminary analysis of prism monitoring data and communicating results to the Senior Mine Surveyor
  • Attending production meetings and maintaining minimum levels of survey consumables stock.

Example 2:

Exploration Surveyor

The Exploration Department has a vacancy for a permanent Exploration Surveyor at the Huntly Mine site. This is a staff role on a 10.3 shift roster. The incumbent will be based at the McCoy Crusher site however, will also be required to carry out survey tasks at the Willowdale mining areas.

Exploration surveying occurs in Alcoa's mining lease 1MSA working in forested areas around Huntly and Willowdale mines. Exploration surveyors are principally accountable for all aspects related to the accurate positioning of drilling grids. Although the surveying fieldwork is the major part of the job, there is a data management component to the job where the Surveyor is accountable for the management of all survey data and data bases, survey calculations, accuracy checks and instrument calibration.

Health & Safety

Example 1:

HSSE Advisor

UGL is offering a HSSE Advisor position to be based in Darwin. You will be working on a number of HV substation projects and also coordinate and assist HS&E activities, promote workplace safety and environmental awareness across the site(s).

Specifically the HSE Advisor will be responsible for compliance to UGL and statutory requirements for occupational health and safety and conflict resolution, environment, rehabilitation, workers compensation, claims management as well as education and training as appropriate to facilitate achievement of UGL HSE Policy objectives and performance targets.

Key tasks and responsibilities however not limited to:

  • Participate in the review, implementation and monitoring of systems and practices to ensure objectives and targets are met and continued compliance with all State and Federal legislation in relation to business dealings, work safety and environment
  • Providing advice and support to the project site management and supervision for the implementation and auditing of the Safety, Health and Environment Management Plans
  • Reviewing all project activities, work practices and procedures for continuous improvement in safety health and environment aspects
  • Maintaining HSSE education and awareness levels that support effective HSSE management.
  • Providing assistance to all workers in risk identification and safe work methods
  • Ensure all activities comply with current legislation and standards

Example 2:

Industrial Hygiene

Reporting to the OHS Superintendent, the Industrial Hygiene Technician will assist the Senior OHS Advisor and OHS Superintendent in the completion of industrial hygiene anticipation, recognition, evaluation, and control of physical and chemical hazards at Granny Smith mine site. This position is a 12 month fixed term contract to cover maternity leave.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Carry out routine exposure monitoring for particulates, gas/vapour, and physical hazards in all environments and other working areas on daily basis or as directed.
  • Maintain, calibrate, and operate field and laboratory instruments designed to evaluate employee exposures to physical and chemical hazards.
  • Observe the monitoring of employees and take notes to identify potential industrial hygiene issues;
  • Properly prepare and ship samples to the laboratory for analysis.
  • Review reports, historical data, industrial hygiene sampling data, and analytical results and prepare written reports of exposure details to the OHS Superintendent or Senior OHS Advisor.
  • Anticipate, recognise, evaluate, and control physical and chemical hazards in the workplace.
  • Perform data entry into MedGate database.
  • Assist the OHS Superintendent or Senior OHS Advisor in the management of the Site Health and Hygiene System.
  • Comply with and undertake additional / alternative responsibilities as reasonably requested by their Supervisor.



Example 1:

Environmental Engineer

Responsibilities include: The successful candidate must support the ISO 14001/Environmental Management System; understand environmental media programs (waste, water, land and air) and associated permitting/compliance/reporting related to active mining operations, as well as, mine site reclamation and closure activites; interact with stakeholders and regluatory agancies; assist with corporate standards management and tracking; participate in and provide support involving internal and external auditing activities.

Example 2:

HSSE Advisor

Specifically the HSE Advisor will be responsible for compliance to UGL and statutory requirements for occupational health and safety and conflict resolution, environment, rehabilitation, workers compensation, claims management as well as education and training as appropriate to facilitate achievement of UGL HSE Policy objectives and performance targets.

Key tasks and responsibilities however not limited to:

  • Participate in the review, implementation and monitoring of systems and practices to ensure objectives and targets are met and continued compliance with all State and Federal legislation in relation to business dealings, work safety and environment
  • Providing advice and support to the project site management and supervision for the implementation and auditing of the Safety, Health and Environment Management Plans
  • Reviewing all project activities, work practices and procedures for continuous improvement in safety health and environment aspects
  • Maintaining HSSE education and awareness levels that support effective HSSE management.
  • Providing assistance to all workers in risk identification and safe work methods
  • Ensure all activities comply with current legislation and standards


IT & Communications

Example 1:

Network Engineer

The position is responsible for the installation, configuration, deployment, monitoring, and maintenance of network infrastructure. This includes routers, proxy servers, switches, and WAN accelerators, VoIP, DNS and DHCP.
The position will ensure optimal performance of network services for the WorleyParsons global network with primary focus on the AME region. They must develop working relationships with the IT Services Teams, and the WorleyParsons Global Network team members.

Example 2:

Net Software Developer

Intertek Minerals Services provides analytical services to the mining, exploration and environmental industries and are seeking to engage a suitably experiences .Net Software Developer to be based at their Intertek Laboratory in Maddington, Western Australia.

The successful applicant will assist the existing IT team with software development activities, with the primary responsibilities of the role to include:

  • Work within a team environment to design, build, implement and maintain .Net web applications, customer portals and mobile applications.
  • Design and develop software based on business requirements. This includes solution design, development and system testing and deployment activities.
  • Assist in design and implementation of development environment and tools.
  • Provide support for existing software applications


Labourers/Trade Assistants

Example 1:

Helper/ Roughneck/ Floorman

Employees in this category carry out a variety of general laboring duties and operate and assist in the general laboring duties within the drilling services provided by Boart Longyear Drilling.

Main Duties:

1. Align and manipulate sections of pipe or drill stem from a platform on the rig derrick during the removal and replacement of strings of pipe, or drill stem and drill bit
2. Assist in the operation and maintenance of drilling mud systems and pumps during drilling, and mix mud chemicals and additives
3. Record mud flows and volumes and take samples
4. Operate and maintain drilling rig diesel motors, transmissions and other mechanical equipment
5. Maintain drilling equipment on the drill floor
6. Handle, sort and move drill tools, pipe, cement and other materials
7. Clean up rig and site area, as well as the shop areas.
8. Assist in setting up, taking down and transporting drilling rigs and drilling support equipment and tools
9. May drive drilling rig support truck to transport materials.
10. Assist in the shop with the preparation of drilling equipment for field operations.

Example 2:

Trades Assistant

A rewarding opportunity exists for an experienced Trades Assistant to join our marine construction team working on the Ichthys Project onshore LNG facilities based near Darwin.

As well as looking to employ local Darwin residents, BAM Clough will also provide the opportunity for FIFO work from points throughout Australia.

Main responsibilities for this role include:

  • Provide direct and other assistance to Tradespersons
  • Perform general hand skilled work duties
  • Use machines, equipment and tools in a safe and appropriate manner
  • Maintain cleanliness and organisation of the work area
  • Execute work in line with quality procedures and safety requirements
  • Maintain stock of consumables
  • Contribute to the team effort on-site by accomplishing related tasks as needed
  • Follow quality control systems and techniques
  • Perform other general duties as required


Procurement and Logistics

Example 1:

Supply Officer

We seek to appoint an experienced Supply Officer to join the Granny Smith Warehouse team. Reporting directly to the Warehouse Supervisor, the Supply Officer is responsible for the following:

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Provide warehouse services that ensure high quality supply, storage and distribution of goods
  • Support operational activities through the provision of strong internal customer service
  • Co-ordination of all Logistic Contractors making delivery to the Warehouse
  • Effective management in receiving and storing of goods
  • Perform bulk commodity dips and measure to agreed schedules
  • Accurate data processing of issue’s, receipts, credits and stocktaking
  • Review of stock takes including investigation and recording
  • Install adhesive RFID tags to vehicles and properly record details in the Fueltrack software
  • Performing daily pre-start checks and safety audits
  • General housekeeping as required to ensure that the Warehouse areas are clean and safe
  • Compliance with legal obligations, Barrick safety policies and procedures.

Example 2:

Warehouse Supervisor

Reporting to the Superintendent, you will be managing a team responsible for delivering efficient warehousing and distribution support to the Dampier Port Operations. You will also be providing front line leadership and operational support to the customers in a safety focussed environment. Company housing will not be provided for this role.

Your key responsibilities will include:

  • Managing safety across the warehouse function whilst handling daily warehouse operations
  • Ensuring continuous improvement of warehouse operations and its functions
  • Managing warehouse and inventory rationalisation and ensuring appropriate reporting of inventory discrepancies to the Inventory Coordinator
  • Liaising with relevant maintenance teams and planners for continuously improving supply service levels
  • Developing and improving reporting on warehouse management and inventory management
  • Maintaining effective networks through collaborative relationship with key stakeholders.



Example 1:


We are currently recruiting a qualified Electrician to provide effective maintenance support to our Oil Refinery Maintenance Contract.

The successful candidate will be HV access trained and have experience in the maintenance, calibration, repair and programming of DCS & SCADA systems including process automation and DCS plant infrastructure preferably within a heavy industry manufacturing or Petro Chemical environment.

The responsibilities of the position include:

  • Carry out repairs, calibrations, investigations, scheduled and preventative maintenance to the Instrumentation and Electrical systems.
  • This includes but is not limited to flow, level, temperature, pressure, indication control and safeguarding. Process stream analysers and the safe supply and distribution of electrical power.
  • Undertake fault analysis and troubleshooting utilising the controls systems, both DCS and PLC, to contribute to the continuous improvement of plant reliability.
  • Utilise plant computer systems to ensure the efficient scheduling and reporting of maintenance activities.
Example 2:

Maintenance Planner

We are currently seeking a professional Maintenance Planner to join our operations at Murrin Murrin and positively contribute towards continuous improvement of our maintenance management processes.

Reporting to the Maintenance Planning Superintendent and working alongside other member of our centralised Maintenance Planning team, you will be responsible for planning and coordinating all equipment maintenance and repair work throughout a large hydro-metallurgical processing plant.

Joining a highly motivated team, and utilising our customised Oracle-based maintenance management system, you will be responsible for the forward planning of maintenance activities within a specific area of our process plant.

Plant/Machinery Operators

Example 1:

Fixed Plant Operator

We are seeking a Fixed Plant Operator to join our expanding team, where you will be responsible for;

  • Carrying out and recording detailed plant running inspections, housekeeping duties and reporting any anomalies on time
  • Operating and maintaining all fixed plant and associated mobile equipment as per Rio Tinto Iron Ore standards and procedures
  • Carrying out basic maintenance functions including changing idlers, screening media and cyclone components
  • Involving actively in planned maintenance shut downs and taking ownership for your own decisions and their impact.

Example 2:

Autoclave Operator

Responsibilities include: The successful candidate will safely and efficiently operate various Autoclave circuits including: crushing, grinding, CIL, RIL, boilers, carbon stripping, elution, carbon refining, reagent handling, roving, and autoclaving. Proper handling of potentially hazardous chemicals, monitoring water and slurry flows, and acid addition, and making calculations and adjustments as needed to maintain plant operation. Inspect and check all other components of systems and equipment regularly while identifying hazards and equipment issues in assigned work areas. Other duties as assigned.

Quality Assurance and Control

Example 1:

QA/QC Coordinator

Clough AMEC is seeking an experienced QA/QC Coordinator for one of our major maintenance offshore contracts based in the Timor Sea. The role is based in Perth.

You will be required to provide quality monitoring support and expertise to the project, ensuring all deliverables are completed in a timely manner to the required level of accuracy in accordance with customer specifications and nominated standards.

Key aims and objectives;
  • Coordinate inspection and testing requirements (in accordance with specification / regulatory requirements)
  • Acceptance of verification requirements
  • Key plans and project specific process approved and available.
  • Compliance identified via internal audits as per project audit schedule.
  • Accuracy, completeness and control of documentation.

Example 2:

QA Welding Inspector

Your main responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
  • Ensuring correct implementation of QA/QC systems and procedures.
  • QA/QC document preparation and co-ordination.
  • MDR compilation as per client requirements.
  • Document and data control, including hard copy and electronic format.
  • Project QA/QC auditing and reporting.
  • Reporting of inspection activities in accordance with ITP and specifications.
  • Ensuring on-going review of Quality Plans, ITP’s and project systems and procedures.
  • Liaising with QA/QC third party service providers such as NDT, Hydro testing, Leak testing, Post Weld Heat Treatment.
  • Comply with all Forge’s corporate procedures and business systems as well as those of our client;
  • Project Quality Reporting.

Science/Research & Development

Example 1:

Organic Chemist

The position, reporting to the Spectroscopy Team Leader, will involve:

  • Spectroscopy analysis using FTIR and NMR techniques
  • Determination of unknown substances
  • Routine analysis of organics
  • Expansion of analytical ability into DSC and TGA analysis
  • Laboratory maintenance and general house keeping

Example 2:

Project Officer - Environmental Research

  • Collecting and preparing datasets associated with plant propagation, plant establishment and sustainability of rehabilitated mine pits;
  • Planning and implementing botanical monitoring programs of rehabilitated mined and refinery residue areas, including supervision of contractors;
  • Assisting in joint research projects with universities, the CSIRO and government departments; and
  • Contributing to safety activities undertaken by the Department.



Example 1:

Instrument Technician

The incumbent will be responsible for providing instrumentation maintenance and breakdown assistance to all areas of responsibility within the section. Responsibilities will include:

  • Carrying out repairs and maintenance on all Instrumentation equipments.
  • Assisting the Supervisor in complying with planned maintenance schedules.
  • Ensuring adherence to legal inspections on relevant installations.
  • Modifications and improvements in the area of responsibility.
  • Ensuring adherence to HSEQ standards.
  • Performing standby duties.

Example 2:

Maintenance Technician

We currently have a vacancy for a Maintenance Technician – Diesel Fitter Temporary 3 month Contract at our Callide mine site in Biloela. The successful applicant will be responsible for ensuring maintenance activities are completed in a safe and cost effective manner, in order to achieve a high degree of reliability.

The role will involve maintaining heavy earth-moving equipment such as Caterpillar, Komatsu and Hitachi rear dump trucks; dozers; loaders; drills; and Bucyrus and Hitachi draglines and excavators. Previous experience working on this equipment is desirable and those with related experience are encouraged to apply.

Terminal Refinery

Example 1:

Refinery Worker

The Refinery Worker is an entry level role to the organization and is accountable for assisting with the daily planning, servicing and maintenance of plant process equipment in a safe, cost effective manner to ensure that the impact of equipment downtime on operations across the Refinery is minimised.

This role also involves, but is not limited to:

  • Providing active training on routine servicing and maintenance work to Refinery Workers and contractors
  • Using the Supply System to ensure ongoing supply of stores items for designated maintenance
  • Operating and maintaining mobile equipment
  • Participating in problem solving to make recommendations for operational improvement

Example 2:

Manager Refinery Operations

Pacific Aluminium currently have a vacancy in for an experienced Refinery Production Manager. With five direct reports you are a key part of the leadership team that will be a critical driver in the future success of the business. You will have accountability for the strategic direction for all alumina production and power/steam generation activities and will have exposure in regards to maintenance strategy development. Driving a culture of safety and cost reduction you will have full accountability for the department budget and deliver major initiatives in delivering cost reductions.

Trades and Skilled

Example 1:


We are currently recruiting a qualified Electrician to provide effective maintenance support to our Oil Refinery Maintenance Contract.

The successful candidate will be HV access trained and have experience in the maintenance, calibration, repair and programming of DCS & SCADA systems including process automation and DCS plant infrastructure preferably within a heavy industry manufacturing or Petro Chemical environment.

Example 2:


To carry out all project based welding duties in the following disciplines TIG,MIG & MMA. This includes tie welding to final hardware and offline welding activities.


Example 1:

Production Trainer and Assessor

Reporting to the Training Supervisor, you will be accountable for maintaining the scope, content and quality aspects of all training programs supporting the production department. You will be also providing coaching and mentoring services to foster individual skills and knowledge development throughout the site.

As a Production Trainer Assessor, your responsibilities will include:

  • Training and mentoring employees and other trainers
  • Ensuring that Training Management systems are up to date and meet compliance standards
  • Delivering inductions and assessments as required
  • Measuring and improving training that has been delivered, to achieve and improve effectiveness
  • Organising pit and other permits as required
  • Fostering a culture of continuous improvement and being proactive towards its development.
Example 2:

Training Advisor

Reporting to the Health, Safety and Training Manager, this role will be responsible for the day to day management of the Training Systems across the Wambo site.

Key responsibilities are:

  • Assessing training needs by conducting and maintaining training needs analysis
  • Developing training courses and materials
  • Identifying suitable courses from external sources
  • Planning and organising training courses to meet operational needs
  • Maintaining the training database



Example 1:

Roadtrain Drivers

We are currently seeking experienced Roadtrain Drivers to join the team at our Koolyanobbing Haulage Project, based on site near Southern Cross, Western Australia.

Experience in heavy Roadtrain operation (up to 250 tonnes) and side tipping experience is preferred and whilst not essential, loader operation (WA600) experience is favourable. A current MC licence is required for these positions.

Example 2:

Support Superintendent

Reporting to the Superintendent Maintenance Execution, you will be responsible for all track maintenance activities and management of day to day tasks. You will be based at Tom Price and work in a fly in fly out roster of 9 days on, 5 off and 8 days on, 6 off with the view to transitioning to a residential role in the future.

As a Support Superintendent, your key responsibilities will include:

  • Overseeing the Track Maintenance team
  • Assisting in developing the team’s annual and 5 yearly track strategy plan
  • Developing and implementing maintenance systems to ensure our railways track and associated infrastructure are capable of supporting production requirements
  • Ensuring appropriate allocation of resources to achieve planned outcomes
  • Managing the engagement and performance of external contractors and suppliers whilst monitoring the quality and standard of services delivered
  • Fostering development and implementation of improvement projects.



Example 1:

Senior Aviation Planning Specialist


  • Supervises the engineering activity (all disciplines) on a project, or designated portions of a project, for airport development projects.
  • Plans and directs engineering assignments relating to landside, terminal, airside facilities, research/analysis, site reconnaissance, strategy, land use recommendations, stakeholder management, presentations and documentations, community design, transportation planning, planning studies, and proposals.
  • Has technical responsibilities for interpreting, organizing, executing, and coordinating these assignments, may include international airport development.
  • Supervises the engineering activity on a medium size project or designated portions of a very large or complicated project.
  • May exercise operational supervision over assigned project engineers.
  • As directed, manages the complex organizational interactions that evolve from the participation of several Bechtel entities on the project or from client-established relationships with other contractors.
  • Establishes and maintains access to technical experts in the advanced technologies pertinent to aviation planning and development, and sets up channels of communication to bring this expertise to bear effectively on the engineering effort.

Example 2:

Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineers

CHC Australia has an opportunity for suitably qualified engineers for our AS332 and EC225 helicopters. Put your experience and mentorship skills to use at CHC. We are looking for leaders who can motivate team members to perform to the best of their abilities. CHC is committed to equal opportunity employment.

Qualifications & Experience:

  • Australian CASA Group 20 Helicopter LAME licence covering AS332 and EC225 aircraft
  • Extensive field experience, have a proven ability to plan and carry out line maintenance, base maintenance and modifications
  • Proven ability to work unsupervised
  • Ability to support Company aircraft remote from its Base.



Example 1:

Marine Coordinator

The Ichthys Marine Coordinator - Onshore will be responsible to the Production Manager for planning, coordinating and monitoring various activities related to vessels’ acceptance, arrival, departure, berthing and unberthing.

Key responsibilities include:

  • Arrange loading of LNG, LPG and condensate products and discharge of various imports at the Ichthys assigned marine facilities and bunkering at vessels.
  • Review alternatives and update vessel movement schedules to accommodate changing production and marketing requirements.
  • Manage day to day interfaces with Darwin Port Authority, towage and pilotage services.
  • Liaise with Operations, production Planning, Laboratory, Safety, Third Party Inspection, Vessel Agents and other personnel to reduce vessel turnaround times and minimise waste.
  • Develop the company’s marine operating procedures.


Example 2:

Expression of Interest - Marine Assurance

The Operations and Assurance Group of the Woodside Marine department is responsible for the direct supervision of marine assurance & operational support to all Woodside marine activities. Focus areas include:

  • Providing advice and assistance within Woodside on all marine related HSES and matters for charter vessels and Woodside facilities.
  • Compliance with marine international, national and state legislation, conventions and codes, including ISM Code compliance
  • Pre-qualification and biennial audits of marine service providers.
  • Management of ship Inspection services.
  • Monitoring HSES performance of Woodside's contracted marine providers.
  • Annual review of Woodside's marine HSES policies, targets and procedures.
  • working within the Marine Operations Group in Woodside to ensure a quality vessel support service is provided within Woodside.
  • Management of Woodside's oil spill contingency plans


Example 1:

Administrative Assistant

Providing effective and efficient administrative support to the corporate head office Company Secretarial team located in Chatswood.

Key Responsibilities include:

  • Assist in managing corporate secretarial compliance of a large portfolio of unlisted companies and unincorporated entities locally and overseas, including completing forms, lodging documents/notifications/payments with ASIC and other government bodies, providing an opportunity to improve your expertise in managing complex entities in multiple jurisdictions
  • Supply company information and copies of documents in response to queries from business units
  • Assist with special projects e.g. business restructure, sales or acquisitions
  • Draft documents including reports and resolutions
  • Maintain databases and other tracking tools
  • Extensive document execution and distribution with follow up of action items
  • Record management including sound archiving practices and managing the company safe
  • Conduct online company, title and other searches
  • Process purchase orders, petty cash, coding invoices and expenses in Oracle
  • Provide administrative support to the Company Secretary.
  • Typing, scanning, copying, binding, filing and some data entry.

Example 2:

Accounts Payable Clerk

Responsibilities include: Successful candidate is responsible for opening and sorting mail; data entry of invoices; matching Purchase Orders (PO’s) for payment; research payment history; receiving of products and general clerical duties as assigned for Accounts Payable Department. This Administrative Clerk is expected to interact with employees and the public in a helpful and professional manner. Other duties as assigned.

Accounting/Financial Services

Example 1:

Financial Analyst

  • Take a lead role on Barrow Island for the development of the Gorgon assets register
  • Provide cost advice including coding and transfers
  • Act as the logistics allocation interface for all accounting related issues such as fuel distribution, materials movement ticket coding and travel and accommodation booking system data maintenance
  • Oversee the accounting related Kellogg Joint Venture Gorgon activities
  • Act as the interface between the Perth based Finance team, and staff on Barrow Island
  • Provide finance assurance support to the Owner’s team and support to the Payment Verification team where necessary
  • Commitment to health, environment and safety and Chevron best practices

Example 2:

Senior Accountant

The primary function of the Senior Accountant – Norway GL is to support the maintenance of the general ledger for our Norwegian site by preparing analysis and ensuring that all revenues and expenses are recorded properly. In addition, this role is responsible for supporting the business by providing analysis on the actual results as compared to prior periods and budget.


  • Liaise with the Norway team and drive the month end close
  • Liaise with the Norway team and drive the month end close
  • Ensure the accurate and timely recording of transactions in the general ledger
  • Prepare and analyze consolidated financial statements for internal and external reporting purposes
  • Provide support for Norway stat filings and audits
  • Prepare and review standard and non-recurring journal entries
  • Reconcile various balance sheet accounts
  • Provide balance sheet flux commentary on reconciled accounts
  • Intercompany accounting and reconciliation
  • Prepare & coordinate Norway requests and support schedules
  • Cash flow forecasting
  • Assist in annual planning and monthly forecasting


Human Resources

Example 1:

Human Resources Advisor

An exciting opportunity exists for an experienced Human Resources Advisor based at our Dugald Mine. Reporting to the Human Resources Superintendent, you will develop and implement human resource strategies and human resources processes and systems for Dugald River Mine that improves the involvement, commitment and performance of its employees to support the overall Company direction. As a successful incumbent, you will support and advice to ensure that managers, superintendents and supervisors are capable of performing their 'people' responsibilities and that all employees are informed of their rights and obligations under legislation and MMG's human resource policies.

Example 2:

Principal Advisor Employee Relations

Reporting to the General Manager Human Resources, this role is a key interface into the group-wide functions of HR and remuneration and benefits, and also works closely with our General Management leadership team. In this lead advisory role you will:

  • Integrate feedback gained from our employee surveys into ER strategies
  • Develop bargaining mandates and advise bargaining teams on strategy
  • Support HR Managers determining the most appropriate course of action for the resolution of workplace matters
  • Coach HR Managers and Superintendents to develop their ER capability and knowledge of employment law.
  • Participate in and represent MMG at industry wide or functional councils and associations, and keep abreast of emerging trends.



Example 1:

Corporate Counsel

The role will require the ability to understand multiple legal jurisdictions and prepare advice on and negotiate regarding high value contracts, frequently in short turnaround times. The role will also require sufficient experience to be able to operate autonomously and to deal with complex business matters, with direction and supervision from the Senior Corporate Counsel as required.


This role has the following key accountabilities with a view to enabling the operation to achieve its short and long term business goals (consistently with the principles of ethical legal practice):

  • Analysis of legal risks, particularly regarding commodity sales
  • Provision of advice and assistance in managing legal matters/risks facing Rio Tinto and its businesses
  • Drafting and negotiation of documents
  • Advising on, and managing, disputes
  • Cost effective management of external legal resources
  • Liaising, developing and maintaining close working relationships with members of the Rio Tinto Legal team globally and the Rio Tinto business units / corporate functions locally, and promoting collaboration and information sharing
  • Provide applicable training for staff, including compliance related matters
  • Translate legal expertise into practical, applicable and commercial advice for the business and develop strategies to solve issues

Example 2:

Claims Manager

Reporting to the Senior Vice President Corporate Centre and General Counsel, this role is required to provide Claims management and mitigation of commercial issues including:

  • Claims management of large variation claims, extension of time claims and disputes
  • Working with project teams, legal counsel and external consultants (where required) to deliver the best result under the terms of the Contract
  • Claims advice and assistance to projects during execution including: Start-up, Administration and Close-Out phases
  • Assistance in training commercial staff as required in the composition of Variations, Extensions of Time and Claims



Example 1:

Manager Residential Sales

In this role you will be responsible for driving and delivering on sales strategies to win and retain customers through a variety of internal and external sales channels. You will work closely with the marketing and retail leadership team to deliver on the organisational growth plans by managing the performance and development of channels.

Key responsibilities include:

  • Leading acquisition and retention sales teams with a view to maintain and grow market share
  • Establishment of both annual and monthly sales objectives in line with strategy/retail business plan
  • Engaging with Marketing to provide an annual sales plan and providing quarterly updates, revisions and modifications to the plan
  • Coordinating the specific objectives of the sales plan with all of the functional teams within the Customer Sales & Operations business unit
  • Drive and achieve sales targets, including customer numbers, revenue and gross margin

Example 2:

Business Development Manager

You will join a strong team and report through to the Group Manager of Development and Strategy; your role will be to focus specifically on new business targeting the area of O&G. The ideal candidate will be looking for their next challenge and preferably be available to commence as soon as possible.

The successful candidate will need to demonstrate a proven background in new business development, exposure to the oil and gas sector and the ability to ‘close a sale’. You will be accountable for securing new ventures and growing the existing client accounts and relationships. You will be welcomed as part of a strong and supportive Business Development team who enjoy meeting goals and achieving success.


Example 1:

Marketing Communications Coordinator

We currently have an opportunity available for an experienced Marketing Communications Coordinator to join our Brand & Communications team based in Melbourne. This is a fantastic opportunity to work in a high profile team which works on key communication pieces across the whole business. Reporting to the Lifecycle and Project Communications Manager, you will be responsible for contributing to the achievement of efficient, effective and integrated Retail customer communications for all stages of the customer lifecycle.

Example 2:

National Marketing Manager

Establish and maintain the Annual National Marketing Plan including measurable outcomes and management of budgets, and being consistent with the BGC Strategic Growth Plan. Develop and deliver effective and engaging organizational branding programs, implement processes and national brand guidelines. Build and maintain a framework for employee branding and advertising Undertake market research on current and potential customers and develop and understand our key competitors Deliver high quality and consistent communication across the business, including advertising, presentations, public relations, and social media. Build and manage quality relationship with external suppliers, and mentor key stakeholders to drive and successful marketing strategy

Public Relations/Media Mgmt/ Govt Relations

Example 1:

External Affairs Advisor

Chevron Australia has an exciting opportunity for an experienced External Affairs Advisor. Working autonomously, this Perth-based four-year fixed term opportunity will provide policy, government and public affairs advice to the Production, Marketing and Development (PDM) teams.

Key responsibilities include:

  • Maintaining awareness of current and emerging issues across the PDM portfolio
  • Developing annual communications plans
  • Delivering communications materials and managing internal events
  • Executing effective stakeholder engagement strategies
  • Developing and implementing strategies to increase awareness of the portfolio across Chevron Australia
  • Commitment to health, environment and safety and Chevron best practices

Example 2:

Specialist Government Approvals

The Approvals Division is responsible for the co-ordination and delivery of government approvals and acquisition of tenure to meet growth plans and for operational purposes. The State Agreement and Approvals Co-ordination team is one of four teams within the Approvals Division.

The State Agreement and Approvals Co-ordination team has the following accountabilities:

  • Obtaining State Agreement approvals;
  • Providing specialist advice on State Agreement issues relating to existing operations and expansion;
  • Co-ordination of regulatory approvals including Local Government, Mining Act and environmental approvals; and
  • Providing approvals advice, including participation in mapping, scheduling and co-ordination.


CEO and Senior Executives

Example 1:

General Manager Organisational Development

Based at the Downer EDI Mining head office in Brisbane, you will be responsible for providing strategic advice to business leaders on the operational development of employees across the business. You will lead a dedicated team of professionals in achieving the alignment of Business Unit delivery of training and Staff development. You will also implement the Group Talent Management Framework to support the Growth of the Business both nationally and internationally and the development of our people. Holding a senior management portfolio your influencing skills will be reflected in the Design of the Downer Mining Leadership Forum.

Example 2:

Director of Operations

We are seeking a Director of Operations to ensure the strategic direction, synergy, consistency and management of risk of the Program Management team. This role will work to grow and manage the division’s operations through successful delivery of projects, budgeting, reporting, compliance of procedures, developing of staff and cooperation between other regional business units and functional departments. This role will be specifically accountable for the delivery of projects in accordance with contractual commitments and in doing so, ensure that a sustainable and profitable business operates globally.



Example 1:

Community Relations Manager


  • Provide leadership, oversight, management and support for the functional areas of the Community Relations Department (Community Engagement, Community Development, Communications, Government and Civil Society Relations, Local Content and CR Administration)
  • Promote and implement the mine’s CR strategy, policies and standards
  • Ensure that community development initiatives are sustainable and based on a clearly spelled out objective and linked to the business case
  • Lead the roll out of the African Barrick Gold CR Management System at Buzwagi
  • Manage the department budget and financial recording keeping
  • Oversee reporting and performance management
  • Develop appropriate systems to monitor, evaluate and communicate the activities of the CR department

Example 2:

Superintendent - Community and Stakeholder Partnership.

Reporting to the Manager, Community & Stakeholder Partnerships, Queensland Operations, you will provide site specific operational management, direction and drive in the Community and Stakeholder Partnerships [CSP] functions to deliver the intended outcomes of the MMG CSP Business Plan for Dugald River. As a successful incumbent, you will support the development and implementation of community partnering strategies and build capacity within MMG to deliver our social licence to operate. You will also support the implementation of Native Title agreement commitments as well as improve MMG's standing in the community.

Contracts Admin/Management

Example 1:

Contracts Manager


  • Review and analyse PPP documentation and to draw up scope of rights, duties and obligations of the FM Contractor
  • Prepare, record and draw up documentation for the control/implementation of contract administration
  • Review tenders for sub-contract works related to the FM services
  • Advise FM Director on matters relating to FM contract and on negotiations with related parties
  • General administration of insurance and insurance claims and workmen injury compensation
  • Assist in preparation of variation orders and manage comprehensive records
  • Providing general legal advice on the FM contract, dispute resolution, insurance, leases and workmen injury compensation
  • Managing and coordinating with external legal counsel for litigation, arbitration and amicable out of court settlement
  • Preparation of reports

Example 2:

Principal Contracts Specialist

To provide contract management advice and support to the business unit.

  • Work across all of the departments projects.
  • Prepare interim payment certificates.
  • Prepare monthly cost reports.
  • Manage construction contracts.
  • Maintain relevant activity register for dispute resolutions(should it be required)
  • Advise the business unit of contractual risk and ensure that all risks are identified for management deliberation.
  • Assist in development of negotiating strategies and take a lead role in actual negotiations of contractual terms and conditions with potential customers.
  • Ensure that major change orders, subcontracts, purchase orders and amendments comply with company and contractual guidelines.
  • Participate in project reviews to ensure proper communication and evaluation of contractual risks.



Example 1:

Dredging Superintendent

INPEX is currently recruiting for a Dredging Superintendent. The primary function of this position is to assist the Dredging Package Manager and the Dredging Project Engineers to manage the dredging contractor by overseeing the inspection and monitoring of the daily activities of all dredgers and report findings in a timely manner to the Dredging Project Engineers.

Emergency Services

Example 1:

Emergency Management Advisor

Reporting to the Health and Safety Superintendent, you will provide Emergency Management support and expertise to the Greater Paraburdoo Operations. Utilising your demonstrated experience in emergency response, you will lead a large team of Emergency Management Coordinators and Officers to ensure the safety and wellbeing of the Greater Paraburdoo Operations and local community.

As an Emergency Management Advisor, your responsibilities will include:

  • Leading a team and coordinating response and resources in emergency situations
  • Coaching, mentoring and developing your team to build their capabilities and skills
  • Overseeing injury treatment and medical transfers
  • Assisting in the preparation and maintenance of the business resilience plan
  • Building and fostering effective and engaging relationships with internal and external stakeholders
  • Working collaboratively with a variety of local services and agencies, such as St. John's Ambulance and the Department of Fire and Emergency Services
  • Assuming an active leadership Captaincy position at the Paraburdoo Volunteer Fire and Rescue Service
  • Promoting and driving a high safety culture and zero harm approach.

Example 2:

Occupational Health Nurse

You will perform emergency response, medical examinations and a wide range of occupational health requirements for the Refineries and Mines Sites. Additional responsibilities include managing medical records, maintaining adequate levels of drugs and medical/ first aid supplies at the various locations and ensuring that all medical equipment is maintained in a useable condition.


Example 1:

General Project Estimator

General description includes handling, managing and leading medium and small estimates with minimal supervision or larger estimates while under the supervision and guidance of the estimating manager. He reports functionally to the estimating manager.

A General Project Estimator should have the capability to perform most discipline estimates. He knows how to generate a complete estimate from basic takeoffs through final cost (all materials, fabrication, subcontracts, construction, localization and indirects) for all work required for a project and take responsibility for the complete cost estimate. He must be capable to organize and plan the estimating effort, including leading and guiding the discipline estimators. He should also be capable of not only performing detailed takeoffs, but also developing conceptual or budget estimates.

Example 2:

Estimating Manager

Reporting to the GM Project Services, this leadership role is responsible for both the quality benchmarking of estimates and the management and development of the team. With a strong focus on exceeding client expectations, this role requires the ability to strongly engage both internal and external stakeholders professionally and to, appropriately direct the methods and approaches for conducting capital cost estimates on new major projects and the review of major estimates. Also required is an involvement in the compliance and continuous improvement of Ausenco estimating systems.


Example 1:

Welding Inspector

UGL have an urgent requirement for a suitably experienced Welding Inspector for a large EPC Power Generation Project in the Pilbara region of Western Australia.

This is a fixed term FIFO position for an approximate duration of 3-4 months.

Main responsibilities include:

  • Coordinate and carry out inspections of activities as required by the ITP’s;
  • Provide technical (quality) support to the manufacturing and construction teams;
  • Monitor the completion of Quality Records associated with assigned Work Packs;
  • Review assigned technical documentation and ensure correct specifications and drawings etc are included/referred to in Work Packs and Requisitions;
  • Develop and/or facilitate the development of inspection and associated check/inspection records;
  • Weld mapping of Isometrics;
  • Visually inspect all welding;
  • Input welding/material details into database;
  • Weekly reporting of welding/welder information as required;
  • Sign off work packs after completion of squad review;
  • Quality records are progressively completed and signed off in accordance with the schedule;
  • NCR’s are prepared and closed out in a timely manner – the NCR log is regularly maintained.

Example 2:

QA/QC Inspector

Main Purpose of the Job

Verification that company procedures and processes are being implemented in accordance with the Project Quality Program and the Company Integrated Management System.


  • Attend all necessary inspections as identified in the approved Inspection and Test Plan.
  • Inspect the production quality to establish if the client requirements are being achieved.
  • Shall perform a variety of inspection functions under supervision
  • Record and document any and all deviations from the Project Quality Program and the Company Integrated Management System.
  • Update the QEIL system with any and all deviations from the Project Quality Program and the Company Integrated Management System.
  • Coordinate with the client representatives to ensure that inspections are carried out expediently.
  • Generate client Requests For Inspection where required providing sufficient notice for Hold, Witness and Inspection points.
  • Carry out inspections on Exception Items as documented in the QEIL and sign off a closed when activity is complete.
  • Continually carry out surveillance inspections on the project recording and documenting any and all deviations from the Project Quality Program and the Company Integrated Management System.
  • Review the calibration status of any test equipment being utilized on the project ensuring the equipment is within calibration prior to use.
  • Provide support and advice to the construction personnel in relation to the Project Quality Program and the Company Integrated Management System
  • Maintain a good working relationship with all Kentz and Client personnel.
  • Maintain good record keeping of activities carried out and inspection reports, surveillance reports, etc.
  • Maintain willingness to learn and support the Inspector providing the on the job training
  • Comply with all Project HSE requirements i.e. PPE, work Permits etc.
  • Promote the use HSE practices
  • Any other adhoc duties as assigned from time to time


Industrial Relations

Example 1:

Industrial Relations Manager

WorleyParsons London are currently recruiting for a Industrial Relations Manager. :
Project Industrial Relations manager with a delivery/Trades back ground and mega – project Industrial Relations experience on Oil & Gas Projects. Team leader with a proven ability to work with construction and Project personnel in the development of a comprehensive Industrial Relations program for Craft workers and other project staff, for implementation and management in Tengiz.

Listed below are key responsibilities required for this role

  • Works closely with project Construction and Project personnel to develop the project Craft Industrial Relations Program.
  • Manages the execution of the project Industrial Relations Program in Tengiz or any other location that is required.
  • Develops and delivers Industrial Relations training courses as required to meet ongoing project needs.
  • Plays an active role in the development and promotion of the IIF safety culture on the project through the Industrial Relations process.
  • Assists the site manager and construction team in the overall promotion of labor relations policies.

Example 2:

Workplace Policy Adviser

This role will be a key role in the Workplace Policy division and will include:

  • researching, analysing and disseminating information on workplace issues including superannuation, taxation, work health and safety and industrial relations;
  • writing and researching submissions to government and other bodies on the above issues;
  • preparing in-depth and comprehensive reports on key issues of importance to the industry and its stakeholders;
  • presenting information to AMMA members both verbally and in writing in a way that is easy to understand;
  • Analysing the implications of legislative and policy developments and announcements that will impact on employers in the resource industry.


Laboratory Technicians

Example 1:

Laboratory Technician

Our Plutonic Operation is currently seeking an experienced Laboratory Technician to join their Processing team. You will be responsible for carrying out sample preparation and testing, using testing equipment and procedures as directed by the Laboratory Supervisor.

Key Responsibilities

  • Carry out sample preparation, fire assay, x-ray fluorescence (XRF) and wet lab procedures as outlined in the Laboratory Operations Manual and SWI’s and SWP’s.
  • Carry out cleaning and housekeeping of laboratory equipment and areas
  • Ensure all work is carried out safely and to a high standard
  • Select and use sampling equipment and conditions to preserve sample integrity during collection and storage
  • Operate laboratory testing equipment
  • Prepare sub-samples to ensure they are representative of the submitted sample
  • Carry out the defined tasks according to each type of sample and analytical determination
  • Interpret and /or calculate results and record
  • Report invalid testing results to Laboratory Supervisor
  • Identify stock discrepancies and maintain stocks at prescribed levels

Example 2:

Principal Production Chemist

As the Principal Production Chemist your role is to ensure that Woodside extracts the maximum value from its assets by ensuring that the chemical treatments applied optimise the lifecycle value of the reservoir, production stream and the hardware associated with it. You will also be responsible for increasing the awareness of and skills in production chemistry challenges across the company from reservoir to point of sale.

Key accountabilities:

  • Provide technical expertise to development functions (e.g. Production Technology, Reservoir Engineering, Corrosion etc.) in flow assurance and production chemistry for wells/reservoir, corrosion, scale, water injection and similar studies;
  • Provide technical expertise to flow assurance teams on projects in the areas of hydrates control, corrosion control, chemical compatibility and selection, and flow assurance evaluations;
  • Liaise closely with internal and external analytical laboratories to develop, maintain and manage sampling and analysis procedures, programmes, and data management;
  • Provide technical expertise to Production Operations in analysing chemistry and related integrity issues, chemical application management and general troubleshooting;
  • Support projects in design and selection of chemical applications, chemical injection systems, management processes and chemical contract strategy;
  • Technical Integrity Custodian / Technical Authority sign off for production chemistry related issues;
  • Development and maintenance of Production Chemistry Standards, Guidelines and Manuals to ensure effective Chemical Selection procedures and Chemical Application Management across WEL projects and operations;
  • Development of Production Chemistry / Flow Assurance Discipline Capability Plan – Competency / Training / Learning Framework for chemists and non-chemists within WEL;
  • Liaise with Occupational Health Advisor / HSE to ensure all chemical applications have been assessed for their HSE impact;
  • Ensure technical qualification, regulatory and QA / QC compliance for all chemical applications and related processes;
  • Increase knowledge and awareness across Woodside in production chemistry issues by use of the Knowledge Management System, presentations to suitable groups and specific training if appropriate. Attend relevant peer reviews;
  • Maintain knowledge of latest new technology and industry developments in the discipline via appropriate networking and attendance at conferences/workshops. Feedback information to Flow Assurance and related networks.



Example 1:


Prepares plans and schedules.

  • Establishes time sequences based on contractual dates.
  • Defines activities involved in the project and outlines schedule diagrams.
  • Analyzes step-by-step sequence of events necessary for completion of project.
  • Obtains information on crew sizes, material and equipment.
  • Adjusts activity float by resources.
  • Evaluates engineering and drafting activities, equipment and material deliveries and construction constraints.
  • Makes site visits to determine status of construction and reviews schedule.
  • Reviews project progress with management.
  • Reviews and studies proposal requirements and directs attention to those areas that appear out of line.

Example 2

Scheduling Specialist

Perform all aspects of Project Scheduling related to procurement, engineering, and construction planning and scheduling using Projects Controls principles and Primavera P5.0 or higher; provide initial schedule development and layout for schedule activities including 30% Model Review, Process and Instrument Diagrams (P&ID’s), Process Flow Diagrams (PFD’s), Pile Design, and Equipment Arrangement Layout activities and logic ties to those activities; manage schedule developments for Front-End Engineering and Design (FEED) jobs and small Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) jobs; mentor less experienced Project Controls scheduling personnel; and actively cooperate to ensure a safe working environment.


Processing and Production

Example 1:

Principal Process Engineer

We are seeking a Principal Process Engineer who will be the Operations Process Engineering technical authority covering Process Engineering governance, advice and support.

Responsibilities include:

  • Ensuring readiness of Process Engineering discipline for Ichthys facilities start-up
  • Assuring technical integrity of Ichthys assets for discipline for start-up and ongoing operations
  • Reviewing and approving relevant key data and documents including P&IDs, Safeguarding memorandum
  • Ensuring all relevant Process Engineering standards and specifications needed for Ichthys Operations are issued, reviewed and approved
  • Developing and maintaining “steady-state” and “dynamic” process simulations for all process package models including upset modes, (control) strategy verification and operator training/start-up assistance
  • Process Engineering support contracts and management of resources
  • Technical reviews and audits

Example 2:

Process Coordinator

Reporting to the Process Operations Superintendent, the incumbent will be responsible for ensuring effective operational commissioning of all sections of the processing plant, the development and implementation of continuous improvement initiatives and to ensure plant utilisation is optimised safely and efficiently at Lumwana Mine site in Zambia. The duties will include but not limited to the following:

  • Effective operational commissioning of all sections of the processing plant as and when required.
  • Coordinate and provide allied services in support of the shift operations teams.
  • Schedule and conduct safety and production meetings for Day Services
  • Conduct safety and production audits
  • Coordinate mill relining activities on the SAG mill, Ball mill and Regrind mill including the supervision of contract reline crews
  • Timely and efficient coordination of the copper concentrate dispatch operation
  • Ensure effective management of water into and out of the process operations
  • Coordination of the operation, maintenance and development of the Tailings Storage Facility
  • Minimise costs through efficient management of labour, resources and services.
  • Ensure the effective utilization of departmental mobile plant and equipment in accordance with plant policies and procedures including the coordination of hire equipment when required.
  • Review of operational tasks and procedures including JSA’s and SOP’s
  • Conduct employee performance reviews
  • Liaise with the Processing Maintenance, Metallurgical and Mining departments to ensure optimal utilisation of the plant

Project Management

Example 1:

Project Manager

We currently have several exciting opportunities for Project Managers to join our IT Project Management Office.

These positions report to the IT Portfolio Delivery Manager with accountability to the Business Project/Program Manager.

Key accountabilities of this role include:

  • Providing leadership in accordance with Origin's Purpose, Principles, Values & Commitments
  • Delivering multiple concurrent projects whilst ensuring sustainable fit for purpose IT solutions are delivered on time, on budget and to stakeholder expectations.
  • Preparing/securing approval of IT project plans for conformance to business change project plan and schedule.
  • Providing clear direction to the IT project team where ambiguity exists, setting IT project priorities
  • Managing partners, issues, risks and cross project dependencies/conflicts
  • Forecasting resourcing needs and controlling costs
  • Ensuring compliance to IT governance requirements and alignment to IT strategy

Example 2:

Subsea Project Manager

Understands commercial and contractual requirements and manages project to meet and fully comply with contract obligations. Fosters commercial awareness among project team and delivers projects within as-bid profit margins. Implement and apply proper project controls to monitor and correct progress; identify and implement corrective actions as required. Manage client expectations and manage scope creep with appropriate and timely management of change within the terms of the contract. Understand and apply the necessary project management processes, risk management, and quality assurance practices. Ability to make decisions and recommendations that are recognized as authoritative and have an important impact on extensive engineering activities.



Example 1:

Recruitement Officer

Barrick Australia Pacific is searching for two Recruitment Advisors to join our centralized recruitment team in the Perth Office. The primary purpose of this role is to provide advice and guidance on recruitment tactics, processes and systems to hiring managers. The Recruitment Advisor is responsible for end-to-end recruitment of all roles.

Example 2:


Essential Duties

  • Develop and execute recruiting plans by working with hiring managers on staffing needs
  • Lead the creation of a recruiting and interviewing plan for each open position
  • Efficiently and effectively fill open positions for internal Bechtel transfers and external staff hires
  • Conduct regular follow-up with managers to determine the effectiveness of recruiting plans and implementation
  • Develop a pool of qualified candidates in advance of need by building networks to find qualified passive candidates
  • Research and recommend new sources for active and passive candidate recruiting
  • Network through industry contacts, association memberships, and employees
  • Utilize the Internet for recruitment
  • Post positions to appropriate Internet sources
  • Research new ways of using the Internet for recruitment
  • Use social and professional networking sites to identify and source candidates
  • Review applicants to evaluate if they meet the position requirements
  • Conduct prescreening interviews
  • Disposition all resumes and positions
  • Perform other special projects as assigned


Example 1:

Exploration Sampler

  • Handle, prepare and process samples for geological purposes;
  • Prescribed tagging/marking of samples and accurate recordkeeping;
  • Assisting the Geologist with pegging or surveying of RC boreholes;
  • Assistance is provided pro-actively or when needed or asked for by the supervisor or other team members;
  • Cleaning of the section's machinery, equipment & environment;
  • Adherence to all safety regulations and health standards and promote good housekeeping on an ongoing basis.

Example 2:

Exploration Geologist

This role is well suited to a self motivated and confident exploration geologist looking for a career not just a job. Reporting directly to the Exploration Manager you will be responsible but not limited to:

  • Manage all aspects of exploration activities
  • Collection & supervision of field data
  • Plan & implement sampling and drill programs.
  • Ensure all geological sampling is accurate and logged
  • Historical data interpretation


Site Supervisors

Example 1:

Field Supervisor

Reporting to the Senior Geologist, you will supervise and support the exploration field team in drilling operations and rehabilitation, drill and geochemical sampling, geophysical surveys and accurate gathering of all associated data. You will be providing training in practical field assistance for exploration and project development activities. As the Field Supervisor, you will deliver a high standard of service to the department, including managing the core yard and all exploration logistics.

Example 2:

Electrical Supervisors

As an Electrical Supervisor with Monadelphous you will carry out a wide range of tasks across this major construction project including but not limited to:

  • Coordinating and supervising daily activities of work crews
  • Ensuring compliance with all HSE requirements
  • Ensuring that quality, production and environmental requirements are met
  • Purchasing of materials, and hiring necessary equipment, plant or subcontract services
  • Delivery of progress updates to planning and scheduling crew


Waste Management

Example 1:

Waste Management and Soil Remediation Engineer

Chevron’s Energy Technology Company (ETC) has an exciting opportunity for an experienced Waste Management and Soil Remediation Engineer to join its Global Technology Centre (GTC) team in Perth. Reporting to the Team Lead GTC Perth, this role will manage and provide technical expertise to environmental waste management and soil remediation projects for Chevron’s international and domestic operations, including major capital projects. In addition, the candidate will provide technical consulting and support on a wide-range of waste and remediation issues.
This position includes regular national and occasional international travel.


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