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Downer EDI Jobs – $70m WA Contract

iMINCO Downer Jobs - $70 Mil WA contractDowner EDI has won a contract for work on Technicas Reunidas S.A.’s technical ammonium nitrate plant on the Burrup Peninsula, in Western Australia.

The new contract, which is estimated to be around $70 million, will see Downer EDI take control of the majority of engineering works.

The $70 contract involves the design, planning and installation of piping, structural, mechanical, electrical and instrumentation at the new ammonium nitrate plant.

Technicas Reunidas is a Spanish-based contractor that is highly active in the oil and gas sector providing engineering, procurement and construction of industrial and power generation plants.

Downer EDI will start work straight away at the TAN Burrup site, and is expected to be finished by the end of March 2015.

What is Ammonium Nitrate?

Ammonium nitrate is a chemical compound with the formula NH4NO3. It is composed of nitric acid and salt of ammonia. Ammonium Nitrate is generally used as a fertilizer. It is available in pellet form with a clay coating. The reason for its popularity in agriculture is because of the high nitrogen. Nitrogen is a very important plant nutrient that assists in the growth and metabolic processes that the plant undergoes.

About Downer

Downer EDI Limited (Downer) is a world-class provider of engineering and infrastructure management services to clients operating in Minerals & Metals, Oil & Gas, Power, Road & Rail Infrastructure, Telecommunications and Water.

Downer EDI employs more than 20,000 people in Australia, New Zealand and the Asia Pacific region and is listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). As indicated on the Downer website, at 30 December 2012, Downer had nearly $19 billion of work-in-hand. (it would be good if they revised that total as we are now in 2014).

During the past 5 months, Downer has won contracts worth around three quarters of a billion dollars ($750 million) in the mining and resource sector in Australia. Other areas of specialisation are Infrastructure and Civil Engineering, Water, Energy, Communications and Rail network development.

Downer EDI Jobs

For job seekers looking to gain employment with this rapidly developing company, there is a dedicated section on the Downer EDI jobs website at www.downergroup.com. Keep up to date with Downer EDI jobs by signing up for ‘job alerts’ as well as having the ability to create a user account on their jobs board, where digital resumes and applications can be submitted with ease.

iMINCO strongly advises people applying for Downer EDI jobs to first take a step back and review their resume to assess whether it is relevant to the job being advertised.

Companies like Downer, employ specialist teams of recruiters and in-house Human resource manager to personally review applications – that is if the resume makes it past digital scanning software. Just because an application is submitted, does not guarantee it will even reach a human – for review.

If a resume is badly constructed, contains spelling and grammatical errors, does not contain the right mix of keywords and qualifications (course codes etc) – then it will more than likely be rejected instantly. This is often a cause of great frustration for many job seekers as they never get to hear why their application was rejected.

Having no feedback only compounds the issue for applicants, who do not understand why their application was rejected – therefore, there is no means to benchmark for improvement.

Tips to getting an interview at Downer EDI

Make certain the resume being presented to Downer is the very best it can be. Read the iMINCO ‘resume tips’ e-book – it’s absolutely free.

Resume design tips are not enough to guarantee a resume will make it past the resume scanning (OCR) software. Please read the iMNCO guide on “how to beat resume scanning software”

Prepare for an interview buy getting up-to-speed with the latest interview techniques – this report shows readers how to make a great impression at an interview.

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