If you’ve found this page, you’ll soon realise it’s a little old. However, we value our content and hope this helps you find a job in the mines operating dump trucks.
As always, driving a dump truck on a mine site can mean a financially rewarding career. The FIFO lifestyle suits many people who feel comfortable working away from home on rosters that could be as long as 3 weeks on and a week off.
We’re still seeing plenty of good jobs for highly trained and motivated dump truck operators. Demand is still high in Western Australia as well as the Queensland coal fields. Subscribing to mining jobs boards like SEEK, JORA, Indeed etx on a regular basis, will deliver literally dozens of jobs for haul truck operators – every week.
You can go to SEEK and find jobs for dump truck operators by clicking here:
- Dump Truck Operator jobs in Queensland
- Dump truck jobs on JORA Queensland
- Dump truck jobs on Indeed Queensland
New South Wales jobs
- Dump Truck Operator jobs in New South Wales
- Dump truck jobs on Indeed New South Wales
- Dump truck jobs on JORA NSW
- Dump Truck Operator jobs in Western Australia
- Dump truck jobs on JORA Western Australia
- Dump truck jobs on Indeed Western Australia
If you know what to search for, it’s easy to get accurate results. Don’t forget to subscribe to the jobs listed on the page.
Despite remote mine site locations and long days spent behind the wheel, operators of dump trucks can still find plenty of things to do to keep their mind sharp and alert.
Safety is a high priority for mining companies, and because of this, recruiters and human resource managers who are responsible for hiring operators, must have a strong policy when it comes to hiring new employees. People applying for dump truck operator jobs such as the following, must be aware of the absolute requirements when jobs are advertised.
The following list of dump truck operator jobs have been collated from various mining jobs boards advertising for operators of dump trucks.