Adani Carmichael mine – the race is on for mining jobs
As of April 2016, the final green light has been given by the Queensland state government for Indian-based power and energy conglomerate Adani, to develop their Galilee Basin Carmichael mine coal asset.
The mine will be the biggest coal mine in Australia, with projections for over 40 years of jobs and billions of dollars worth of revenue for the QLD state government.
For those who are thinking about a mining job, this is a perfect opportunity for those who have always wanted to work in the mines to get on board, up-skill, get the right training and qualifications. Mining jobs are not easy to get and Adani will be looking out for skilled workers to hire – as well as entry-level workers.
Construction of the mine will also bring many jobs for workers who have experience in all-manner of building and construction work.
Get up to speed with the Adani Carmichael mine project by reading the iMINCO back-catalogue of news featured on the website.
Adani mining jobs – don’t leave it to luck
Don’t leave it to luck.
95% of resumes are rubbish, it’s not that the content is rubbish, it’s just that the layout of a resume is not geared to getting results.
See how resume scanner software can block your Adani application? and what you can do to avoid being targeted.
When you are called in for an interview, give yourself the best opportunity to make an impression. Read the iMINCO secrets to nailing the Adani interview.
Get up to speed on Adani and the Carmichael mine
This information is vital to understand the project and how to go about applying for a position. It will definitely give you the edge over others who hope sending in their resume will help them get a job.
This is where the Adani coal tenements are located. It’s not just Adani that have access to millions of tonnes worth of coal. Read up on this information and for more insights into who to talk to and how to get your foot in the door. Research is the key to mining jobs.
Standard 11 Mining Induction
The Standard 11 is a workplace health and safety package for the Resources and Infrastructure Industry (RII).
If your job means you must access a Queensland coal mine site - you'll need a Standard 11.
The Standard 11 covers essential safety and procedures training designed to keep you and other workers safe from injury and harm when working on site.
There are 6 units of study (competency) in the Standard 11. This course can not be completed online. Find out more about how you can complete the Standard 11 Mining Induction at a location close to you
You can book your course here and we will find a training provider close to your location - we do all the work for you.