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Mining Jobs WA – How To Increase Your Hiring Potential

Great job prospects, a booming mining industry, on the job training and warm sunny weekends to help you relax. No wonder so many people are rushing to get mining jobs in WA.

In fact, there has never been a better time to do so. Last year WA saw a 5% increase in mining jobs and it has now become a true job seeker`s market.

So, if you`re looking formining jobs WA, now is the time to grab the opportunity with both hands.

But how?

First, consider your options.

Are you coming to the job with skills that can be transferable to the mining job you`re applying for? Or are you lacking in experience and credentials?

There`s a path for both scenarios, but of course, if you have highly relevant skills then you`re more likely to secure a higher salary than most non-skilled positions may offer.

You should also consider what type of mining job you want to do in WA. Remember that the mining industry is huge and the range of jobs is pretty expansive.

For example, mining companies don`t just need truck drivers or drill operators; they also need cooks, medics, logistic managers, bus drivers, clerical staff and so much more.

Once you know what kind of position you`re best suited for, you can begin your search for jobs online, using sites such as seek.com.au and jobseeker.com.au for potential vacancies. Don`t forget to set up an email alert and upload a high quality resume to give yourself the best possible chance of finding and landing a mining job in WA.

iMINCOcan help you find and win mining jobs in WA far more effectively than going it alone. We`ve helped hundreds of people to find mining jobs, across a range of skilled and non-skilled positions.

Call us today on 0403 560 594 and we`ll show you how it`s done, including resume advice, job search advice and general advice on working in mining in WA” where the sun always shines!

Some mining courses you can do if you`re thinking of applying for mining jobs in WA

Reference: Mining jobsWA | Advice for people looking for WA jobs in mining

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Resources and Infrastructure Industry (RII)

Commonly refered to as Black Coal Competency (BCC), the RII competency is one that can be attained by an operator who has previously worked in the industry and has completed a number of operating hours on various types of machinery.

RII competency is granted to prove correct and safe operation of mine site machinery. It is a very useful qualification to have, as it confirms the operator has the required experience and expertise.

Find out more about RII Competencies here

You can transfer your nationally recognised civil Excavator, Front End Loader or Dozer tickets only to RII Black Coal Competencies.

Standard 11 Mining Induction

The Standard 11 is a course that provides skill and knowledge required for working in surface coal mines under the QLD Mining Inspectorate Recognised Standard 11.

If your job means you must access a Queensland coal mine site - you'll need a Standard 11.

The Standard 11 covers essential safety training designed to keep you and other workers safe from injury and harm when working on site.

There are 6 units of 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 online and we will find a training provider close to your location - we do all the work for you.



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