Mining resume. How to write a mining focused resume.

Mining Resumes

How a well-written mining resume can land you a dream mining job

iMINCO works with mining and construction training organisation Industry Pathways who specialise in the preparation of high quality resumes for the mining, construction and oil and gas industries.

Mining equipment on a mine site. Would you like to get a job on a mine site operating mine site machinery? A professional mining resume will help you gain employment with a mining company in Australia

With a strong focus on your skills, qualifications and work experience, the resumes they create will better your chances of getting an interview. Their industry specific resumes have proven particularly successful for people who are looking to enter the mining industry and are applying for entry-level mining jobs.

Throughout the application process, employers and recruiters within the resource and construction sector use computer automated resume readers. They automatically scan over your resume and pick out `industry specific keywords` and qualifications. This can include mining terminology and industry acronyms such as:

  • FIFO (Fly-In, Fly-Out)
  • DIDO (Drive-In, Drive-out)
  • PPE (Personal Protective Equipment)
  • JSA (Job Safety Analysis)
  • RII (Resources & Infrastructure Industry)
  • Standard 11, Mining Induction

If your resume does not include these terms, it could dramatically decrease your chances of being selected for an interview. This is why you need a good mining resume.

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