Underground Conveyor Electricians
Due to continued growth they require experienced Underground Electricians for conveyor work at an Underground Mine in the Bowen Basin.
The successful candidate will need to have a proactive attitude towards safety, willing to work as part of a team..
Following skills and experience:
- 2 years’ experience working in underground coal mining
- 12 months Conveyor Install and/or Maintenance experience
- Electrical Licence
- Install & Maintain Electrical Equipment for Hazardous Areas (EEHA)
- LVR / CPR
- Drivers Licence
- Standard 11 *Standard 11 Training* Underground Statement of Attainment (Underground)
- Queensland Coal Board Medical Section 4 (Underground)
- Ongoing employment opportunities
- Accommodation and Meals provided whilst on roster
- Competitive Market Rates
If you have the required skills along with a great work ethic they would like to hear from you.
Equal Employment Opportunity Organisation that supports a diverse workforce.
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Learn more about the Bowen Basin mining location.
The Bowen Basin contains the largest coal reserves in Australia. This major coal producing region contains one of the world’s largest deposits of bituminous coal.
The Basin contains much of the known Permian coal resources in Queensland including virtually all of the known mineable prime coking coal. It was named for the Bowen River, itself named after Queensland’s first Governor, Sir George Bowen.
The Bowen Basin covers an area of over 60,000 square kilometres in Central Queensland running from Collinsville to Theodore and is dotted with many coal mines operated by multiple mining companies.