100 New Workers Needed For QLD Mines

Two mines in north Queensland will employ 100 new workers as it expands its metal operations.

Two mines in north Queensland will employ 100 new workers as it expands its metal operations.
Recruitment officer Clayton Cook says the new workers will considerably increase their staff numbers.
"The Pajingo operation has around about 200 staff.
"Twin Hills is actually a greenfield site where it doesn’t have many staff currently and will only have around about 50 staff in total,” he said.
Underground ore mining is expected to begin next year at the mine site in Twin Hills, west of Mackay.
The company, Conquest Mining, already employs about 200 workers at its Pajingo Gold Mine and produces up to 55 000 ounces of gold per year.
They say they want to employ locally for the expansion by hiring workers based in north Queensland.
 

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