QGC are holding a recruitment information session in Gladstone tonight as the company ramps up efforts to become Queensland's first LNG exporter.
QGC’s $20 billion LNG plant on Curtis Island is the most advanced of the three projects being built and is due for completion in 2014.
The company are holding a recruitment information session for locals in Gladstone tonight as work ramps up both on and off the island.
A spokesperson for QGC told Australian Mining the key roles the company are recruiting for are production area supervisors, production technicians, mechanical technicians, QMI technicians and E&I maintenance co-ordinators.
QGC and its contractors currently employ 11,600 people and since January 2010 has spent $12 billion in Australia. Of this, $9.6 billion was spent here in Queensland.
The company said they have been hiring more than 15 people a day over the last six months.
“A snapshot of current contracts shows we are investing nearly $1b in Gladstone,” the spokesperson added.
The information session will be held at The Grand Hotel in Goondoon Street tonight from 7:30.
For more information visit http://www.qgcregistration.com.au/