The rebound in market conditions in the resources industry is driving an improvement in engineering company Monadelphous’ performance.
Job opportunities in the Australian mining industry have continued to grow significantly in 2018.
A buoyant marketplace for permanent work is making a welcome return for job seekers in Australia’s mining industry.
Ampcontrol chief executive officer Rod Henderson discusses how the engineering company has responded to the improvement in market conditions in mining.
An abundance of positions for unskilled mine workers that have the potential of fetching an annual salary of $82,000 is being offered in Western Australia’s Goldfields region, according to human resources business Mining People international (MPI).
With the mining industry in the midst of a turnaround, Leverlink managing director Richard Sharp reinforces the importance of supporting Australian-designed products.
To remain employable engineers require environmentally-sustainable design knowledge, expertise in new technology such as GPS positioning, drones and virtual reality (VR), and a willingness to continuously ask questions, according to a report from recruitment agency, Hays.
Origin Energy’s philanthropic arm, Origin Foundation, has given $5 million to the University of New South Wales (UNSW) to assist Indigenous students pursuing a career in science, technology, engineering or maths (STEM) fields.
Engineering company Monadelphous has been awarded several contracts in the mining and resources industries worth a combined value of around $55 million.
Mining job vacancies stopped growing at recruitment agency DFP Recruitment Services in June, the company has revealed.
Job opportunities in mining, resources and energy almost doubled on online recruitment portal SEEK in the year up to the end of May.
Having jumped to second in the world rankings for mining and mineral engineering, Australian Mining speaks with Curtin University professor, Sam Spearing, about putting the 110-year-old WA School of Mines on the world map.
The University of Sydney has found more women are opting to study engineering and computing undergraduate degrees.
Mining, resources and energy remains the highest paid industry on online jobs portal Seek despite a slight year-on-year fall.
A record number of women have graduated from engineering at the University of Queensland, well above the national average.
Studies have shown a preponderance of engineers among terrorist ranks, especially when we look at the relatively recent scourge of Islamist terror the world is currently grappling with.
Curtin University’s Faculty of Science and Engineering has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Mali’s École Nationale d’Ingénieurs Abderhamane Baba Touré (The National School of Engineering Abderhamane Baba Touré) in an effort to create mining engineering ties between both countries. This follows a visit to WA and several talks by a delegation led by … Continue reading Curtin University partners with African engineering school
One of the world’s leading providers of chemical plants, refineries, and cement and other industrial plants, ThyssenKrupp Industrial Solutions, has opted to use Siemens’ Comos plant engineering and plant management software solution.
The Board of Professional Engineers of Queensland has partnered with the Queensland University of Technology.
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