Mining has emerged from the dark days of the downturn to be greeted with a familiar challenge – skills shortages.
Mining services company Macmahon has launched LiveHire’s Live Talent Community technology across the company to support its growing recruitment needs for new contracts.
BHP is continuing a recruitment drive for the Olympic Dam mine in South Australia as it ramps up operations to full capacity in the current quarter.
Rio Tinto is seeking more than 100 workers for a variety of roles at its bauxite operations in North Queensland.
Mining companies are pursuing potential employees who have a disability as a new method for increasing workforce diversity, Hays’ latest analysis on recruitment trends has revealed.
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).
Technology has been developed to turn recruitment in mining into a proactive process that is more efficient for companies.
Mining companies are realigning their human resources strategies to reflect improving market conditions that are potentially leading to skills shortages.
Roy Hill has signed with talent technology company LiveHire, launching a Live Talent Community that will become the single destination for all workforce hires.
Having no experience in mining used to be a barrier for people trying to break into the industry. This is no longer the case, according to recruitment company Hays.
The mining, resources and energy sector experienced the largest advertising growth of all industries on online recruitment portal Seek in April.
The volume of mining jobs being advertised in Australia continues to significantly outpace what was on offer in 2016, according to the latest data from online jobs portal Seek.
Tech company Workfast has extended an Uber-like, on-demand recruitment platform it launched last year to the Australian mining industry.
A unique recruitment process by Glencore has shown the success that be achieved by employing a workforce almost fully made up of cleanskins. Vicky Validakis reports.
Recruitment expert Hays said Queensland is the place to be looking for mining jobs with engineers, electricians and safety professionals expected to remain in high demand until September.
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Ongoing protests at Whitehaven Coal’s Maules Creek mine is having no impact on people wanting a job at the project with 1800 people applying for 100 permanent roles on offer.
Oil and gas giant Shell have teamed up with the Challenger Institute of Technology to develop a world first FLNG specialist training facility in Perth.
In the market for personnel? Then have a clear recruitment strategy and strongly consider where, when and how to connect with the target candidate group. Jamie Wade writes.
With miners sourcing directly, more recruitment agencies are facing an uncertain future in mining, Vicky Validakis reports.