We have the unique ability to source, recruit, mobilise, manage and develop a diverse and ‘work-ready’ workforce from the largest contingent labour pool in Australia.
This, coupled with our specialist asset management services to both upstream and downstream operations – including industrial maintenance and repair, shutdowns and capital works and project management – means we can be your one-stop shop helping you deliver operational efficiencies.
And for peace of mind, safety is at the forefront of everything we do, which means our employees proactively contribute to safer workplaces.
With hundreds of mining roles available in the Hunter and Gunnedah regions, we’re seeking experienced, semi-skilled, and entry-level operators to join our team.Apply now
If you’re requiring services in the mining, oil & gas industries, Programmed can deliver. Enjoy the power of a job done right.Get in touch
As a leading provider of staffing services to the mining sector in Australia, we provide around 3.5 million hours of labour each year.
We have invested in our recruitment processes to make sure we find you the right person for the job. We support our customers in areas such as safety and diversity employment programs.
We understand the needs of the mining industry and how to meet them. As sector specialists, we:
- Have proven ability to perform to the highest safety standards in challenging mining environments
- Understand the complexity and physical requirements of mining jobs
- Use exclusive flexibility screening processes to identify workers at risk of injury
- Support workers in FIFO and DIDO arrangements
- Maintain regular on-site presence and knowledge of site requirements
- Experienced and Trainee Dump Truck Operators
- Grader, Loader, Dozer & Water Cart Operators
- Excavator and Dragline Operators
- Shot firers and Bench hands
- Open cut examiners
- Stores & Admin
- HD Fitters
- HV Electricians
- Auto Electricians
- Fixed Plant Personnel
- Drill and Blast Personnel
- Mine Services
- Geology support
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