Mining resumes & why they're important.

Trying to get a job in mining? It can be confusing, and the industry is changing all the time.

Why is it so hard to get into mining?

Unskilled and skilled mining jobs used to be a lot easier to get into.

But word has spread about the high salaries, and people have flocked from Australia and overseas, making it extremely competitive.

However, a professionally written resume can really help you get your first break into mining.

Make no mistake – your resume does matter for the mining industry

The majority of large mining companies and recruitment agencies will only look at an application if it comes with a good resume and cover letter.

For many trade roles outside of mining, you wouldn’t need to be so formal.

However, because of the sheer number of people trying to get into mining, applications have become a lot stricter.

How we can help you

We’ve worked with a wide range of people in mining, and hundreds of people looking to break in for the first time.

We’ve helped applicants with backgrounds in trade, HR, administration, safety, operational management, camp management, engineering and senior management.

We know how to best present your trade or professional experience for the mining industry. We understand the need to be concise, but well presented.
And we understand it can be frustrating!

But we’re here to help you with your first important step – your mining resume.

by Edward Grant

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