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Minerals Processing Engineer
 
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Minerals process engineers transform low value, impure raw materials into commercially valuable products. The main sources of these raw materials are low grade minerals, by-products of other processing operations and recycled materials. Minerals process engineers are employed in all stages of raw materials processing.
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Minerals and Energy Industry
 
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Western Australia has one of the most productive, diversified and responsible mineral and energy sectors in the world. The State hosts over 500 operating locations, commercially producing over 50 different commodities. The sector has expanded across iron ore, alumina, gold, and nickel commodities and witnessed the development of other base metals, diamonds, mineral sands and petroleum products. Our resources driven economy has already fuelled the creation of thousands of jobs; contributed to the development of an educated and skilled Western Australian workforce; led to the development of infrastructure and promoted investment, especially in regional and remote parts of Western Australia.
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Laboratory Technician
 
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Laboratory workers assist scientists in the physical, chemical, biological or life sciences by collecting and preparing samples, carrying out experiments, making measurements with scientific equipment, recording results and presenting results for critical analysis.
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Geology Student
 
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Geologists study the nature, composition and structure of the earth to increase scientific knowledge. They locate materials and minerals, and advise on the extraction of minerals, environmental protection and rehabilitation of land after mining.
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Metallurgist (Minerals Processing)
 
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Metallurgists research, control and develop processes used in extracting metals from their ores or for refining metals. Metallurgists work at mineral processing sites and may specialise in either primary (extractive) or secondary (physical) metallurgy. Primary metallurgists are most often employed by the minerals and energy industry.
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Mining Engineering Student
 
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Mining engineers plan and direct the engineering aspects of extracting minerals from the earth.
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Grader Operator
 
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Grader operators are responsible for the safe and efficient operation of graders to spread and level materials on site.
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Scheduling Officer Mine Shift Manager
 
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A mine shift manager regularly inspects mine sites, both above and below ground, makes sure that roadways are in safe condition , supervises shotfiring, conducts tests to detect the presence of gas, and makes sure underground ventilation is adequate, makes sure mine personnel know and comply with safety regulations and emergency procedures for electrical and mechanical equipment, the storage and use of explosives and the support structure of the mine.
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Human Resources Officer
 
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Human Resource Officers provide employment and personnel administration services within an organisation.
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Trainee Operator
 
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Heavy machinery operators use heavy vehicles to transport goods and materials from one area to another.
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Geologist
 
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Geologists study the nature, composition and structure of the earth to increase scientific knowledge. They locate materials and minerals, and advise on the extraction of minerals, environmental protection and rehabilitation of land after mining.
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Geologist
 
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Geologists study the nature, composition and structure of the earth to increase scientific knowledge. They locate materials and minerals, and advise on the extraction of minerals, environmental protection and rehabilitation of land after mining.
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Community Liaison Officer
 
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Community Relations professionals manage the relationship between industry, governments and local communities to establish and maintain harmonious relationships between stakeholders. The role can involve preparing submissions and reports, developing community programs and policies and encouraging community involvement in pertinent environmental, cultural and health issues.
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Mining Engineering Student
 
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Mining engineers plan and direct the engineering aspects of extracting mineral resources from the earth.
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Metallurgy Student
 
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Metallurgists research, control and develop processes used in extracting metals from their ores or for refining metals. Metallurgists work at mineral processing sites and may specialise in either primary (extractive) or secondary (physical) metallurgy. Primary metallurgists are most often employed by the minerals and energy industry.
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Rock Mechanics Engineer
 
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Geological engineers identify and try to solve problems involving soil, rock and groundwater, and design structures in and below the ground, using the principles of earth science.
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Mining Careers - Expanding Horizons
 
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http://www.peopleforthefuture.com.au Mining Careers. Chamber of Minerals and Energy's flagship publication Expanding Horizons 2007 showcases the resources sector as an industry of the future, through a focus on the science, technology, research and development which contributes to the sector's global competitiveness and dramatic growth.
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Plant & Machinery Operations
 
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The skills required for Plant and Machinery Operations occupations in the minerals and energy industry are usually gained by experience in other related positions or through training programs conducted by individual companies, training providers or courses at TAFEWA. The mines Safety and Inspections Regulations of 1995, which govern the mining industry in Western Australia, require an individual to be 18 years of age to be employed in an underground mine. Also a number of occupations require a current license: for example, a truck driver must hold the appropriate license. The operation of individual plant and machinery items requires appropriate certification, provided as on-the-job training. This equips operators with a range of skills and opportunities to develop a career pathway into positions reflecting skill, experience, leadership and responsibility.
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Specialist Safety Advisor
 
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Occupational Safety and Health Officers coordinate an enterprise's safety and health program and provide advice on accident prevention and occupational health to all levels of management and employees.
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Mining Engineering Student
 
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Mining engineers plan and direct the engineering aspects of extracting minerals from the earth.
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Mining Engineer
 
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Mining engineers plan and direct the engineering aspects of extracting minerals from the earth.
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Mining Engineering Student
 
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Mining engineers plan and direct the engineering aspects of extracting minerals from the earth.
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Mining Engineering Student
 
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Mining engineers plan and direct the engineering aspects of extracting minerals from the earth.
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Geophysicist
 
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Geophysicists study the structure and composition of zones below the surface of the earth by taking measurements with techniques such as seismic, gravity, magnetic and electrical methods.
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Legal Council
 
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A lawyer provides advice to clients on a variety of matter and may write and submit documents on their behalf as well as represent them in court or at tribunal hearings. They may specialise in such areas as litigation, family law, criminal law, probate, property, commercial law, personal injury and worker compensation.
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Careers in Mining - People for the Fture
 
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http://www.peopleforthefuture.com.au Careers in Mining. Discovering how to secure a job in the resources sector neednt be a challenge, thanks to the new Chamber of Minerals and Energy WA (CME) careers website www.peopleforthefuture.com.au. The new site had been designed for people to explore the range of employment possibilities in the resources sector and the skills and qualifications required for specific roles. Users can utilise the Career Finder to select jobs of interest and discover the range of duties performed, skills required and career pathways available for each role. The site also provides details on where to acquire the necessary qualifications for selected jobs, including links to education and training providers. There are pathways into the sector for all job seekers school leavers, graduates, skilled migrants, and people returning to the workforce or who are just looking for a career change. The site provides links to CME member companies websites and recruitment portals so you can view up to date positions within operating resources companies. Users can also find out about graduate programs and traineeships available within member companies. There has never been a better time to explore career opportunities in the resources sector. High growth in the demand for minerals, petroleum and gas has translated into high demand for talented and enthusiastic individuals to join the ranks of one of the most dynamic industries in the world.
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Training Officer
 
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Training officers plan, develop, implement, and evaluate training and development programs in organisations.
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Career in the Minerals and Energy Industry
 
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The Western Australian minerals and energy industry offers a broad range of opportunities for young people. It is a socially proactive, dynamic and diverse industry that employs thousands of Western Australians. It provides people with rewarding career pathways that may begin in Western Australia and evolve into the international arena. It is an industry of responsible practice, comprised of committed and passionate people who make substantial contributions to the way we are living our lives today and how we will live in the future.
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Mining Engineering Student
 
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Mining engineers plan and direct the engineering aspects of extracting minerals from the earth.
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Environmental Worker
 
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Environmental engineers are concerned with assessing and managing the effects of human activity on the natural and built environments. They apply their engineering knowledge to environmental impact assessment, natural resource management, pollution control and minimisation of impact of waste.
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Processing Engineer
 
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Minerals process engineers transform low value impure minerals, recycled materials and by-products of other processing operations into commercially valuable products. Minerals process engineers may be employed in process design, development, control and management.
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Mining Engineering Student
 
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Mining engineers plan and direct the engineering aspects of extracting minerals from the earth.
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Metallurgy Student
 
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Metallurgists research, control and develop processes used in extracting metals from their ores or for refining metals. Metallurgists work at mineral processing sites and may specialise in either primary (extractive) or secondary (physical) metallurgy. Primary metallurgists are most often employed by the minerals and energy industry.
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Mining Engineer
 
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Mining engineers plan and direct the engineering aspects of extracting minerals from the earth.
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Engineering & Science
 
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The minerals and energy industry employs a significant number of engineering and science professionals. Students intending to pursue careers in science and engineering are required to have a good understanding of mathematics, chemistry and physics. To study for engineering and science tertiary qualifications, year 12 students are expected to attain a high academic standard in order to be competitive for tertiary admission.
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Process Engineer
 
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Minerals process engineers transform low value, impure raw materials into commercially valuable products. The main sources of these raw materials are low grade minerals, by-products of other processing operations and recycled materials. Minerals process engineers are employed in all stages of raw materials processing.
Views: 3176 peopleforthefuture
Geologist
 
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Geologists study the nature, composition and structure of the earth to increase scientific knowledge. They locate materials and minerals, and advise on the extraction of minerals, environmental protection and rehabilitation of land after mining.
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Geology Student
 
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Geologists study the nature, composition and structure of the earth to increase scientific knowledge. They locate materials and minerals, and advise on the extraction of minerals, environmental protection and rehabilitation of land after mining.
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Trades
 
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People with engineering, mechanical, electrical and construction trades are employed within the minerals and energy industry. Entry to trade occupations requires completion of an apprenticeship. Prospective apprentices enter into an agreement with an employer to be trained over a fixed period of time (usually 4 years), while working for that employer.
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Geology Student
 
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Geologists study the nature, composition and structure of the earth to increase scientific knowledge. They locate materials and minerals, and advise on the extraction of minerals, environmental protection and rehabilitation of land after mining.
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Surveyor
 
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Mine surveyors measure underground and open cut mine workings in full detail.
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Mining Engineering Student
 
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Mining engineers plan and direct the engineering aspects of extracting minerals from the earth.
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Imagine The Future
 
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Imagine living in a state that is known throughout the world as a centre of expertise for the mineral and hydrocarbon industries, for innovation, knowledge and learning across the scientific and technical disciplines, and as a place where scientists and professionals of all disciplines work collaboratively together to make resources extraction and use a more environmentally friendly, efficient and safe business. For this is Western Australia. A state that continues to yeild generous wealth based on the production and export of oil and gas, iron ore, alumina, gold, nickel and a wide range of other commodities. a state that still has over $80 billion in resources projects planned or underway.
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Technical
 
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Most technical occupations require students to complete an appropriate course of study at a TAFEWA institution or other training provider. While the minimum entry requirement for some courses is completion of Year 10 level, students are advised to continue to study at Year 11 or 12 level to be competitive for course entry. Some technical occupations may require further tertiary qualifications. Many of the Technical occupations outlined can be viewed as positions which support and assist the scientific and engineering aspects of the minerals and energy industry. A satisfactory background in mathematics and science subjects to at least Year 10 level, and Year 12 where appropriate, is recommended.
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Expanding Horizons 2005
 
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The Western Australian resources sector is thriving. There is a real sense of urgency and excitement in the industry. By 2015, unprecedented international demand is predicted to increase resources sector sales by 50-75 per cent. But how does it happen? Who are the people that make it happen? What is the most exciting aspect of their job? Let's follow them and find out. Maybe you want to be one of them.
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Secretary
 
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Office administrators undertake a range of functions to enable the administrative side of a business to run smoothly. They may be responsible for or assist in human resource, budget, accommodation, property and facility management. These functions can be performed at various levels ranging from junior through to upper management.
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Expanding Horizons 2006
 
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A day in the life of the Western Australian resources sector
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Administration & Support
 
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These occupations provide business, administrative and support services to the minerals and energy industry. Because industry operations are often located in remote regions of the State, it is often necessary for resources companies to provide infrastructure and services to support regional and remote communities. For example, a company may build, operate and maintain its own workers' camps, site facilities, railways, ports and even towns. Occupations in this area are diverse and range from catering and cleaning staff, groundskeepers, electricians and plumbers, to business managers, human resource officers, secretaries and accountants. This results in a wide range of occupations with a number of different qualification and experiential levels. Business administrative and support services jobs are also integral to the companies' head offices, often located in the capital city or major regional towns. Some of these job opportunities require tertiary or TAFEWA qualifications while other occupations require minimal experience and would develop following on-the-job training.
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