National Pump and energy
HomeMining Industry News Arrium recruits new apprentices

Arrium recruits new apprentices

Monday 10th of April 2017 10:10:36 AM



Arrium is continuing to create positions for local job seekers, this time recruiting 15 local youth to its apprenticeship program.

According to Executive General Manager Whyalla Steelworks, Theuns Victor, the apprentices have been recruited across both the Mining and Whyalla Steelworks businesses, incorporating fabricators, fitters and electricians.



Read Full Story Here

Recent Related News

Arrium recruits new apprentices

Monday 10th of April 2017 10:10:36 AM

Arrium is continuing to create positions for local job seekers, this time recruiting 15 local youth to its apprenticeship program. According to Executive General Manager Whyalla Steelworks, Theuns Victor, the apprentices have been recruited across both the Mining and Whyalla Steelworks ....


Arrium award $720m mining contract

Thursday 23rd of March 2017 10:18:00 AM

Leading Australian mining and construction firm BGC Contracting has been awarded a new five?year contract by the Administrators of Arrium at its Iron Knob and South Middleback Ranges iron ore projects in South Australia. Read Full Story Here


Rail delivered for Tarcoola upgrade

Monday 13th of March 2017 10:19:58 AM

The first 10,000 tonnes of rail track made of Arrium steel has been delivered to outback South-Australian locations in preparation for laying down new track for the Adelaide-Tarcoola Rail Upgrade. Read Full Story Here


Arrium are offering apprenticeships

Friday 16th of December 2016 10:37:08 AM

Arrium has announced that it will be recruiting between 10 to 15 apprentices at both its steel and mining businesses, despite having a difficult year. Fabricators, fitters and electricians will be incorporated as the apprentices will be recruited across the business. According to an ....


Less than five possible bidders for miner Arrium

Monday 7th of November 2016 11:32:11 AM

There are less than five possible bidders for Arrium as stated by Kordamentha, the administrators. A handful of local and overseas firms have been shortlisted to buy Arrium with hopes to finalise the sale by the end of January next year. Arrium announced on Saturday it will sell its metal ....


Y Fronts teaser banner MiningLink prefered resume writers Civil Link Banner
Leading Hand Shot Firer
Downer Blasting Services are seeking applications from experienced Leading Hand Shot Firers in Blackwater on a lifestyle roster with camp accommodation.

Loader Operator
Downer EDI Mining are currently seeking an experienced Loader Operator to join the Train Load out team at Karara

Auto Electrician
Downer EDi Mining is currently seeking expressions of interest from motivated and safety oriented Auto Electricians for an immediate start paying excellent $$$$

Drill Fitter
Downer EDI Mining is currently seeking experienced Drill Fitters to join the team at Karara

Underground Fitters Grosvenor
Inducted Underground Fitters

Copper Hits Week High On Risk Appetite
Copper hit a week high on Tuesday as risk appetite continued to strengthen following centrist Emmanuel Macron's victory in the first round of the French presidential election on Sunday, though gains ....

Gold Price Drops As Emmanuel Macron Shapes Up To Win French Presidential Election
The price of gold has dropped to a seven-week low after the first round of the French presidential election. It fell to $US1,264 ($AU1,673) per ounce before rebounding to $US1,275. Read ....

Still Reeling From Faded Boom, WA's Economy Worst In Australia, Report Shows
Western Australia has come last again in a quarterly report comparing Australia's state economies, lagging behind on all growth indicators as the end of the mining boom continues to hurt. Read ....

SA Power: Mining Royalties Tumble After Statewide Blackout
The statewide blackout that hit South Australia last September is likely to have an impact on this year's state budget, Treasury has said. Read Full Story Here

Regional Cities Show Resilience After Mining Boom Goes Bust, Productivity Commission Report Says
Benefits from the mining boom are still being felt in regional areas despite the prolonged downturn, according to a report from the Productivity Commission. Read Full Story Here

iComplii