Fly in Fly Out,mines No Experience $80,000 jobs in Strathpine QLD

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$70,000 - $90,000 a year
  • Experience (or willingness to learn) geomorphic based designs.
  • Assist with planning for closure and integrated life of mine designs;
Johnathan Thurston Academy
Brisbane QLD
  • Our family-friendly rosters offer a genuine work-life balance and we offer a fly in/fly out experience for our employees, with chartered flights several days a…
Maptek
Brisbane QLD
  • Knowledge of/experience in exploration or mine geology, would be preferred;
  • Maptek™ is the world leader in developing industry-leading software for mine…
Health Workforce Queensland
Brisbane QLD
  • > The ability to work a fly in fly out (two week on - one week off) service delivery roster and stay in the local community (RFDS will provide accommodation).
MECmining
Brisbane QLD
  • You will be required to draw upon your previous experience in mine planning, design and scheduling.
  • Short and medium term mine design.
  • No Australian GP fellowship required*.
  • Primary Care experience essential with experience in rural/remote setting and/or emergency care highly desirable,…
teradigital
Brisbane QLD
  • Experience with Lambda functions (events, classes etc.).
  • Some experience with javaScrit & Node.JS or TypeScript.
  • WHAT'S IN IT FOR YOU.
  • The role is based in regional QLD so the roster would be a 3/1 fly in fly out basis with accommodation being provided by the client.
Challis Recruitment
Brisbane QLD
$147,289 a year
  • All medical seniorities and levels of clinical experience (junior doctors through to Specialists/GPs).
  • Therefore, no matter what you or your colleagues wish to…
Provider Assist
Brisbane QLD
  • A fly in and fly out registered nurse in the Aged Care Industry is a pretty unique role to put on the CV.
  • Travelling to an Aged Care facility, this is likely by…
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