CareerMine has launched two new products to assist job seekers find their next job in mining.
Be found and find your next job with a CareerMine JobMiner Plus package – 6 month Featured Resume on CareerMine, plus unlimited access to all jobs for a 6 month period. To find out more, please email us here.
Make sure your resume gets read – CareerMine now also offers resume writing services to job seekers to ensure you resume is professionally presented with all the right information. Contact us here to enquire
We have a range of packages for companies hiring in the mining industry, that can be tailored to meet specific needs. Below is an example of our Annual Tier 1 package:
We also can tailor packages just for job postings and resume database access. For more information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
In our quest to continually improve our information and services to the mining industry worldwide, CareerMine invites you to participate in the 2013 Mining Industry Salary Survey.
By completing the survey, you will assist CareerMine in gauging the compensation of mining industry professionals around the world. We will send you a free salary insight once the survey has been completed.
CostMine is conducting its 2013 Canadian Mine Compensation Survey. Our 2012 Canadian Mine Salaries, Wages & Benefits report included compensation practices at 56 mines in 9 provinces plus salaries for 45 mines. And after numerous requests, CostMine is once again conducting the survey of international exploration. This survey was last conducted in 2011 and included 129 exploration offices in 38 countries. With your help, we hope to provide even broader coverage this year.
All participants receive a free executive summary of the results and a substantial discount on the final report. There is no charge for participating. Here is your opportunity to keep abreast of the wages, benefits, and bonuses other companies are offering their professionals.
To participate, contact Krista Noyes Salzer to request a survey form or call +1 (509) 328-8023 for more information.
Initial findings from our ongoing salary survey suggest that the average salary for those working in the resources and mining sector is US$124,229. Is this an accurate average salary for the industry? Let us know by taking part in the Global Salary Survey which is being compiled by Hays Resources & Mining and InfoMine. The survey should only take 10 – 15 minutes to complete, and we will send you a free copy of the salary guide upon its release in the new year. Take the survey here!
Hays Resources & Mining and global mining portal InfoMine will combine their resources to establish the inaugural salary guide in 2013, which will then become an annual publication.
The salary guide gathers information on many disciplines in over 50 countries, with the scope of data gathered offering hiring managers and professionals important insights into the way the industry is heading.
Survey participants will receive a free copy of the Salary Guide and also have the opportunity to win one of two $200 Amazon vouchers. Hays Resources & Mining and InfoMine have already started to compile the data – the deadline to participate in the survey is December 2012.
Pre-register to be one of the first to receive a copy of the Salary Guige – and a chance to win a prize – by taking the survey now!
Cost Estimating for Mining Prefeasibility Studies will prepare participants to perform a mining cost estimate and evaluate or utilize the results of an estimate. An efficient procedure for estimating costs using basic engineering principles will be emphasized, using a capital and operating cost estimate for a surface mine as an example to demonstrate how the procedure is applied.
Mineral Resource Estimation will consider the detailed methodology of various resource/reserve estimation methods that are in common use in the Mining Industry, with emphasis on general procedures, inherent assumptions, and advantages and limitations of each of the principal methods.
For more information or to register, click on the course title, or email email@example.com.
Did you know that Western African mining expat salaries are higher than those in the rest of Africa? How do South African mining salaries compare with those of other African countries? What were the hot mining labour topics in the news in 2012? For USD 945 + shipping you will know – purchase the African Mine Salaries, Wages, and Benefits report 2012!
Contact our office in Johannesburg, RSA firstname.lastname@example.org or Spokane, Washington, USA email@example.com or go to www.costmine.com for more information.
InfoMine is pleased to announce the launch of the CareerMiner, a blog dedicated to recruitment, human resources and job seeking in the mining industry.
Are you getting the biggest bang possible from your online resume? Are Australian miners really making more than their counterparts elsewhere in the world? How can you tell the difference between a legitimate recruiter and an online scammer? What questions should you be asking employers in a job interview? These are just some of the topics surrounding mining industry employment and job hunting that you’ll already find in the CareerMiner.
So head on over to the CareerMiner and check out what we have to offer. We’re looking forward to what you have to say in the comments, and we welcome suggestions about topics you’d like to see covered!