Graduates will get the opportunity to develop technical skills and knowledge of the various business functions, and gain exposure to either underground or open cut mining in the Narrabri & Gunnedah areas in North West New South Wales, and often rotate between different mine sites, depending on business needs and current projects.
“It’s a great culture to work in. Everybody is approachable and prepared to help,” said Oliver Matthews, a first-year Graduate Mechanical Engineer at Narrabri underground mine.
Applications are open until April.
Image courtesy of Whitehaven Coal
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcoal.com/coal/26022019/applications-open-for-whitehavens-2020-graduate-intake/
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