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Jodie Badcock - RESA

South Australia Mining and Energy Jobs Report Vacancy Analysis - August 2017

06 September 2017

Author: Jodie Badcock

During August the number of positions advertised was the highest RESA has recorded since May 2013. Job opportunities have been listed by over 85 individual companies made up of mining companies, recruitment and labour hire companies and METS sector organisations. This represents a very diverse workforce for the sector. Read More >>

Jodie Badcock - RESA

South Australia Mining and Energy Jobs Report Vacancy Analysis - July 2017

07 August 2017

Author: Jodie Badcock

In July 2017, 177 mining and resources advertisements for jobs were placed for roles in South Australia. Following a slight dip in the number of advertisements towards the end of the financial year, the vacancies listed has risen. Read More >>

Stuart Hodge - RESA

Are you swimming in a Blue Ocean?!

20 July 2017

Author: Stuart Hodge

The recent state government announcement that Tesla has been selected to provide battery storage for South Australia has seen a lot of interesting conversations about technology and disruption - par for the course when one of the world’s biggest serial disruptors, Elon Musk, is the one making the announcement. Read More >>

Jodie Badcock - RESA

South Australia Mining and Energy Jobs Report Vacancy Analysis - June 2017

07 July 2017

Author: Jodie Badcock

In June 156 mining and resources advertisements for jobs were placed for roles in South Australia. The results for Quarter 4 2016/17 indicate an overall increase in the number of advertisements for the quarter, following consistent growth over the past 12 months. Read More >>

Jodie Badcock - RESA

South Australia Mining and Energy Jobs Report Vacancy Analysis - May 2017

08 June 2017

Author: Jodie Badcock

Job Ads analysis for 2016-17 indicates that since June, the number of jobs advertised has been growing when indexed in a simple comparison against the corresponding month in the previous year. Twelve months of positive growth provides a leading indicator of employment intentions (labour demand) in the South Australian Mining Industry. Read More >>

Phil de Courcey - RESA

South Australian Resources and Energy Investment Conference 2017

25 May 2017

Author: Phil de Courcey

The South Australian Resources and Energy Investment Conference was held from May 23-24 2017. The conference featured the success stories and emerging players in the State from both minerals and oil and gas and also tackled thorny industry issues such as infrastructure, corporate social responsibility and the future of the Woomera Prohibited Area. Read More >>

Phil de Courcey - RESA

Leading People to Productivity

12 May 2017

Author: Phil de Courcey

What does Leading People to Productivity mean? How do you ‘lead’ to develop productivity, in other words how do you influence team and organizational effectiveness? Read More >>

Jodie Badcock - RESA

South Australia Mining and Energy Jobs Report Vacancy Analysis - April 2017

10 May 2017

Author: Jodie Badcock

During the last eleven month period the number of advertised vacancies has continued to increase and is now at the highest levels since Q2 2014. South Australia has recorded significant growth in jobs advertised, at a rate 131% - 326% of the previous years’ advertisements. Read More >>

Jodie Badcock - RESA

South Australia Mining and Energy Jobs Report Vacancy Analysis - March 2017

18 April 2017

Author: Jodie Badcock

In March 164 mining jobs were advertised for roles in South Australia, resulting in a total of 407 jobs advertised for Q3 2016/17. This is the highest quarter results since Q1 2014/15 and shows a steady improvement, indicating job market growth is continuing. Read More >>

Stuart Hodge - RESA

A Bright Future?

04 April 2017

Author: Stuart Hodge

As we head all-too-rapidly towards the middle of the year, it’s a good time to think about your business strategy for the next financial year. Too often, it’s easy to just say “we’ll keep doing what we’re doing” without evaluating why, and as such we sometimes don’t actually take a good look at which parts of our strategy are the most effective. Read More >>

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