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South Australia Mining and Energy Jobs Report Vacancy Analysis - September 2018

12 October 2018

Author: Jodie Badcock

In September 2018, 269 mining and resources advertisements for jobs were placed for roles in South Australia. Read More >>

Jodie Badcock - RESA

South Australia Mining and Energy Jobs Report Vacancy Analysis - August 2018

10 September 2018

Author: Jodie Badcock

In August 2018, 243 mining and resources advertisements for jobs were placed for roles in South Australia. Read More >>

Jodie Badcock - RESA

South Australia Mining and Energy Jobs Report Vacancy Analysis - July 2018

21 August 2018

Author: Jodie Badcock

In July 2018, 255 mining and resources advertisements for jobs were placed for roles in South Australia. Read More >>

Jodie Badcock - RESA

South Australia Mining and Energy Jobs Report Vacancy Analysis - June 2018

10 July 2018

Author: Jodie Badcock

In June 2018, 238 mining and resources advertisements for jobs were placed for roles in South Australia. Although this is down from the May advertisements there is still substantial growth when compared to June 2017. Read More >>

Jodie Badcock - RESA

South Australia Mining and Energy Jobs Report Vacancy Analysis - May 2018

08 June 2018

Author: Jodie Badcock

In May 2018, 288 mining and resources advertisements for jobs were placed for roles in South Australia. This is the highest result RESA has recorded since beginning to record job vacancy data in 2013. Read More >>

Jodie Badcock - RESA

South Australia Mining and Energy Jobs Report Vacancy Analysis - April 2018

09 May 2018

Author: Jodie Badcock

During April the number of positions advertised saw substantial growth on the vacancies listed in the same period in 2017. This continues consistent growth in employment opportunities in the resources sector since February 2016. In mid-April, Oz Minerals’ contractor EDI Downer listed a large number of vacancies for the Carrapateena project. It is to be expected that there will be more opportunities listed in the near future. Read More >>

Jodie Badcock - RESA

South Australia Mining and Energy Jobs Report Vacancy Analysis - March 2018

05 April 2018

Author: Jodie Badcock

As observed in February there continues to be job advertisements in South Australia for opportunities interstate, particularly in Maintenance / Mechanical and Operator roles, occupations also in high demand in South Australia. This could be early signs of emerging skills shortages in these roles. Read More >>

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South Australia Mining and Energy Jobs Report Vacancy Analysis - February 2018

07 March 2018

Author: Jodie Badcock

In February 2018, 287 mining and resources advertisements for jobs were placed for roles in South Australia, the highest results RESA has recorded since February 2013. This growth has been consistent over the past 24 months and indicates a strong recovery from the downturn and the impact of economic drivers on the resources sector in SA. Read More >>

Phil de Courcey - RESA

Supporting Supply Chain Success in an Improving Resources Sector

20 February 2018

Author: Phil de Courcey

The Australian Resources sectors are amongst the safest and most efficient in the world, and many of the METS companies in its supply chain are competitive regionally, nationally and internationally. The growth of the sector has meant that new opportunities are opening to businesses in civil construction, engineering, technology and other services to become METS companies and prosper on the world stage. Read More >>

Jodie Badcock - RESA

South Australia Mining and Energy Jobs Report Vacancy Analysis - January 2018

06 February 2018

Author: Jodie Badcock

Of note this month is that in addition to the SA vacancies listed a further ten vacancies were listed for job opportunities requiring relocation, in Western Australia, NSW and Queensland. The occupations for interstate jobs included Auto Electricians, Plant Operators and Diesel Fitters. These are occupations already in demand in SA. It is important to consider the impact of skilled South Australian workers being drawn to opportunities interstate in occupations already in demand. Read More >>

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