WHAT WE DO
D-MAC Mining empowers your business by enabling your workforce. We connect you with skilled mining and civil professionals on a permanent, contract project or labour-hire basis, including outsourced professionals, in case of sudden changes in your work requirements.
Labour Hire. Get the workers you need without overwhelming your HR. Our team will provide you with skilled workers such as drillers, heavy machinery operators, electricians, labourers and truck drivers.
Complete your business’s dream team with D-Mac Mining. Get in touch with us today.
Industries like mining require specialist skills, professions and trades. We make sure we hire candidates that genuinely understand the industry — someone who possesses in-depth mining experience and knowledge.
We sustain safe working environments to have a positive impact on your business, the people we hire and the communities we work with. We promote safe mining operations to create a balance between opening more opportunities for our clients and supporting our local communities.
Any mining job using electrical equipment increases the worker’s risk for injury, damage and even fatality. We reduce the likelihood of these situations by helping our clients handle electrical systems in the mines, as well as offer recommendations on equipment emergencies/damage.
Job Vacancies in WA
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Supervisors possess administrative responsibilities for an excavation or mining site and must ensure that operations are optimized to achieve maximum efficiency while maintaining safety standards. They are Section 44 appointed, and often work with upper-level executives and general managers to establish targets for mineral extraction value.
All-Rounder Plant Operator
Plant operators are responsible for the operations of different aspects of plant in the mining and civil industries, as well as the monitoring and maintenance of process control equipment, including packaging valving and engineering. These operators are qualified and experienced across an array of plant, including Excavators, Loaders, Dozers, Graders, and Trucks.
Superintendents possess administrative responsibilities for an excavation or mining site and must ensure that operations are optimized to achieve maximum efficiency while maintaining safety standards. They often work with upper-level executives and general managers to establish targets for mineral extraction value.
Jumbo operators are responsible for procuring and transporting tools, materials, equipment and blasting accessories and agents. They must also inspect and scale materials and equipment to achieve control of the ground. Finally, they also check the condition of work areas and travel ways, as well as correct any unsafe condition.
A bogger operator’s primary responsibility is to water down and bog the development of stockpiles and headings together with teleremoting, the loading of trucks and ongoing road maintenance. They must also provide accurate and reliable practical and operational mining knowledge to minimise any potential loss of production and downtime.
Plant operators are responsible for the operations of different aspects of the plant, as well as the monitoring and maintenance of process control equipment, including packaging valving and engineering.
Nippers are responsible for working with underground drillers and partaking in ad-hoc tasks such as pick up and transport mining equipment and deliveries within the underground mine.
Drivers are responsible for transporting raw materials and mining goods to and from manufacturing plants and mining grounds. They must also inspect vehicles for safety issues and mechanical items, as well as perform preventative maintenance.